Paula White:  The woman who brought Christ to Donald T-RUMP,  became the White House  Personal Representative to The Presidents Ecumenical Council.   We Compared it to Whomever Introduced 
Himmler and Goebbels to Adolf Hitler  —  Selected because of her good looks, great ass-essments and  plays T-RUMPS game well.  

The Spiritual Advisory Committee Of Prosperity Gospel Crooks, Headed by Paula White plus about thirty-three extras showed up At the White House for a luncheon and photo-op of course for the president.

Since the Evangelicals are part of his base voters… this insures those nuts see his power.  And It will take all thirty-three to save him.  

Unfortunately it failed…  Hell will be a busy place this year…. He failed a second time. Our president is just too far gone to be saved.  Jesus was seen running from the building


Photo by Lucifer Mestopheles Welcoming Committee


SIDEBAR: Due to the fact that Donald T-RUMP has so many faults like corruption, stealing, lieing, misogamist  narcissist, liar, prostitution, extortion, venality, depravity, fraudulence, baseness, degradation, denigration, bribery, fraud, dishonesty, profiteering, prejudice, hatred, white suprematism, and nepotism…  

Jesus overlooking the T-rump exorcism suggested he call Lucifer Mestopheles for his next job and he could place Donald  possibly as the titular head of the Gargoyle section because of his management skills and successes.  He then hastily departed the White House running through the West Gate hailing a cab

The Presidents Pick - Paula White - Just Another Liar And Fraud, One of the Worst

And they went their separate way spreading the Gospel, of Grief as it is not what the Lord wanted.  Don’t tell me what a good person you are when its obvious whom you hang with.  Bragging about being TRUMPS pastor.  I would not go there but she spreads crap like she owned the manure factory….Don’t go there.

She supports a known liar, with  26,000 Politicos, a new record for lies a thief, a crook in business, a bigot, a womanizer with soon to be announced twenty-two claims from women against him in addition to Stormy Daniels and the Playmate,  a business cheat with 3500 lawsuits costing millions,  basically ignorant of the laws and traditions of our nation.   

And his handling and he is to blame of COVID -19,  will kill 1,000,000 Americans by February’s end.  890,000 have already passed.

RANDY WHITE — AND PAULA WHITE — ACCORDING TO AVVO… is an online marketplace for legal services, that provides lawyer referrals and access to a database of legal information consisting primarily of previously answered questions. 

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PAST -  Randy and Paula White—The White’s ministry brought in millions each year, and they own million dollar homes across the country (including one in T-RUMP Tower). The couple has been under constant scrutiny for mismanagement of church funds, and they recently got divorced, further complicating matters for the ministry.

FAILED TO RESPOND  —  At last check, they also failed to provide the Senate with all requested records.  We left out the parts about a lot of things that weren’t above board.  Paula and Randy divorced, Paula remarried a rocker, Jonathan Cain. Fooled around with Benny Hinn for a while… he went back to his wife…

SIDEBAR:  She wrote to the press about T-rump and immigration  with a Warning:  This is the biggest most disgusting statement insult by any pastor… she is a fake, a fraud and fits in well with the other crooks. 

PAUL WHITES STATEMENT  —   Televangelist, evangelical pastor, and spiritual adviser to Donald Trump Paula White would like the world to know  “ that not only are the undocumented children imprisoned in federal detention facilities actually doing quite well for themselves, but Jesus Christ himself probably would have wanted them locked up”.     Today 534 young children do not have mothers anymore and 8-10 died while imprisoned in cages.  

Excuse me, a pastor with no compassion, who does this fake bitch think she is… not exactly spoken like a true believer and fraud just like the other schmuck in the picture who displaced thousands of children and their mothers some of whom cannot be located… tragic, inhuman.

In an interview with the Christian Broadcast Network this week, White—who serves as a member of Trump’s Spiritual Advisory Committee—described her recent visit to the Youth For Tomorrow child detention center in Bristow, VA, which has housed both unaccompanied immigrant children as well as those torn from their families under the administration’s separation policy. 

“It is beyond phenomenal,” White gushed. “Not just three square meals but psychiatric care, clinician, medical care, chapel, events, schooling, language, love.”  

