Christian Pastor: God Must Send “Angelic Reinforcements for President Trump” July 8, 2019

Christian Pastor: God Must Send “Angelic Reinforcements for President Trump”

Nebraska Pastor Hank Kunneman of One Voice Ministries, last seen promising God would cure cancer in the wake of the Tree of Life synagogue shooting, really wants Donald Trump to win re-election.

That’s why he offered Trump spiritual protection in a recent sermon.

… May there be a divine protection. Angelic assistance! Angelic reinforcements for President Trump! Angelic reinforcements! Angelic reinforcements!

We call from the command of the army of the hosts of Heaven. We speak to the commander of the army of the hosts. More angelic reinforcements for President Trump! More, more angelic! More angelic reinforcements!

We call upon the God of Heaven. Angelic reinforcements over the agenda that you have placed in the heart of this president. Over this administration! More angelic reinforcements!

We [Christian gibberish]. We speak [Christian gibberish].

More angelic reinforcements!

More angelic reinforcements!

“We speak a divine protection,” he added. “Not one hair on your head, President Trump, will be harmed in any way … We break the powers of darkness. Every satanic altar of evil where your name is mentioned, President Trump, we speak and command the fire of God to bring it to ashes.

“President Trump, Vice President Pence, you shall walk in the divine counsel of the Lord God of Hosts,” Kunneman declared. “You shall walk in the divine plan to make this nation great again, to keep this nation great again. This shall continue in 2020, 2024, and look to 2028 … It’s not just about four years, God is extending the number of the Kingdom for 12 years.

That’s a weird way to ask Putin for help… Even if Trump had angelic reinforcements, you know it’d only be a matter of weeks before the angels said they’re resigning to spend more time with their celestial families.

And it’s telling that these right-wing pastors aren’t even bothering to ask God for help in GOP voter turnout. That’s not part of the Republican game plan anymore.

The Kunnemans’ ministry, by the way, is a religious non-profit group, which means they’re prohibited from endorsing a candidate from office. If the IRS gave a damn, his ministry would lose its tax-exempt status.

(via Right Wing Watch)

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