Donald Trump campaigns at church in Las Vegas as congregation blesses him with ‘second wind’ for reelection


A Las Vegas church congregation raised their hands above Donald Trump to pray for a “second wind” to his re-election as president campaigning in Nevada on Sunday.

The president stood at the center stage of the International Church in Las Vegas, where Pastors Pasqual Urrabaz and Denise Goulet prophesied to him and gave him a blessing.

“At 4:30 p.m., the Lord said to me: ‘I will give your president a second wind,” “said Pastor Denise Goulet, alluding to the president’s recent hospitalization for the coronavirus.

She said, “He made your lungs, your body, your mind, your strength – he did it in such a way that you have been dragged into places so under pressure for the past four years, and even before that, and the Lord said he’s ready for the next four years and I’m giving him a second victory. ”

Pastor Urrabaz said that “there might have been a little setback, but it was nothing – it was preparation for the comeback, a double victory.

Invoking members of the Trump family and his administration, the pastor said that “everyone who is connected to you is going to enter a winning era.”

“We say there is an army, and we will take this to the end,” said Pastor Goulet, moments before the crowd burst into cheers to bless the president.

Pastor Marc Goulet called on the congregation to “release a blessing” on the assets and “withdraw all arrows that have been put against him”.

After the service, the president appeared on stage to speak to the congregation.

“I go to many churches and I love to go to churches,” he said. “We are with you 100%. We tell you you better get out because we have a group on the other side that doesn’t agree with us. We are right. “

Pastor Marc Goulet said his service was not “political”.

“The Bible says to give honor to whom honor is due,” he said. “I honor our president right now because he did the right thing.”

The president appeared at the church in October 2016 in the weeks leading up to this year’s presidential election as he campaigned for support of evangelical Christians and other religious groups.

Joe Biden, the president’s Democratic rival, attended St. Joseph’s Delaware on the Brandywine, which he attends almost every Sunday.

His son Beau Biden, who died of a brain cancer diagnosis in 2015, is buried in his adjoining cemetery. The former vice president and his wife Jill Biden visited the grave after the service.

If elected, Mr. Biden would be the first Catholic president in the United States since John F. Kennedy.


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