Wow, sounds like a great place!... for a children’s prison. (In nearby Staunton, VA, for instance, immigrant teens at a different facility have alleged years of physical, and mental abuse.)  When asked whether her visit called to mind any biblical scripture, White made one hell of a pivot: 

I think so many people have taken biblical scriptures out of context on this, to say stuff like, ‘Well, Jesus was a refugee.’ Yes, He did live in Egypt for three-and-a-half years. But it was not illegal. If He had broken the law then He would have been sinful and He would not have been our Messiah. 

Ah yes, noted rule-follower Jesus, who was adored by the governing Romans for not rocking the boat and definitely didn’t ruffle any legal feathers. This checks out. 

White concluded her interview by insisting that having seen children locked in a detention facility, she’s come to the inescapable conclusion that we’re on the right track.  “If we are going to be compassionate, we have to have stricter border security and laws,” White said. 

This is who Donald Trump listens to when it comes to spiritual matters. Explains a lot, doesn’t it?

He is the closest thing to Hitler and Lenin rolled into one combined with a form of dementia.  Just listen to him speak, he knows not of what he says, he reads the psychotic drivel written  by Steven Miller who should have been committed ten minutes after his birth or at least thrown away with the umbilical cord.

HER MOUTH RUNS FASTER THAN HER BRAIN — SHE IS A — BIBLE BABBLER  —  “We come against the marine kingdom, we come against the animal kingdom,” said White, eyes closed. “We declare that any strange winds — any strange winds that have been sent to hurt the church, sent against this nation, sent against our president, sent against myself, sent against others — we break it by the superior blood of Jesus right now.”

She also condemned “any hex, any spell, any witchcraft, any spirit of control, any Jezebel,” and “anything that the enemy desires through spells,” according to the footage.

Impassioned rhetoric is one of White’s calling cards. She has used the same type of language in numerous rallies and public events, including a reelection rally for Trump in June.

But it is almost unheard of for a leader of an evangelical church to call for the death of unborn babies in any context. The belief in the right to life and opposition to abortion rights are paramount political issues for religious conservatives, and defections from those stances are rare, even in metaphor.  Thats because she is a fraud and most Evangelicals are naive and many quite stupid so they listen to her and since T-RUMP is quite stupid it makes great Photo-ops.  Last time T-RUMP looked at the bible was when he was being circumcised…

She led T-RUMP to Christ: The rise of the televangelist who advises the White House

An October 2018 article from Christianity Today, the country’s flagship evangelical magazine, offered a list of recommendations for pastors to help grieving couples cope with the loss of a baby. “Grieving parents need to know that their friends and church family care about them,” the article read.  A post last year on the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association website also offered supportive words for mothers who have miscarried.

Miscarriages are the most common type of pregnancy loss, occurring in 10 to 20 percent of all pregnancies. The causes can vary: chromosomal abnormalities, infections, substance abuse. In the United States, medical professionals define a miscarriage as the death of an embryo or fetus before the 20th week of pregnancy. The loss of a baby after the 20th week is a stillbirth.

White has been in Trump’s orbit for years, sticking close to him as he has embraced the evangelical movement, an essential part of his support base.

The pair first spoke in the early 2000s when Trump called her with glowing reviews of her televised sermon, The Washington Post Magazine has reported. Focus on the Family founder James Dobson later credited White as having “personally led [Trump] to Christ."

White said she was aware of Trump’s presidential ambitions long before he ran. She told The Post in 2017 that Trump reached out to her in 2011 for advice on a White House bid. “I don’t feel it’s the right timing,” she said she told him.

When he did decide to run, White was involved with the campaign, at one point helping orchestrate a meeting with hundreds of evangelical leaders. And when Trump was inaugurated, White was one of six clergy members who spoke at the ceremony.

In October, she joined the White House in an official capacity, advising the president’s Faith and Opportunity Initiative and handling outreach to religious groups.

In modern terms we refer to it as the Coyote being hired to watch the Chicken Coop…


WHO SHE IS  —  Paula Michelle White-Cain  (April 20, 1966 ), better known as Paula White, is a Pentecostal Christian televangelist. She is the self proclaimed Senior Pastor of New Destiny Christian Center in Apopka, Florida (near Orlando), a non-denominational, multi-cultural church whose membership ranges in the thousands. 

