Rev. Billy Graham
Commenting on Britain's historic vote to leave -- Brexit -- the European Union, evangelist Franklin Graham said the "breakdown of immigration laws and economies" played a major role, and added that the vote represents at least "a temporary setback for the politicians in this country [USA] and around the world who want a one-world government and a one-world currency."
In a June 24 post on Facebook, Rev. Franklin Graham wrote, "It’s historic. Last night the United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union. With the breakdown of immigration laws and economies, millions of Europeans feel that their politicians have failed them."
"We don’t know what the #EUReferendum vote means long-term," he said, "but I know that this is at least a temporary setback for the politicians in this country and around the world who want a one-world government and a one-world currency. The Bible speaks that one day this will take place."
"Join me in praying for all of those impacted and that Europe’s leaders, as well as our leaders in the United States, will look to Almighty God for wisdom and discernment in these trying and complex times in which we live," said the reverend.
Franklin Graham, 63, is the son of world-renowned evangelist pastor Billy Graham. Franklin Graham is president of the Billy Graam Evangelistic Association (BGEA) and he also oversees the international Christian relief group Samaritan's Purse. Rev. Franklin Graham regularly preaches in the United States and overseas.