On Monday, Reverend Franklin Graham spoke at the National Religious Broadcasters convention in Orlando, Florida and warned Americans of a “coming storm” that has Churches and ministries in the crosshairs.
Graham sounded the alarm during his speech, “I believe there is a coming storm that we all need to be ready for.”
He continued. “The world has deteriorated so quickly. We cannot be deceived and we can’t be fooled. We need to get ready and be prepared.”
The reverent said, “It’s not going to be good. The world is deteriorating so quickly. It seems like every demon in hell has been turned loose.”
It was great to be in Orlando to share with those at the @NRBConvention tonight! My father @BillyGraham used radio and television to reach as many people as he could with the Gospel of Jesus Christ—and we’re still doing that today. #NRB2023 pic.twitter.com/MrbmiQNbFK
— Franklin Graham (@Franklin_Graham) May 23, 2023
Graham also warned that traditional means of communication will not be of use during the “storm.”
He said, “The storm is coming where we’re going to be off the radio and television and the internet.”
Graham explained that believers in the United States are “living in a cancel culture that wants to destroy Christian organizations” because the left’s woke LGBTQ agenda is aiming to cancel Christians.
The Gateway Pundit reports:
Graham cited multiple examples of conservative and Christian organizations how this has in recent years. This includes the National Committee for Religious Freedom, which had its Chase bank accounts closed without warning last October.
Amazon has also participated in discrimination against faithful Christians as well according to Graham. This is particularly disturbing since Amazon owns the data cloud.
The coming storm will be so bad that Graham argues it is essential for Christians to have their own ways to store data. He revealed that Samaritan’s Purse built its own data center in Colorado, so it could keep operating without worrying about an external supplier.
“We built it big enough so that we can help other organizations if they want to store their data there, too,” Mr. Graham said.
“We cannot back up, we can’t retreat, don’t apologize for the Gospel. Just declare it, just preach it,” Graham said in a rally call to Christians. “They want us to shut our mouths, they don’t want to hear from us. If you’re not going to preach the Gospel, you don’t have anything to worry about.”