She hosts a television show, Paula White Today. She was the co-pastor of Without Walls International Church in Tampa, a church she co-founded with pastor and then-husband Randy White.  Randy is gone now.

White is the personal minister to Donald Trump, and will chair the Evangelical Advisory Board in his Presidential administration. Makes sense to me, birds of a feather drag the flock together.   She became the first woman to deliver a prayer at a presidential inauguration on January 20, 2017, delivering the invocation.   

White’s first marriage was as a teenager to the father of her son, Dean Knight.  In 1984, while living in Maryland with her newborn baby, she converted to Christianity.  Her marriage ended soon after.

According to the book Holy Mavericks, a turning point in White's life was meeting Randy White, a third-generation preacher in the Church of God denomination, in 1981. White had divorced his first wife and was in the early stages of reviving his career as a preacher and evangelist. 

They met while he was visiting the church where White volunteered as a janitor. They became friends and dated for several months, working together in ministry projects. Less than a year after meeting, Randy proposed during a tour to Israel and she accepted. Shortly thereafter they moved from Maryland to Tampa, Florida.

On August 23, 2007, Randy White announced to the Without Walls International Church congregation that he and Paula were divorcing. According to The Christian Post, White says the divorce was amicable and they remain friends.

On April 27, 2015, Paula married rock musician Jonathan Cain of Journey fame.


WITHOUT WALLS  WITH RANDY WHITE  —  Without Walls International Church, originally named South Tampa Christian Center, was founded in Tampa, Florida, by the then-couple Paula and Randy White in 1991.  

•  The church struggled financially at first, and it could not afford to pay Randy and Paula White a salary for the first two years. As a result, Randy and Paula lived on government assistance and the kindness of others. Soon the church began to grow quickly through the various outreach programs. 

•  From 1991 to 1998, the church changed locations three times until they secured the property located at 2511 North Grady Avenue in Tampa, and changed the name of the church to Without Walls International Church

•  While the church was holding services in an outdoor tent in 1999, they reported 5,000 attendees a week and 10,000 ministered to outside of the church with 230 outreach ministries.

•  Without Walls International Church then purchased the property next to them at 3860 West Columbus Drive expanding their Tampa campus. The property acquired was a Canada Dry warehouse which they remodeled, and was the main sanctuary for the church until September 2014.

•  In 2002, Without Walls International Church began to expand to its second location in Lakeland, Florida. At this time, the church reported 14,000 members and 200 ministries including job training, evangelism among public housing projects and a teen club. Without Walls International Church also began to hold Saturday night services at Carpenter’s Home Church in Lakeland renting the property.

•  Carpenter’s Home Church would later on be purchased by Without Walls International Church in 2005 for $8 million renaming the church to Without Walls Central Church. 

•  In 2004, Without Walls International Church reported a congregation of 20,000 as the largest congregation in the area making the church the seventh largest church in the United States.

•  On July 12, 2009, Paula White became the senior pastor of the church she co-founded, Without Walls International Church, replacing her former husband Randy White, who stated that he was stepping down as pastor due to health reasons and would still remain connected with the church in a different position.

On January 1, 2011, following the resignation of Scott Thomas, White became the senior pastor of Without Walls Central Church in Lakeland, Florida, making her the pastor of both church locations.

•  However, later that year, both senior pastor positions were restored to pastor Randy White. Paula White is no longer associated with Without Walls International Church.

•  On November 6, 2007, United States senator Chuck Grassley of Iowa announced an investigation of Without Walls International Church by the United States Senate Committee on Finance along with five other ministries.  Grassley asked the ministries to divulge financial information.  When CBS News reported the story, Paula White’s ministry denied any wrongdoing, and on March 31, 2008, the Senate Finance Committee received a joint financial report from Without Walls International Church and Paula White Ministries.   Without Walls International Church was one of four ministries that refused to provide the full information Senator Grassley requested.

