Franklin Graham Gives Single Piece Of Advice To Americans --But Some Won't Accept It, Will You?

Recent fires in Tennessee have swept through the area, devastating everything in their paths.  In Dollywood, the devastation was particularly harsh.

Groups of volunteers and employees came together to clean up the park during the difficult time.  One employee, while clearing debris, noticed something in a puddle.  The item?  A scorched page from the Bible.  


The verse read "To you, Lord, I call, for fire has devoured the pastures in the wilderness  and flames have burned up all the trees of the field" (Joel 1:19).

Franklin Graham has taken to social media to report on the incident and told people "I highly recommend that everyone re-examine  where you stand with Almighty God whose Word is sharper than any two-edged sword and stands forever."


The employee who found the Bible page says he was not a very religious person but has since been spending a lot of time searching his soul.  Some have even called the find "divine intervention"

What do you think?


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