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Is Anne Graham Lotz correct? Are Amish and Evangelicals (& others like them) Falling for False Prophets and Trump

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by Kevin Stoda, author of the series on Almost Amish, Almost Mennonite?

I am an evangelical who rejects the trends to support Donald Trump, and I am an evangelical christian who lives for and tries to live like Christ.

Evangelicals like Tony Campolo[1] and I are (1) fighting for justice, (2) are interested in helping the poor and needy who call us to aid and assist them, and (3) are trying very hard not to fall for "systemic evil" choices that are making too many evangelicals and even too many Amish focus in 2016 so distorted. Like Anne Graham Lotz, the daughter of Billy Graham, we know that the change we need is from Jesus not from a political party or false prophet.

NOTE: See the video of Anne Graham Lotz's 2016 description or prophecy here.

Unlike her misguided brother, Frank Graham, Anne Graham Lotz seems to have been correct in her prophecy or statement that in our current election year ( 2016) people are already falling for false prophets left and right. In short, many concerned brothers and sisters are once again witnessing in America that too many evangelicals--and even Amish--are falling for "structural evils".[2]

In contrast to her famous brother, Graham Lotz says we should be "standing firm on the Rock [Jesus red-letter gospel message]". This would mean standing for what is right every single day.

ANNIE GRAHAM LOTZ: PROPHECY, the video speech by Anne Graham Lotz I am watching at the moment, indicates that "integrity" needs to be brought back into the church. "We are to walk with Christ in a way that brings Glory to Jesus."

Campolo describes "structural evil" as involving racism. Campolo also emphasizes that "structural evil" involves or includes our media and our consumeristic value system.[3] Lotz warns against these things, too, in her message on 2016.

"We should live our lives like we are living by the clock" is Anne Graham Lotz's main message. She says to stop watching that junk on TV. Stop reading that garbage. Do things in the Lord's glory. (Graham Lotz warns again from false prophets in this current election in 2016 in this other recent video here, too.)

Campolo and most theologians define "structural evil" as "arrangements that diminish the dignity and humanity of persons by frustrating the will of God in their lives".[4]

Sexism is another example of "structural evil" and it is a focus of entire chapter in Campolo's (2004) SPEAKING MY MIND book. [5] In fact, Campolo notes specifically that in many ways, many Baptist males and females have turned their back on Anne Graham Lotz as a preacher, evangelist and as a prophet simply because she is female.

In the name of fighting sexism within the church, I suggest you consider voting for either Jill Stein of the Green party or Hillary Clinton of the Democratic party this 2016. (Vote for Stein if you want to see less wars. Anne Graham Lotz indicates that we are seeing too many wars and lists with concern that the USA is involved in 153 nations today. She says it will only get worse. I agree that Clinton has been unable to avoid wars but perhaps God has another plan in 2017.)

Unlike Trump, Anne Graham Lotz is concerned about the weather, tornado and climate changes. We humans on earth need to be interested and concerned too. We need to follow this and protect loved ones. Lotz says God is trying to talk to us through the environment. They are harbingers, she says.

I don't get too excited by such prophecies typically[6], but as these prophesies come from the Baptist-isolated sister of Frank Graham, it should give all evangelicals a pause.

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