In Billy Graham’s autobiography, Just As I Am, he confesses some of his regrets. “I would speak less and study more, and I would spend more time with my family. … Every day I was absent from my family is gone forever.” He also says that he would “avoid any semblance of involvement in partisan politics.”

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2 Comments on “Regrets”

  1. Edvard Says:

    I wonder if he’d also publicly confirm or deny past involvement in Freemasonry, something he never did despite being asked many times.

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