Before offering a prayer at the inauguration of President George W. Bush, Franklin Graham was asked by a fellow participant if he intended to pray in the name of Jesus Christ. Graham assured him that he would and encouraged this pastor to do the same. As Graham reminded him, "That's the only thing we've got." In days of religious confusion and cultural relativism, Franklin Graham reminds us that there are absolutes in the kingdom of God. The Name explains the significance of names in the Hebrew culture, centering on the meaningfulness of the name Jesus. Chapters focus on the different aspects of power in the Lord's name, such as "Healing in the Name" and "Salvation in the Name."
|Publisher:||Nelson, Thomas, Inc.|
|Sold by:||THOMAS NELSON|
|File size:||459 KB|
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This book was excellent. Franklin does not mince words, he tells it like it is. He is not trying to be politically correct like most evangelists of this day and age. He is a true witness for CHRIST. HE DOES HONOR TO THE NAME !!! THE NAME BEING JESUS CHRIST. I loved the stories and examples that he gives about his experiences, especially when he gave the talk at Oklahoma City, at the Columbine Memorial Service. This book has depth and meaning. I have read it twice and plan to read it again. It is a must buy!!!!