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Aug 22, 2017 by Will Maule

Paula White Says US Church Would Be 'Underground' If Trump Wasn't Elected

Pastor Paula White, who conducted prayers at President Trump's inauguration ceremony, has asserted her view that the President was "raised up by God" to protect religious liberties in the United States. Speaking on the Jim Bakker show alongside her husband, Jonathan Cain of 'Journey,' White said:

"[W]e are more impressed with a Saul anointing than a David anointing because we are more impressed with what looks right than what is right. Therefore, we choose things that we think should sound right, should act right. They say about our president, 'Well, he is not presidential.' Thank goodness. Thank goodness. Thank goodness," White said.

"And I mean that will all due respect. Because in other words, he is not a polished politician. In other words, he is authentically — whether people like it or not — has been raised up by God."

"Because God says that He raises up and places all people in places of authority," she continued. "It is God who raises up a king. It is God that sets one down. When you fight against the plan of God, you are fighting against the hand of God."

"God is doing transition. So He is raising up Esthers who understand that you have been raised up for such a time as this, which means you have the power for such a time as this," she added. "For such a time literally means that you have the ability to strike, to punish, to defeat every demonic foe because you are serving purpose the intention of God."

White also sad that she believes religious liberties would have been stripped away had President Trump not been elected. 

"Pastor Jim, people to recognize, they don't realize how much we were on the verge of of losing what we call religious liberties," she said. 

"I believe that had God not divinely intervened through the church, through the church praying and through our obedience through an awakening, giving us this moment, this window and if we miss this, I believe the church in America would have been an underground church in five years."

Watch Paula talk more below. 



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