Anne Graham Lotz, a renowned evangelist and Billy Graham’s daughter, concluded the 2017 National Day of Prayer by leading those gathered for the observance at the United States Capitol Thursday night and those watching at home in a repentance of “national sins.” Hours after President Donald Trump signed an executive order on “religious liberty” and a proclamation for the National Day of Prayer, the 68-year-old Lotz, who chaired the National Day of Prayer Task Force, gave the keynote message at the annual

National Day of Prayer observance on Capitol Hill.”Our nation is in trouble and we had some wonderful things [happen] today,” Lotz said early in her remarks, adding that she was in attendance at the White House when the president signed the executive order. “I praise God for the liberty that we have. In fact, I was telling Sammy Rodriguez before this that it’s almost mind blowing that America has to have an executive order to guarantee religious liberty in America, which shows how far we have fallen from our foundation of faith in the living God.” FULL REPORT