•  On January 6, 2011, Senator Grassley concluded the three-year investigation with no penalties and no definitive findings of wrongdoing.  The Alliance Defense Fund protested the investigation and the National Religious Broadcasters said the questions Senator Grassley asked were too broad.  The Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability plans to create a national commission in response to the Grassley report to lead a review on accountability and policy. The conclusion of the investigation was that Without Walls International Church was cleared.

•  Senator Grassley knows the values of the Fake Church Prosperity Pastors for his Evangelical voters and the whole investigation was considered by many to be a sham.

•  On July 12, 2009, Randy White resigned as pastor and bishop of Without Walls International Church, and Paula White, his ex-wife, was named the successor. Randy White states he was stepping down as pastor because of health and would still remain connected with the church in a different position. That didn’t last long, since then he has returned as senior pastor once again at Without Walls International Church.


PAULA WHITE  MINISTRIES  —  White recorded the first broadcast of Paula White Today in December 2001 and, by 2006, her show appeared on nine television networks, including Trinity Broadcast Network, Daystar, and Black Entertainment Television, Ebony magazine said of White, "You know you're on to something new and significant when the most popular woman preacher on the Black Entertainment Network is a white woman."

White considers T.D. Jakes her spiritual father. Jakes invited her to speak at his "Woman Thou Art Loosed" conference in 2000. She also participated in the Mega Fest, hosted by Jakes in Atlanta, in 2004, 2005 and 2008.

White has ministered to some well-known people including Michael Jackson, Gary Sheffield, and Darryl Strawberry. She was the personal pastor to Darryl Strawberry, starting in 2003 following Strawberry’s release from prison for cocaine possession. Charisse Strawberry,  Darryl Strawberry’s wife at that time, worked as an assistant to White, accompanying her on speaking engagements. She is the “Personal life coach" of Tyra Banks and appeared on her show, the Tyra Banks Show, in an episode concerning promiscuity on October 4, 2006.

White has been a personal minister to Donald Trump who discovered White by watching her TV show. Trump would often bring her to Atlantic City for private Bible studies, Donald TRUMP bible studies?  Who is kidding who?  And he has appeared on her television show.  

White was credited in June 2016 by James Dobson as having converted Trump to Christianity.  What was he before hand, a Communist, Leninist, Nazi, Agnostic, Atheist  and a Sexual pervert.  White was part of Trump’s Evangelical Advisory Board during his campaign for US President, and provided the invocation prayer during Trump’s inauguration ceremony. The subject with assistance from her own ministry board advisor, Jack Graham (pastor), have an ongoing spiritual role towards President Trump.  White was a 2009 Trumpet Awards Honoree.

New Destiny Christian Center - On December 31, 2011, the board of New Destiny Christian Church in Apopka, Florida, announced they had appointed Paula White to succeed Zachery Tims as the new senior pastor.  New Destiny Christian Center had been searching for his replacement since Tims’ death in August 2011.  Tims’ ex-wife Riva filed a lawsuit against the Board of Directors, but quickly dropped it, citing a hold harmless clause in her 2009 marital settlement agreement.  Upon hearing of the controversy, Paula White addressed New Destiny Christian Center during a service she was leading. “I’m not asking you to like me. I’m not asking you to love me or respect me, because I’ll do the work to earn that. I always ask people to give me one year of your life and I promise you will be changed.”  On January 1, 2012, Paula White officially became the Senior Pastor for New Destiny Christian Center in Apopka, Florida.


PAULA WHITE  — A SURVIVOR ?  —  The three-day Pastors and Leadership Conference, hosted by Bishop T.D. Jakes, kicked off  in Orlando with Pastor Paula White: preacher, motivational speaker, author, TV personality and co-founder of Without Walls International Church.

White started off by letting everybody know that she got her “bounce” back!   Paula raised the praise by confessing, “I came to put every devil on notice … I’m getting my dream back, I’m getting my prophesy back, I’m getting my vision back, I’m getting my anointing back, I’m getting my strength back.”

White, who calls herself the “former messed up Mississippi girl,” let the audience know that she would be “very vulnerable and very open” that night. White took off her mask and shared about all the scandals dating back to 2004; when a nine-year investigation was launched by the IRS in into the personal and organizational finances of White and her then husband, Randy.

