Rev. Graham on 'The Great Deception': Hollywood Wants You to Celebrate Sin

By Michael W. Chapman | October 18, 2016 | 11:27am EDT

Rev. Franklin Graham.  (BGEA) 

Commenting on the morally degenerate films and TV shows promoted by Hollywood and its executives, Reverend Franklin Graham said it is a "Great Deception" in that Hollywood wants people to think sin is not only "okay" but that it should be "celebrated." This message, this immoral outlook has a price, he said, and the price is "spiritual death."

In an Oct. 16 post on Facebook, Rev. Graham said, "In the 1930’s America had The Great Depression. Now we have The Great Deception. Hollywood and media moguls want you to think sin is okay, even something to celebrate."

"It's not," said the reverend. "Sin has a price, and the price is death -- spiritual death."

"God is the righteous judge and the Bible says He is 'standing at the door," said Rev. Graham. "One day 'says the Lord, Every knee shall bow to Me, and every tongue shall confess' (Romans 14:11)."

Concluding, Rev. Graham said, "God is willing to forgive sin if we are willing to confess our sin and put our faith and trust in His Son, Jesus Christ. Share this good news today."

Franklin Graham, 64, is the son of Pastor Billy Graham. Franklin Graham oversees the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association (BGEA) and the international Christian relief group Samaritan's Purse. He is married and has five children. Franklin Graham regularly preaches in the United States and abroad, and he frequently comments on currents events on television and on the radio. 


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