To cast doubt on prophecies, a Christian ‘prophet’ claims that God has not yet restored Trump.
Former President Donald Trump has yet to be restored to the White House, according to Pastor Hank Kunneman, a self-described “prophet.”
Trump will be re-elected in 2020, according to Kunneman and a number of other Christian leaders. They supported his bogus accusations of widespread voter fraud when that did not happen, and they expected him to enter office in January. After that failed to materialize, many speculated that the old president would be reinstated anyhow.
“People have wondered why the Lord is taking so long. Why are the prophets oblivious to it?’ During a Thursday broadcast of The Elijah List online show, Kunneman, the senior pastor of the Lord of Hosts Church in Nebraska, said. “No, pay attention to what I’m saying. It’s to give the impression that the prophets are unaware of it and that they have prayers. And it’s to reveal, but it’s also to bring forth something at the precise moment that will be a part of God’s fulfillment.” The pastor’s comments were initially reported by Right Wing Watch.
Kunneman claimed to have experienced a dream on November 4 during the show. He claimed that in his dream, President Joe Biden was declaring triumph, but then he saw what he thought was the Devil. God was working out the matter in his own time, according to the pastor.
“This has been a game all along. And God’s had enough of it. He’s allowed it to play out but it’s gonna be the season of fulfillment now,” Kunneman said, predicting that there would be “a shift” on July 4.
Conservative Christians, and particularly white evangelicals, have long been supportive of Republicans and former President Donald Trump. In 2016 and again in 2020, white evangelicals voted overwhelmingly in favor of the former president. Exit polls showed that about eight in 10 voters from the religious demographic voted for Trump in both elections.
Like Trump, many Christian leaders continue to falsely claim that President Joe Biden won the 2020 election fraudulently. These allegations have been thoroughly litigated and wholly debunked. Dozens of election challenge lawsuits filed by Trump and his supporters have been dismissed in state and federal courts. Even judges appointed by Trump and. This is a brief summary.