The following years brought White face to face, challenge after challenge; to the point where she wanted to quit. “You can handle something if it’s for a short season. But how do I praise Him when my days turn into weeks and my weeks turn into months and my months turn into years and my years turn into decades?” she said. “How do I praise Him under that continual pressure? That kind of pressure wears you out.”

White kept it real and addressed all the tests that God had allowed her to go through such as a divorce, alleged affair with televangelist Benny Hinn, a stroke, an addiction to the prescription medication she was given following her stroke and how her church staff split in the middle; with some turning on the Whites and going to the media. She continued with family problems that started when she found out that her son had a drug addiction and was sexually abused by another male at a staff member’s house. Also, White had to deal with the pain of her daughter, Kristen, battling brain cancer; in which she died at age 30 in 2008.

In addition to all of this, White was still expected to preach, prophesized and fulfill her role in the church. It was “that kind of pressure” and “in a really weak moment” that she and her husband made the decision to divorce in 2007. The split was amicable.

Even after her divorce, the trials continued. Last summer, White and televangelist Benny Hinn were pictured in The National Enquirer leaving a hotel in Rome holding hands. They were accused of having an affair and being engaged. White flatly denied that she ever had an affair on Thursday and said, “They’re going to talk about you and write … because it sells ragtag magazines,” she said. “They’re going to lie on you but God’s going to tell you to keep your mouth shut.”

When  White’s long, emotional testimony was over; support and applause from thousands of pastors in filled the place. White is a walking testimony that what the devil meant for bad, God turned it in to good.   

NOTE:   Well, thats debatable, are people really that gullible to fall for this sh*t?  Many thought she could take lessons from Stormy Daniels , a friend of T-RUMP and really knock the socks off the audience...  many consider her a fraud, but she is loved by the stupid ones...hmmm many are T-RUMP supporters, birds of a feather. 




These are the end times for the presidency of Donald Trump and the White House role for his spiritual advisor, Paula White. Their futures are bound together and both have made clear that they will fight to the end, and maybe beyond. During the second night of a post-election prayer marathon White’s son, Pastor Brad Knight thanked God, perhaps prematurely, for “securing her position for the next four years. 

Her Position Should Be In Prison For Bilking People  —  And therefore the position of your people, the voice of your people.”During the nightly prayer broadcast, Paula White and fellow prayer warriors called on God to smite the president’s enemies—his political opponents, anyone standing in the way of a second term, and anyone interfering with their vision of national and global dominion. 

Smite His Enemies …All 81 Million Who Voted Against Him  —  The first night generated so much press coverage following the release of clips by Right Wing Watch (and mocking memes that trended on Twitter) that Paula White Ministries took down the video. But because of this, they knew that the whole world would be watching on the second night of their Pray for the Nation broadcasts. 

On the first night, White and members of her staff, notably Pastor Todd Lamphere, and her son, Pastor Brad Knight, engaged in imprecatory prayer against the “demonic confederacies” they believe were arrayed against them, and against Trump’s reelection. 

Peter Montgomery reported that Knight, who casts himself as a “warrior” in the mold of the biblical king David, and holding earthly authority due to his “apostolic mantle,” prayed for God to act—while blurring the person of Jesus and Donald T-RUMP in his prayers.

Right now, everything in opposition to that must fall. Everything in opposition to Paula White-Cain must fall. Everything in opposition to Bradley Knight must fall. Everything in opposition to this house and the people in it must fall. And God, we standing here [sic] knowing that it will also speak against that which has risen up against America. 

And that everything that has come in opposition to the man that you have chosen, the man that you have elected, the man that your hand is behind, the man that you’re pleased with, the man that you pulled out of the midst of darkness and elevated, the man who made a mockery of the things of this world. And will do it again. God, we call you out now, and nothing against him shall prosper. Nothing that rises against him shall succeed.

Paula White claimed that “demonic” elements are seeking to “hijack the will of God, to hijack what God has already established in the Earth.” She asked God to “take vengeance.” 

