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‘God Told Me To Raise $300 Million This Year’, Televangelist Kenneth Copeland Says

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Appearing on a live-stream from an empty church, Televangelist Kenneth Copeland, who delivered a prayer last in which he literally spat on the coronavirus to “destroy it forever,” made his most baffling proclamation yet.

Copeland told his Christian crew that God told him he needed to raise $300 million this year… and that’s when his lawyers got to work.

“This ministry will receive, this year — are you listening to me now? God just kept laying this on me, just kept laying this on me… of course, I didn’t have any idea all of this [virus] mess was gonna happen, but God did — and the Lord had already dropped in my spirit and in my heart several years ago — about three years ago — that the income of this ministry, this year, had to be $300 million!” he said before adding: “Amen! Had to be!”

He continued: “So in response to what He kept pushing me to do, we prepared a heavenly grant — our attorney looked at it and he put it in proper legal language. We took copies of that. Members of the board, if they haven’t already, will get a copy of that. Thank God. And it is on file in Heaven. It’ll come in this year. It can’t not come in this year. And there’s no virus gonna keep it from happening in my house or yours.”

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This raises so many questions:

What “mess” is he referring to? Didn’t Copeland already defeat COVID-19?

If God gave Copeland income projection years ago, how come Copeland is saying all this like it’s new information?

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GOP Group’s Stunning New Ad Rips Trump Over Russian Bounties: ‘You’re Either A Coward Or You’re Complicit’

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The Lincoln Project, An anti-Trump Republican Super Pac, released two knock-out anti-Trump ads taking aim at the President’s betrayal of American troops and his racism.

In the video, titled “Betrayed,” former U.S Navy SEAL Dr. Dan Barkhuff unloads on Trump, calling out his cowardice and failure to stand up to Putin.

Barkhuff looks directly at the camera while saying, “We need to send this draft dodger back to his golf courses. The lives of our troops depend on it.” The ad blew up on Twitter getting shared thousands and thousands of times.

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