Did a Leading Pastor Give a Prophetic Warning about Trump’s Monday from Hell?

By Michael Brown Published on August 25, 2018

This past Tuesday marked one of the most difficult days in the presidency of Donald Trump. Paul Manafort was convicted. Michael Cohen pleaded guilty. Worse still, Cohen claimed that Trump was complicit with him in committing federal crimes.

Cries for impeachment were never louder. The liberal media was positively giddy. The radical leftwing was totally unhinged. This will be the end of Trump’s presidency!

In reality, there’s substantial debate as to whether Trump committed any crimes, even if Cohen was telling the truth. And in the days that followed, some liberal leaders, including Speaker Nancy Pelosi, backed away from impeachment calls.

But there’s no doubt that this hellish Monday will haunt the president in the days to come. The question is: Did a prominent evangelical pastor predict this was coming just the day before?

John Kilpatrick came to national prominence as the pastoral leader of the Brownsville Revival (1995-2000), called by some church historians the nation’s largest local-church revival. I served in leadership with Pastor Kilpatrick from 1996-2000 as the head of our ministry school, and I know him to be a man of integrity. So this video clip got my attention when I saw it a few days ago.

He had finished preaching his sermon on Sunday, August 19, at the Church of His Presence in Alabama, when he shared this important message. Was it a direct warning about what broke loose the very next day?

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For those unfamiliar with biblical imagery, Ahab and Jezebel were notorious leaders in ancient Israel, Ahab the king and Jezebel the queen. But it was Jezebel who was more sinister, the driving force behind her husband’s sins.

It was Jezebel who killed Israel’s prophets, recognizing them as a direct threat to her authority, since she herself was a non-Israelite idol worshiper. And it is this Jezebel-type influence that John Kilpatrick calls “witchcraft.”

This is the biblical imagery used by Pastor Kilpatrick, who spoke of a new wave of attacks coming against the president as he sought to drain the swamp. Is this a genuine prophetic warning, accompanied by an urgent call to prayer? Watch, and judge for yourself.

Whatever your conclusion and whatever your view of the president, I hope we can agree that, at a time like this, the president and our nation need our prayers.

Watch here.

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  • Kevin Quillen

    We have the Bible today. Complete revelation from God. We have no need of prophets and indeed there are none today. “Prophets” cause a lot of harm to the body of Christ today. Think back about the days when “prophets” told us who the antiChrist is, that the rapture is going to happen on such and such a date, that Jesus was coming on a certain date etc.. It still happens today and is FOOLISHNESS! There is no Anti-Christ(individual), no rapture, no eternal punishment, and Jesus has already returned. If we preach and teach the truth and not man made (often for profit) doctrine, then the world will hear.

    • Rick

      The “prophets” of which you speak are actually false prophets of which Jesus spoke. Matthew 7:15. 2 Corinthians 11:13-15

    • Cody

      Obviously you have not read your Bible, perhaps what you been reading is a comic book.

    • Paul

      So is Revelation 11 a lie then?

  • Irene Neuner

    Thank you for the reminder to pray. My prayers for our President faded in the summer.

  • Tim

    I have read all of this teaching about the “Jezelbel spirit” for years! The Jezebel spirit was a demonic spirit that successfully exerted its authority before the cross, before HS was poured out on the earth.
    So… why do we consistantly have a charismatic worship service for the kingdom of darkness and partner with it by acknowledging this spirit and it’s power and influence on the earth today?? All the while while ignoring Col 2:15 and the theology of Jesus giving his followers ALL authority over the kingdom of darkness??
    Either darkness has been stripped from all weapons, authority and publically shamed and humiliated in the spirit realm or it hasn’t. If these things are true, then spiritual warfare takes on a whole new light!
    If they are not, then warring, intercession, binding, declarations, and much prayer is required to help heaven regain and fight for what Jesus blood already paid for an won for us.
    Certainly the theology of much of the Spirit Filled church requires us to war and “take authority” time and time again, even though when we received the 3rd person of the trinity to live inside of us and empower us, we supposedly received ALL authority over darkness.
    Maybe HS needs our help and is not sufficient to conquer this Jezebel spirit that is so formidable. I think NOT!!

  • m-nj

    All I needed to read was,

    “John Kilpatrick came to national prominence as the pastoral leader of the Brownsville Revival (1995-2000)”

    I remember joining others in my church to pray that this “revival” would not infest and ruin our church, even though several people from our church visited Brownsville in order to “get” the “blessing” and “bring it back to our church”… and thank the Lord He protected us.

  • Royce E. Van Blaricome

    In short, the answer is “No.” Here’s the evidence: 1) Jezebel was wicked. Elijah was God’s prophet. 2) Jezebel was the one in power. 3) Elijah was attacked for his righteousness & carrying God’s message. 4) Trump is NOT God’s prophet (he’s likely NOT even a child of God), he is the one in power, he is reaping what he sowed, and is NOT being persecuted for his obedience to God.

    So this pastor is claiming the Holy Spirit told him to give a message based on a Scripture that is NOT even applicable. There’s no indirect application Let alone a direct one. He then goes on to exhort his people there to not stumble over the word “witchcraft”. Why? Because he is extrapolating out a misunderstanding and misapplication of a different word used in 1st Sam. 15:23 for “witchcraft” where God says Rebellion is as the sin of Witchcraft. What is happening to this country and what is happening to Trump is not Witchcraft. It is simply the chickens coming home to roost. It is the promise of God coming to pass. One will reap what they sow.

    Lastly, the pastor violates Scripture in his sermon with his supposed “speaking in tongues.” He not only violates it himself but then exhorts and encourages others to do so as well. SO, this ‘pastor’ is encouraging his sheep to sin!! Several aspects of 1st Cor. 14 are violated but, perhaps, here is the clearest: “If any speak in a tongue, let there be only two or at most three, and each in turn, and let someone interpret.” (1st Cor. 14:27) CLEARLY there are more than 2 or 3 speaking at one time, not in turn, and NO one is interpreting.

    He goes on to say, “The very soul of this country is at stake, Lord.” That right THERE is the focus of this message. NOT God. First off, countries don’t have a “soul”. Secondly, that statement comes outta idolatry. Expose the shadow spirits and government? Really? Are you kidding me? With the evil and utter wickedness that is in your face today like never before this guy really thinks people don’t see it? Has he not spent any time on social media? People not only see it, they relish in it!!

    So, it’s obvious this guy is in the Flesh & this message is from the Flesh and not from the Spirit. One other piece of evidence is that I well imagine most folks watching that video and the crowd of people “praying” would say they’re nuts. If, therefore, the whole church comes together and all speak in tongues, and outsiders or unbelievers enter, will they not say that you are out of your minds?” (1st Cor. 14:23)

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