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May 5, 2016

False Prophet

Filed under: Politics/Current Events — jbwatson @ 10:25 pm
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I was both shocked and troubled this morning when I saw that an acquaintance of mine had posted a link on her Facebook page to something called “The Trump Prophecy” with the question “Could this be true?” Now this acquaintance has made no secret of the fact that she is all aboard the Trump train and, while I disagree with her on that, that’s her business and certainly her right. However, as I listened to the hour-long radio program to which she had linked I grew more and more troubled at her lack of discernment if her comment about the possibility of the story being true was made sincerely.

The link was to a broadcast of TRUNEWS with Rick Wiles. I had never heard of the broadcast or of Wiles prior is listening to this broadcast, though his comments indicated that he had previously been with TBN. (Frankly, that was a significant indicator to me by itself that extreme caution would be needed). According to the TRUNEWS web site, “Today, people around the world faithfully tune-in to TRUNEWS every weeknight for news, information, and inspiration that they can’t find anywhere else.” I do not know how many people tune in, but if the story about the Trump prophecy is anything like their usual content that we have reason to be deeply concerned.

This broadcast was an interview with Mark Taylor, a retired firefighter who says he is a prophet–and that God gave him a prophecy in 2011 that Donald Trump would be the President of the United States. Taylor gave an exclusive interview to Wiles on April 18, 2016 to discuss the prophecy–and indicated that it was his first public commentary on the prophecy God had given him five years ago. Wiles and his co-host, by the way, seemed to believe the entire thing completely.

You can read the entire prophecy on the TRUNEWS web site if you are so inclined, but let me highlight for you a few serious matters that need to be addressed in order to ensure that you are not led astray by such nonsense.

First, Taylor claims that he received a visitation from the Lord in 2006 and that the Lord assigned an angel to him at that time.Then, four years ago, another prophet, whom Taylor had never met, told him that he had an angel assigned to him to minister to him, and through him, and that the angel would only hear the words that come from the throne of God. The angel would then immediately do those words and bring them to pass. There is nothing in the Bible to indicate that God ever has or ever will assign an angel to a human for any such purpose. Yes, God spoke through angels in the Scripture and revealed prophecies through angels, but those angels were heavenly messengers, not personally-assigned sidekicks who would provide exclusive insight from the Lord.

Second, Taylor claims that in 2011 he was watching television in his living room when he saw and heard Donald Trump giving an interview. “I am hearing the words of a president,” Taylor felt, prompting him to write down a prophecy from God. He originally thought the prophecy was for 2012, but when Trump never declared his candidacy, Taylor thought he had misunderstood the message from God and he set it aside. I will come back to the prophecy shortly, but let me add a few more things that Taylor shared during the interview with Wiles.

Third, Taylor claims that three months after he received the Trump prophecy he received a prophecy about a Triple Crown winning horse. He said this would be a sign to the church because Secretariat had been a sign to the end-times church (how this is so was not explained) and that this new Triple Crown winner would mean that it was time for the church to break out.

It turns out there was not a Triple Crown winner in 2012, though. The horse that could have done it, having won both the Kentucky Derby and the Preakness Stakes, was injured before Belmont Stakes and did not run. That horse’s name was I’ll Have Another. Keep that in mind…

At some point God also told Taylor to re-write Dwight Eisenhower’s D-Day speech for God’s army. Then, in 2015, American Pharoah won the Triple Crown. God told Taylor to release the Eisenhower speech at that time,and ten days later Trump declared his candidacy for president. Taylor asked God if he had missed the prophecy in 2011 but God told him no, it was all supposed to happen in 2012 but His people were not ready. The horse I’ll Have Another One was God’s message that He would have another one coming later.

