Franklin Graham Suggests Replacing ObamaCare With “Federal Praying Service”

“Franklin Graham recently announced that he will be leading “praying rallies” in all 50 states next year, designed to mobilize conservative Christians to vote and run for office because, among other things, “LGBT activists, abortion rights advocates, aggressive atheist groups and others who ignore God’s Word are trying to shove their agenda down our throats.”

“Graham said in his announcement: “In 2016, I plan to hold prayer rallies in all 50 states. I believe God has called us to this. We’re naming it the Decision America Tour. I want to challenge Christians across our land to boldly live out their faith and to pray fervently and faithfully for our nation and all its leaders. I want to encourage Christians to get out and vote in the coming election year. We will not be endorsing any political candidates, but I will urge people to vote for those on the ballot who uphold biblical principles, and I will be sharing the life-changing truth of God’s Gospel in every state.”

“He also added: “Can you imagine what a difference it could make if in the next election Christians went to the polls in unprecedented numbers? And if Christians ran for every elected office available at all levels – local, state, and national? School board members, city council members, judges, mayors – all of these are such critical positions. Just think of what would happen if the school board in your own community was made up of Christians. I’ll bet things would begin to change for the better in those schools.”

Speaking exclusively to Newslo, he even suggested “replacing ObamaCare with a new federal service intended to help people with prayers.”
“It would probably be called something like the ‘Federal Praying Service,’ or FPS, for short. It would also most certainly do more good than what ObamaCare is managing to do right now,” Graham told Newslo. “If a person got sick, they’d go to the doctor and the doctor would immediately send in a priest to pray for them. And you want to know the best part? It would still be better for people than the Affordable Care Act. At least Jesus is more forgiving.”

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