Trump Attends Las Vegas Church, Pastor Claims God Will Give President ‘Second Win’

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Worshipers who gathered inside a Las Vegas church over the weekend received a surprise visit from their Commander in Chief President Donald Trump. During the service, one of the pastors prophesized that God would give the president a “second win” come November.

Pastor Predicts Election Outcome

President Trump attended the morning worship service at the International Church of Las Vegas on Sunday, where Senior Associate Pastor Denise Goulet claimed God told her the president would occupy the Oval Office for another four years.

“At 4:30, the Lord said to me, ‘I am going to give your president a second win.’ The Lord said, ‘he is ready for the next four years.'” Goulet told President Trump.

“He has made your lungs, your body, your spirit, your strength — he has made it in such a way that you have been trained in such high-pressured places in the last four years, and even before that, and the Lord said he is ready for the next four years and I am giving him a second win,” she added.

Senior Pastor Praises Trump for His Leadership

Sunday was Trump’s third visit to the nondenominational church. Senior Pastor and Denise Goulet’s husband, Paul Goulet, was ecstatic about Trump’s presence.

“This is your third time here. That means you’re a church member,” Paul Goulet explained to Trump. “I don’t care what anybody says. I love my president.”

He went on to praise the president for protecting unborn children and religious freedom, along with moving the embassy to Jerusalem and bringing jobs back to the United States. Goulet also called Trump “the answer to my prayers” and said God “chose the right man” to be America’s leader.

“People are saying ‘you’re being political.’ I’m not, the Bible says ‘give honor to whom honor is due.’ I’m honoring the president right now because he’s done the right thing,” Goulet said. “Others may curse him, but we bless him.”

Trump Speaks to Congregation

Toward the end of the worship service, Senior Pastor Goulet handed President Trump a microphone so he could address the congregation. He complimented the leaders of the church for how they’ve persevered during a very difficult time in the church’s life.

“This has been a tough place, but the job you’ve done to get people back is really very special. I want to thank you. I will only say this, we are with you 100%. This has been my favorite [church] and we’ll be back many times,” President Trump said.

“Your families are very, very special, and you have great talent up there, and thank you all very much.”