Franklin Graham Makes Urgent Call to Intercessors in America

Barb Wire

It doesn’t take a prophet to see that we are in a pivotal moment in our nation’s history.

But sometimes it does take a bold evangelist willing to speak out about why.

As nine U.S. Supreme Court justices consider arguments originally brought before the court on April 28 about whether to make same-sex marriage a constitutional right, Franklin Graham says need to pray fervently for the wisdom and counsel of God to work its way into their hearts and minds of those making this momentous decision.

“The impending decision will rank as the most historic and far-reaching judgment of the 21st century. If our nation’s highest court decrees same-sex marriage as the law of the land, the consequences will be great,” Graham said.

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“It sets the stage for persecution of believers committed to living by the truth of God’s Holy Word. Join me in praying for each of the justices: Chief Justice John G. Roberts and Justices Elena Kagan, Samuel A. Alito, Jr., Antonin Scalia, Anthony Kennedy, Clarence Thomas, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Stephen Breyer, and Sonia Sotomayor.”

Will you pray?

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The effectual fervent prayer of a righteous man availeth much.

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Jennifer LeClaire
Jennifer LeClaire is news editor at Charisma magazine. She is also the author of several books, including The Spiritual Warrior's Guide to Defeating Jezebel and The Making of a Prophet. Her media ministry includes her website; 100,000+ followers on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube; and a growing newsletter list. Jennifer has been interviewed on numerous media outlets including USA Today, BBC, The Alan Colmes Show, Bill Martinez Live and It’s Supernatural.

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