If this prophecy is true it will be proof God is in control of all events on His earth. I do not know the prophet but he certainly sounds authentic and he has a lot at stake if it is not true. As I have mentioned before, in the spirit I believe God will use this election for His purposes we only have to wait and see how that plays out. If it happens as in this prophecy it should cause a revival in His church. Church, it is time to repent and pray as we see the events play out in the coming weeks.
President Donald Trump made a brief unannounced visit to McLean Bible Church Sunday morning where Pastor David Platt prayed for him on stage.
As many of you know, I recommend the resources produced by David Platt that are available on http://www.radical.net, so I am pleased that Donald Trump was led to visit McLean Bible Church and be prayed for by David Platt. I am convinced Donald Trump was Holy Spirit led. This was no coincidence.
“Oh God, we praise You as the one universal king over all,” Platt prayed with one hand holding an open Bible and the other hand on Trump’s back. “You are our leader and our lord and we worship You. There is one God and one savior and it’s You. Your name is Jesus and we exalt you, Jesus.
“And we know, we need Your mercy. We need Your grace, we need Your help, we need Your wisdom in our country. And so we stand right now, on behalf of our president, and we pray for Your grace, and Your mercy, and Your wisdom upon him.
“God, we pray that he would know how much You love him. So much that You sent Jesus to die for his sins, our sins, so we pray that he would look to You. That he would trust in You. That he would lean on You. That he would govern and make decisions in ways that are good for justice, and good for righteousness, and good for equity, every good path.
“Lord we pray, we pray that You would give him all the grace he needs to govern in ways we just saw in 1 Timothy, chapter 2, that will lead to peaceful and quiet lives, Godly and dignified in every way.
“God, we pray for your blessing, in that way, upon his family. We pray that you would give them strength, we pray that you give them clarity, wisdom.
“Wisdom. The fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom. Fools despise wisdom and instruction. Please, oh God, give him wisdom. And help him to lead our country, alongside other leaders.
“We pray today for leaders in Congress. We pray for leaders in courts. We pray for leaders at national and state levels.
“Please, oh God, help us to look to You. Help us to trust in Your word. Help us to seek Your wisdom and live in ways that reflect Your love and Your grace, Your righteousness and Your justice. We pray for Your blessings on our president toward that end. In Jesus’ name we pray. Amen.”
If you haven’t watched President Trump’s recent speech in the UN then I would urge you to do so. It is impressive (without notes) and is based on his Republican teams accomplishments over less than two years. I am convinced he is God’s leader for the USA in these “last days” before Jesus return to rule and reign from Jerusalem.
NOTE how he ended his speech acknowledging and thanking GOD and we know it is the God of the Bible.
This article by Greg Canavan, Editor, Crisis & Opportunity in Markets & Money an Australian publication, Port Phillip Publishing Pty Ltd shows a concerted campaign by the establishment to get rid of President Trump. I am interested to hear from a few US followers of this website whether they support the views expressed in Greg’s report. If they do, can I suggest they ramp up prayer support for him.
Yesterday, The New York Times ran an unprecedented anonymous op-ed against a sitting American President.
A White House ‘insider’ (so the NY Times says) wrote a scathing piece that paints Trump as some foaming at the mouth lunatic, out of control and destroying the country.
To understand this epic hit piece on Trump, you have to put it in context. I’ve mentioned this a few times before, but it bears repeating. Trump campaigned on a promise to ‘drain the swamp’. That is, ridding Washington of its deeply entrenched corruption.
The establishment media plays a part in this corruption by publishing stories that come from anonymous sources and ‘high up officials’. This is not a conspiracy theory. It’s a fact.
Look up Operation Mockingbird. This was a CIA initiated program designed to have the media create narratives. Arthur Hays Sulzberger, owner of the New York Times, was an original participant. You can check out more info here if you’re sceptical.
So why did the NY Times run the piece yesterday?
There are a few reasons. Bob Mueller’s investigation into Trump’s alleged collusion with the Russians is going nowhere. In fact, it’s now surfacing that the Democrats and their deep state allies tried to frame Trump to bring about impeachment, although you won’t hear about that in the mainstream media.
Yesterday, Trump tweeted the single word, ‘TREASON?’ It was probably both in response to the article and the attempts to overthrow a democratically elected President.
As I’ve been saying for weeks, this is only going to continue to heat up. But if you don’t view it through the lens of what Trump is trying to do, you’ll get sucked into the mainstream media narrative. That is, that Trump is some deranged dictator.
Two more of Trump’s tweets in the past 24 hours give you an idea of the real battle going on.
‘I’m draining the swamp, and the swamp is trying to fight back. Don’t worry, we will win!’ and;
‘The Deep State and the Left, and their vehicle, the Fake News Media, are going Crazy – & they don’t know what to do. The economy is booming like never before, Jobs are at Historic Highs, soon TWO Supreme Court Justices and maybe Declassification to find Additional Corruption. Wow!’
