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Christmas in Korea - 1952


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Speaking at the only theater in Pusan, the USA Theater, usually used for movies.
"This was to be our first meeting in Korea. Naturally I was a bit nervous. There were Colonels, Majors, Captains and other officers scattered throughout the crowd. Chaplain Lovin had charge of the meeting. Bob Pierce and Grady Wilson each gave a brief word of testimony and the all-Korean choir sang. Never have I heard such singing! I do not believe there is any finer singing in the world than by Koreans. God really blessed the first message. The men were wonderfully responsive. They listened attentively to every word."
From I Saw Your Sons at War/The Korean Diary of Billy Graham



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