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Op-Ed: The Intriguing and Amazing Donald Trump as President Prophecy by Prophet Kim Clement

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Trump supporters believe he was reelected, but the 2020 election was stolen.  File photo: Grindstone Media Group, Shutter Stock, licensed.

PORTSMOUTH, OH –  Prior to the coronavirus crisis, I didn’t know anything about the Christian Prophet Kim Clement. However, the lockdown provided time to read more, learn more, and know more. Curiosity and knowledge plus critical thinking skills (aka logic and reasoning) can be a precursor of wisdom. 

The church denomination that I belonged to (and left) did not give credence to modern day prophets or the Pentecostal movement. But Kim Clement appeared to be the real deal.  

In a nutshell, in 2007, a pastor/prophet named Kim Clement prophesized about a man that would become president of the USA in the future and the name of the person was “Trump.” So, this is the reason a magnitude of Christians express undying loyalty to Trump.  

Being a fan of neither Trump nor Hillary, I confess to not voting in 2016. However, by 2020, I had jumped off the fence into the Republican camp and voted for Trump. Furthermore, he will get my vote in 2024. 


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Who was Kim Clement?  

Kim Clement was a South African Pastor and singer-songwriter who became popular for his prophecies. He had served as a pastor at various churches in South Africa and the United States. 

Clement died in 2016 at 60, from a brain bleed. He died shortly after Donald Trump was elected president.  

“Many have called him prophet, but to simply call him a prophet is not even enough. Part of the journey to understanding Kim Clement is a lesson in understanding the uniqueness of his destiny. He was not a doom and gloom prophet with an apocalyptic forecast every three years; instead, he was a voice of hope to those who needed it the most. He was able to paint a picture of destiny that inspires instead of frightens those who catch a glimpse. He found a way to define again what it is to be a true prophet. He, along with his wife Jane, was the founder of the House of Destiny church,” according to the Clement website. Clement’s wife remains at House of Destiney ministry in Oklahoma. 

Watch Clement’s prophecy on the House of Destiney website. In 2007, long before Donald Trump ever even considered politics, Clement prophesied, “Trump shall become a trumpet, says the Lord. I shall raise up the Trump to become a Trumpet…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.”  

You can also watch the 2007 prophecy at rumble as well. “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 the country shall change rapidly,’ says the Lord of Hosts.” 

Another interesting version of the 2007 prophecy can be found at Hermann Candelaria’s YouTube ministry.

Therefore, Trump supporters believe he was reelected, but the 2020 election was stolen. 

I find the history behind Trump’s Bible (used during his Inauguration Day) to be amazing. This same Bible was used in the Hebrides Revival 1949 -1952. Trump’s great-aunts had prayed many years for revival on an island in Scotland. Trump’s mother migrated to America and married his father. This Bible was later given to Trump. Listen to the story on YouTube.

In a speech after his election, President Trump proclaimed, “In everything we do, we are creating a culture that protects freedom, and that includes religious freedom. In America we celebrate Faith. We cherish religion, we lift our voices in Prayer, and we raise our sights in the glory of God. I have taken historic action to defend religious liberty, including the constitutional right to pray in public schools. Let us ask Father in Heaven to guide our steps, protect our children, and bless our families. And with all our heart, let us forever embrace the eternal truth, that every child is made equal by the hand of Almighty God. Thank you, God Bless you, and God Bless America.”  

Watch the entire speech on YouTube.

The religious beliefs and tenets in this speech are exactly why the forces of darkness hate Trump and want to destroy his followers and supporters. Trump, on a mission, came to White House in D.C. to drain the swamp (aka the Deep State traitors) of corruption and to reestablish freedom and justice in our great land of liberty. Why else would radical and deceitful Democrats go after a conservative leader with such undying and obsessive rage, animosity, and avengement? It only makes sense from a spiritual perspective.  

“In America, we don’t look to career politicians for salvation. We don’t turn to government to restore our souls. We put our faith in almighty God,” declared Trump.

Albeit, a return to God is the answer for the people and Trump is an instrument. 

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