In January, Christians saw evil reign in parts of the country. In New York, Governor Andrew Cuomo signed into effect a full-term abortion law that allows for aborting babies on their due date. He had his state lit up in pink to celebrate.
Days later, Virginia Governor Ralph Northam defended the possible law to abort babies in the birth canal during labor and even let them die after delivery if the mother wished. It's evil, and Vice President Mike Pence rightly called it "infanticide."
Pence encouraged Americans that the cruel beliefs of these anti-life leaders are not in keeping with the majority of Americans. So why the sudden push for more gruesome abortion laws? Many point to Democrats' fear that pro-life President Trump will try to overturn Roe v. Wade through a conservative Supreme Court.
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, 85, has been very sick lately, and liberals fear that Trump will soon be able to put yet another conservative on the bench. So Democrats are gearing up: trying to use state power to protect and even further abortion laws as well as trying to push forward very progressive, pro-abortion candidates for 2020.
If the country elected a Democrat in the next round, the retaliation towards the conservative and pro-life measures that Trump worked for could all be thrashed. That candidate could enact gross measures of abortion regulation, LGBT ideology, and open borders. That prospective future is many Americans' worst nightmare.
But a 2007 prophecy by a respected prophet, Kim Clement (since deceased), has Christians hopeful. In Scottsdale, Arizona, Feb. 10, 2007, years before Trump's campaign, Clement said, "There will be a praying president, not a religious one. 'For I will fool the people,' says the Lord. 'I will fool the people. Yes, I will.'
"God says, 'The one that is chosen shall go in, and they shall say, "He has hot blood." For the Spirit of God says, 'Yes, he may have hot blood, but he will bring the walls of protection on this country in a greater way and the economy of this country shall change rapidly,' says the Lord of Hosts.
"Listen to the Word of the Lord. God says, 'I will put at your helm for two terms a president that will pray, but he will not be a praying president when he starts. I will put him in office and then I will baptize him with the Holy Spirit and My power,'" said Clement.
Later, in Redding, California, on April 4, 2007, Clement said Donald Trump would "be a trumpet" and that there would be a "praying man" in the White House. "I will raise up the Trump to be a trumpet and Bill Gates to open up the gate of a financial realm for the church, says the Lord. ... It shall come to pass that the man that I place in the highest office shall go in whispering My name. But God said, 'When he enters into the office, he will be shouting out by the power of the Spirit, for I shall fill him with My Spirit when he goes into office, and there will be a praying man in the highest seat in the land,'" said Clement.
The two terms prophesied by since-passed Clement has Christians encouraged, especially in light of the pro-abortion measures and growing anti-Christian sentiment in the nation. What do you think of Clement's prediction and the possibility that President Trump could be elected a second time? Please share your thoughts in the comments! We want to hear!