Christian pastors and leaders predicted that President Donald Trump would win reelection, despite Joe Biden being named president by the media.
Right now there’s a lot of persecution coming against the prophets and those are in the prophetic and those who are followers of the prophets.
“The rocks are about to move and Trump will be President no matter what you hear,” Kat Kerr told the Elijah List’s Steve Schultz.
Adding, “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.”
Pastor Kent Christmas of Regeneration-Nashville said this is not political and 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.”
He knows people feel hopeless right now.
“One of the things that God is doing [is] He’s knocking the silliness out of the Church. We have for so long had a haphazard and lackadaisical approach. And we’ve been so used to everything just working for us that we just assume that it’s going to work.”
Not everyone is sticking to their words.
Kris Vallotton, senior associate leader at Bethel Church, said prophesying that Trump would win reelection was wrong.
“There is no excuse for it. I think it doesn’t make me a false prophet but it does create a credibility gap…a lot of people trust me and trust my ministry. I want to say that I am very sorry for everyone who put their trust in me and that there was this major, major mistake,” he said. “I have always believed that when you make a public declaration…that if you get it wrong, you have to make a public apology.”