Showing posts with label Lance Wallnau. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Lance Wallnau. Show all posts

Wednesday, April 29, 2020

Why Christians Must Support Trump During His Greatest Presidential Challenge – Steve Strang

Why Christians Must Support Trump During His Greatest Presidential Challenge – Steve Strang

Donald Trump (Reuters)
April 28, 2020 Charisma Magazine The Strang Report
It’s ironic and hypocritical that many on the Left have been so desperate to criticize President Donald Trump in his quest of making America great again. For example, in his handling of the COVID-19 crisis, the criticisms were wide and varied: Trump didn’t close the borders soon enough; he closed them too soon. He didn’t speak up enough; he spoke up too much. He took the advice of the wrong people; he didn’t listen to enough people.
Even before the coronavirus pandemic, President Trump was criticized for everything from his lifestyle—although before he ran for president as a Republican, they saw nothing wrong with his past and he seemed to be the darling of the liberal media—to his beliefs. Has he done and said things that don’t reflect the teachings of the Bible? Yes. He’s imperfect, but according to some, that makes him a great leader.
In the same way, Christians overlook the good Trump has done and focus on all the mistakes he’s made and all the perceived weaknesses he still struggles with.
“As Christians we have created artificial standards for our leaders that God doesn’t have for His leaders in the Bible,” historian David Barton told me for my podcast God, Trump, and the 2020 Election. “I have flaws, Trump has flaws, and we can point them out in a self-righteous manner. Or we can look at Hebrews 11 and see all these great leaders had serious flaws, but God definitely still used them.”
Barton says conservative Christians should “look at what the president has done for the economy, but especially [his] standing for religious liberty, appointing righteous judges, protecting unborn life and supporting Israel—so many of the things the Bible specifically talks about. No president in our lifetime has gotten done as many biblically correct things as he has.”
Because of this, Barton says Christians must be willing to support Trump and not allow the Left to undermine his conservative agenda any longer. He points out that we don’t have to win every American to our way of thinking—we just need to win more than we have now.
Author Lance Wallnau has made the same point. “Figures like Churchill, Lincoln and George S. Patton don’t step out of cathedrals onto the stage of history, yet we canonize them later as instruments God raised up to meet a singular crisis, he said. None of these men were conventional Christians, and they had many detractors in the clergy, yet each played a pivotal role in history. They stood strong against the enemies of freedom and helped safeguard our way of life and Christian heritage.”
History has shown that Winston Churchill was the right man at the right time to be used by God, yet he was also not a very popular person. In fact, Churchill was described with terms that are often used in association with Donald Trump. He was called an “‘aristocratic adventurer’ who lacked good judgment and political skills.” He was considered “rootless … unstable … unsound … an undeniable cad,” according to the biography, God and Churchill: How the Great Leader’s Sense of Divine Destiny Changed His Troubled World and Offers Hope for Ours, by Churchill’s great-grandson, the late Jonathan Sandys, and Wallace Henley. Churchill was “an embarrassment” to important people in the Conservative Party. And he was viewed as impetuous—”‘a real danger’ who … tended not to count the cost of his endeavors.”
The British didn’t like him until they needed someone very strong to defeat the Nazis. He didn’t have many fans within the Christian community, either. The conservative Christians of the day in Britain didn’t like the fact he smoked cigars and loved drinking brandy. Churchill was a deeply flawed man, but God still raised him up to save Western civilization.
Churchill seemed to know this. Sandys makes the case that his famous great-grandfather felt a call from God his entire life that he was to save Western civilization. A case can be made, of course, that he did just that when he stopped Hitler from taking over Great Britain. In the face of Hitler’s military might, Churchill had to resolve to move ahead anyhow and to never quit. Churchill was a strong leader, and his example shows that God uses whomever He wants.
That’s what I see in Donald Trump and why people support him despite all the criticisms thrown at him. In that respect Trump resembles the indefatigable British prime minister, who often went against convention, decorum and his own party to badger the people of Great Britain into defending their country against Hitler’s Third Reich. Churchill was viciously attacked by the media in his day. Today, Donald Trump invites the same kinds of bitterness and resentment by raising alarms about the unraveling of American society at a time when our political elites, buttressed by the media, are denying that anything is wrong. Like Churchill, Trump is the target of opposition forces seeking to silence him for his bluntness and to stop him from speaking from the heart about problems the political establishment has been sweeping under the carpet for generations.
True leaders such as Churchill show strength of character in the face of adversity. Granted, Britain was in a life-and-death struggle with Nazi Germany, which threatened to destroy all of civilization. Forgive me if you consider this hyperbolic, but the situation today in America is almost as serious, considering the world we might have entered had Hillary Clinton won the election instead of Trump. It’s a world where we could have lost everything from our constitutional protections to our religious freedoms. In this case our struggle wasn’t with guns, tanks and planes—it was a political battle over the presidency and the direction of our nation now and for generations.
I go into why Trump must win the 2020 election—and the obstacles standing in his way—in my book, God, Trump and the 2020 Election. Be sure to visit for more information and to purchase your own copy today!
Listen to my podcast today to learn more about why believers must rise up and support our president right now.

