God, Trump, and COVID-19, by Stephen E. Strang, Paperback

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  • Author: Stephen E. Strang
  • Foreword by: Lori Bakker

SKU: 3866159

From the bestselling author of God and Donald Trump, comes the follow-up to God, Trump and the 2020 Election. God, Trump, and COVID-19 reveals insider information about China, the virus, and the ever-increasing stakes of the upcoming election. Find answers to the question many believers are asking today: where is God in all of this? Discover a little-known prophecy from the late David Wilkerson about the plague coming that would shut down the government as well as churches and bars, while shaking New York City as it's never been shaken before. Wilkerson said this plague would force believers into radical prayer that will spark an awakening, something that's been echoed by Christian leaders and prophets.
While the economy was booming and Donald Trump was resolving long-term problems and beating back attacks from his opponents, this brand-new virus stirred everything up including the outcome of the election. The author reveals inside information about what happened in China early in the pandemic and what went wrong. He even shows how Donald Trump led the nation during this time of crisis.
In 2016, God raised up Donald Trump to lead America through a pivotal time. Evangelicals who recognized this, backed him more than any other presidential candidate in history. As we prepare for Election Day 2020, the stakes are even higher, especially with the uncertainty and upheaval caused by COVID-19. This book serves as a second part of God, Trump and the 2020 Election, which outlined the fight for the soul of America. Strang believes readers should explore both books to fully understand what is at stake. With the shutdown caused by the pandemic, serious anti-Christian trends surfaced, such as some states closing non-essential churches while allowing liquor stores to provide curbside service, or ceasing all elective surgeries except abortion, which is the taking of a life, while the purpose in shutting down the economy was to save lives.