Pastors Rodney and Adonica Howard-Browne are hoping to see a revival in the White House, and to do so they led a prayer circle in the Oval Office Tuesday night.
During a meeting with the The Office of Public Liaison that night, the pastors were asked to come pray over President Trump, which they did with great joy according to their Facebook post.
Yesterday was very surreal for @ahowardbrowne & I. 30 years ago we came from South Africa to America as missionaries….
“What a humbling moment standing in the Oval Office – laying hands and praying for our President – Supernatural Wisdom, Guidance and Protection – who could ever even imagine – wow – we are going to see another great spiritual awakening,” the Howard-Brownes’ post said.
According to their account, they came from South Africa to America to be missionaries in 1987 with goals of “igniting the fires of Revival in every city town and village, bringing believers back to their first Love, letting them fall in Love with Jesus all over again and having the Joy of their Salvation Restored to them.”
Trump’s spiritual adviser Paula White-Cain was the one who invited the couple. The meeting also included Pastor Jack Graham of Prestonwood Baptist Church in Texas, Michele Bachmann, the former Republican congresswoman from Minnesota, and Johnnie Moore, former vice president of Liberty University.
Moore told CNN he used to pray with President Obama as well, but with Trump they have a real relationship with “true friendship.”
“He was also in good spirits,” Moore said. “He was as strong and focused as I have ever seen him. It was as if he was entirely above the fray.”
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