Anne Graham Lotz, daughter of famed evangelist Billy Graham, has issued another prophetic warning to America.
“Our national and global situation will get worse,” Lotz said in a message on her site.
She quoted Isaiah 60:1-2. which states, “Arise, shine, for your light has come, and the glory of the Lord has risen upon you. For the darkness shall cover the earth and deep darkness the peoples; but the Lord shall rise upon you, and His glory shall be seen upon you.”
“I have been been repeatedly warned in my spirit that the enemy is advancing. It’s something that I know,” she wrote.
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“And I feel compelled, like Jehoshaphat, to lead God’s people also in a desperate prayer for help before we plunge past the point of no return into the abyss of God’s judgment,” she continued.
Lotz said although the enemy is advancing and America and the world are practicing evil and are in darkness, there is hope.
She referred to 2 Chronicles 20:15, 17. which states, “Do not fear, nor be dismayed because of this great army, for the battle is not yours, but God’s…It will not be necessary for you to fight in this conflict. Take your positions, stand, observe the deliverance of the Lord for you, O Judah and Jerusalem. Do not fear or be filled with terror…(T)he Lord will be with you.”
In May 2014, Lotz warned that God’s judgment was near.
In a message on her website, she wrote, “I believe Jesus is soon to return to take all of His followers to Heaven with Him in what is referred to as The Rapture.”
“While this will be deliverance for His people, can you imagine the impact on our nation, let alone the world, when suddenly every single authentic Christian disappears?” she asked.
“There will be mass chaos, confusion, fear, grief, despair, anger, threats, danger judgment,” Lotz warned.
In light of world events and the evil that’s happening across the world, she encourages Christian to pray and seek God like never before.
Report via CBN News
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