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Great news that Franklin Graham is coming to the UK and here in Glasgow on the 30th May 2020 at the SSE Hydro. More in for here https://grahamtouruk.billygraham.org/
There was a Prayer Gathering at the SECC on Saturday but I fell unwell with Labyrinthitis on Friday and I am still bedbound and not allowed to drive. This is the first day I can look at a computer screen.
But something more exciting is happening other than me being ill, is that the Gospel message is going to be preached around the UK with the Franklin Graham Tour.
Although I am not keen on aspect of easy-decisionism at the end of the meetings with the altar-call, but it is a good thing to keep in touch and help discipleship the folk that have taken an interest. I have met genuine Christians who have been converted through Franklins father Billy and they have a love for Jesus and a hunger for the Word of God.
I get the Heebie-jeebies about the ecumenical aspect of it, but I know and have met genuine Christians from the Charismatic or Church of Rome churches, I feel they are confused but they love Jesus. I see that Franklin and the Graham family are Evangelists and not Pastors or theologians like in Ephesians 4:11 And he gave some, apostles; and some, prophets; and some, evangelists; and some, pastors and teachers; But he is like Philip the evangelist in Acts 21 where he can share the Gospel to any person who are not saved or trapped in grounded in false teaching churches.
It going to be great having people convicted of their sins through the easy to understand Biblical preaching from Franklin. I pray people watching will repent and turn from their sin and come to know Jesus as their personal Saviour.
Also with the preaching Planetshakers and Michael W. Smith will be doing the worship.
The impending crisis that the swirling vortex of signs and events is pressing upon this world brings to mind that song of Johnny Cash titled, “Five Feet and Rising,” where he progresses through the song’s narrative of flood waters overwhelming his family’s farm. 
Not only does it identify with all the turbulent storms and flooding in recent months, but it resonates with the flooding of crime, murders, rioting, sexual assaults and social immorality. Not a pretty sight, for sure! One of the prophecies proves my point, however, according to 2 Timothy 3:1-5:
I’m convinced most Christians don’t have a very good understanding of how God sees us. I’m not surprised about this because it’s really hard to for us to comprehend. God sees us so differently from the way we see ourselves and the way others see us, that there’s really no comparison. It’s like He and we are looking at two different people. And in a way that’s true because we can only see ourselves from our past experience, but He has chosen to see us now as we will be in the future when we’re with Him forever. So let’s set aside how we see ourselves for a moment and take a look at five things the Bible says about how God sees us.
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