Prayer Request: Evangelist Lou Engle Asks for Prayer That God Would Expose Election Fraud

By Nancy Flory Published on November 5, 2020

“I believe in the God of sudden reversals,” said evangelist and church planter Lou Engle. He’s asking for prayer that everything that is hidden surrounding the election would be revealed. 

“If you’ve been looking at the news, you may have just recently seen, that in both Wisconsin and in Michigan, we see the same thing happening: 140,000 mail-in votes, all for Biden, none for President Trump. You’ve got to ask the question, ‘What are the odds that that could actually happen?'” 

Engle, the co-founder of TheCall, a prayer and fasting movement, said he has hope. “My heart is deeply encouraged this morning. First of all, that God rules over the affairs of men and we can deeply trust Him.” At the same time, He calls us to pray and to act in times of crisis.

“Would you pray with us in these days … would you decree an exposure of everything that is hidden? We want a righteous election — an election that is true and right before God. And I believe that God is rising now. This exposure could actually bring forth a sudden shift of events, even in America. So, today, we say for Zion’s sake, ‘Expose, expose voter fraud. Expose, in Jesus’ name.'”

He added, “I have great hope and I have great trust in the God that rules history.”

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Nancy Flory is an associate editor at The Stream. You can follow her @NancyFlory3, and follow The Stream @Streamdotorg.

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