Now, one thing the Scripture makes clear about prophecy is that prophecy that is from God comes true. God sometimes used prophets to deliver messages saying that certain things would happen if they did not obey God or get right with Him, and sometimes they did–so the prophesied judgment was withheld. But there is no recorded instance of God declaring that something would happen and that it not happening because His people were not ready for it. Prophets who say “this will happen” and then it does not do get to say “I misunderstood, it will really happen at such-and-such a time.” Why not? Because a prophecy that was truly from God was unmistakably clear. Think about Harold Camping as but one example. He erroneously predicted–you might say prophesied–the end of the world and the return of Christ. It did not happen in 1994. He said he erred, it would be 2011. It did not happen then either. In 2012 he said he was wrong about the timing. Really? What else could he say, since Jesus had not returned? Camping was wrong because he was claiming something that God had not, in fact revealed to him. In fact, God makes it clear that what Camping claimed to know is known by no man.

Anyway, Taylor’s prophecy includes the following: “The Spirit of God says I have chosen this man Donald Trump, for I will use this man to bring honor, respect and restoration to America.” Later, the “enemy will quake and shake and fear this man.” Still later, Trump “will be a man of his word. When he speaks, the world will listen and know that there is something greater in him.” Trump, Taylor says, is chosen by God; he has spent his entire career to this point building his empire to prepare him for what God will use him to do.

Let me insert here that Taylor says, referring to the “quake and shake” portion of the prophecy that Trump made his announcement on the same date that the United States decided to drop the atomic bomb on Japan. That was surely a shot heard ’round the world, and that is not a coincidence. Well, Trump declared his candidacy in June 16. That is not the same date that President Truman decided to use the atomic bomb. On July 16 Truman found out that an atomic bomb had been successfully tested in New Mexico. It would be absurd to think that the decision to use the bomb had been made a month before anyone knew it would even work. According to Digital History, a research tool for historians and students operated by the University of Houston, several leading scientists announced on June 16, 1945 that they did not think that a demonstration of the atomic bomb would be enough by itself to end the war. Taylor, then, is grasping at straws. May 3, 1469 is the day that Niccolo Machiavelli was born. Does that bear some significance to the fact that on May 3, 2016 Ted Cruz dropped out of the Republican race? I doubt it. On 4, 1979 Margaret Thatcher was sworn is as the first female Prime Minister in UK history. Does the fact that John Kasich dropped out of the Republican race on that date in 2016, leaving only Trump left to oppose Hillary Clinton, the presumptive Democratic nominee and therefore first female presidential nominee of a major party in the U.S., have any significance? I doubt it.

Taylor went on to say that America has been chosen as the launching platform for the harvest. Every time Trump is attacked by the media or other candidates his numbers go up. Why? Because, Taylor says, he is anointed by God. Taylor claims that Megyn Kelly of FOX News was violently ill the day of the first GOP debate and that during the debate she had her legs covered with blankets and there was a bucket beside her on stage in case she threw up. Why? God was warning her not to mess with His anointed man Trump. (Kelly famously asked Trump about his treatment of women during the debate). Kelly’s questioning of Trump, said Taylor, is an example of the kingdom of darkness trying to stop Trump.

Taylor, Wiles and company say there are many instances of God using individuals who were “not choir boys” to accomplish His purpose. That is true. However, those individuals were not God’s anointed. They were not used by God to restore His people but to judge them. There were multiple references in the interview to Nebuchadnezzar. Ezra 5:12 says, “But because our fathers had angered the God of heaven, he gave them into the hand of Nebuchadnezzar king of Babylon, the Chaldean, who destroyed this house and carried away the people to Babylonia.” Several Old Testament passages tell us that Nebuchadnezzar took gold and silver vessels out of the House of God and put them in his palace or in the Temple of Babylon.If Donald Trump is a modern day version of Nebuchadnezzar then we are all in trouble.

Yet, Taylor says that God is using Trump to split hell wide open. One of the radio hosts said he pictures Trump like a big oak log with handles and God is using Him as a battering ram against the gates of hell. He is strong enough to withstand the beating he is taking because of how God is using him. God, Taylor said, is using Trump to do what the church will not do.

What about Trump’s language? Well, Taylor says, Jesus said things like “hypocrites” and “brood of vipers” of the religious leaders of His day. Trump uses harsh language sometimes too. Uh huh. That comparison is so ridiculous as to not even warrant a response.

America’s best days are before it, Taylor says, and he is “absolutely certain” that Trump will be elected. Oh…and Trump will get to name five Supreme Court justices, too.

