“How could all the prophets be wrong about Trump?” “

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Like millions of people in America and around the world, Jeremiah Johnson stayed awake late on election night. From his living room television screen, he watched Donald Trump’s margin of victory dwindle and sat down in disbelief.

Many believed that the former president would be re-elected; Johnson was among the charismatic leaders in the United States who put the word of God behind it.

On the morning of November 4, as the country woke up to learn that Joe Biden was in the lead, Johnson sent a “prophetic warning” to his mailing list, saying that he and a “chorus of mature and proven prophets” were in attendance. . deal: Trump had won.

Either a lying spirit has filled the mouths of many trusted prophetic voices in America or Donald J. Trump has truly won the presidency and we are witnessing an evil and evil plan to steal the election, ”Johnson wrote to his supporters. “I believe with all my heart that the latter is true.”

Today, Johnson steps back as he rethinks that post.

Unlike those who continued to insist on Trump winning, by early 2021 Johnson had turned the tide. Now he barely recognizes the person who wrote that email last year, nor his wife, staff or close friends. Instead, he says, God graciously used the messy fallout from Trump’s failed prophecies to initiate a “catalytic and dramatic change” in his life.

“I was as grounded as anyone,” Johnson told CT in one of his first media interviews since he publicly repented in January and closed his namesake ministry in March. “I tell people that I feel like I’ve been saved – I feel the goodness of God; I feel his discipline. I cried so many tears, just thanking …

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