News by email Donate


Franklin Graham.JPG 1.JPG
Franklin Graham.JPG 4.JPG
UK News

Franklin Graham urges people to pray for US President as he suffers with Covid

by Alex Collett

US evangelist Franklin Graham has called on his followers to pray for Joe Biden, as the president battles Covid. 

The White House announced that Biden had tested positive for the virus on Thursday, 21st of July and was experiencing 'very mild symptoms.'

He has continued with his duties whilst isolating at the White House.

Mr Graham took to his Facebook page to express his sympathies and wrote: "We need to lift him up in prayer. 

"The Bible instructs us to pray for all those in authority, and that includes whether we agree with their policies and politics or not."

Biden is fully vaccinated and twice boosted, which means he has received four shots of a Covid-19 vaccine.

He is taking Paxlovid, a new antiviral medication that can help Covid patients recover earlier. Doctors say it's similar to Tamiflu.

A Monthly Gift Of $11 Makes A World Of Difference

In a world of fake news there’s never been a greater need for quality Christian journalism. Premier’s mission is to provide the Church with the most up to date and relevant news, told from a Christian perspective. But we can’t do it without you.

Unlike many websites we haven't put up a paywall — we want to keep our journalism free at the point of need and as open as we can. Premier’s news output takes a lot of time, money and hard work to produce. No one in the USA is sharing news like we are across radio, magazines and online so please help us to continue that today.

For a monthly gift of $11 or more we’d also be able to send you a free copy of the brand new Premier Bible, a wonderful Anglicised version of the NLT packed with exclusive bonus content, reading plan and resources to help you get the most out of scripture.

Your monthly support will make a world of difference. Thank you.

Support Us
Continue the conversation on our Facebook page

Related Articles

Sign up to our newsletter to stay informed with news from a Christian perspective.

News by email