- The Washington Times - Tuesday, December 10, 2019

Fox News prime-time host Sean Hannity consistently tops the ratings at his network, typically drawing 3 million nightly viewers who are eager for his take on politics and life in America.

Mr. Hannity is also a man of faith and publicly reveals the particulars during an upcoming two-part appearance on Fox Nation, the network’s popular on-demand streaming service.

“When I’m at my best, I also devote God quiet time,” Mr. Hannity tells Ainsley Earhardt, host of “Ainsley’s Bible Study” on Fox Nation, and a co-host on “Fox & Friends,” the network’s morning show.

“We’re so busy, all of us, every day, everybody watching this understands that they’re busy. You get up in the morning, you shovel your coffee down your throat, you got to feed your kids, you got to pack them a lunch. You got to race off to work. You put in your 12 hours,” Mr. Hannity says in the interview, explaining that a half hour with the Bible keeps him energized.

“When I spend that time and make it God time, if you will, I feel at my best,” he observes.



Mr. Hannity, who attended Catholic school for a dozen years, also offered details of his own “faith journey” over the years.

“I have not lost my faith. My faith actually has gotten stronger as I’ve gotten older. I would say I realize more than ever that I not only need, but I want God in my life. And, you know, there’s so much mystery to the world. I think of God in an interesting way, I think, for me is that science is showing us universes within universes within universes, beyond any imagination that we could ever have,” he says, also noting that his favorite Bible verse is John 14, verses 1-4.

Mr. Hannity is candid about his relationship with God as well.

“I want to be a Christian because I want to be better. I want to get to know that guy that knows how many hairs are on my head. I want to get to know the guy that created the majesty, the majestic universe we live in and gave me life. And I would like to know why I’m here,” Mr. Hannity notes.

He also talks of his own “tough times” — and the role of faith during those times, and during the current season.

“This is where I go when I need my help. That is my answer. That’s Christmas to me. And Christmas is available 24/7, 365,” Mr. Hannity advises.

The interview will be available on Fox Nation on Wednesday.

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