Brett Kavanaugh, Trump’s nomination for the Supreme Court, is set to receive Senate approval. This should give Trump the numbers on the Supreme Court and make things very uncomfortable for Hillary Clinton, given her past history.
Trump IS draining the swamp. And the swamp critters don’t like it.
If he succeeds, it will be ultimately beneficial for the US and global economy. But there might be some considerable turbulence in the short-term. That’s why this story bears close watching.
Kim’s family issued a statement through their lawyer, Randall Brandt, after his release was made public.
“We want to thank all of those who have worked toward and contributed to his return home. We also want to thank the president for engaging directly with North Korea. Mostly, we thank God for Tony’s safe return,” the statement said. “We appreciate all of the support and prayers of friends and even strangers during this challenging year. You are dear to our hearts. We ask that you continue to pray for the people of North Korea and for the release of all who are still being held.”
The move brought praises from around the globe, but especially within the Christian community. Some commented on U.S. President Donald Trump’s firm hand toward the dictatorship.
President Trump Declares Jan. 22 ‘National Sanctity of Human Life Day’
President Donald Trump has issued a proclamation declaring Jan. 22, which is the anniversary of the 1973 U.S. Supreme Court decision Roe v. Wade, “National Sanctity of Human Life Day.”
Trump’s proclamation comes as the commander-in-chief became the first sitting president to address the annual March for Life in Washington, D.C.
Speaking via satellite from the White House Rose Garden, Trump stated on Friday that he was “honoured” and “proud” to be the first commander-in-chief to address the March for Life.
“Today, tens of thousands of families, students, and patriots, and really just great citizens, gather here in our Nation’s Capital,” said Trump, his speech broadcast on a large screen before the March for Life rally attendees at the National Mall.
“You come from many backgrounds, many places, but you all come for one beautiful cause: to build a society where life is celebrated, protected, and cherished. The March for Life is a movement born out of love. You love your families, you love your neighbours, you love our nation, and you love every child, born and unborn, because you believe that every life is sacred, that every child is a precious gift from God.”
In an official statement released last Friday, President Trump explained in the proclamation that the observance is meant to “affirm the truth that all life is sacred, that every person has inherent dignity and worth, and that no class of people should ever be discarded as ‘non-human.'”
“Reverence for every human life, one of the values for which our Founding Fathers fought, defines the character of our Nation. Today, it moves us to promote the health of pregnant mothers and their unborn children,” read the proclamation.
“It animates our concern for single moms; the elderly, the infirm, and the disabled; and orphan and foster children. It compels us to address the opioid epidemic and to bring aid to those who struggle with mental illness. It gives us the courage to stand up for the weak and the powerless.”
The proclamation also noted that scientific research “continues to support and build the case for” the pro-life movement and their agenda items.
“Medical technologies allow us to see images of the unborn children moving their newly formed fingers and toes, yawning, and even smiling,” continued the proclamation.
“Those images present us with irrefutable evidence that babies are growing within their mothers’ wombs — precious, unique lives, each deserving a future filled with promise and hope. We can also now operate on babies in utero to stave off life-threatening diseases.”
Some prophetic voices believe the United States of America shifted, spiritually, Oct. 21, 2016, on what may go down as one of the most important days in American history. Did this National Day of Prayer for First Nations affect the outcome of the November Presidential election? Does America get another chance to repent and change its course? Yes is does, under Trump. Under Hilary Clinton its course was clear, further moving away from God and increased marginalisation and then persecution of Christians.
Largely unnoticed, 1,000 Native American Indian tribes from the United States and Canada collectively forgave the U.S. government for breaking treaties with their ancestors during a public ceremony on the National Mall.
The National Day of Prayer for First Nations, held near the Washington Monument, included intercessory petitions, proclamations and declarations of forgiveness by leaders from All Tribes D.C., a fellowship of Christians representing 1,000 American Indians from the U.S. and Canada.
A full-blooded Euchee (Yuchi) Indian, Negiel Bigpond coordinated the first-ever national prayer gathering of Native Americans in the nation’s capital.
Like the annual May observance of the National Day of Prayer, signed into law by President Harry S. Truman in 1952, First Nations intercessors will convene again in 2017 during the third week of October.
Dr. Billy Graham, whose son and daughter have served on the National Day of Prayer Task Force, is a prophetic voice who believes that forgiveness by Native Americans might be part of a spiritual awakening within the nation.
“The Native American has been a sleeping giant,” Graham writes. “He is awakening. The original Americans could become the evangelists who will help win America for Christ. Remember the forgotten people.”
Bigpond agrees that Native Americans have taken a good first step toward aiding national awakening by extending forgiveness to the nation.
“We chose to forgive the U.S., whether it asked for it or not,” said Bigpond, a fourth-generation pastor who offered forgiveness and spoke blessings over the nation alongside other tribal prayer warriors.
