Published November 1992
by Cornell University Press .
Written in English
|Contributions||Richard Landes (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||384|
Billy Graham wrote Peace with God: The Secret of Happiness in , a time that is often remembered today for its innocence and simplicity. Yet Graham's book, which is essentially an explanation of Christian grace, reminds readers that the stress and anxiety we face today are abiding aspects of the human condition, as challenging in the 21st century as they were in the Eisenhower era/5(). The Peace of God can be looked at as a “preparedness” in the sense that we are warned of these last days we are in—that wars and rumors of wars can cause us to be troubled in Matt. Fears, regrets and worry can all equate to these troubling conditions that Christ warns us : Jim Rannells. Read the full-text online edition of Peace with God (). I am convinced that there is a great hunger of mind and thirst of soul on the part of the average man for peace with God. I am aware that this book will be criticized by some and perhaps applauded by others. The modern-day pharisees who draw their self-righteous robes around them. Peace With God It’s what many seek; it’s what everyone needs. The Gospel provides the direction. On Peace With God, Billy Graham and Franklin Graham share truth that changes lives forever.
In Peace with God Billy Graham asks God to help this book "find its way into the hands and hearts of a lost, confused, and searching world men, women, and young people everywhere [who] thirst for peace with God." In spite of a life drenched with responsibilities and rewards, are you thirsting? Renounce war and proclaim peace, D&C Lift up an ensign of peace, D&C Peace from God to the obedient. The Savior will be called the Prince of Peace, Isa. There is no peace unto the wicked, Isa. There was a heavenly host, praising God and saying, Glory to God in the highest, and on earth peace, Luke – Written in , this is clearly Billy Graham's best book. It was penned for any person who wants to know how to have peace with God. "Peace with God" is a term that the Rev. Graham uses to refer to how a person becomes a Christian and a child of God. Becoming a Christian generally involves the Cited by: 3. Reprint of Edition. Full facsimile of the original edition, not reproduced with Optical Recognition software. Graham writes that “I am convinced that there is a great hunger of mind and thirst of soul on the part of the average man for Peace with God. This book has been written for the man in the : Martino Fine Books.
Written in , this is clearly Billy Graham's best book. It was penned for any person who wants to know how to have peace with God. "Peace with God" is a term that the Rev. Graham uses to refer to how a person becomes a Christian and a child of God. Becoming a Christian generally involves the following steps: /5(4). In this book, Geoffrey Koziol argues that all such differing viewpoints have some basis in fact, partly because specific instantiations of the Peace of God varied greatly, but also because from its very beginning the movement brought to the fore the contradictions inherent in earlier ideas and rituals of peace and : Geoffrey Koziol. (7) The peace of God--i.e. (like the "righteousness of God," "the life of God"), the peace which God gives to every soul which rests on Him in prayer. It is peace--the sense of unity in the largest sense--the "peace on earth" proclaimed at our Lord's birth, left as His last legacy to His disciples, and pronounced at His first coming back to them from the grave (Luke ; John ). Rare signed and inscribed copy of Peace With God. Signed by Rev. Billy Graham. Pastor Graham rarely signed books or any autographs after the early to mid 's Seller Rating: % positive.