The Trump Prophecies: The Astonishing True Story of the Man Who Saw Tomorrow... and What He Says Is Coming Next by Mark TaylorIn November of 2016, the world witnessed the impossible. Nearly every household in America was tuned in to the election feeds, and every update pointed to a loss for the Republican Party. But when the map of the states flipped red in the final hour, there were a select few who werent surprised. They had always known Trump was going to win. He was chosen for such a time as this. The prophecy had said so. This prophet, this reserved man of God, was retired firefighter Mark Taylor. The word given by the Holy Spirit was delivered on April 28, 2011 in the middle of the most debilitating sickness a man could ever experience. When the prophecy later fell into the hands of New York Times bestsellers Don and Mary Colbert, God used this new team of passionate individuals to lead the nation into a fervent prayer chain that would accomplish one of the most incredible miracles our country has ever seen. But Trumps victory was only the beginning What is coming next for the most powerful nation on earth today? Mark Taylor has more to say. In THE TRUMP PROPHECIES readers, will discover: How the Lord can and will use anyoneregardless of education, background, or healthto communicate His message to the Church of Christ. What led to the miracle of the 2016 election, the role of we the people for the will of God in the future, and what the Body of Christ needs to do to keep His blessing on our nation. How the enemy has utilized techniques of distraction to keep the Bodys focus off God and onto internal, demoralizing disputesand how this can be overcome. Astounding, world-altering changes in our US government Mark sees on the horizon. The positive message of hope and encouragement that points to fresh methods of spreading the Gospel to the lost
The chosen one? The new film that claims Trump's election was an act of God
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It was, everyone agreed, a miracle. Between graphic nightmares featuring demonic monsters and hellish flames, Taylor received a message from God in April , while he was surfing television channels. And so it came to pass, although it took another five years and a national prayer campaign. There may be repeat showings if there is demand. Given several rows of empty seats in the Regal River Ridge Stadium in Lynchburg, Virginia — a conservative evangelical heartland — that may prove unnecessary. Doug Barringer was impressed with the movie. I prayed for him through the [ election] campaign.
Even for a bottomless pit of narcissism like Donald Trump, Wednesday was an exceptional day for self-aggrandizement. Early in the day, Trump tweeted quotes from one of his more sycophantic — and unhinged — followers, Wayne Allyn Root, calling Trump the "King of Israel" and "the second coming of God. To be certain, Trump laced in just enough plausible deniability — that he might be joking, that these are just metaphors — to give his supporters grist when accusing liberals of being hysterical for being alarmed about all this. But the grim reality is that Trump is channeling — and in the first instance, directly quoting — the beliefs of evangelical conservatives, a powerful constituency that still holds enormous sway within the Republican Party. And those folks are telling Trump, regularly and in grandiose terms, that he is in fact the Chosen One and has been anointed by God to be the president at this point in time. While Trump, who worships himself and only himself, probably hasn't given much thought to the deity now or at any other time, one thing is for sure: He loves this idea that he's been chosen by the almighty to be a great leader. To be clear, white evangelical leaders don't actually compare Trump to Jesus or say he's the son of God or anything like that.
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By the time near the election , Mary Colbert Paulette Todd learns about the message and starts a national prayer chain to make God's wish of Trump becoming president come true. There are two parts of The Trump Prophecy : the narrative part about Taylor's experiences that makes up around three quarters of the film, and an interview segment with well-known speakers in the evangelical and conservative circle of the United States. Described by Vox as a depiction of Christian nationalism in the United States, The Trump Prophecy was released in a time when the idea that God was responsible for Trump winning the election was shared by several evangelical leaders like Franklin Graham , Richard Land , and Robert Jeffress. However, the film garnered negative reviews from professional critics. The Trump Prophecy 's producers denied any political motive behind the film. Nevertheless, it was viewed by some Christian experts, film critics, and Liberty University students as political propaganda. Facebook blocked ads for the film for being political, and a Liberty University student started an online petition trying to stop the film that was signed by more than 2, people.