Franklin Graham Tells Liberty University Students to ‘Give It All’ for Christ Despite the Cost at Convocation

Franklin Graham, the son of legendary evangelist Billy Graham and president of the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association, told students gathered at Liberty University’s Convocation to be willing to “give it all” for their faith — but there will be a “cost and price.”

“You have to be willing to turn your back and give it all,” Graham, who’s also the head of Samaritan’s Purse, said. “You have one life to live. Live it. Live it for Him, but there’s a cost and price. And He requires you to make Him first in your life.”

“We need an army of men and women who are willing to go and to follow the Lord Jesus Christ to the ends of the Earth,” he continued. “Remember you have to love Him more than anything else in this world. No excuses.”

While the cost of following Christ is high, it also brings about many blessings, the evangelist added.

“When you obey God’s voice the blessing He pours out on you is incredible,” Graham said. “But it starts with obedience. You got to give it all, no excuses. Just obey. That’s what God wants.”

Graham’s message was part of Liberty’s Global Focus Week, a semiannual event aimed at raising global awareness among Liberty University students, faculty, and staff.

The pastor was introduced by Liberty President Jerry Falwell, who highlighted the global impact of Samaritan’s Purse.

“We love the Graham family,” Falwell said. “What Franklin has done with Samaritan’s Purse is nothing short of miraculous. I’m so honored that Liberty continues to partner with Samaritan’s Purse, most recently with sending a team of students to help with flood cleanup in North Carolina.”

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Source: Christian Post