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Billy Graham Going to Heaven?

Updated on December 13, 2013
Billy Graham, using a fist-on-chest Freemason sign.
Billy Graham, using a fist-on-chest Freemason sign.

Graham Hospitalized with Pneumonia, Plagued by Ailments

Billy Graham went to the hospital today in Asheville, North Carolina. (Atlanta Journal Constitution) This is the second time Graham has gone to the hospital for pneumonia.

Other Maladies

Billy Graham also suffers from prostate cancer, macular degeneration, and some other illnesses. He is holding fast to a hope of Heaven.

Update (December 12, 2013): Will Graham, grandson of Billy Graham, has reported his grandfather may be dying soon.

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Billy Graham History

Born November 7, 1918, Mr. Graham is now 95. He preached for nearly 60 years and published 50 books during his career.

Graham served famous men. These men included presidents. Graham attended the inaugurations of Dwight D. Eisenhower, Lyndon B. Johnson, Richard M. Nixon, Ronald Reagan, George H.W. Bush, and William J. Clinton. Graham did not attend the inauguration of George Bush, Jr., #42.

Billy Graham got his big boost not from a miraculously filled stadium in Africa, as did evangelist Reinhard Bonnke. Instead, Graham got his big break from a man. William Randolph Hearst opened Graham’s career when he told the editors of Hearst’s national newspaper monopoly to “puff Graham.” For those unfamiliar with the term, “puffery” is an advertisement term which refers to promotion beyond the boundaries of truth.

“Graham’s breakthrough Crusade came in 1949 in Los Angeles, center of the entertainment world. William Randolph Hearst, the publisher of several major newspapers, gave instructions to his editors: “Puff Graham”. Given extensive news coverage, the Crusades drew increasing audiences.” -

Many debate the reason that Hearst, member of a global elite family, would promote a Christian preacher. Those debaters never seem to mention that Billy Graham is a 33rd degree mason ( Part of the agenda of Masons (read: Satanists) is to control all major positions of power. My personal theory is that Hearst either met Graham at a secret meeting of the lodge, or an associate of Hearst met Graham, and the decision was made that Graham would get the job done for them in the Christianity leadership position.

At that time, Graham was leading the Youth for Christ movement. It could be that the Satanists also wanted to get control of that. If Graham were redirected to a national call, the youth movement could be more easily redirected or halted. This is one tactic the Satanists use: move effective leaders into other billets. This does not make sense in the case of Graham, who led many crusades.

Graham and President Truman, both using a Freemason handshake, and Graham again with the hand on chest to show he is a Mason.
Graham and President Truman, both using a Freemason handshake, and Graham again with the hand on chest to show he is a Mason.

Billy Graham Enemies

One of Graham’s earliest enemies was President Truman. After a meeting with Truman, Graham and three associates kneeled on the White House lawn in front of the Associated Press. In an interview, Graham openly shared what Truman had considered private. Truman was angered. He called Graham a “counterfeit” and a “publicity seeker.” Truman once said of Graham, “I just don’t go for people like that. All he’s interested in is getting his name in the paper.”

Bob Jones III, in a November, 1993 issue of Time magazine said Billy Graham “Has done more to harm the cause of Christ than any other living man.” Bob Jones is president of Bob Jones University.


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      Andrew 5 years ago

      I don't think it likely that Billy Graham is a freemason. The correspondence reported by this website provides adequate evidence from my perspective:

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      Man from Modesto 6 years ago from Kiev, Ukraine (formerly Modesto, California)


      I feel you are genuinely a brother in Christ. I don't doubt that. I have responded to your second comment with a hub:

      I hope you will receive it as an encouragement, not as an argument. Peace.

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      olodarkwriter 6 years ago from Arkansas

      Probably we should be more concerned about our own destinations than Billy Graham's. I find it remarkable that anyone would accuse him of being financed by satanists, as such could not confess that Jesus came in the flesh. Now Hugh Hefner, Obama, Steven Hawking, Madalyn Murray O'Hare, many others that do not preach the gospel I could believe it.

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      Pedro Morales 6 years ago

      I have to admit that you sincerely believe what you talk about.