Donald Trump is not God’s chosen man to restore the church in America. Though he claims to be a Christian, Trump says he has never asked for forgiveness. Those two statements, of course, are mutually exclusive. If Donald Trump has never accepted Jesus Christ as his personal Savior then he cannot be a prophet of God. If Donald Trump has never asked for forgiveness then he cannot have accepted Christ as his Savior. God does not reveal prophecy with divine authority any more. Those gifts have ceased, because we have the entire revealed Scripture. Yes, the Holy Spirit is real and active and prompts and works in the hearts of believers, but again, Donald Trump, by his own admission, is not a believer.

So, no matter what Mark Taylor or Rick Wiles or anyone else may say, there is no Donald Trump prophecy and Donald Trump has not been chosen by God to restore the church or to batter the gates of hell. If Donald Trump is elected in November it will be because God allowed it to happen, but God did not tell Mark Taylor five years ago that it would. Of that I have zero doubt.

 

 

51 Comments »

  1. First of all whoever wrote this rebuttal to Mark Taylor’s work needs to go back and relisten for there are several things that this article states was said by Taylor that is not true because I listened to it word for word and you should apologize for those remarks. First Mark never stated Don Trump was to lead the church to anything. He stated that in the natural realm he would help this nation turn around to the point that God could bring about those things that in this nation are predicted in the Bible that would take place before Jesus comes to set up HIS kingdom.

    Second your reference to the triple crown winner was not stated as you claim go back and listen to it again then post another apology.

    There are more errors however let me close by saying that God gave me several things over 20 years ago that are unfolding exactly as it was said to me and while God did not tell me anything about Don Trump .what Mark has stated overall fits exactly with what the Lord gave me about America and this nation’s future and in the plan of God and you ain’t seen nothing yet.

    Oh yes and I found the United States in the Bible as well.

    Comment by GHiles — May 8, 2016 @ 7:14 pm | Reply

    • I, too, saw the misquotes by mr. Watson. He totally was off balance through his lengthy denial. I have no idea if Mr. Taylor was given messages by God, but I keep thinking about Moses and Saul. Moses stammered and stuttered, but God chose him to bring the children of Israel out of bondage…Saul was truly sinful and was not a prophet of God when God approached him and neither was Moses.
      I would love to claim prophecy, we all would, but don’t mind believing Mr. Taylor’s story. It made total sense to me in light of others such as Moses and Saul/Paul.

      Comment by Patsy Bates — June 17, 2016 @ 2:03 pm | Reply

    • What say you, Mr. Watson? Trump will be the 45th POTUS on 1/20/17…

      Comment by Jane Doe — December 6, 2016 @ 7:15 pm | Reply

    • Donald Trump is a fraud as is Mark Taylor. Such prophecies are given in order to enrich the so called prophet. Selling books getting donations. It’s like a 24 hour sales job over on the Jim Bakker show where Taylor is pimping his lies. Bakker was convicted once for fraud and engaged in homosexuality and adultery . Fool me once, shame on you, Fool me twice, shame on me. You people are looking for government as your solution instead of demanding integrity of the word from your ministers. If your ministers were preaching the absolute truth and living it they would be the shining examples that the whole world would see, and there would be no need for church restoration. But what the world sees is multi million dollar preachers teaching materialism in the guise of Christianity, perverting the word in order to dispute the truth, and a church too ignorant and too idol stricken to stand up for the word of God and say enough is enough. You chase after a man that has been proven to be a habitual liar, and a con man as your material savior, instead of looking to Christ as your spiritual savior. You are looking for what you can get of this world, rather than separating yourself from this world. Now sir if you found the United States in the Bible, please give us scripture so we can find it also. From these post I can see you people have read very little Bible but you are wholly indoctrinated. The truth hurts. So this comment will likely be deleted. Try reading I Timothy 6 and take it to heart. Then ask yourselves do our ministers follow and teach this instruction and live this life, in particular where it says to abstain from covetousness until the return of the Lord JC, and what the rich believers are suppose to do with their riches? If not they have erred from the faith. Just because someone predicts something and it comes true, it does not make them a prophet unless you find many prophets at the race track and casinos. Satan has counterfeit prophets. Satan’s game is to promise all the world like he beguiled Adam and Eve. Jesus’s promise is to offer eternal life. Which of these two promises is Mark Taylor offering? Seven fold increases in righteousness, or seven fold increases in material goods? Wake up church. You have a handbook. There is no excuse for your ignorance.

