Anne Graham Lotz #fundie cnsnews.com

Christian evangelist Anne Graham Lotz, daughter of world-renowned Pastor Billy Graham, is calling on Americans to pray and fast for nine days, May 15-23, to ask God for help in these distressful times because, she says, God is warning that “His judgment is coming on America and on our world, and it’s going to be ugly.”

Anne Graham Lotz’s concerns echoed those she made at a Watchmen on the Wall conference, where she referenced the story of Noah and the flood and people eating, drinking, and giving in marriage, while indifferent to God, and warned that today many people “have no idea they are living on an abyss, and judgment is getting ready to fall.”

In the invitation to the May 15-23 “Mayday! Distress Call for Prayer,” Anne Graham Lotz, the author of 11 books and holder of six honorary doctorates, notes that she recently was teaching a seminar on the first two chapters of Joel in the Old Testament and said the “impact was profound.”

“I knew God had spoken,” she said. “The messages almost made the hair stand up on the back of my neck. Why? Because God was clearly warning that His judgment is coming on America and on our world, and it’s going to be ugly. I knew it then, and I know it now.”

Referencing the evangelical belief in the Rapture when Jesus returns, Anne Graham Lotz said that when authentic Christians are gone, “Institutions will collapse. Banks will close. The Stock Market will plunge. Planes will fall out of the sky. Cars will crash on the road. Government in America at every level will disintegrate.”

“Families will be torn apart,” she said. “In the unprecedented turmoil, our nation will be vulnerable for our enemies to seize the moment and attack us. There will be mass chaos, confusion, fear, grief, despair, anger, threats, danger … judgment.”

However, just as God allowed the Israelites to suffer through the ten plagues before they were delivered in the Exodus, Christians may have to endure “distress and trouble” before God brings peace,” she said, and thus Christians need to pray, “to cry out to God on behalf of our nation and our world.”

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