By Mark Ellis —
In the Book of First Kings, Adonijah, the fourth son of King David, fancied himself that he would succeed his father on the throne.
But God had other plans. While Adonijah was feasting with his supporters in celebration of his supposed accession to the throne, the rightful heir God chose, Solomon, was anointed king in Jerusalem.
And all the people went up after him, playing flutes and rejoicing greatly, so that the ground shook with the sound. 1 Kings 1:40
One leader thought he was the victor, then another inexplicably took his place.
Is President-elect Joe Biden celebrating too quickly? Is he a modern-day Adonijah?
A number of prophetic voices in the Christian community who predicted a Trump win have not reversed themselves. Instead, they maintain confidence that Donald Trump – in the face of improbable odds stacked against him – will ultimately prevail in one of the most unusual political contests in American history.
Author and prophet Kat Kerr doubled down on her prediction: “The rocks are about to
move and Trump will be President no matter what you hear,” she told Elijah List’s Steve Schultz. “It will start with a phone call and I can tell you, you will be shocked to see how much exposure comes from that, but Trump will win, He will be President of the United States, he will sit in that office for 4 more years and God will have His way in this country.”
Kerr says God is about to uncover corruption and evil that will bring about the reversal of the apparent results.
Prophet Jeremiah Johnson wrote to his followers:
“Either a lying spirit has filled the mouths of numerous trusted prophetic voices in America or Donald J. Trump really has won the presidency and we are witnessing a diabolical and evil plan unfold to steal the election.”
Johnson previously had a dream about Trump running a race that he equated with the election. “And about 100 yards from the finish, he tripped and fell down and he could not get up, the crowd was spitting on him, they were jeering at him.” Two older women helped to supernaturally lift Donald Trump up and finish the race.
CBN’s founder, Pat Robertson, confidently predicted a Trump win during a 700 Club broadcast: “I want to say without question, Trump is going to win the election.”
Lou Engle, leader of The Call, says it’s time for the church to pray like Esther and that corruption and voter fraud will be exposed, according to a report by CBN.
“Expose, expose…that’s what happened to Haman, a three-day Esther fast and then a
scene is brought forth where literally Esther exposes Haman and a sudden reversal takes place,” Engle said.
Chris Reed told Sid Roth on his program “It’s Supernatural” on November 11th: In a powerful vision prior to the election he saw George Washington put his arm around Donald Trump and say:
You are leading a second American revolution to free America from the grip of socialism, radical ideology, and an anti-Christ agenda.
Following Biden’s apparent win, Reed sought the Lord with a heavy heart and God impressed on him:
As I said before, I say to you again, watch Pennsylvania, particularly Philadelphia. What I said to the church of Philadelphia in the Book of Revelation, so I say to this generation in this season.
Reed grabbed his Bible and began to read from Revelation about the church at
Philadelphia. (Rev. 3:7) The passage mentions a “key of David,” which Reed links to the story from First Kings with Adonijah cited previously.
“Here is a supernatural connection between King David and the bride of the king and the prophet of the king, and they confront David about Adonijah’s claim…The key of David is that David had the authority despite what Adonijah was saying.
“David says he doesn’t care what everyone is saying. He doesn’t care what Adonijah is saying…Despite the media reports, he said Solomon would be king.
“A door was opened that no one could shut in Philadelphia. The door that is being opened is the exposure of mass voter fraud and corruption that we will see across the United States…the door to that is being opened in Philadelphia.
“The modern news media is the equivalent of the false prophets of Baal,” Reed noted.
He urged Christians to stand firm, that our weakness will be perfected in the Lord’s strength, that Jesus will intervene to bring President Trump a second term.
Either these prophetic voices will be affirmed or rejected in the next few weeks. Will they be confirmed as true prophets or false prophets? Many will be watching the dramatic conclusion to a tumultuous season in American life.