Rev. Franklin Graham. (BGEA)
If you want to reach the Promised Land and “enter the gates of Heaven,” you must believe in Jesus Christ who “stamped and sealed” your “immigration status in Heaven” with His own blood, said Rev. Franklin Graham, son of world-renowned evangelist Billy Graham.
You cannot “immigrate” from this earthly world into Heaven without faith in Christ, who employs “extreme vetting,” he stressed.
In a Feb. 8 post on Facebook, Rev. Franklin Graham said, “I’m on my way to Puerto Rico—to warn people that God uses extreme vetting.”
“What do I mean by that?” he said. “I want the people of Puerto Rico to know that God loves them and that there is only one way to enter the gates of Heaven—and that is through faith in Jesus Christ, and Him alone.”
Mosaic image of Jesus Christ. (Public domain)
“Good works can’t get you into Heaven,” said Graham. “Religion can’t either—being a Baptist, a Catholic, or a Methodist, can’t save you. Jesus said, ‘I am the way, the truth, and the life. No one comes to the Father except through Me.'”
“Thousands of Christians have been praying across the island for this weekend,” said Graham. “I’ll be preaching the Good News that God loves sinners and sent His Son, Jesus Christ to die for their sins. My purpose for going is to help Puerto Ricans “immigrate” from earth to heaven one day.”
“I want Puerto Ricans by the thousands—and people everywhere—to have their immigration status in Heaven stamped and sealed with the blood of Jesus Christ for all eternity,” said Rev. Graham.
Franklin Graham, 64, is the president of the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association (BGEA) and the international Christian aid group Samaritan’s Purse. He regularly preaches in the United States and abroad, and comments on current events on television and radio.