The Reason for My Hope Paperback
by Billy Graham;
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The Reason for My Hope
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The American Evangelist to the world asks one question throughout his latest book - why would anyone refuse to be rescued? In the face of death, who wouldn't jump at the offer of a helping hand, a bullet proof shield, or a parachute. Yet many, surprisingly, refuse to be rescued from sin... but why?
As Billy explores this puzzling question, he tells true stories that evoke a personal through process would I ask for help, would I do something different, or would I say no thanks? These musings then flow into the more transcendent and fundamental questions that looms over every soul. With Bill Graham's thought-provoking book, every reader will discover the reason for his hope in Jesus.
After 70 years of illustrious ministry, Billy Graham is still making an important contribution to the churchs mission. The Billy Graham Evangelistic Association have made plans to run a nationwide campaign alongside this hard-hitting book, asking people to open their doors to their neighbourhood and host a customised video message alongside Billy Graham's message.
The Reason for My Hope by Billy Graham was published by Thomas Nelson in June 2015 and is our 15433rd best seller. The ISBN for The Reason for My Hope is 9780529105448.
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Details for The Reason for My Hope
|Page last updated||23rd January 2016|
|Author / Artist||Billy Graham|
|Book Format||Paperback / softback|
|Items in Pack||36|
|Publisher||Thomas Nelson (June 2015)|
|Number of Pages||224|