During The Jim Bakker Show this Tuesday, Jim Bakker interviewed pastor Robert Henderson, who claims to have lobbied the “courts of heaven” to help Donald Trump get elected president. So naturally, according to Henderson, anyone who advocates for Trump to be impeached is actually going against God himself.
According to Henderson, Trump was “God’s choice.”
“They can try all day long to remove him, they will not remove him. God said, ‘I set him as the president,’ and they can fight, and they can curse, and they can do all that they want; the problem is that they’re fighting against God,” Henderson said in a video clip flagged by Right Wing Watch.
The pastor was on Bakker’s show to promote his book, Prayers and Declarations that Open the Courts of Heaven, where he claims that the “legal battles that take place in Heaven’s Courtrooms often delay our requests from coming to pass.”
According to its description on Amazon, the book is a “practical prayer guide” that will “arm you with powerful prayers and declarations that bring you into the courts of Heaven. This easy-to-use book will help you enter into Heaven’s Courts to present your cases before the Lord.”
Henderson went on to recount a dream he had in March of 2016, where then-candidate Trump called him on the phone and asked him to hold a “conference” with God in order to give him an edge in the race for president.
“And so I did that,” Henderson declared.
“We stood in the courts of heaven, in the council of the Lord, and in that council, God told me to make a decree out of James 1:11, which is, ‘All flesh is as grass, and flower is as the glory of the grass,'” Henderson continued. “And he said to me, ‘Here’s what I want you to do, as you stand here, I want you to decree that Hillary Clinton’s campaign is as grass and that she is as the flower of the grass, and the burning, searing, exposing heat of God will come and bring exposure, and she will wither away and Donald Trump will be the president of the United States.’”
Watch the video below, via Right Wing Watch:
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