Jeremiah Johnson #fundie #wingnut

I had a prophetic dream several weeks ago that I walked up to Lou Engle and handed him two tickets to the World Series where the Los Angeles Dodgers were playing. And I had said to Lou in the dream that there was a message that God had for him. And so when I woke up from the dream, I looked up where the World Series was being played. And it was being played in Texas, which I found significant, because that's where Roe v. Wade was passed into law. And then the games were being played at Globe Life stadium, which I felt was significant.

And so when I woke up, I decided to reach out to Lou and shared this dream with him. And while I was talking with him, I began to prophesy to him. Even before the World Series, I said to Lou that I believe the Lord said to me that the Dodgers would win the World Series. And this would be a sign that God is not done with Los Angeles or California.
I told him that Amy Coney Barrett would be set in as a Supreme Court justice before the election, and that Donald Trump would be reelected. Now the final one, Donald J. Trump being reelected, has yet to happen. I believe it will. I told Lou that if all three of these things happened, it would be assigned to him that he was to call 1 million women to the Mall in Washington, D.C., to see Roe v. Wade overturned in America.

And so I believe that Amy Coney Barrett is a modern-day Esther. And God has called Lou Engle like a Mordecai. And I believe that Amy Coney Barrett has opened up what I'm calling a 'new Esther and Deborah era' in the body of Christ, where we're going to see a massive, righteous women's movement. I believe the Lord revealed to me that Roe v. Wade—it really is a women's issue. And God is going to call forth women from all over America to gather at the Mall one day to see Roe v. Wade overturned.



So were we! You can find all of this, and more, on Fundies Say the Darndest Things!

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