It’s not just us who are afraid for Trump’s life, but spiritual leaders also as they pray over Trump before the debate and up to the November election.
Many of the nation’s faith leaders believe it isn’t only Hillary Clinton and the Democratic Party that Republican Donald Trump is attempting to defeat in the 2016 Presidential election.
The opposition goes much deeper than that—and to a much higher spiritual plane. That’s why pastors like Frank Amedia feel like the Lord has led them to cover Trump—and all of America—in prayer at least until Wednesday, November 9, the day after the election.
As Trump’s new discussion for Christian policy and the co-senior pastor of Touch Heaven Canfield Church in Canfield, Ohio, Amedia heeded God’s call to lead the Kingdom Wide Prayer Watch on Monday, September 26. The movement urges believers to fast and pray for Trump beginning at 6 a.m. and ending with the completion of Trump’s first presidential debate with Clinton.
Trump and Clinton will engage each other in the first nationally televised debate Monday at 9 p.m. ET at Hofstra University in Hempstead, New York.
“We are interceding to pull down strongholds, expose and strike down adversarial plots and strategies, bind every force that opposes the will of God, and loosen upon Mr. Trump the supernatural gifts of grace, favor, wisdom, revelation, power, peace and presidential authority,” Amedia said.
Amedia said, “It’s about the protection of the unborn. It’s about the Supreme Court and appointing righteous judges. It’s about our alliance with Israel. It’s about the restoration of our military. It’s about family values and the protection of our Judaeo-Christian heritage. If any of those things mean anything to believers, they need to join us for this prayer watch. Those values have been under assault for many years, and many people have accepted that as the norm. We shouldn’t accept that.”