GOD Should Send Her and Donald T-RUMP To Hell Where They Both Belong — 

“For every enemy that is aligned against you,” she prayed, “let there be, that we would strike the ground.”  White tweeted a further call to imprecatory prayer:   “I ask you to pray fervently, without ceasing for our nation and the election results. There is great concern that some are trying to steal this election. Let us pray to God, who knows all, to reveal truth. Pray that the enemies to God are quieted and their plans are overturned”

“Some of the ‘spiritual warfare’ enthusiasts are dangerously ramping-up their rhetoric beyond the usual hyper-spiritualized form of ‘spiritual warfare’ language as found in Ephesians 6:12,  ” Dr. André Gagné, a Professor of Theological Studies at Concordia University in Montreal told RD. “It is concerning in part because they claim that God speaks and acts through them when they speak prophetically to the Church like this.” 


From Grifter to Glitz to Government  —  If this had happened on the stage of a fringe-y evangelist somewhere, it might have been enough to keep Right watchers, scholars, and journalists up at night. But Paula White is now one of the most prominent female religious leaders in the U.S.  All the world is her stage, and she’s likely to play a growing role in American religious and public life. As an author, and as the spiritual advisor to the president of the United States, she’s as high profile a figure as exists in all of evangelicalism.

White first came to public attention as one of the most disreputable preachers of the prosperity gospel. She and fellow prosperity gospel practitioners Kenneth Copeland, Eddie Long, Creflo Dollar, and Benny Hinn were even investigated by a U.S. Senate committee in 2007 for allegedly diverting tax-exempt donations to underwrite high-flying lifestyles. The investigation of White was inconclusive because getting to the bottom of her finances turned out to be as difficult as getting Donald Trump’s tax returns. 

But the glitzy rise that featured a mansion and a private jet may be epitomized, as journalist Sarah Posner reports in Unholy: Why White Evangelicals Worship at the Altar of Donald Trump, by how she and her husband, fellow evangelist Randy White were able to afford a $3.5 million condo in Trump Tower in New York.

For a time, they were stars in the televangelical firmament. But it all unraveled in a series of scandals, including an alleged affair with Benny Hinn (which she denies), a spectacular divorce, and a lawsuit by her former church. Nevertheless, a predominantly African-American Orlando area megachurch, New Destiny Christian Center, hired her as senior pastor in 2012. 

Like Donald Trump, she’s on her third marriage, this time to former rock star Jonathan Cain, best known as the keyboardist for Journey, who with his fellow band members composed the 1981 hit “Don’t Stop Believing”—long before he met Paula White and became a believer. Cain performed the live soundtrack for the Pray for the Nation broadcasts.

T-RUMP BACKER A DEAL MADE IN HELL  —  White was one of a small group of evangelical leaders who backed T-RUMP at a time when most others had lined up with Political scumbags, Senators Ted Cruz (R-TX) or Marco Rubio (R-FL). White, Kenneth Copeland and Robert Jeffress were part of this group that met with the future president at Trump Tower in 2015. During the 2016 presidential campaign T-RUMP credited White with his conversion and becoming a  “ Baby Christian.” 

Meanwhile, White’s church was rebranded in May 2019 as City of Destiny in Apopka, Florida. At that time, White conferred the titles of Senior Co-Pastors on Brad Knight, her son from her first marriage, and his wife Rachel. She remained “Apostolic Overseer,” as she had been for years, and said she was going to plant 3,000 churches and start a university.

A longtime observer of the movement and a former Fellow at Political Research Associates, Rachel Tabachnick, told RD that White’s faith-based outreach for the Trump administration included efforts to tap into the preexisting prayer networks built by the apostles and prophets of NAR. 

She explained: “White and many other prosperity doctrine evangelists have adopted the church governance models of the New Apostolic Reformation. White began 2012 with a sermon titled “Season of Apostolic Reformation,” telling her congregation that they must align with this new order. “God is a theocracy, not a democracy,” White stated, and warned congregants to “get in, get out, or get run over.”  

This Bitch Has To Go — Having T-Rump Anywhere Near Any Church Or
Would Be An Equivalent Of Inviting Adolf Hitler To Attend
The Opening Ceremony At The Temple On The Mount At The Wailing Wall 

And To Do The Invocation For The Jewish People In Yiddish — 

Nights Of Prayer For Dominion  —  And More From An Obviously Sick Individual — On the second night of Pray for the Nation, now with a presumably larger audience due to the viral video, the theatrics were more restrained but the prayers were no less militant. White set the stage for three hours of prophetic prayer by Knight, Lamphere, and others who variously quoted from, paraphrased, and riffed off of Biblical passages. 

