On Sunday morning, Trump attended the International Church of Las Vegas where one of the pastors prophesied a second term victory for the president, The Christian Post reports.
“At 4:30, the Lord said to me, ‘I am going to give your president a second win,'” Senior Associate Pastor Denise Goulet told Trump. “The Lord said, ‘he is ready for the next four years.'”
“There’s also this – a second wind…the Holy Spirit,” she explained. “The Lord showed me today that you are going to get a second wind…another in-filling of the Holy Spirit…because the Holy Spirit makes you able to finish, to take this to the end, Mr. President.”
“Then, he said to me you are the apple of His eye,” she continued. “He is protecting you like he is protecting the ancient foundations of our nation. God wants to be in the middle of our nation.”
Her husband, Senior Pastor Paul Goulet, noted that this was the president’s third visit to the nondenominational church and that he was welcomed as a member.
“This is your third time here. That means you’re a church member,” he said to the president. “I don’t care what anybody says. I love my president.”
Goulet went on to commend Trump’s presidential accomplishments during his first term including, protecting the unborn, advocating for religious freedom, moving the U.S embassy to Jerusalem, bringing back jobs to America, and much more.
“People are saying ‘you’re being political.’ I’m not, the Bible says, ‘give honor to whom honor is due,'” the senior pastor contended. “I’m honoring the president right now because he’s done the right thing.”
For Goulet, Trump is “the answer to my prayers” regarding the values of the country and thanked God for choosing “the right man.”
“Others may curse him, but we bless him,” Goulet added as he called the congregation to stretch out their hands to pray and bless the president.
Goulet added that he will fast once a week for Trump and his family ahead of the 2020 presidential election.
“Heaven has sent an army of angels to protect you … It may be a mess right now but God chose a fighter to straighten things out,” he asserted.
During the end of the service, Trump spoke briefly to the congregants before leaving.
“I love going to churches,” he said. “I will be back many times.”
“I know you’ve had a rough time in terms of the city — has been a tough place — but the job you’ve done to get people back is really very special,” Trump continued.
Alongside Trump was senior counselor Hope Hicks, White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany, and multiple secret service agents.
During the offering portion of the service, Trump is shown pulling out a stack of twenty-dollar bills before putting them in the offering basket.
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