Bigpond, who has evangelised on 143 reservations, believes the U.S. has suffered spiritual consequences for breaking treaties with Native Americans.
In Scripture, breaking a vow or treaty brings a curse on the land, and the U.S. government broke every treaty it made with the Native American tribes, according to prophetic voice Rick Joyner, who called the prayer event one of the most important in the nation’s history from his ministry headquarters in North and South Carolina.
“This is very real,” Joyner said. “National injustices are a major issue we’re facing now, whether we want to or not, and this is a big one.”
Bigpond is an apostle at Morning Star Evangelistic Center in Oklahoma, which is affiliated with Joyner’s MorningStar Ministries.
The nation’s crises parallel conditions on the reservations, according to Bigpond, a certified drug- and alcohol-abuse counsellor.
“We don’t want the nation or our people to suffer further,” said Bigpond, who holds a doctorate in divinity and is a Euchee tribe chief.
Mary Faus, who represented the Ojibway and Cree tribes at the prayer event, said the unity and power of forgiving a nation that’s never apologised or asked for it was amazing.
“We believe this has shifted the nation and we are already feeling the effects of what was accomplished in D.C.,” said Faus, who is the director of a house of prayer in Pennsylvania and lead intercessor with husband Jon at Hope of Nations Christian Centre.
Joyner agrees that forgiveness and love are major weapons in waging spiritual warfare on behalf of the nation.
“This is one of the most noble acts of true Christian charity I have ever heard of by any people group,” Joyner said. “Very few may even know that anything special happened.
“Some of the greatest things happen that way, and only a very few who have their eyes open looking in the right direction, see them,” Joyner said.
Portions of a proclamation posted on the All Tribes D.C. website were read by tribal leaders gathered on the National Mall.
The proclamation reads in part, “We forgive every atrocity and broken covenant ever designed to destroy us as a race of people. We break every curse and renounce every lie purposed to decimate us as human beings.
“We forgive the government, the church and the educational system for the use of residential schools that attempted to destroy our culture and silence our voice as people by stealing our language.
“We stand in the gap for those who are unable or unwilling to forgive, and call upon the Master of Life, to forgive us for harbouring unforgiveness, resentment, hatred, bitterness and rage.
“We repent of every curse spoken over America by our ancestors and we release the power of forgiveness to bring healing and the peace of Creator God to this land.
“We declare and decree that our voice will no longer be silenced and that this nation and the world will hear our voice as we speak life and blessings over the Americas and the world.
“We stand in faith believing that our citizenship lies in heaven, and we too, all await the return of our Savior, the Lord Jesus Christ.
“Being all of one mind and heart, having compassion for one another, we declare our love as brothers; not returning evil for the evil perpetuated against us, but on the contrary we choose to release a blessing, knowing that the Father of us all has called us as his children to bless and not curse, that we may inherit a blessing. Amen.”
God is doing something in Australia as well, our Christian Aboriginal brothers and sisters are planning a Solemn Assembly Gathering in Canberra, hopefully in 2017, to join with Christians from all denominations to ask repentance from God and to forgive one another for past sins.
I am not sure why, but the inauguration event reminded me of Jesus statement about the end times; “But as the days of Noah were, so also will be the coming of the Son of Man be. For as in the days before the flood, they were eating and drinking, marrying and giving in marriage, until the day that Noah entered the ark, and did not know until the flood came and took them all away (8 people survived), so also will the coming of the Son of Man be. Matthew 24:36-39
We are living in a time of unprecedented economic crisis. Politicians have no way of fixing it – debt levels are out of control. Economic collapse is imminent and it will be worldwide. My advice, above all else get right with God, take up His offer of eternal life. There is only one way – Jesus said, “I am the way, the truth and the life, no one comes to the Father except through Me.” John 14:6. Second, get out of debt.
From a worldly perspective, this report by Vern Gowdie sums up the Trump situation and likely outcome succinctly.
It’s official, Donald Trump is the 45th US president.
His inauguration speech was full of patriotic fervour, aimed squarely at his heartland.
He faces a herculean task to ‘Make America Great Again’. This is not the 1950s: the era of low debt, cheap oil, high birth rates, minimal health and welfare commitments, and the US dominating world manufacturing.
That once-young, lean, mean economic machine is now ageing, over-indebted (19 trillion +), bloated with entitlements, loaded up with underfunded private pension plans, and competing against countries that pay their workers 1950s-US wage rates.
As we saw with Obama, rousing, well-crafted speeches are one thing, but taking action is another. Obama was hopeless — public debt has doubled, Obamacare is an expensive joke, and bureaucracies have become bloated.
Trump is over-promising, and will under-deliver…but it will be entertaining to watch.
Gowdie Financial Planning was recognised in 2004, 2005, 2006 & 2007, by Independent Financial Adviser (IFA) magazine as one of the top 5 financial planning firms in Australia.