      Comment by Zed Cartwright — July 14, 2017 @ 8:29 pm | Reply

  2. This article is stupid. Not only did the author misrepresent what Mark Taylor said, his logic is nonsensical. No one, including Mark Taylor, is claiming that Trump is a believer, let alone a prophet of God. But he *is* God’s Trump card. Which is the whole point of this prophecy: the Church is not pushing back on the evil forces that are overtaking our nation, so the Lord has to raise up an ungodly man to do it (just as he did Cyrus in the bible). The author of this article looks foolish.

    Comment by WootQueen — May 25, 2016 @ 2:55 am | Reply

    • Keep the comments coming, WootQueen. u r right on.

      Comment by Pat Anderson — June 25, 2016 @ 5:28 pm | Reply

  3. I agree with the other replies. In addition id like to add that this wreaks of a sour grapes Cruz supporter. He also conveniently left out the reference Taylor gave about God closing Cyrus as his anointed one. Cyrus was no believer, yet annointed.

    The writer can scoff all he wants but everyone that has come against trump — cruz, rubio, jeb, fiorina, Megan Kelley, Glenn Beck and I could go on… they have all fallen by the wayside and suffered personal loss! It’s already beginning with hillary as well. This was part of the prophecy as well.

    Comment by Douglas — June 2, 2016 @ 10:41 pm | Reply

    • Douglas, we will all stand up together for Trump. Jason needs to be at the altar getting his act together. I don’t want 8 more years of anymore of Obama like leadership

      Comment by Pat Anderson — June 25, 2016 @ 5:32 pm | Reply

  4. What cracks me up, who gave you your interpretation… who are you??? Are you speaking for God or His Holy Spirit that He is incapable of speaking to this person?? You are not God, I hope and pray that God allowed this man this knowledge, because actually today is 7-23-16 and most of what is in it is already coming true… So you are entitled to your opinion of which this letter is, your opinion, however, you don’t speak for God…. You must admit, that much of this is falling into place… especially the part where it says how they will try to stop Him… with their money, with their lies, and it will not touch him… how many times have you heard reporters saying this election is like none before… nothing touches this man… I believe God can give visions today and give people words of wisdom for His purpose… He does not do that with me, but He does allow me to see the bigger picture of what is going on… but, if He knows don’t give me anything I can’t handle and truthfully I could not handle a vision or this… but I pray for wisdom and clarity for these days and I am praying, not judging this is truth…. and I do not put God in a little box, which I feel you have done…

    Comment by ggerim — July 23, 2016 @ 11:37 pm | Reply

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  6. I’m just waiting to see who is right and who is wrong. I do know that God is showing more than Mark Taylor some pretty powerful visions and dreams concerning Donald Trump. There’s one thing this article and another I read this morning stating that Mark Taylor is a false prophet didn’t comment on. Mark Taylor said that he also received a message from God concerning the 501c3 tax law that 90% of the Churches are under. I find this shameful by the way. Mark Taylor said that when the Churches signed up for this they cut the head of the Church off and that’s why we have no power to take down the evil in this country. Planned Parenthood, same-sex marriage, transgender laws, etc. just keep gaining ground and the 591c3 is why. Why didn’t these articles comment about that prophecy? I can’t wait to see how this all turns out. If Mark Taylor is right, boy, there will be a lot of retraction.hh

    Comment by Kathy Humphries — August 27, 2016 @ 11:29 am | Reply

  7. I do agree with you that trump prophecy is FALSE for many reasons a prophet would lead you beck to Christ or the commands of God he is clearly speaking out of his flesh I will say the gifts have not ended if they had we would not need discernment at all yes we need to conpair to scripture you did very well I have seen both true gifts and false seen 5 healing the true gifts leads to repentance and holiness the false leads to pride selfishness most of youtube is pride! with prophecy we need to live by Doutaromy 13 and 18 false prophets don’t like those scriptures thank you for telling the truth God bless

    Comment by John E Raymond — September 7, 2016 @ 5:08 am | Reply

  8. Actually Trump said that he had never asked forgiveness before he said he gave his heart to Christ.

    Remember that? I think it was James Dobson, a well-known Christian, that actually attested that he believed Trump was being honest about his acceptance of Christ.

