Watchman’s Warning: Supporters of Trump Believe He Is God. He’s Not Who You Thank He Is, and Time Will Prove The Point. Tribulation Moving at Warp Speed

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Watch out: Trump supporters believe Trump is God. Time Will Show He's Not Who You Thank. Tribulation: warp speed.

The self-proclaimed prophets who believe former President Donald Trump is the greatest thing since sliced bread and follow the “Make America Great Again” doctrine are getting wilder and continue to portray Trump as a savior who led the US to the promised land.

This Trump adulation and devotion has been written about numerous times. The rock song “Cult of Personality” by Living Colour describes a cult of personality. I don't endorse the band or the song, but the words are so relevant to what we're talking about now, especially concerning Trump, as can be heard:

Trump adulation is extreme and fits the cult of personality category. As previously reported on The WinePress, Trump's blasphemies, including endorsing an AI-generated post that calls him "the Shepherd of mankind, who will neither leave nor forsake them"—a title and description for Jesus Christ (Hebrews 13:5–6, 9–20), are just disgusting. Type it out is so disgusting I want to throw up.

Leaving aside all the things that show Trump as an anti-establishment outsider fighting globalists and draining the swamp (which conservative, alt, and MAGA media rarely acknowledge), from his warmongering and continuation of military industrial complex criminality; the COVID War and his involvement with it; his continued lies about the ‘booming economy;’ his blatant deep state and globalist connections; etc.,

A large portion of Trump fans venerate him like a god. With this, there is a group of false prophets I call the "MAGA prophets," who constantly take the Lord's name in vain and make false prophecies, especially about Trump.

The litany of bizarre forecasts and predictions by these folks is too long to enumerate, but I want to emphasize how crazier they are becoming.

This false prophet claimed on a webcast today that Trump owns the Ark of the Covenant in Mar-a-Lago. Yes, you read correctly. The latest Pete Santilli Show on Rumble and Infowars' presented this zinger as truth. The video is called “The World Will Soon Discover Why Trump Has The Ark Of The Covenant.”

Pete showed a picture of this lady standing next to a supposed repolica of the Ark of the Covenant, and the guest, Donne Clement Petruska, claimed that she saw this at Mar-a-Lago. Pete claims that Israel gave President Trump a replica of the real thing, and this represents that the Jews in Israel are preparing to build the third temple. Petruska says that her father prophesized many times of a parallel blessing that God would send on both America and Israel.

The picture of the Ark Trump apparently owns, with Laura Loomer, a prominent Trump activist, standing next to it.
Here is another one with James O’Keefe standing next to it.

This imitation of the Ark was only heavily talked about in very pro-MAGA and Qanon circles, which is usually a good indicator that it’s just propaganda and nonsense. But apparently, this was purportedly created by an avid supporter of Trump and it was displayed at Mar-a-Lago during a dinner party; thus, if true, it proves once again the absolute blasphemy of Trump, and the sacrilege his diehard prostyles are willing to commit for him, and Trump’s willingness to display it. SEE: The Golden Idol: A Golden Statue Of Donald Trump Is Displayed At CPAC

This YouTuber claims that Trump is the antichrist, which I disagree with very much. Trump is AN antichrist, no doubt, but NOT the antichrist (2 John 7-11).

So, who is this Ms. Petruska? Well, she is apart of a ministry called House of Destiny, founded by her dad Kim Clement. The “church” wants to encourage you to “achieve your destiny,” according to their website. Furthermore, on their statement of faith, the church believes:

We do not bring discrimination or judgment, but inspire hope through an uplifting message, bringing restoration to life and the future, and often healing from the past.

We want to help you grow in your relationship with God and learn to recognize His destiny for your life. By finding your destiny, you leave a legacy. “You’re somewhere in the future and you look much better than you look right now.” – Kim Clement

We want to activate your faith so that you can fulfill God’s great destiny in your life. Your destiny is to leave a legacy, and legacy is influence.

So, basically it’s just a spin on the American gospel of health, wealth, prosperity, self-help, and all this name it and claim it, new age garbage.

I had never heard of these people, but when this information was sent to my inbox today someone graciously linked the ridiculous and heretical beliefs of these people, and the myriad of false prophecies of Clement Kim.

For example, in 2015, one year before his death in 2016, Kim tweeted that people do NOT need to be born again:

Even though Jesus said, “[3] Verily, verily, I say unto thee, Except a man be born again, he cannot see the kingdom of God. [7] Marvel not that I said unto thee, Ye must be born again” (John 3:3, 7), this “prophet” of God says otherwise. Well, I can assure you he knows a LOT better now!

An entire book has been written about Kim Clement, his false doctrine and his many false prophecies. A snippet from the book by Christopher J. E. Johnson has this to say:

Did you know that Kim Clement prophesied that Barack Obama would be baptized by the Holy Spirit in the summer of 2010, and that he would change all his presidential policies to richly bless Americans? Did you know that Clement prophesied that rap artist Eminem, author Stephen King, and media tycoon Rupert Murdoch would all become Christian evangelists by the end of 2006? Did you know that he prophesied in 2007 that Bill Gates would do the works of evangelism by giving a bunch of his money to fund churches? Did you know that he prophesied that Rudy Giuliani would become President of the United States in 2008?

After his death in 2016, Clement’s popularity started picking up steam, and he was being hailed by more and more people as a “true” prophet based on his alleged 2014 “prediction” that Donald Trump would become President of the United States (POTUS). The following image (i.e. a screenshot from a YouTube video) depicts Clement allegedly “prophesying” with a fancy background effect that was made by a man promoting Clement’s prophecies, and it is a picture of Donald Trump (wearing a military uniform), while the audio and video of Clement plays in the foreground, supposedly “predicting” Trump becoming President of the United States (POTUS), but as you read Clement’s quoted “prophecy” below, please notice that Donald Trump is NEVER mentioned, nor was any timeframe mentioned:

You can read the whole thing here, but I think you get the gist.

I just thought I’d mention this whole story to demonstrate the insanity of these people who worship Trump, and keep claiming that he is some chosen vessel of God to restore America, and usher in a thousand years of peace or some other nonsense I’ve heard come for that camp.

SEE: Operation “Trust:” The 100-Year-Old Psy-op Repackaged As Qanon

The even sadder part is that people ACTUALLY take this nonsense seriously…

Source: WinePress


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