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Christians who prophesied Trump victory say election is still not over

A number of prominent Christians shared prophecies that President Donald Trump would be reelected. Many of them now are saying it’s not over until it’s over. Real Clear Politics, in fact, still has Joe Biden at 259 electoral votes, below the 270 needed to win the presidency.

“The rocks are about to move and Trump will be president no matter what you hear,” Kat Kerr said. “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.”

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Jeremiah Johnson stated before Trump is declared the winner, former Vice President Biden may prematurely announce that he is the next president of the United States. Jeremiah made the statement before Biden’s declaration on Saturday that he was the President-Elect. Johnson wrote to his followers: “Either a lying spirit has filled the mouths of numerous trusted prophetic voices in America or Donald J. Trump really has won the presidency and we are witnessing a diabolical and evil plan unfold to steal the election.”

Earlier this year, Johnson shared a dream about Trump running a race that he believed was about the election.

“And about 100 yards from the finish, he tripped and fell down and 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.”

Christian prayer leader Lou Engle says it’s not time to despair but rather for the church to pray like Esther and that corruption and voter fraud be exposed. “Expose, expose.. .that’s what happened to Haman, a three-day Esther fast and then a scene is brought forth where literally Esther exposes Haman and a sudden reversal takes place,” he said.

–Alan Goforth | Metro Voice

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