Kenneth Copeland: ‘Approach the Election and COVID-19 With Faith’

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Steve Strang

Kenneth Copeland believes that acting on the Word activates faith.

I’ve known him since 1979, and his message has been consistent. Now he is speaking out about what is happening in our country, and he has also become a friend of President Trump’s. I quote him extensively in several of my books about Trump.

In this episode of my God, Trump and the 2020 Election podcast, we talked about the importance of this election and how every Christian, and indeed every American, should vote. He said this election is not about personalities. He believes Joe Biden is a nice person but said the Democratic Party, by resolution, has gotten rid of God in its political platform.

He emphasizes how important prayer is, according to Romans 13; and praying for godly leaders and for all those in authority; and praying not just at election time, but all the time. He said no matter what happens in our country or with COVID-19, we must have faith in God, because God’s Word is true.

You’ll be inspired by my podcast. I believe it will help you to understand the chaos in our country from a spiritual point of view. Indeed, we talked about spiritual warfare and what Satan is doing to bring down this country, which was founded by men and women who loved God and who wanted to serve Him freely.

We end the podcast with a powerful prayer that should inspire each of us to take our authority as believers and to come against Satan in the spiritual realm to get things on the right course in our nation, not just to win this election.

Share this with friends, start praying, get active, and when it’s time, go out and vote for godly principles. {eoa}

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