Evangelist Anne Graham Lotz is issuing an urgent call to repentance, warning that America has a “small window of opportunity” to return to God, that, if not taken, will incite severe judgment.
In an interview with The Christian Post, Lotz, founder and president of Angel Ministries, said the United States has repeatedly “shaken its fist” in God’s face, removing His name everywhere from schools to the government.
“When you do that, God just backs away,” she said, citing Romans 1, which speaks of the retributive judgment of God.
“God gives us over to ourselves, and I believe that is where we are right now; it really is the judgment of God,” Lotz said. “America has a window of opportunity to return to the Lord, but it’s just a window, and it’s going to close. We’re going to find our nation without God, and without Him, we don’t have His protection, we don’t have His wisdom.”
“If we’re not careful, we’re going to totally lose our way,” she stressed. “America will become unrecognizable. The world is a very dangerous place right now. We desperately need God.”
On Saturday, the 72-year-old daughter of famed evangelist Billy Graham is set to participate in “The Return: Global Day Of Repentance and Prayer on The Washington Mall” in Washington, D.C., to pray for the U.S. and its citizens.
Led by bestselling author Jonathan Cahn, the event will also feature Dr. James Dobson, Pat Robertson, Mike Lindell, Alveda King, Kevin Jessip, Michele Bachmann, Kevin Sorbo, Gordon Robertson, Marcus Lamb, Bishop Harry Jackson, and many more.
As part of the revival, leaders from over 150 nations will be participating in a day of prayer. The broadcast will be hosted in over 90 languages in real-time translation.
Lotz admitted that Cahn, an old friend, has asked her to participate in events for years — “but I always declined,” she said. “I just didn’t feel like revival would come until we were desperate for it.”
As a child, Lotz recalls asking her mother, Ruth Graham: “With all of father’s meetings and events that have taken place, why haven’t we had a revival?”
“And my mother said, ‘It’s because we’re not desperate enough.’ So I always felt like something needed to trigger it,” the evangelist shared. “But Jonathan kept telling me he felt strongly impressed by the Lord that a call to revival needed to be held in September of 2020. So based on his strong conviction and my belief that we need to return to the Lord, I agreed to participate in The Return back in January.”
And then, “COVID-19 broke out, the economy experienced a recession, and anarchy swept the streets,” she said.
Additionally, America is being attacked “socially and racially,” Lotz said, contending that “evil people” “jumped on” “unthinkable tragedies” like the death of George Floyd to “further their wicked agendas.”
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SOURCE: Christian Post, Leah MarieAnn Klett