Kris Vallotton, senior associate leader of Bethel Church and co-founder of Bethel School of Supernatural Ministry in Redding, California says God wants President Donald Trump to have another term in office and is going to end the impeachment process in a way that’s “not gonna be pretty.”
“I believe that the Lord is gonna step into the impeachment process. I mean I know it’s gonna happen. It’s not gonna be pretty but it’s gonna be over. Because the Lord is making a decree,” Vallotton declared in a prophetic word during a recent message billed “Sovereign Providence,” posted to the church’s website on Dec. 8.
On Wednesday, President Trump faces becoming the third president in American history to be formally charged with impeachment.
Vallotton, who described “sovereign providence” as a season when God decides to simply take over, said the current political climate is ripe for such a move.
“This is not about politics. I’m so sorry if it feels that way. I know how it could. Everybody in the front row knows me. It’s not about politics. If the Lord gave me this word about President Obama I would stand here and give it and I have done so before. This decree, the Lord is gonna step in sovereignly. He’s gonna bring it to a close. And it’s gonna be ugly but it’s gonna be the Lord,” Vallotton said.
“And I believe the Lord’s gonna give him [President Trump] another term. I believe it because … the Lord wants it. Cause the Lord wants it,” he said.
He said even though people may not fully understand why God would want to keep Trump in office they should just trust that there is a greater plan.
“Listen. Here’s what I’ve learned in my 14 years of being in D.C. Put your head down. Listen. Keep going. Put your head down. Listen. Keep going. Because trying to figure it all out when you’re in the middle of it is way too confusing for humans,” he explained.
“You don’t wanna be the one resisting a movement at this time. You can in grace-filled times because there’s lots of latitude. I just know we all live in tons of latitude. We’ve all got it really wrong and God just brings it around and we’re like, God’s so good. But then there are these moments when God says ‘get out of the way.’ And suddenly you realize, I don’t have an angry God, but sometimes God gets angry,” he said.
Vallotton started his message pointing out three recent prophecies he got from God.
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SOURCE: Christian Post, Leonardo Blair