White said that the Church has a covenant with God, and that the “same spirit that raised Christ from the dead, dwells on the inside of us right now. As believers, you have an everlasting covenant.” Therefore, White reminded viewers and those present, throughout the evening, God speaks and acts through his Church. (15:20) “A praying person,” she says, “has power.” (21:09)

“You have to execute the will of God on earth—because God legally gave man dominion. When he said ‘let man have dominion’—he transferred it over.”

“It is illegal for God to do anything on the Earth,” she averred, “ unless he works with someone.” The someone, or someones he is talking about comprise what they call “the body of Christ,” who are empowered to gain “dominion” over the Earth and to enforce their understanding of God’s agenda. This is what many observers call Dominionism.

“We are not peripheral to the world,” she declares. “The world is peripheral to us—the Church! The Church!” She insists that God “did not give the world authority, he gave all authority in heaven and on Earth to his Church.” (1:38) 

Pastor Brad Knight claimed that many of his fellow Christians and Jews do not know God like they do. These unnamed others are said to be caught up in idolatrous “dogmas,” “doctrines,” and “catechisms.” Some of these Christians may know the Trinity and maybe something about the Reformation, but, he maintained, they are “lost.” 

“You have money. You have power. And now you want to take what you think is yours, because you were born within the realm of what we call Christianity. You were born within the realm of Israel. But I’m telling you right now that you cannot just march up to the people where God is—to the people of God—the people that spend time with God—to us, the living temple of God and take what’s ours.”

“The Lord may be your god,” Knight said; but pointing to himself added, “He is really our God.”  “We walk with God, in the presence of God,” he said softly, shaking his head. “And you have traded God for idols and you don’t even know it.”

Imprecation Nation  — These Are NAZI Christians —  Pastor Brad stepped up to claim that they “stand in proxy for the Church in America as a whole” and prayed that God:   “not let the accusations of the enemy stand, God and let not those accusations fuel the plots of kings and people in power… and parties that are not supposed to be elected… and those who are not supposed to be in positions of power.”

He reminded God that “this president moved the embassy to Jerusalem… Not even fully understanding but obeying the voice of your prophesy, God. Where everybody else said, ‘we’ll do it,’ but they ignored it once they were elected, God.”

What came next epitomizes how the views of City of Destiny are conflated with their understanding of God’s intentions and the supposed destiny of the Church, the United States, and the nation of Israel.   “We are an extension of Israel…” Pastor Brad declared. “And “every nation that rises against America and its purpose… is also rising against Israel and its purpose on the Earth. And God, you shall abort their plans of wickedness.”

Asked about Knight’s prayer, Tabachnick told RD, “The apostolic and prophetic networks that now dominate organized Christian Zionism have transitioned from more passive narratives of events to take place in the afterlife toward narratives requiring dominion over the world in this life. The political implications of this transcend the role of the U.S. alone, and engages many “nationalisms” around the world, as millions are taught an increasingly politicized interpretation of the prerequisites required for the return of Jesus and the end of the natural world.

Mow Down Democracy Like It’s A Lawn  —  White returned to the lectern, to remind God of their covenant (2:26) and to “hear the cry of the righteous and turn a deaf ear to the wicked. For you will mow down the wickedness, even as you mow down the grass, God.”  “God, we declare that you will keep the POTUS (sic) in his purpose and in his position right now.” 

“We override the will of man for the will of God, right now.”   She called on God to take down “any demonic agenda that has been released over this election,” any “fraud” and any organization that is unaligned with his purpose. “We ask for swift victory even now.” 

White went on like this until, catching herself, she looks to the camera and says “I know you will mischaracterize and try to say that I’m naming or saying this is something aligned with some political party. But I’m not. I’m dealing with spirits.”

Nevertheless, she said to anyone listening, “if you think this election is settled, you are wrong!” That was the only truth the entire evening…




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