    Comment by yamnnjr — September 28, 2016 @ 7:53 am | Reply

  9. You know, it IS possible that Christ has decided to deliver our nation from the hands of the enemy.

    We’ve all seen the sin of our nation and abhor it. We understand perfectly why it is time for us to lose our nation if God has so deemed this to be.

    However, as I’ve pondered the direction of our nation and the seemingly supernatural blindness overcoming people, and I pondered our inevitable demise and destruction at the altar of our sins,I have frequently also pondered, what about the example? We did found this nation on Christ. We practiced fundamental liberties and righteousness with people that the world had never before seen. We single-handedly led the world into the concepts of freedom and liberty, defended the weak against tyranny, crushed the wicked, and upheld a standard of righteousness that was utterly foreign before we came.

    I often wondered, what about black Americans? Are they never to enjoy the fruits of their labor. They lived as slaves in the freest most humane, most progressed nation of the world, built it by the sweat of their brow in the most humiliating and laborious conditions, and have never ever tasted of the freedom that they helped to build.

    Black Americans quite literally went from slavery to second-class citizenship, and then when they were finally freed from that, they went right back under the Democrats and were promptly re-enslaved by other means, condemned to live our their lives in third-world conditions rife with violence, crime, immorality, and have never actually tasted of the fruits that the rest of this nation enjoys.

    What of that which black Americans have sewn?

    Is our nation to end, to crash and burn, to lose all that it is at the hands of the horrifically corrupt, greedy, and selfish before black Americans ever get to taste what it truly means to be free?

    Is Obama really the only example of a black man to hold the reigns of world power when there are so many, so so so many more who would have been even better than some of our greatest presidents?

    I understand, as most Christians do, we deserve to fall and be destroyed.

    But there is plenty of reason to think that God may decide to spare us, to finally uproot the wicked and corrupt, to bring about a new day of prosperity to demonstrate His glory in our nation.

    Comment by yamnnjr — September 28, 2016 @ 8:06 am | Reply

  10. You need to go back and listen to it all. The Triple Crown winner in 2015 marks the end of the EndTime Church-American Pharoh (Pharistocracy=Aristocracy) Look it up. And who exactly will now be the next President of the United States???? That’s right…TRUMP!!!!!!

    Comment by Cat — November 9, 2016 @ 4:19 pm | Reply

  11. Just another attack by satan…..and I’m NOT TALKING ABOUT THE MARK TAYLOR PROPHECY….I’m talking about the mislead person that wrote this article. For those that read this article, please do not let it steer you from this prophecy or the Bible in any way!! The Bible says in Acts 2:17 “And it shall come to pass in the last days, saith God, I will pour out of my Spirit upon all flesh: and your sons and your daughters shall prophesy, and your young men shall see visions, and your old men shall dream dreams”. Also, please watch Shepherd’s Chapel with Pastor Arnold Murray and his son Dennis Murray. They are on cable TV, You Tube, and they have a website. They preach directly from the Bible verse by verse and chapter by chapter. This is what is missing from the churches today…..it is THE MOST EYE OPENING EXPERIENCE YOU WILL EVER HAVE!!! Also, True News with Rick Wiles is a great person of faith!!! Check out his website and listen to his daily hour radio show!!! DON’T LISTEN TO PEOPLE LIKE IN THIS ARTICLE!!! IT’S TOTALLY FALSE WHAT HE WROTE ABOUT MARK TAYLOR!!!!

    Comment by Pamela — November 14, 2016 @ 5:03 am | Reply

  12. So far everything Mark said has been correct. Trump is President Elect, and I’ll continue to watch this prophecy to see if the rest of it comes to pass.

