Alveda flicked through a few news channels. "For those moments, while standing before the television as I flipped back and forth between the programs, President Trump was being hammered by hostile media, and he was defending himself," she writes. "As he described how he was still draining the swamp while bringing new jobs back into America, I began to cheer him on, hoping that he would also speak of his reversing tax payers' funding to abortion providers outside of America as well as the appointments of
King reminds us that we must not put our ultimate hope in President Trump, but in Jesus Christ alone.
"Realizing that I was slipping toward emotional reactions, I came to my senses, turned off the television and began to pray: "The first thing I want you to do is
King talks about feeling heavy with spiritual attack and darkness, as she was slammed in the media for being an advocate of the president. "The next morning, Friday, soon after turning away from the TV screen, I joined a conference call where a report of a "Trump Resistance Movement" was discussed," she writes.
"We wondered if the "Resistance" really understands that their movement is fueled and funded by those who support abortion, anarchy and the like? Do they seriously want to resist restoring jobs from overseas, restoration of our inner cities, putting Americans back to work? Are they seriously resisting ending racism, reproductive genocide, sexual perversion and global terror?"
Now, she believes she has a prophetic prayer for such a time as this.
On that phone conference call, I shared a word from our prayer warriors' camp:
"Praying to circumvent the demonic structures and infrastructures and traps. Guidance by Holy Spirit. Political correctness is serious witchcraft (mind control). Don't ask God to show up. He is waiting for us to show up [to wake up, get up and get busy]. "