Billy Graham’s “Storm Warning” – Only Partly Cloudy

I just read my first work from Reverend Billy Graham, “Storm Warning.” It is 283 pages, and the forward by his son, Franklin Graham clearly states that the salvation of the reader is the purpose of the book. The entirety of the book remains true to this purpose.

The story fell short of my expectation. I expected a story, with a clear beginning, focus in the body, and ending; what I found seemed more like an intellectually lazy sermon. Although there were many scriptural references, and the statements made were true, and there were interesting anecdotes, it was assembled as a series of random musings by probably the best-known and respected preacher in the world.

No disrespect meant to the author, but the book was not very good, and I certainly couldn’t recommend it to anyone, secular or saved.

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