Evangelist Franklin Graham has finished up his 50-state “Decision America” tour, during which he held a prayer service on the steps of all the state capitols.
Today’s rally in Raleigh, North Carolina, culminated a tour that started in Des Moines, Iowa, in January and ended in Graham’s home state. The tour wasn’t partisan, explains the son of famed evangelist Billy Graham, but it was political.
“I wanted Christians to gather on the capitol steps to pray for their state, but [also] to pray for this nation,” he tells OneNewsNow. “And I want to encourage Christians to go to the polls and vote” – and, he adds, to pray for God to give them wisdom before they enter the voting booth.
While he’s not offering advice to Christians on how to vote, it’s not difficult to read between the lines to see where he stands. “This election is not about her lost e-mails or his crude language. It’s about the Supreme Court,” he states.
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