Donald Trump Declares His Favorite Book Is ‘the Bible;’ Prophet Says God Told Him Billionaire Is His ‘Trumpet’ to America
By: Leonardo Blair
While the right-wing appears to be torn on the idea of Donald Trump campaigning for presidency, it’s undeniable that the boisterous tycoon-turned-politician has garnered focus on imminent issues threatening the U.S. like only he can.
Bolstering hard-hitting topics like Christian persecution and illegal immigration, the big wig has used his gritty and often crude mannerism to bring attention to himself and hairy topics. However, regardless of his rough edges, it’s hard not to admit that the vociferous personality is waking up America to dangers of which our current administration has been complacent for far too long.
Gaining popularity with a large percentage of right-wingers for his straight-forward comments on Christian persecution by ISIS, Trump has appointed himself as the voice of the Christian majority.
“The Christians are being treated horribly because we have nobody to represent the Christians,” Trump told CBN’s David Brody. “Believe me, if I run and I win, I will be the greatest representative of the Christians they’ve had in a long time.”
Although Trump’s claim has evoked mixed emotions from both political sides, one Florida preacher has a message about the 70-year-old business mogul that he believes is a warning straight from God.
Jeremiah Johnson, pastor of Behold the Man Ministries, has announced that, while he doesn’t particularly support Trump, God is using him for a very special purpose, the Christian Post reports.
“I was in a time of prayer several weeks ago when God began to speak to me concerning the destiny of Donald Trump in America,” Johnson noted on his website.
“The Holy Spirit spoke to me and said, ‘Trump shall become My trumpet to the American people, for he possesses qualities that are even hard to find in My people these days. Trump does not fear man nor will he allow deception and lies to go unnoticed. I am going to use him to expose darkness and perversion in America like never before. But you must understand that he is like a bull in a china closet,’” Johnson said God told him.
Johnson assures that he has no political intentions, and that the strange message was given to him apart from his personal convictions.
“Many will want to throw him away because he will disturb their sense of peace and tranquility, but you must listen through the bantering to discover the truth that I will speak through him. I will use the wealth that I have given him to expose and launch investigations searching for the truth. Just as I raised up Cyrus to fulfill My purposes and plans, so have I raised up Trump to fulfill my purposes and plans prior to the 2016 election,” he continued, recounting what he claims God revealed during prayer.
“You must listen to the trumpet very closely for he will sound the alarm and many will be blessed because of his compassion and mercy. Though many see the outward pride and arrogance, I have given him the tender heart of a father that wants to lend a helping hand to the poor and the needy, to the foreigner and the stranger,” Johnson’s statement ended.
Johnson concludes that he won’t attempt to change the message he was given, and although he wasn’t sure what position God has for Trump in the future, he stands by every word.
Johnson added on his website that he absolutely does not say:
1. Donald Trump will be the next U.S. President.
2. Donald Trump will be the GOP nominee.
3. That I (Jeremiah Johnson) personally support and endorse Donald Trump’s personal moral decisions or anything he has publicly said regarding politics (including the past).
4. Donald Trump is a devout Christian and His life aligns with biblical principles.
Whether you plan on voting for Trump or not, and regardless if you believe Johnson’s message is indeed from God, we can certainly hope that this Trump puts his words into action and uses his new, popular platform to not only bring awareness to the Islamic State’s inhumanity, but to prompt more effort towards the rescuing of persecuted Christians.