Religion: Crusade for Scotland

"Welcome, Billy," they shouted as the train from London chuffed into St. Enoch's station. Then, as a chorus of Scottish voices sang the 23rd Psalm, the men and women of Glasgow, many of them weeping, surged toward the slim young American. Grey hat in one hand, leather-bound Bible in the other, Evangelist Billy Graham joined briefly in the singing, then made his way through a forest of outstretched hands and drove to his hotel. There, under his window, another crowd waited. Said Billy: "We have prayed for Glasgow all the way across the Atlantic."

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