Self-proclaimed Christian prophet Johnny Enlow said that his “vision” of Trump holding a golden scepter proves that he is still president of America.
On April 30, Enlow described his vision in a public Facebook post.
Enlow’s post is an apparent response to an April 29 statement from 85 Christian leaders. The four-page statement told Christian prophets to provide apologies and explanations if they had publicly predicted that Trump would become president by a specific date that had now passed.
The statement added that the public apologies and explanations are not intended as shaming or punishments. But they were intended as “a mature act of love to protect the honor of the Lord, the integrity of prophetic ministry and the faith of those to whom the word was given.”
The statement added that a prophet must have his future prophecies evaluated by a fellow prophet.
“Those refusing such accountability should not be welcomed for ministry,” the statement added.
The following day, Enlow then criticized the statement in a Facebook post.
“Those who refuse to disagree with God must now be pressured into accepting the steal, under the guise of ‘being humble enough’ to admit being wrong,” Enlow wrote.
“How about ‘being humble enough’ to keep agreeing with God after even believers and fellow leaders push for abandoning what He has clearly revealed?”
In the post, Enlow repeatedly labeled the now-President Joe Biden as the “thief” and the media as his co-conspirators.
The self-described prophet believes that Biden stole the election through an unprecedented nationwide conspiracy of widespread voter fraud.
Trump himself as well as his campaign lawyers and Republican Party officials have made claims about voter frauds last year in over 60 court cases. But the majority of the cases were dismissed due to lack of evidence.
Enlow went on to say that during his mid-prayer, he saw a vision of Trump “seated on a throne holding a golden scepter with a golden crown on his head,” and that this portrays Trump’s “PRESENT status from heaven’s perspective.”
“Heaven does not recognize [Joe Biden] having any scepter nor wearing any crown,” Enlow wrote. “From heaven’s perspective, there is only the legitimacy of [Trump].”
“God has assigned a massive contingency of angels to that scepter and to that crown.”
Since Trump had a higher vote count than Biden at the end of Election Night before states started counting their mail-in ballots, Enlow argued that Trump actually won the election, fulfilling his prophecy that he would win.