Prophecy for Candidates

Word of Prophecy for Candidates
Rev. Bill Banuchi—January 26, 2015

Considering what the Scriptures say about prophecy, specifically,
“If anyone speaks, they should do so as one who speaks the very words of God.” — 1 Peter 4:11

Do not quench the Spirit; do not despise prophetic utterances. But examine everything carefully; hold fast to that which is good;…”—1 Thessalonians 5:19-21,

I believe this is the Word of the Lord to those seeking political office at this time in the history of our nation:

America, you have been singing “God Bless America” for over 200 years, and I have blessed you beyond all the nations of the world, but you have gone beyond the tipping point of my wrath, and so judgment will come, as it has to so many nations that have rejected me in the past.

Yet in my wrath I may remember mercy. If you will repent and begin singing and declaring “America Bless God!” and turn from your independent ways, my grace may still be shed on thee. I am looking for a man or a woman who will be courageous enough to declare that America is “One Nation Under God.” I will give him favor and turn the hearts of people toward him, and he will be your leader and there will be revival in the land. This move must be supported by the leadership of my people, called by my Name. If you will pray like it all depends on Me, and work like it all depends on you, I will do it, and your sons and daughters, your grandsons and granddaughters will know the liberty you have enjoyed and I will receive the glory. I am looking for that man or woman who will declare,

“We are One Nation Under God, and that will be the guiding foundation of all my political and legislative initiatives.”

That is the candidate who will win my favor. That is the man or woman I am waiting for. I have said it, and it will come to pass, because in my wrath I will remember mercy, for I am the Lord your God.

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