    Comment by bd233 — November 22, 2016 @ 1:08 pm | Reply

  13. Oh ye of little faith!

    That recording was made in April of 2016, with many months to go, others still in the race, and the “p*ssy” tape yet to be released.
    Every single thing they threw at Donald Trump rolled off like water on a ducks back, as Mr. Taylor said it would. Ironic? Maybe, but I doubt it.
    IF you choose not to believe that’s your business, but if you want me to take your opinion piece serious proof read next time and correct your errors before clicking submit. In my humble opinion it cheapens your “argument”.

    By the way, time will tell whether Mr. Taylors’ the real deal. I have been around long enough to know that no other election has ever been like this one. No man had EVER had the effect on people the way the way President-elect Trump did. It felt other worldly from day one. When he announced I “felt” it in my “gut” that he would not only win the nomination, but would take the White House and told everyone I met. Am I a prophet, no. I did not receive an Angel nor did I “hear” words, but I knew.
    Do not be so quick to discount what you cannot explain just because you really do not want it to be so. IF God assigned an Angel to Mr. Taylor and it is as he says, then I can only imagine the fear it would strike into a non-believers heart. It would indeed mean judgement is coming and that God is laying the foundation.

    Good day to you.

    Comment by Bo — December 3, 2016 @ 5:25 am | Reply

  14. well well well…Everything unfolded just like Mak said it would including every dirty trick being pulled right now to keep the inauguration from happening.

    Comment by Toni — December 4, 2016 @ 7:31 am | Reply

  15. Well guess what! Trump is the president elect! And our enemies are taking notice!

    Comment by John — December 9, 2016 @ 4:47 am | Reply

  16. Fear of the IRS is the Church’s’ problem, not the tax status itself. I read most IRS laws when I was secretary of a non-profit. We have freedom to speak of anything, except campaign for individuals near an election cycle. We are especially allowed to speak of anything referred to in our mission statement –if that includes the Bible, then virtually everything the world considers “political” is in the Bible. The Church censors and gags itself out of fear of offense, lawsuits and the IRS.

    Comment by testificari — December 16, 2016 @ 9:31 am | Reply

  17. do you still think you where right?

    Comment by ben — December 25, 2016 @ 10:44 pm | Reply

    • Since you asked, Ben, yes…I do still think I was right. I never said Trump would not be president–though I would not have predicted it by any means when I wrote this–but the fact that he was elected does not change my conviction and opinion that the so-called prophesy referenced here was not authentic prophesy.

      Comment by jbwatson — January 2, 2017 @ 9:04 pm | Reply

      • Then how would you explain how every last detail to this point has happened? To me that’s pretty convincing.

        Comment by Toni MIlne — January 3, 2017 @ 6:37 am

  18. Time will tell. But I firmly believe that the Lord will bulldoze corruption out of the White House via Donald Trump. He doesn’t need money from lobby groups, he is pro-life, he is pro-American, believes in the rule of law which America is established upon, and he is not deceived by political correctness and the corruption in Washington today. As for his profession of faith, he has surrounded himself with many strong Christian leaders who have prayed with him some of which my wife and I know personally. Be careful not to judge to harshly or prematurely.

    Comment by Kibbe Todd — January 1, 2017 @ 3:26 am | Reply

  19. I first heard the Firemans Prophacy last April.
    I listened to him myself. It’s on you tube. I watched every last detail up to this point unfold exactly as the prophecy foretold, including outrageous desperate attempts since the election to keep him out of office . Not to mention unveiling of huge corruption . All I can say is I can’t wait to see if the rest of it founfolds exactly like it has so far .

