I want you to turn with me, if you will, to Luke’s gospel. Luke’s gospel, the fourth chapter, Luke’s Gospel, the fourth chapter, and tomorrow I want to speak to you on something that Mrs. Kennedy said. Mrs. Onassis said just before she died, she was talking to one of her friends and she said, you know, I would like to live it all over again. And I thought to myself, is it possible to start all over again?
I’ve heard and I’ve read that this is the first time we ever held meetings in northern New Jersey. That is not true. But you’re not old enough to remember when I was last here, I think it was nineteen forty four or forty five. I was here for a week at one of the Bible churches. I think it was in Hawthorne that we were here. I don’t think that. Then she might have been with me, but I don’t think so.
This is a clergyman. You can imagine how out of place I feel, I feel like a fish out of water or maybe an owl out of the air. I was preaching in San Jose some time ago and my friend Mark Quami. Who helped introduce me to this conference? Brought several CEOs and leaders of some of the companies here in the Silicon Valley to have breakfast with me or with them. And I was so stimulated. And had such it was an eye opening experience to hear them talk about the world that is yet to come.
From our archives, the Billy Graham classics. I want to welcome all of those that have joined by television as well and tell you that we are at the University of New Mexico in their beautiful, beautiful arena, one of the most beautiful anywhere in the world. Now, tonight, I want you to turn with me to the second chapter, the second chapter of the Book of Hebrews, the second chapter of the Book of Hebrews, beginning with verse one.
Let’s welcome Greg Buchanon tonight to the Crusade for State. Praise the Lord Jesus Christ, I grew up in Southern California. I’m thirty three years old, and as I look back through my life, I realized I was blessed with above average opportunities to succeed in life. My parents were sacrificially giving to both my older sister and myself. And remember, I had a chance to study the performing arts at a very early age. I started piano at three and my older sister started playing harp.