In 2007, a world-famous worship leader prophesied that Donald Trump would become president. However, after video footage of his prophetic revelation resurfaced, three more major predictions involving the wall and the 2020 election are shocking listeners.
There are many spiritual leaders who claim to possess the gift of prophecy, as the Bible lays out. However, when it comes to their revelations, they are sometimes obscure and purposefully general, which could be made by any run-of-the-mill fortune teller.
Of course, there are also those rare few who prognosticate with such accuracy and detail that the only explanation is a supernatural influence. Undeniably, world-famous musician, author, and prophet Kim Clement was one of those individuals who exemplified God’s divine wisdom with such specificity.
As we enter the third year in President Donald Trump’s first term, the media are abuzz with talk of the 2020 election. Salivating over the handful of far-left politicians who’ve announced their candidacy, Democrats have become more and more confident that they will sweep the vote, finally ousting Trump from the Oval Office. Unfortunately for them, Clement’s prophetic pontifications show something very different.
In 2007, Clement was speaking at a service in Scottsdale, Arizona, when he received a prophetic word that shocked and bewildered listeners. Years before the real estate tycoon even announced a serious interest in politics, Clement claimed that God had revealed to him that Donald Trump would “be a trumpet,” serving as President of the United States.
However, the unconventional prophecy wasn’t complete. A few months later, Clements added that God had revealed another portion of the prophecy. Nearly a decade before it came to pass, he proclaimed that not only would Trump be elected as president, but he will serve “for two terms,” build “walls of protection,” and will be a “praying president,” Charisma reports.
Clement reportedly received a prophetic word in Scottsdale, Arizona, Feb. 10, 2007, in which he said, “There will be a praying president, not a religious one. ‘For I will fool the people,’ says the Lord. ‘I will fool the people. Yes, I will.’
“God says, ‘The one that is chosen shall go in, and they shall say, He has hot blood.’ For the Spirit of God says, ‘Yes, he may have hot blood, but he will bring the walls of protection on this country in a greater way and the economy of this country shall change rapidly,’ says the Lord of Hosts.
“Listen to the Word of the Lord. God says, ‘I will put at your helm for two terms a president that will pray, but he will not be a praying president when he starts. I will put him in office and then I will baptize him with the Holy Spirit and My power.'”
Of course, just two months later, Clement revealed the second part of the prophecy, showcasing that the hot-blooded “praying president” would be Trump. Incredibly, Clement lived to see the initiation of this prophecy, dying just a few weeks after the November 2016 presidential election.
Clement says, “I will raise up the Trump to be a trumpet and Bill Gates to open up the gate of a financial realm for the church, says the Lord. … It shall come to pass that the man that I place in the highest office shall go in whispering My name. But God said, ‘When he enters into the office, he will be shouting out by the power of the Spirit, for I shall fill him with My Spirit when he goes into office, and there will be a praying man in the highest seat in the land.'”
However, Clement didn’t get lucky with his Trump prediction. In fact, revealing the mark of a true prophet, he has accurately forecasted many major world events with unbelievable detail, including the 9/11 terror attacks, Saddam Hussein’s capture, Barack Obama’s election, Osama Bin Laden’s death, Hurricane Katrina, Japan’s 2011 earthquake, the overthrow of Muammar Gaddafi, and SCOTUS Justice Antonin Scalia’s death, some years before they came to fruition.
While some think that Clement’s prediction about Trump building “walls of protection” has a metaphorical meaning, John Kilpatrick, founder and senior pastor of Church of His Presence, says this just isn’t the case. In an interview on January 29, he spoke directly to Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Sen. Chuck Schumer, who have been perhaps the most prominent political enemies of Trump.
On The Jim Bakker Show, Kilpatrick responded, “I’ve got news for Miss Pelosi, and I’ve got news for Brother Schumer. If Kim Clement prophesied that he’s going to build the walls—he said he will put walls of security up around this country—then I believe that’s a done deal. I don’t know how this is going to break, but it’s going to break in his favor, I believe, and I believe those walls will be built.”
Kim Clement might be gone from this world, but his miraculous prophecies live on. In fact, years after his death, his predictions are still coming to pass. However, one remains to be seen — President Trump’s re-election. Considering both Trump and Clement’s track records, we can have faith that Trump will once again secure the win as voters rush to show support of his policies, much to the dismay of his opposition.