Billy Graham at 99 is still answering questions from readers in a column that has been produced by his organization, the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association – and still pulls no punches.
Recently, a victim with arthritis asked if he thought it would be a good idea to buy a gold-plated charm advertised in a supermarket tabloid for a cure.
“I strongly urge you not to waste your money on this, or on anything else that claims to have magical powers of this nature,” he wrote. “Nothing like this has any medical evidence to support its dubious claims, nor should you trust what the sellers say about it.”
Graham continued: “But I also wantThis post was originally published on this site