    Comment by Toni MIlne — January 3, 2017 @ 6:22 am | Reply

  20. The day Donald J. Trump announced his run for the presidency, I yelled ” YES!!!, and he will win it”. I knew in my soul it would be true. I heard God say, pray, pray for this man, pray in the Spirit to claim authority over the evil in our nation. When I hear the Holy Spirit speak to me I obey. And since that day, the Holy Spirit has filled me with a wealth of knowledge of scripture, more prophecy writings, and how they relate to me, and has revealed so much wickedness. I have been in prayer for shutting down many wicked plans and people. I truly cannot believe the evil power in our government, media, schools, entertainment( well, I can believe the evil in Hollywood). This is a time to listen , be alert, pray for wisdom and guidance from the Holy Spirit. It is time for the church to wake up and stand up in faith . We need to be bold and shout to the world that we are the body of Christ and hear the Word of God. Their are too many lost souls in our own country that need to hear about salvation and the love of God. BRING BACK GOD IN OUR NATION SO HIS LOVE AND WORD CAN FLOURISH AGAIN!!!!

    Comment by j. calcote — January 9, 2017 @ 2:02 am | Reply

    • May I copy your statement above and post on my facebook page? I like how it is written.

      Comment by Leslie k Haydanek — February 4, 2017 @ 4:18 pm | Reply

      • You an post a link to this site and/or that post on your FB page.

        Comment by jbwatson — February 8, 2017 @ 5:15 pm

  21. 1 Thessalonians 5: 19 Do not extinguish the Spirit. 20 Do not treat prophecies with contempt, 21 but test all things. Hold fast to what is good.

    Comment by Diane — January 9, 2017 @ 5:24 pm | Reply

  22. According to you, Mark Raylir is a false prophet, right? Are you planning to apologize to him with a humble heart now that every word he said on Donald trump came to pass?? It’s not a good thing to be jealous. He IS indeed a true prophet. I suggest you ask God’s forgiveness for your arrogance.

    Comment by Lori Low — January 21, 2017 @ 11:29 am | Reply

  23. Now that ALL THE WORLD CAN SEE BY HIS PROPHECY’S COMING TO PASS RIGHT BEFORE YOUR EYES, You may want to take this personal judgment of one of God’s Prophets down and repent for your actions against him. The quaking and shaking was an earthquake that happened the day after the election in Christchurch NZ to let the church know God is cleaning His house and will shake everything NOT OF HIM out of it. Mark Taylor is God’s voice to our nation. It’s time to come into alignment with God in what He is doing in this country or you will be one of those people who is shaken. Shalom

    Comment by Bernadette Chancey — February 3, 2017 @ 7:23 pm | Reply

    • Thank you Bernadette

      Comment by Sandy — September 3, 2017 @ 7:16 am | Reply

  24. Just because a good person has finally become POTUS, doesn’t mean that everything is going to be OK. That will depend on the people of America and especially the Body of Christ. If we continue to live willfully ignorant, apathetic, and complacent lives, God’s judgments will still fall upon America. Christ condemned the Pharisees and Sadducees as whitewashed tombs with dead men’s bones inside, and looked what happened to Israel within 30 years afterwards: they were dispersed throughout the world for 2,000 years. It was only because of God’s promise to Abraham that this nation now exists. HE MADE NO SUCH PROMISES TO ANY OTHER NATION.

    Comment by Min Shimron — February 5, 2017 @ 8:30 am | Reply

  25. He’s President. When I voted I prayed. God does speak. He put on my heart. Mr. Trump is winning for a reason. My faith was with God. Trump won with a land slide. False prophet don’t think so! Prophets was not just angels in the Bible and there are phophets today.

    Comment by Kathy speegle — February 8, 2017 @ 3:48 am | Reply

  26. This prophacy could prove to also lead a lot of people to accept Jesus. I don’t know how much more proof is needed that our Father in heaven is real.

    Comment by Toni MIlne — February 13, 2017 @ 6:33 am | Reply

  27. Mark Taylor and kim clement both prophecies align perfectly. Everything he has said has come to pass. The discernment for me throughout this election stirred me like no other. Enough to register and cast my first vote. I held unto this prophecy because I knew it was the real deal and since then lance wallnu, kim clement, Kat kerr and numerous prophetic visions have all aligned. God comes back for a spotless bride, not a lukewarm church that can’t discern. Trump is a reprieve. You clearly are part of the church that lacks discernment.

