Billy Graham’s daughter: God is backing away from America but it’s not too late to repent for ‘national sins’

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July 5, 2016

The daughter of famed evangelist Billy Graham, Anne Graham Lotz, says that even though the United States is facing God’s judgement, the country has not yet passed the “point of no return” and can still turn back to God in hopes of being spared the full wrath of His judgement. …

Anne Graham Lotz.

Anne Graham Lotz.

Although Lotz has labeled America’s embrace of LGBT rights and abortion as “national sins” that are causing God to back away from America, she doesn’t believe it is too late for America to repent and pray for forgiveness.

“[If] we still refuse to repent, then [God] just takes His hands off and leaves us to ourselves and leaves us to our own devices, which I feel like is where we are at right now in America,” Lotz said while explaining the stages of Romans 1 judgement. “But, we are not too far gone that I think right now, we can cry out and return to Him. And Joel 2 says, He will return to us.” …

Lotz stated that terrorist attacks like the one in Orlando and the troubling political situation in America is proof of the nation’s dire need for prayer. “We are in such deep, deep trouble,” Lotz said. “The problems that we are facing should compel us to pray. I think after prayer, He can move us to action in some ways. First of all, the first thing we need to do is hit our knees and pray and hold God to His Word.”

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