Christian ‘prophet’ uses God’s authority to declare the coronavirus ‘illegal’ on earth

Christian “prophet” Cindy Jacobs has some bad news for the coronavirus that’s taken the world by storm over the past month. Jacobs, who’s also an author, is noted for some of her unusual opinions. In 2018, she noted God was going to give Kim Jong Un a holy smackdown “unless he turns his heart to the Lord.” She added that his days as a dictator were numbered and that “God was going to deal with Kim Jong Un.” She’s also notorious for her dislike of LGBTQ people.

But this time, in front of an enthusiastic audience, she turned her focus to the coronavirus.

“We’re going to decree that the coronavirus will cease worldwide,” she declared.  “Now, what’s gonna happen? I don’t know if everybody will get healed. I don’t know — if we’re praying, we pray for vaccines. We pray for Israel, we pray they have vaccines. We have people interceding across the face of the Earth.”

She added that the intercessor movement has gone big.

“Listen, intercessors have been going to Wallstreet. I mean, this has been all over, I have to tell you. Intercessors are on this. I just want to thank you intercessors in the world. You haven’t slept through this. You have been very, very active. And we’re gonna ask what God will do to those affected. We want comfort for those who have lost family members, but especially pray we are if I’m down in the Seattle area because we know that there’s more deaths going on there.”

Next on her agenda? A prayer.

“And so Father, in the name of Jesus, you have promised we have all authority, not some authority. You have promised that we are seated with you in heavenly places, so we take from room authority and we bring that into the situation of the coronavirus, and we say, in the name of Jesus, ‘Virus, you are illegal. This is God’s Earth.”

Here’s the clip below, provided by Right Wing Watch.

Megan Hamilton

Megan Hamilton has traveled extensively throughout the Southern United States, Mexico, and parts of Central America. A lifelong atheist, these travels have informed her political views. She currently lives in a remote location with a large herd of cats and four dogs.