    Comment by Chanyel — March 25, 2017 @ 5:07 pm | Reply

    • Chantel I totally agree with everything you stated. Jason did reference Trump’s search, a subtle implication that he’s not worthy. News flash, not one of us are. God turned murderous Saul/Paul around and used him to write most of the new testament. I think President Trump is a walk in the park in comparison. And the president has stated that he has asked for forgiveness.

      Comment by Sandy — September 3, 2017 @ 7:11 am | Reply

      • I meant to say Trump’s speech, not search.

        Comment by Sandy — September 3, 2017 @ 7:12 am

  28. Will you acknowledge your mistake after Trump names his 5th Supreme Court justice?

    Comment by Michal — May 14, 2017 @ 1:31 am | Reply

    • I will not acknowledge my mistake because I did not make a mistake. The fact that Trump is now the president of the United States does not change anything I said. I never said Trump would not win–though it is true that I did not even think he would win the nomination. What I said was not about Trump nearly so much as it was about prophesy. The false prophesy is what I take real issue with and I stand by everything I said about prophesy in this post.

      Comment by jbwatson — May 30, 2017 @ 8:21 pm | Reply

  29. I want you all to realize something, the attacks against Trump today are irrational and baseless. They are lying daily in reputable news sources. Think about that for a moment. This is the level that they have had to go too in order to defeat Trump. If they succeed, then it won’t be because God brought down Trump because God does not need to lie and hype people in to a frenzy by manipulating them. It will be because God held back and allowed the forces of Satan and darkness to have this victory, and if they are successful, you can know that God has decided that there is only so far that He will go in protecting us in this day and time. I means that our sins have reached a point that God has had enough, and we are done as we currently know ourselves today.

    Comment by crask — May 31, 2017 @ 11:32 am | Reply

    • It appears that just about everyone commenting on this post is focused on Trump. My post was not about Trump–it was about the alleged prophesy concerning Trump’s election.

      Comment by jbwatson — May 31, 2017 @ 9:00 pm | Reply

      • You’re embarrassing yourself, id at LEAST admit that if Donald Trump gets the 5 supreme court seats, that “Yes, I was wrong about Mark Taylor” but it seems for you its about pride – NO WAY Mark Taylor is false if we get those 5 seats, do you at least agree with that?

        Comment by arugala — July 16, 2017 @ 3:42 am

      • No, I do not agree with that. Again, you are missing the fact that my post was not about Trump winning the presidency but about Taylor’s “prophecy”–which he has now turned into a book, by the way, full no doubt of more of his so-called “prophecies.” But since you asked about the Supreme Court, I do not foresee any scenario in which Donald Trump gets to nominate five justices. But even if he did, my opinion of Mark Taylor’s “prophecy” would not change.

        Comment by jbwatson — July 29, 2017 @ 3:30 am

  30. Fact. Not a single character in the Bible ever existed.

    Comment by Robert Hawthorne — June 7, 2017 @ 10:04 pm | Reply

    • Fact? You need to check your facts, sir. The evidence for the existence of Jesus Christ alone is overwhelming, not to mention many, many other “characters” in the Bible.

      Comment by jbwatson — June 26, 2017 @ 3:07 pm | Reply

  31. America has killed 65,000,000 babies in the womb, our courts say it is legal to do so, men may now marry men and women may now marry women, America is an immoral materialistic nation that has turned away from God, our churches are corrupt and void of sound doctrine……..yet according to this man, Taylor, God is going to restore what has been taken from us by seven fold……..I don’t think so.

    Comment by Rudy — June 22, 2017 @ 12:49 am | Reply

    • You completely missed the part where THE CHURCH is responsible for not fighting roe vs wade, and I wonder if you are blind to the atrocities being done by the rest of the “Godless” world, at least we still have God in our country – yes! RESTORE the good things America has done, people like you, have blinders on to the things we have done to help other nations!

      Comment by arugala — July 16, 2017 @ 3:49 am | Reply

  32. At least watson uses good grammar and spelling–a rarity these days

    Comment by jean — August 28, 2017 @ 7:07 pm | Reply

  33. Well Jason, as I suspect at this point, you may have been told by many many others…. You’re the one that is wrong!

    Comment by Sandy — September 3, 2017 @ 7:01 am | Reply


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