Trump and Prophecies, and a New Model of National and World Leader
There are some prophecies about President Donald Trump, and they are fascinating. “Trump shall become a trumpet, says the Lord,” the South African “singing prophet” Kim Clement bellowed in a recording reportedly made April 4, 2007, in Redding, California.
“Trump shall become a trumpet. I will raise up the Trump to become a trumpet. I will raise up the Trump to become a trumpet and Bill Gates to open up the gate of a financial realm for the church, says the Lord.”
Clement went on to say, or sing: “It shall come to pass that the man I place in the highest office shall go in whispering my name. But God said, when he enters into office, he will be shouting out by the power of the Spirit. For I shall fill him with my Spirit when he goes into office and there will be a praying man in the highest seat in your land.”
He said something similar, according to the recording, on Feb. 10, 2007: “There will be a praying president, not a religious one, for I will fool the people, says the Lord. I will fool the people, yes I will, God says, the one that is chosen shall go in and they shall say, ‘He has hot blood.’ For the Spirit of God says, yes, he may have hot blood, but he will bring the walls of protection on this country in a greater way and the economy of this country shall change rapidly, says the Lord of hosts.”
“Listen to the word of the Lord, God says, I will put at your helm for two terms a president that will pray, but he will not be a praying president when he starts,” Clement continued. “I will put him in office and then I will baptize him with the Holy Spirit and my power, says the Lord of hosts.”
Clement also prophesied about several other prominent people, but these prophecies have never been fulfilled. Can his prophecy about Trump come true? I do not know, but if his prophecy is real, my interpretation is that God is giving Trump a chance, as he gave Saul a chance. There is no harm in praying that Trump may use his God-given opportunity to do God’s will.
There are also other interesting prophecies about Trump. Stephen Powell, in a recent article in Charisma magazine, said he heard God’s voice saying:
I have chosen you Mr. Trump, and you will be a leader to many, not just of your people, but of the world. You will not just be seen, Mr. Trump, but you will be heard, for I have released a sound in you, and that sound shall be heard around the world. It will ring true and loud, and be like a shock wave in many countries.
As you honor Israel, I will honor you.
I have chosen Donald Trump to forerun a new model of national leader; yea, even a new form of world leader.
Actually, Trump’s speech against neocons was a breakthrough, a new model of leadership. No other American president has ever spoken so forcefully against neocons as Trump did in his political campaign. Will he fulfill the war he promised to wage against neocons? I do not know.
Are these prophecies about Trump trustworthy? I do not know. But there is no harm in praying that Trump may use his God-given opportunity to do God’s will.
I was ecstatic that the first action of President Donald Trump was to defund the International Planned Parenthood Federation, this vast machine of family planning, abortion and sex education. This is one of the evilest organizations in the world.
Christians, including me, rejoiced in the first big pro-life action by Trump.
Yet, George W. Bush took the exact same action in the first day of his administration. He defunded the International Planned Parenthood Federation.
Christians, including me, rejoiced in the first big pro-life action by Bush.
And, yes, there were wonderful prophecies about Bush.
Many years ago, Hank Kunneman said:
“After Clinton, I will raise up a man like David,” the Lord said. “A chosen man after My heart who will lead this nation in righteousness.”
I had a vision just before the 2000 election in which I saw the Lord remove Al Gore and place Bush in the White House. I prophesied about this publicly, so you can imagine my concern when newscasters initially announced that Gore had won. I wanted to hide!
“America will enter a season of war, but restoration has begun. I want this man seated for eight years, for as righteousness is seated, all things will be exposed.”
Prophets and their prophecies are never perfect. Even though we know now that Saudi Arabia is the main sponsor of international Islamic terrorism and that the ten terrorists who attacked the World Trade Center were Saudi Muslims, Kunneman said,
Like many churches, my congregation met to pray on September 11, 2001. While praying, I asked the Lord who was responsible for the attack. I then had a vision of a heart with the word “Afghanistan” written in the center. The words “Syria” and “Iraq” appeared around it.
Because Bush and Obama intervened in these nations, but did not help Christians persecuted in the aftermath of their bad decisions, the U.S. interventions resulted in total chaos for Christians.
The Iraq War was a humanitarian disaster for Christians. During his campaign, Donald Trump said that the Bush administration lied about his reasons to invade Iraq. Trump said that he opposed such invasion. Christians in Iraq took a very heavy toll for Bush’s bad decision. The Iraqi Christian community, which was over 2 million before the U.S. invasion, is now less than 400,000.
Bush had a very strong interest in the Iraq oil, but no interest in the Christian blood of Iraqis.
Neocons wanted the Iraq War, and they got it. They want the Syrian War, and under Obama they almost got it. And, of course, they want war with Russia.
Neocons represent war and disaster and even when an evangelical follows them, the result is always war and disaster.
The biggest mistake of evangelical Bush was to follow neocons. It was a disastrous mistake.
Evangelical Trump, praised by new prophecies, has condemned the Iraq War. And he has condemned neocons, who dominated in the Bush and Obama administrations.
The Trump chosen by prophecies condemned the Bush chosen by prophecies. In fact, Bush said that he did not vote for Trump.
People chosen by God through prophecies are imperfect. Prophets and their prophecies are imperfect.
Even though people and their ideologies (including theological ideologies) always change, God never changes. He was, He is and He will always be a prophetic God.
God chose Saul as king of Israel. But He needed to replace His own choice. Is He imperfect too? Very early in his kingship, or administration, Saul violated God’s will several times, and he was rejected. The chosen was rejected.
Does God know how to choose? Of course, He does! But free will is for everyone, including those chosen by God.
God replaced the loser Saul with David, who behaved rightly and wisely in the early years of his kingship. But the David administration was plagued, after his adultery, by several calamities, including a violent uprising led by one of his own sons.
God chose Saul, who by his own free will chose to be a loser by violating God’s will.
God replaced the chosen Saul with David, who did not lose his kingship, but lost much of his peace of mind and his people also lost much of their peace of mind by his adultery. His personal sin severely affected his administration and ability to rule in peace.
Just because a man is chosen by God does not mean that he will do everything right. Saul did not and was rejected. David also committed many mistakes, but he repented, and God chose to give him more chances.
If evangelical leaders who prophesied about Bush and Trump are false prophets, is God also a false god because He chose the loser and imperfect Saul?
If prophecies are correct, God wants Trump to be baptized in the Holy Spirit and become a praying president. There is no harm in praying that Trump may get these blessings.
There is no harm in praying that he may not imitate the calamitous mistakes of Bush.
And there is no harm in praying that God may protect him from the wicked influence and pressures from neocons, who inspired Bush to launch the Iraq War, which destroyed thousands of Christians in Iraq.
God can use Trump against neocons. And in this war, he will be a new model of national and world leader.
With information from WND (WorldNetDaily) and Charisma.
Portuguese version of this article: Trump e profecias, e um novo modelo de líder nacional e mundial
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