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Franklin Graham Doesn’t Believe COVID-19 Vaccine Passport Microchip Is the Mark of the Beast

Earlier this year, Graham appeared on an episode of “Axios on HBO,” urging Christians to get the COVID-19 vaccine before it’s too late. “I want people to know that COVID-19 can kill you, but we have a vaccine out there that could possibly save your life,” Graham said. “And if you wait, it can be too late.”

Graham’s Facebook message on Tuesday continued the same tone, sharing with his followers, “In my opinion, getting vaccinated is important and helps save lives.”

Reactions to Graham’s Facebook Post

In just over 24 hours, over 12,000 people have reacted to Graham’s post, over 5,000 people have shared it, and over 3,200 have commented on it.

Some people agreed with Graham, while others expressed their concern for the microchip technology and what it might eventually lead to.

One of the comments read, “Every Word of God will be fulfilled. We are witnessing the unfolding of the prophecies in the Book of Revelation. May the Church be EQUIPPED to stand and to shine Christ amidst the darkness.”

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Another wrote, “No chip for me that’s control God is only in control not the government.”

“Absolutely not, had to figure they would go there sooner or later to just be able to scan people,” someone wrote. “Never works out well in the Sci fi movies.”

Many who agreed with Graham shared similar sentiments, like one commenter who said, “My thoughts exactly Franklin. Thank you for putting it simply and truthfully! Amen, come Lord Jesus come.”

Others responded with an “Amen” or an “Agree” regarding Graham’s words, while others just said, “Scary stuff going on with those chips.”

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