Seven charismatic Christian pastors and leaders who predicted that President Donald Trump would win reelection are arguing that the election is not over and Trump will remain the president, The Christian Post reports.
Their statements come even after former vice president and challenger Joe Biden was declared the projected winner of the election by the media.
"The rocks are about to move and Trump will be President no matter what you hear," Kat Kerr, a self-described "revelator," told the Elijah List's Steve Schultz. According to CBN News, the Elijah List is a hub where many charismatic voices publish prophetic words and spiritual insights.
"It will start with a phone call and I can tell you, you will be shocked to see how much exposure comes from that, but Trump will win. He will be president of the United States, he will sit in that office for four more years and God will have His way in this country."
Another pastor, Jeremiah Johnson of Jeremiah Johnson Ministries, said he had a dream where Trump was running the Boston Marathon, but fell near the finish line.
“He could not get up, the crowd was spitting on him, they were jeering at him, and suddenly, two older women who I knew were baby boomers, somehow made their way through the crowd and supernaturally lifted Donald Trump up and helped him get to the finish,” he said. “I believe God is calling on Baby Boomers in this nation to take your stand and believe with me that the best is yet to come."
Pastor Kent Christmas of Regeneration-Nashville said Saturday on his YouTube channel that he also did not believe Biden was the true winner of the election.
"This is not political," Christmas said. "This is not about Donald Trump or Joe Biden or politics or Democrats or Republicans. This is a war between Heaven and Hell and it's about the destiny of this nation.”
Mike Thompson, pastor at Word of Life church near Las Vegas, had also predicted Trump would win reelection. He said Sunday that Moses was working, and eventually the Supreme Court would decide on Trump’s victory.
"I realize that right now there's going to be a lot of persecution coming against the prophets and those are in the prophetic and those who are followers of the prophets," he said.
"All of this is about revival. It is about the Lord Jesus Christ," he added.
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