Mayday: Anne Graham Lotz Warns Judgment Is Near

Billy Graham’s daughter is sounding an alarm to Christians across the nation, calling America’s Church to cry out to God in prayer and repentance.

Anne Graham Lotz says God is sending clear signs that His judgment is coming on America and the world.

“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,” she wrote in a message on her website.

“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.

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That’s why she’s launched the Mayday Prayer Initiative, a distress call for prayer:

MAYDAY! MAYDAY! is an international distress call that signals a life-threatening emergency. And it is also the call to cry out that Anne issued for  May 15-May 23 of this year.

These are the nine days between the Day of the Ascension of Jesus and the Day of Pentecost that have Biblically and traditionally been days of prayer and fasting for an outpouring of God’s Spirit.

Anne asked Christians world-wide to pray one hour each day for 9 days, May 15-23. Although this event is now over, we encourage Christians to continue to pray these prayers and continue crying out!

Since May 15, she’s been asking Christians worldwide to pray one hour a day for the Church and America, focusing on praise and worship, confession and repentance, and spiritual warfare and intercession.

The initiative runs through May 23, the day before Pentecost Sunday.

Report via CBN News

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