Reverend Billy Graham's Final Sermon on His 95th Birthday

After a lifetime of preaching, Graham reflects on America and the importance of God.
2:31 | 11/07/13

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of pilgrimage under way, politicians, mowingals, true believes flocking to north carolina to honor a towering figure in american faith, the reverend billy graham. He turns 95 today. So he gave his followers a kind of birthday gift. Here's abc's dan harris. Reporter: The preacher seems a little heavier and a little slower, but his final message to america, still clear as a bell. Our country is in great need of a spiritual awakening. As I've gone from city to city I've seen how far people wandered from god. This final sermon was shot over the past year in billy graham's mountaintop home in north carolina, a place he rarely leaves these days. Here he is, in his favorite chair, with is dog by his side, and images of his long, storied career up there on the shelf. This son of dairy farmers ministered to every president since truman. And brought the gospel directly into america's living room. In private he's a surprisingly humble man, married to the same woman, ruth, for more than 60 years. She died in 2007. The grahams spoke with diane in you know what his favorite meal is? A can of vienna sausages, a can of cold tomatoes and a can of baked beans. All cold, dumped on a plate. His favorite meal. A man like that, you know -- Reporter: Throughout his life it's been the gospel that has sustained him. Reporter: Is there one passage in the scripture or one part of a hymn that never fails to make you feel great? What a friend we have in jesus. It's my favorite hymn. Reporter: Today on this video, what may be billy graham's final public prepare. I invite you to come into my heart and life. I want to trust and follow you. As my lord and savior. In jesus name, amen. Reporter: He is very direct in this final message, arguing that america is in spiritual pearl ill. Here's a man who has seen so many change but his core message has not changed one bit. His family is calling it the final sermon? Yes. Thanks, dan. Tonight keep your eye on the

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