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Albania Gives Thanks for Billy Graham!

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22/02/2018

The life and work of Billy Graham is being celebrated by Mission Without Borders Albania with the news of his passing away this week.
Billy Graham's books and sermons have been a great blessing to MWB Albania, guiding them as they share the gospel and teach others who Jesus Christ is and what he has done for us.


MWB Christian Outreach coordinator Arjan Ndoni said, "The news that Billy Graham passed away brought to my mind that we are temporally on the Earth. I have been blessed by his preaching and books."


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He continued: "These books have been used by local Christians years ago where there were not many Christian books published. The message from these books was very useful in our Christian programmes and it helped me to know the right way to approach people who have lost their hope, to guide them to God.


"All his sermons shared around the world and even through satellite transmission in Albania have been a blessing. I still use his sermons and books in our Christian programmes and Bible lessons. 
"Billy Graham was a great evangelist whose impact was great in the world and even in our Family to Family community by sharing and using his lessons.


"As Billy Graham said, 'God has given us two hands - one to receive with and the other to give with. We are not cisterns made for hoarding; we are channels made for sharing."