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Through BGEA's ministry, Mr Graham started: the weekly Hour of Decision radio programme, which was heard around the world for more than 60 years; television programmes that are still broadcast today on national Christian networks; a syndicated newspaper column, My Answer, which is carried by newspapers both nationally and internationally, and Decision magazine, the official publication of the association, which has a circulation of more than 425,000, making it one of the most widely circulated religious periodicals in the world.
As I listen to the remarks about the infiltration of media and the need for a strong leadership I cannot but wonder inside me if the crucial hour of decision is not fast approaching when I must determine whether the irremediable step of martial law is the only course of action if we were to save our republic.
allowed to occur, have happened because in that hour of decision the president chose a popular political path without concern for the real world consequences.
If Congress fails to address the so-called fiscal cliff, the United States faces another recession, leaving Arkansas political and business leaders to hope the critical hour of decision will force the appearance of bipartisanship.
Greece: Greece reached the hour of decision on Wednesday over more budget cuts demanded by the EU and IMF and a debt deal to obtain a second rescue and close a key chapter in the eurozone crisis.
THE TWELFTH INSIGHT: THE HOUR OF DECISION builds on the author's prior books to consider the further changes brought about in 2012 and the prophecies that predict them.
But, at the hour of decision, she silently steps aside and the residents take over.
The hour of decision is here for the Catholic Church in the United States, led by our bishops, to join the growing secular and religious chorus of voices demanding the abolition of nuclear weapons.
George Bush gave the military all the forces it requested to crush the Iraqi army, but in the crucial hour of decision, when the Army's leading divisions stood poised like an enormous coiled spring to smash the retreating Republican Guard divisions north of Basra, the president ended the war.
Nawaz Sharif, however, declared that historically, the hour of decision had struck, and the nation had to decide once for all, whether it desired to live as a self-respecting people, like free and sovereign nation, or it wanted to roam about the world with begging bowl.