Reverend Franklin Graham Leads Tens Of Thousands In 2020 Prayer March In Washington, DC (VIDEO)

Reverend Franklin Graham led a prayer march in Washington, DC on Sayurday.

It is estimated that over 50,000 people showed up for the event.

Vice President Mike Pence and other national figures were also in attendance.

FOX News reports:

Franklin Graham to lead DC prayer march: ‘Only God can fix the problems’ in our nation

Evangelist Franklin Graham is leading a prayer march Saturday in Washington, D.C. that will seek God’s healing for a nation in crisis.

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“I think our country is in trouble, and Democrats will tell you that, Republicans will tell you that. … We’re coming today to call upon the name of God, because I believe only God can fix the problems that we face in this nation today,” Graham said on “Fox & Friends Weekend” ahead of the march.

Graham, president of Samaritan’s Purse and the son of the late Billy Graham, organized the 1.8-mile Washington Prayer March 2020, which starts at the Lincoln Memorial at noon and ends at the steps of the Capitol.

“My prayer is for healing — that Jesus Christ, God’s son, as a nation we would turn our eyes back to him. You know, 150 years ago, your pastors, the churches, were the political leaders in every community,” Graham told co-host Pete Hegseth.

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Here are some photos and video clips:

It looks like the event was a huge success!


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