Laying on the Lies

Here are fake religious leaders of the Fake Evangelcal Con Game refilling the Head Trumpster with more god-fortified lies. Secular Truths are the words of the Devil. I warned you all this was coming. You can’t tell millions of folks – who subscribe to the  Coming Kingdom Church of Jesus – that he is returning to do away with all secular forms of government……….WITHOUT A PAY DAY! The more it fails, the better off they are!

You can’t have a beauty contest without a winner. The same goes for a stuffed chicken contest. They know God-Jesus is working through Trump, who God wants to destroy the most powerful government on earth – for starters! This is why they want millions to be denied healthcare. Tens of thousands of old people dying in the streets – is a good sign to them! This is no joke. They have gone insane! They can’t just rise up in their churches and say; “This is a lot of bullshit! Where’s the beef! We want proof!”

“I got your proof right here! Only Satan would want a black president in the oval office who would bring socialism and sharia law to Christian America – with the help of God’s enemy – ‘The Free Press’.

Putin knew all this! Putin has been blackmailing the President of the United States!

These evangelicals are telling Trump the press is the enemy because they don’t allow the press in their churches to ask hard questions, and will disrupt the holy spirit floating about, the spirit that needs to fill the Oval Office and the Senate and Congress.

Trump is saying Putin wanted Secular Hillary to win, because, he is not really one with them, and King Jesus! This is total madness! Prayers can not fix secular government problems – that arise!

How do these alleged men and women of God, not hear Trump Family Lies? I think about three truths have been uttered since their man took to oath of office. Secular Truths are not Supernatural – enough?

More photos of the meeting were posted by pastor Rodney Howard-Browne, who wrote on Facebook that he was asked by Paula White to pray over Trump and he asked for “supernatural wisdom, guidance and protection.” “Wow — we are going to see another great spiritual awakening,” he wrote.

Jon ‘The Nazarite’

A group of evangelical leaders met with President Trump on Monday and laid their hands on him as he bowed in prayer while meeting in the Oval Office.

The leaders met with Jennifer Korn, deputy director and liaison from the White House, for a day-long meeting to discuss several issues, including the Affordable Care Act, religious freedom, pending judicial nominees, criminal justice reform and support for Israel. During their visit the leaders paid a visit to the Oval Office where Vice President Pence and Trump’s son-in-law, Jared Kushner, dropped in.

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About 30 leaders were invited to the White House around a week and a half ago and included many of Trump’s faith advisory council from his campaign, including Florida megachurch pastor Paula White, South Carolina megachurch pastor Mark Burns, former Republican representative Michele Bachmann and Southern Baptist pastors Jack Graham, Ronnie Floyd and Robert Jeffress.

Evangelicals, especially those who consider themselves more charismatic, often lay hands on individuals during prayer. In the New Testament, the apostles would lay hands on believers, often using it as a sign of responsibility or authority. Many Christians lay hands on those who are being ordained in the church.

Photos of the gathering were posted by Johnnie Moore, who handles media relations for several pastors and ministries.

Monday’s meeting, he said, was an informal gathering where they prayed for wisdom, that God would protect him and his family, and that God would lead him. “It was normal, what a lot of us pray when we pray for elected officials,” he said. “It was like a meeting of friends.”

Moore said that many of these leaders are in regular communication with the White House, including with Kushner. He said that religious leaders, including Catholic, evangelical and Jewish leaders, were invited to the White House ahead of the nomination of Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court.

Moore described Trump as “strong and focused as I’ve ever seen him.” Monday’s meeting came as Trump has been embroiled in reports about his family’s ties to Russia.

“He was in great spirits, as was the vice president,” he said. “He was very very much command of the situation. It felt like all was well. He was happy and joking.”

He said many of the leaders there are hoping the White House will appoint someone to become an ambassador-at-large for international religious freedom, a position that was held by Rabbi David Saperstein until Trump took office.

In May, Trump gave evangelical leaders a tour of his private quarters in the White House before the leaders watched Trump announce an executive order on religious freedom. His evangelical advisory council is no longer a formal board, but many of the leaders still talk with each other and with the White House on a regular basis, Moore said.

This is not the first time Trump has been prayed for with people laying hands on him. During his campaign, some of the same pastors who were there Monday prayed over him at Trump Tower in 2015, and faith leaders prayed with their hands outstretched during his campaign in 2016.

More photos of the meeting were posted by pastor Rodney Howard-Browne, who wrote on Facebook that he was asked by Paula White to pray over Trump and he asked for “supernatural wisdom, guidance and protection.” “Wow — we are going to see another great spiritual awakening,” he wrote.

“Highlight after all these years of fighting for America – standing in the Oval Office with @realdonaldtrump and @vp and @paulamichellewhite and other leaders – listening to our great President talk about America – Great Job Mr President- Great Job,” he wrote on Instagram.

President Barack Obama met and prayed with religious leaders regularly, but Trump’s visible religious outreach has extended mostly to evangelical pastors.

Trump is a self-described Presbyterian but does not attend church, though he has been embraced by many evangelicals. While evangelicals vary in their views of Trump, a survey from the Pew Research Center during Trump’s first few months in office found that white Catholics and white evangelicals who attend religious services regularly have a higher approval rating of Trump than those who don’t attend services regularly.

President Trump said Wednesday that Russian President Vladimir Putin would have been happier with his Democratic rival, Hillary Clinton, in the White House.

“If Hillary had won, our military would be decimated. Our energy would be much more expensive. That’s what Putin doesn’t like about me,” Trump said in an interview with Christian Broadcasting Network founder Pat Robertson.

“And that’s why I say, why would he want me? Because from day one I wanted a strong military, he doesn’t want to see that,” the president added.

Trump’s comments come a day after emails reported by the New York Times showed Trump’s eldest son, Donald Trump Jr., agreeing to a 2016 meeting where he was promised damaging information on Clinton as “part of Russia and its government’s support for Mr. Trump.”

In the CBN interview, Trump claimed Putin “probably” did not want him to become president because of his push to expand U.S. oil and gas production, which he said could hurt Russian energy exports.

“So what I keep hearing about that he would have rather had Trump, I think ‘probably not,'” he said.

Trump appeared to be push back on the U.S. intelligence committee’s conclusion that Russia meddled in the 2016 election to help him and hurt Clinton.

The president has not definitively accepted that conclusion. He has said that Russia, but also other countries, may have been responsible for hacking emails from the Democratic National Committee and Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta and exposing them to the public.

The comments came after Trump met Putin for the first time as president last week in the Group of 20 summit in Germany. The president’s advisers have said he pushed the Russian leader on hacking.

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