Franklin Graham had yet to make a statement connecting all of the unusual natural disasters and the spiritual significance, until now. His sister, Anne Graham Lotz, had already made headlines by warning Americans of God's judgment, connected to the heightened turbulence in our nation.
Our nation is in a mess," Lotz said. "Why? Could it be because America is losing God’s blessing? And His favor? Could our sin be provoking His judgment? Judgment that is not necessarily in the form of a nuclear dirty bomb, or in another ISIS attack, or in an economic collapse. But in a Romans 1 judgment that is described as 'the wrath of God being revealed against all the godlessness and wickedness of men who suppress the truth by their wickedness'…and God is backing out of our national life and turning us over to ourselves."
But Franklin Graham had filled his Facebook posts more with prayers for the victims and news of his relief organization bringing aid to Houston, the Caribbean, and now Florida. But in a powerful post Sunday morning, Graham shares that he definitely views the current catastrophic events as the fulfillment of biblical prophecy.
Even within hours of posting, Graham's words are getting tens of thousands of likes and shares and comments. Obviously, many resonate with his words and the feeling that these clustered catastrophes aren't just coincidental. In fact, another outspoken Christian, Kirk Cameron, just got liberal outrage for the Old Testament verse he shared about the record-breaking hurricanes.
What do you think about Graham's words? Share your thoughts and prayers in the comments! Thank you!