Franklin Graham to Newsmax: ‘We Have Turned Our Backs on God’

The Rev. Franklin Graham charged in an exclusive Newsmax TV interview that America is in a deep economic quagmire because “we have turned our backs on God.”

“The more we turn our backs on God, the bigger our problem becomes,” Graham, the son of world-renowned evangelist Billy Graham, tells Newsmax in a wide-ranging interview. “I didn’t hear any of the candidates say that we needed to call our nation to prayer. I didn’t hear any of the candidates say that we needed to ask God for help.

Watch the exclusive interview here.

“We still think that we can work our way out of this problem – and I don’t think we can,” Graham added. “I don’t have confidence in the Republican Party right now, and I don’t have confidence in the Democratic Party.

“I don’t believe there is leadership in Washington that can solve this problem. We just deal with it as issues for the day, and it kicks the can further and further down the road. We need God’s help to solve this problem – we can’t go without God.”

Last week’s election results, which sent President Barack Obama back to the White House for another four years, put the nation further along a “path of destruction,” Graham said.

via Franklin Graham to Newsmax: ‘We Have Turned Our Backs on God’.

2 thoughts on “Franklin Graham to Newsmax: ‘We Have Turned Our Backs on God’

  1. Everybody seems to be yelling the same message, but no one is listening. As a student of history, these times are no worst than many others. It just seems so because we are involved. Continue to pray.

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  2. Some times are more dire than others, not in suffering of course as suffering is suffering. In fact we have little suffering yet. However, there is an increase of abilty to control populations and a decrease of places in which to become a refugee if the need should ever arise.

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