Tuesday, August 13, 2019

"BE BOLD for What You Stand for and Discerning About What You Fall for" - Lance Wallnau THE ELIJAH LIST

"BE BOLD for What You Stand for and Discerning About What You Fall for"

Lance Wallnau  THE ELIJAH LIST Aug 13, 2019

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The Shaking Will Continue
A prophetic word is coming to the Church. I am wrestling with it now. Here is what I am hearing...

The Lord is allowing the nation to feel the tremor of shaking to let it know that its foundations are eroding under its feet. God gave us a divine reprieve from judgment when He intervened in our last election. A reprieve is a delay of a sentence.
Is God speaking in this shaking? Our we being reminded that the hour of divine mercy, under the era of Trump's presidency, is dependent on a response to this mercy? If that response does not become manifest, should we not be concerned that time is running out?
Trump's enemies have become so focused and energized, and his defenders so intimidated and silenced, that one can only wonder if 2020 can be won. It is at best a 50-50 proposition.
Many Believers anticipated a different result in the mid-terms, a "red wave." I didn't. I said, "We are a house divided," and that is what this will look like. I was correct. We are operating as a nation under a reprieve and that suspension of judgment is not subject to our election cycle. The point is—we do not know how long this mercy will last.

I am hearing God say that this shaking will continue. It will multiply in intensity and will produce an increasing desire for stability and a cry for sanity, but the storm will only increase. 
As in the Days of Jonah
It is as the days of Jonah. The servant of God was on the ship, hiding out as it were, and he was going in the wrong direction. Jonah was not only subject to the great storm, but he was the object of the great storm. One comment to this post (on Facebook) said, "God so loved the world, not just America." True, but as America goes, so goes the world. We are the one power holding other powers in a temporary check. (Photo via Wikipedia)
We keep open the sea lanes for global trade and keep China from gobbling up the Asian Pacific Rim. We hold Iran back from its stated agenda of wiping Israel off the map. We hold back North Korea. That is why all Hell is focused on the United States. 
Those on this boat today will continue to seek to blame and explain what is happening. They will blame this group and that group. They will continue to "cry out to their gods" and for many of them, it is a political messiah they seek. 
You will not be exempt. 
Running From Your Assignment?
There will be increased hostility against the people of God. It will continue to find its way into the discourse of your enemies, and they will say you are the problem. We will become controversial and driven by our hiding. And indeed Jonah was part of the problem, but not in the way they thought. 
Can't You Talk Louder, God?
The storm grew because Jonah was not doing what he was called to do. 
He was called to preach and speak and warn the people of Nineveh. But rather than cooperate, he was running from his real assignment and trying to avoid his responsibility. Like so many preachers who are building their audience and expanding their reach to enlarge their own house, we are going in the wrong direction in a time of national crisis.
The truth about Jonah is that he did not like the people of Nineveh. He felt they deserved God's judgment. He did not want to be among them. 
God, on the other hand, wanted to see Nineveh spared judgment—but that would not happen without a word of judgment and the engagement of His people.
Jonah Was Cast out of the Ship 
For too long the Church and many name-recognized ministries have been focused on their own business. They say that they are doing what God called them to do, but in truth, they are self-absorbed. And when I say "they" I include myself in this examination. We have tried to ignore the storm and avoid stormy topics. We have been building our house while God's project, the nation, His House, is coming apart.
That is about to change. We're not going to fit in so comfortably in the days ahead. The time of courting the approval of the world will soon end. They will no longer be cordial with us. They will cast us out of the ship. 

And that is when we will wrestle our way into the repentance necessary to deliver the word we are called to give. Indeed, the wrestling has already begun. There is no doubt, people are praying. When God's people cry out, God answers by sending a messenger.

I know not what big fish God is preparing, but I do know the fish is a picture for the place we end up as we come to terms with obeying God. And miraculously, the fish will position you to enter Nineveh.

