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Trump Was Not Sent By God

But Many Continue to Claim He Was

The charismatic/Pentecostal Christians, who profess love of Jesus Christ, the Prince of Peace, who prophesized that trump would win reelection in 2020, have blood on their hands for the Jan. 6, 2021, rebellion at the capitol. Many of those preachers, who lead mega churches with thousands of followers and who claimed that God had hand picked trump, still refuse to acknowledge that Joe Biden won the election, a foundational mantra of those who stormed the Capitol.
And those false prophets, who preach regularly to hundreds of thousands, if not millions, of Americans, are not going anywhere, nor are they toning down their divisive and dangerous rhetoric.
Evangelical pastor Nathan French of Tacoma, Wash., had claimed that trump would be restored by April. When that didn’t happen, French said the return is now scheduled for early this year.
“The Lord is going to bring Trump back in,” French proclaimed on Nov. 5 on ElijahStreams, a non-denominational Christian prophetic website created by Steve Shultz in 1997 with 280,000 subscribers as of January 2018. “I believe that he knows deep down in his spirit, he knows that God has chosen him, not someone else.”
French said that God has called trump as the “trump card and he’s gonna throw that card on the table in just the next few months and you’re going to see how God is actually going to take back what the enemy tried to unauthorize, he tried to steal, and he tried to manipulate, and the whole system of how we elect people in the future will be restored.”
Pat Kerr, a purple-haired preacher from Jacksonville, Fla., runs a website called “The Revelation Zone” and asks viewers to “Discover what Heaven is like by someone who has been there many times.”
Kerr claimed that God told her that trump won re-election “in a landslide.” She told ElijahStreams that trump will eventually return to office and that she has seen in a vision “celebration in the streets.”
Kerr has said that there is football in Heaven and a warehouse where God keeps spare body parts and organs for those in need. She has also said that that if a woman miscarries a child, God will put the soul of that child into a second child if the woman decides to get pregnant again.
Kerr said that she refuses to get a COVID-19 vaccination because trump is no longer in office.
“I may have trusted [the vaccine] when Trump was sitting where the villain fraudulent person is sitting,” she said. “But because they’re not, I won’t trust it. I don’t trust you… I don’t know what’s in it, I don’t know the makeup of it.”
Johnny Enlow and his wife, Elizabeth, are pentecostal pastors of Daystar Church in Atlanta, Ga., and Mr. Enlow is author of “The Seven Mountain Prophecy.” Mr. Enlow claims that trump won at least 88 million votes, when he actually collected 74.2 million, behind Biden’s 81.2 million votes.
Enlow is known for his April 30 Facebook post in which he said that while praying, he “saw a vision of DJT seated on a throne holding a golden scepter…and a crown on his head.”
“Heaven does not recognize [Biden] having any scepter nor wearing any crown. From heaven’s perspective, there is only the legitimacy of DJT,” Enlow posted.
Enlow also decried that trump would be returned to the White House, that Biden’s inauguration “doesn’t really mean anything” and that there would be “two trumps” in office at some point, referring to trump and one of his sons.
“The only thing presently yet to be made visible is will an outrageous steal hold for a whole term. It will not! The answer from God to the question of when is — SOON. Do I have a date on that SOON? No, I don’t,” Enlow wrote.
Robin D. Bullock, who refers to himself as an “apostle” and “prophet,” is leader with his wife, also called Robin Bullock, of Church International in Warrior, Ala. He said that Biden, “does not exist” and would be out of the White House anyway by the “ides of March.” Bullock said trump will return to the White House and that “God will supernaturally move things out of the way.”
Bullock also has has told his mask-less congregation that he can cure diabetes with prayer and that every homosexual has an evangelist “inside” them waiting to be released.
Charlie Shamp is the president and co-founder with his wife, Brynn, of Destiny Encounters International in Moravian Falls, N.C. The ministry web site says that he was “commissioned by Heaven as a Prophet to bring healing and revival in the nations.” Shamp claims to have prophesized presidential elections, catastrophic natural disasters, revealing government corruptions and exposing terrorism plots.
Shamp said on his website that he had a “very vivid dream where I met President Trump. President Trump walked over to me and he reached out his hand to greet me as if he already knew who I was. I opened my eyes and pointed at him and said, ‘Don’t lose hope! The Lord is bringing a great turnaround for America.’ He thanked me and turned to take the stage.”
Shamp was in the crowd outside the Capitol on Jan. 6 and later predicted Biden’s death
“I saw the flag of the United States begin to lower, and I saw Joe Biden’s health diminish,” he said. “The administration that sits in the White House is under the judgment of God, and we are going to see the health of the man who sits in the White House begin to diminish. And I saw the American flag lowered to half-staff.”
Hank Kunneman, leader of the Lord of Hosts Church in Omaha, Neb., insists that trump won the election and that God will place trump back in office this year.
“Don’t think that the year is coming to a close and we aren’t going to see the hand of God. No, it’s going to continue, and it’s going to be revealed in 2022,” Kunneman said. “God is testing us to see who’s on the Lord’s side right now.”
Jeremiah Johnson, a Charlotte, N.C., based prophet said Trump would win in 2020 but he was among the few self-described prophets to admit on Jan. 7 that he was wrong. Since then, Johnson said he has received “multiple death threats” and “thousands” of angry emails.
“I have received multiple death threats and thousands upon thousands of emails from Christians saying the nastiest and most vulgar things I have ever heard toward my family and ministry. I have been labeled a coward, sellout, a traitor to the Holy Spirit, and cussed out at least 500 times. We have lost ministry partners every hour and counting,” said Johnson who said he was “supernaturally called from his mother’s womb.”
Johnson said it would be a “tremendous mistake” to argue for the next four years because it would cause greater division.
“I actually believe we need to take the next four years and humble ourselves,” he said.
Johnson also posted that he will close Jeremiah Johnson Ministries and focus on a ministry called the Altar Global to “help prepare the Bride of Christ for the return of our glorious Bridegroom King Jesus.”

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