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Queen Elizabeth II and Billy Graham 'Had Great Bible Studies Together'

Queen Elizabeth II and Billy Graham 'Had Great Bible Studies Together'

Queen Elizabeth II was a woman of deep Christian faith who loved God's Word and enjoyed having "Bible studies" with the late evangelist Billy Graham when he was in London, Graham's son Franklin Graham says.

My Reflections on Queen Elizabeth II's State Funeral: Two Keys to Her Greatness

My Reflections on Queen Elizabeth II's State Funeral: Two Keys to Her Greatness

In her 2011 speech to the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting in Australia, the queen quoted an Aboriginal proverb: “We are all visitors to this time, this place. We are just passing through. Our purpose here is to observe, to learn, to grow, to love, and then we return home.” Now Queen Elizabeth II has returned “home.” She is no longer a queen—she has an even higher calling as a worshiper of the King. But I believe she will hear for all eternity those words we should all long to hear: “Well done, good and faithful servant” (Matthew 25:23).

Queen Elizabeth's 'Faith and Hope in Jesus Christ' Inspired Her Service: Archbishop

Queen Elizabeth's 'Faith and Hope in Jesus Christ' Inspired Her Service: Archbishop

Queen Elizabeth II's lifetime of service was inspired by her Christian faith and by the life of Jesus, who "came not to be served, but to serve," the archbishop of Canterbury said during the funeral service of the beloved monarch Monday.

Honoring the Queen by Serving Her King

Honoring the Queen by Serving Her King

Queen Elizabeth II consistently and publicly found that “special kind of courage” in her faith, calling Jesus “an inspiration and an anchor in my life.” Just last month, she prayed for Anglican bishops that “you will continue to be sustained by your faith in times of trial and encouraged by hope in times of despair.” If the Queen of England, one of the wealthiest and most powerful people in the world, needed a King, how much more do we?

Queen Elizabeth II's Life of Faithfulness

Queen Elizabeth II's Life of Faithfulness

Having reached the end of her era, it’s difficult to imagine what the monarchy will become. As Jake Meador from Mere Orthodoxy observed, “After she and Benedict XVI pass, I think European Christendom will be conclusively gone from this world. Something else will come and God will continue to work. But the loss is still immense.”

The Death of Queen Elizabeth II: Ironic Tributes and a Remarkable Sign in the Sky

The Death of Queen Elizabeth II: Ironic Tributes and a Remarkable Sign in the Sky

Many will continue to pay tribute to Queen Elizabeth II in the days to come. But not everyone will understand the source of her godly character and servant heart. Amanda Gorman, the US’s youngest inaugural poet, tweeted, “Long lived the Queen—but much longer lives her legacy.” It’s now up to Queen Elizabeth II’s fellow Christians to explain the origin of her legacy and to extend it in our lives and service, to the glory of God.

The Answer to Social Isolation, Loneliness Is to Yield to the Lord

The Answer to Social Isolation, Loneliness Is to Yield to the Lord

The answer to social isolation and loneliness is not simply trying harder to do better. Rather, it is yielding our lives to the One who empowers us to serve our King with courageous unity.

Should Prince Charles be the Next King?

Should Prince Charles be the Next King?
Some are wondering if Prince Charles, who has been first in line to the throne longer than any person in British history, should become king one day.
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