      As I understand it, the Will of God as taught by Jesus is that Christians love EVERYONE and pray for EVERYONE, and under no circumstances hate anyone. When we do that then we belong to Jesus' family. But maybe I am wrong. I have been so often.

      I did check the link. I disagree with what is in there. And let me tell you I am not a fan of Mr. Graham.

      Nevertheless, God Bless.

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      Man from Modesto 6 years ago from Kiev, Ukraine (formerly Modesto, California)


      Thank you for your comment. I do not disagree with anything you have written. Except perhaps, the definition of "brothers and sisters". This is defined by Jesus as "For whosoever shall do the will of God, the same is my brother, and my sister, and mother" (Mark 3:35).

      I have no intention to myself condemn Graham, or any other person to any outcome or punishment. My intention in this article is to draw the attention of people who have no idea at all that great deceivers walk the earth as leaders of the Christian movement.

      Though the Bible warns us that demons will make themselves into ministers and that wolves will creep in unaware, the Body at large does not ask, "Where are they?"

      The enemy of our souls is coordinated, meticulous, and dedicated. The World Council of Churches, which establishes doctrines and teachings for hundreds of thousands of churches in the U.S. is said to be a Satanic creation. Billy Graham supports that agency.

      Here is an interesting blog post on Graham's works and associations:

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      Pedro Morales 6 years ago

      I second Lone77star comments. We should be very careful judging people. Billy Graham believed he was preaching the word of God. And his preaching helped many thousands to return to Christianity.

      Did he had the faith that is required for salvation? Certainly even doing mighty works is not enough to merit salvation. Jesus said it in the Bible that even people that did mighty works in his name he will tell them to go away. Jesus demands something more. But what is it? If someone who heals others, evangelizes thousands, and does 'mighty works' will not be saved, then who?

      What is the standard of judgment?

      But Lone77star said something more. Love him despite his flaws. The definition of a Christian whatever denomination is nothing without including love of others. That is one of the pillars of Christianity, love of neighbors and love of even enemies.

      If Billy Graham was a satanist as you allege, then his destiny is deplorable. I cannot believe he was anything of that nature. Anyway a person going to 'hell' is nothing that anyone,particularly Christians, should feel good about. Jesus teaches that the angels and God get more joy from saving someone that from those already saved.

      Jesus said that we can judge but it has to be a 'right' judgment. But are we certain we can do that? Certainly, we cannot base our judgments of others upon allegations or suppositions. We cannot be Christians who rejoice over the misfortunes of Christians of other denominations. They are our brothers and sisters, not members of 'sects' or 'cults, or 'less biblical denominations.' If we do not love one another, including loving our enemies we cannot love God. That is what I understand as biblical teaching.

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      Man from Modesto 6 years ago from Kiev, Ukraine (formerly Modesto, California)


      Some of the articles I read yesterday about Billy Graham were far more condemning than the links I posted. However, the Holy Spirit told me to remove the one link I originally added. Likely, some of the most extreme accusations are exaggerated.

      However, today, any man who is promoted by the enclave of evil men who own and/or run the major newspapers (& most of the small ones); the textbook publishing houses (99%); the radio and television outlets (90% +?)... Such a man promoted by them is created by them and able to be destroyed by them.

      My understanding is, that when a person rises up to a place of great success or influence or power, he receives a recruiting visit. The offer is, at least at the international level, "Join us or die."

      So, if you will accept these premises, one must carefully consider how Billy Graham did all the things he did. Of course, God can very well protect whomsoever He chooses. Personally, I do not believe that is the case with Graham. There are too many testimonies from people reporting that he was financed by Hearst, Rockefellers, and other known Illuminati/satanists.

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      Rod Martin Jr 6 years ago from Cebu, Philippines

      Naturally, it's not for us to judge the man or his soul. All we can do is pray for him and love him despite his flaws.

      Perhaps in a way, he helped bring about the end times we are now living. If he did it in selfishness, as Truman seemed to suggest, then he will have to answer for it. If he already has and has found peace with God, then all the better for it.

      May God give us all His blessings and may we come to know His wisdom.

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      Brenda Durham 6 years ago

      Well. Hmm. I may check out some of those links.

      But I will say this---every sermon I ever heard from Billy Graham was spot-on Biblical and filled with the simple Truth plus an invitation to accept Jesus as Savior.