Philippians 4:4 says, “Rejoice in the Lord alway; again I say rejoice.”
You may be alarmed that the President of the United States of America, President Obama said he is in support of same sex marriage. “What will become of this nation?!!” you may ask.
I’m glad you asked. We can rejoice in this nation, because God is here. He loves us and He hasn’t changed His mind about where this nation is going. The words of the man of God, Kenneth Copeland came to a congregation in Washington D.C. on November 10, 2011 at the Washington, D.C. Victory Campaign, saying the following:
“…Have no worry. Do not be in fear about the United States of America. Don’t be in fear over the failure of this republic. This is not the time for this nation to fail. I’m not done with it yet. And it may come as a surprise to many; this nation is not done with Me yet,” saith The LORD. Hallelujah.
“We have a job to do. And this year will be like none other where this nation is concerned. And many will say, ‘Oh, woe is us! Oh, woe is us!’ And you know what? Oh, woe will be them.
“And there are others who’ll say, ‘Oh, we can’t win! We can’t win!’ And to them they can’t win.
“Ah, but to those of them who say, ‘Ha, ha, ha, ha, ha. This is a time of greatness! America again! Oh, and it’s my nation and it’s God’s nation and we’re right where we’re supposed to be. He has us right where He wants us, and our future is bright because God is still LORD over the United States of America.’
“So rejoice and give forth a glad sound because The LORD of glory is still on the throne and prayer changes things and together we’re going on to greater victory…”
In light of that prophecy, I say we keep praying, and watch to see God’s response.
Rejoice with me that God’s will is done in the United States of America!
This is only a portion of the entire prophecy entitled “What About 2012”. The bold text, punctuation and paragraph breaks were made by the writer at Faith is Now. The entire prophecy can be viewed by clicking on this link: www.youtube.com/watch?v=_Kkb94XRFhc. Or search “What About 2012?” on a search engine.