We are in the midst of the most serious crisis our nation has faced in my lifetime, and I believe unless God intervenes, America will never again be the great country that we have known and loved.

The federal government is on the verge of nationalizing our financial institutions, fundamentally changing the economic engine that has driven our democracy for over 200 years. That would be a giant step toward socialism.

This isn’t what I fear most, however. What burdens my heart and soul is that I believe America finds itself in this predicament because we are a nation that has forgotten God. We have rejected God. We don’t want Him in the marketplace, our schools, or our government. The moral and spiritual fabric that kept this country strong for so long has almost completely unraveled, and the economic chaos is just one of the disastrous consequences.

We need another great awakening, a fresh revival that puts us on our knees, brings us to repentance for our sins, and turns our hearts back again to worship and obey God.

There is no other way for America to be great again…

We must pray. We must come before God every day and ask Him that the riches of His kindness and patience would lead us to genuine repentance (see Romans 2:4). We must intercede for our leaders to turn their hearts to Him.

Franklin Graham, Billy Graham Evangelistic Association (BGEA)

  • Heavenly Father, Intervene Oh God! It is time for you to take action, O Lord, for your law is being broken. Godless men have thought they could overturn your law; altogether make it void. But we know Lord that while heaven and earth will pass away, your word will never pass away. Awaken your people, Oh God, revive us again! Let not this even rule over us; please do not let them say, “Where is their God?” Help us to pray without ceasing, every day and throughout the day. May the riches of your kindness and patience lead us to genuine repentance! In Jesus’ Name I pray, Amen!( Ps 115:7-10; 119:126; Joel 2:17; Eph 2:5-9; 1 Th 5:17; Tit 3:4-6)

Pierre Bynum

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