The storm is real, the reprieve is real, mercy wants to avoid judgment, and this moment is as the days of Jonah. 
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Lance Wallnau
Lance Learning Group 
Dr. Lance Wallnau is an internationally recognized speaker, business, and political strategist. He is one of the premiere speakers on the subject of cultural transformation and the seven mountains. He currently directs the Lance Learning Group, a strategic teaching and consulting company based in Dallas, Texas with affiliate offices opening up in Europe and the Philippines. USA Today reports that he is one of only three evangelical leaders to have accurately predicted Donald Trump's Presidency. Dr. Wallnau's best-selling book, "Gods Chaos Candidate" is credited as being the catalyst that mobilized thousands of Christian's to vote for Donald Trump and contributed to Trump's unprecedented election victory. He believes that unprecedented economic, political, and social shaking will create extraordinary opportunities for leaders willing to climb to the top of their mountain, leverage the platform God has given them, and advance Kingdom interests.
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Friday, August 9, 2019

Lance Interviews David Harris Jr. | Dr. Lance Wallnau

Lance Interviews David Harris Jr. | Dr. Lance Wallnau

Published on Aug 8, 2019

Lance Interviews David Harris Jr. ------- Like what you see? Give us a like and subscribe to my channel here: Learn more about where I am, what I'm working on, and how you can be involved: Thanks for watching! "As One!"

Tuesday, July 30, 2019

A Prophetic Update with Mario Murillo and Lance Wallnau

A Prophetic Update with Mario Murillo and Lance Wallnau

Published on Jul 26, 2019

Check out my call with Mario Murillo where we discuss current ideology, the call to grow the church in numbers (plus how Christian leaders are going about it the wrong way), and what's happening to American culture today. Mario will be speaking at our Dream Trip event in Washington, DC this August 29th - September 1st. Learn more here: ------- Like what you see? Give us a like and subscribe to my channel here: Learn more about where I am, what I'm working on, and how you can be involved: Thanks for watching! "As One!"

Friday, July 5, 2019

I Am Alive And Thankful For Your Prayers - Lance Wallnau

July 4, 2019
I'm writing to thank all of you who were with me during the shocking ordeal of needing to have an emergency surgery last week.
Let me tell you, it was quite a ride - it was discovered that I had a septic (literally, dead) gallbladder. It was infected, and it was beginning to become septic and infect all of my internal organs. I didn't even know that I had this problem other than I was just in pain, curled up in a ball, and trying to faith my way through it.
But I'll tell you the interesting thing about having a near-death experience is that it really teaches you how to live when you come out of it... and I came out of it very fast because of your prayers!
Please watch this heartfelt message from me, where I discuss a little more about how this whole thing has affected me. I'm in better shape now than I was before and that's good for me and bad for the devil! Thank you again for all your support and prayers!
As One,
Lance Learning PO Box 2688 Keller, Texas 76244 United States (817) 431-4828

Tuesday, July 2, 2019

We Must Stop the Unraveling of Our Culture - Ramiro Peña and Lance Wallnau on The Jim Bakker Show

Watch here: We Must Stop the Unraveling of Our Culture - Ramiro Peña and Lance Wallnau on The Jim Bakker Show

Jim Bakker Show 2018 | Show# 3720 | Aired on July 1st 2019
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God chooses whom He will. He’ll exalt whom He will, He’ll bless whom He will and who are we to say to God who He’s supposed to pick? -Ramiro Peña
Find ten people that did not vote in the last presidential election, make sure they are registered and be sure they vote. If you will do that literally we can save the nation. -Ramiro Peña


Ephesians 6:10 MEV Finally, my brothers, be strong in the Lord and in the power of His might.
Proverbs 17:17 MEV A friend loves at all times, and a brother is born for adversity.
Psalm 75:7 MEV But God is the judge; He brings one low, and lifts up another.
Isaiah 45:1 MEV Thus says the Lord to Cyrus, His anointed, whose right hand I have held—to subdue nations before him and to loosen the loins of kings, to open doors before him so that the gates will not be shut.
2 Chronicles 7:14 MEV If My people, who are called by My name, will humble themselves and pray, and seek My face and turn from their wicked ways, then I will hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin and will heal their land.
1 Thessalonians 5:3 MEV When they say, “Peace and safety!” then sudden destruction will come upon them as labor upon a woman with child, and they shall not escape.
Romans 1:16 MEV For I am not ashamed of the gospel of Christ. For it is the power of God for salvation to everyone who believes, to the Jew first, and also to the Greek.