Was God ANYWHERE in the Democrat Convention?

Following the conclusion of the 2020 Democratic National Convention, Evangelist Franklin Graham called out the “absence of God” ahead of his planned prayer march in Washington, D.C.

“It has been interesting to see the absence of God,” the son of the late Rev. Billy Graham wrote in a lengthy Facebook post.

“I don’t believe America’s finest hours will be in front of us if we take God out of government and public life,” Graham, the president and CEO of Samaritan’s Purse, said. “It is God who set the standards we are to live by.”

The prominent evangelical leader quoted the 10 Commandments from the Bible with commentary from Dr. Tony Evans, who spoke to Fox News religion correspondent Lauren Green on the “Lighthouse Faith” podcast: “When one nation under God becomes one nation apart from God, expect the consequences.”

“God created us and this earth we live on,” Graham said. ” Who do we think we to try to rewrite the rules and run things apart from Him? Who do we think we to try to take Him out of everything?”

Graham’s comments come as Democratic nominee Joe Biden’s campaign launched “Believers for Biden” to target faith leaders and religious voters.

Quoting Rev. Billy Graham, Pastor Marc Little, a supporter of President Trump’s, blasted Biden for his support for abortion, which is opposed to his professed Catholic faith.

“The Democrat party has a crisis with God,” Little told “Fox & Friends First” on Friday. “In 2012, they booed placing God back on the platform, and this year, the Democratic caucuses are taking God out of the pledge of allegiance. The Black community is a faith community … they’ve got a real problem ahead.”

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