Unto the Hills: A Daily Devotional
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Unto the Hills: A Daily Devotional

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For peace, for strength, for courage and inspiration, lookUNTO THE HILLS
Day by day, you can join the nation s most beloved spiritual leader for a moment of quiet and reflection a Scripture, a thought, and a prayer.
Billy Graham draws from his lifetime of study and ministry to offer this devotional classic, featuring 365 meditations to calm you and point you toward the One...more
ebook, 432 pages
Published December 1st 2010 by Thomas Nelson Publishers (first published October 1st 1986)
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Estevan Alvarado
Read Devotional Twice -- 1998 & 2003. In 1998, this book help me understand that Jesus was my Lord and Savior.
Theresa
Being new to Christianity, and very excited about learning as much as possible, as quickly as possible, I often find myself going full-tilt in many directions when it comes to "meditating on His word night and day". I lack focus, direction and many times I miss the subtleties of the scriptures I am studying. That's where a devotional such as this one plays a vital role in my walk with the Lord.

Reading Mr. Graham's interpretation and application of scripture has allowed me to focus on what is tr...more
Trinity Rose
I love anything written by Billy Graham and this daily devotional entitled Unto The Hills was just so full of knowledge and compassion, but the thing I like the most is Billy Graham’s love of our Lord.
Each day has a Bible verse and is full of wisdom and a story to make a point. Also it always ends with a prayer.
I have put many of Billy Graham’s quotes on facebook from this book and was quite inspired by his words of healing and wisdom.
I will keep this book and in a few years go through it ag...more
Paula C. Whitehouse
I didn't have a lot to choose from when making a selection on BookSneeze, so I decided to go for Billy Graham's "Unto the Hills: A Daily Devotional".

As the name suggests, this is a perpetual daily devotional book.The author encourages the reader that “for peace, for strength, for courage and inspiration, look UNTO THE HILLS.”

Dr Graham has written this devotional from his life experience as a man of God. His goal is that when we have problems we look to God for peace and guidance. His love for G...more
Anafalz
I have read many devotionals and I have to say this is down on the far bottom end of a list of recommendations. I expected much more from a devotional by Billy Graham. While there were some gems in there, overall it was a bunch of anecdotes trying to prove the verse of the day. I wanted to put it down halfway through the year but kept plugging away. Was not worth the commitment. I highly recommend trying a different devo.
Pawel Kowalczyk
...well, reading Bible is a hard work and such book as "Unto the Hills" comes very handy. Graham seems to be very wise man, I haven't read any of his other books but in this particular one I must say he's not tring to convert the rest of the world into his way of thinking, he is just giving the reader some simple truths which you can't really disagree with. I enjoyed reading it, I enjoyed following it.
Daniel Nampo
I think that God speaks in many ways, and for me, this book was one of them.
On a gray and dark world that we live, it's good to find a real Christian man (or woman).
Sorry if I sound awkward, I am brazilian and didn't pay much attention to my english classes.
Jaime Contreras
I have now read this Bible study companion thrice. This is one of the best because of the breadth and scope of the stories and applicable scriptural passages. Commit yourself to read this for one year.
Teresa Parker
Wonderful daily devotional reading.
Amanda
Feb 02, 2011 Amanda is currently reading it  ·  review of another edition
It is a really good book so far! I think everyone will be able to relate to a devotional that is in this book! :)
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husband to Ruth Bell Graham
father of Ruth Graham, Gigi Graham Tchividjian, & Anne Graham Lotz, Nelson, & Franklin Graham

Dr. Billy Graham has authored more than 26 books.

Which include:

The Journey (2006)
Hope for Each Day (2002)
Just As I Am (Autobiography - 1997)
Storm Warning (1992)
Hope for the Troubled Heart (1991)
Facing Death and the Life After (1987
Approaching Hoofbeats: The Four Horsemen...more
More about Billy Graham...
Just as I Am Angels: God's Secret Agents Nearing Home: Life, Faith, and Finishing Well The Journey: Living by Faith in an Uncertain World The Holy Spirit: Activating God's Power in Your Life

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