If the Rev. Billy Graham could go back and do anything differently, he would have “steered clear of politics,” he told Christianity Today. “I’m grateful for the opportunities God gave me to minister to people in high places; people in power have spiritual and personal needs like everyone else, and often they have no one to talk to,” he said. “But looking back, I know I sometimes crossed the line, and I wouldn’t do that now.” Graham also wished he had spent more time at home with his family, studied more and preached less.
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