Christian “prophet” Cindy Jacobs appeared on “The Jim Bakker Show” on Monday to warn that conservative Christians could start a civil war if the U.S. Senate passes the Equality Act, a bill which would enshrine protections for LGBT Americans in federal law.
“We are are the voice preparing the way, and there does come a time, Jim, where things turn,” she said, speaking to host Jim Bakker. “You know, when suddenly the Lord say, ‘Okay, no more — I’m not gonna put up with this anymore.’”
“I said many years ago—and I took quite a lot of guff from the press about it—that we would even come to a place of civil war,” she said. “You try to take the Bible away and say that we cannot preach the gospel of the lord, Jesus Christ, there are millions of believers in America and I believe that would be the dumbest thing for them to do—because if they do that, or they pass this Equality Act, listen, there is going to be a shaking. There is going to be a shaking and Christians will rise up.”
The panel agreed that Christians must pray for the president because Democrats are trying to outlaw the Bible.
“I pray every day for them,” said Cindy Jacobs. “The Bible commands us to do that. I pray that God will give him wisdom … I pray for his protection. I pray for peace for him. I pray that God will give his mind peace.”
“It’s supernatural, what he is taking,” responded Lori Bakker. “It really is. How he is standing and how he just keeps railing back. It is incredible.”
“He listens to godly counsel,” Mike Jacobs interjected. “He far surpasses most [previous Republican presidents] in terms of the godly counsel he has around him, that he listens to … Who ever would have thought that we would have a president who so surrounds himself with godly counsel? There is a blessing that comes from that.”
“We’re seeing him become more and more godly,” Cindy Jacobs replied. “We’re seeing him want to put Bible reading back in school. Come on. Bible reading back in school and prayer?”
“All the things that have been stolen from the church, he’s wanting to restore,” said Jim Bakker. “He’s wanting to restore the dignity and power to the church and not take the Bible away. We’re so close—they don’t get this—but we’re so close to the Bible being illegal.”