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Controversial Prophetic Leader Dismissed for 'Unscriptural, Unbiblical Behavior'

Controversial prophetic leader Jeff Jansen is under fire.

Newsweek brought a controversial viewpoint, one held by many Christians (and refuted by many others) to the forefront yesterday. "What's coming can't be stopped," Jansen said in a Facebook video on Tuesday. "There's all kinds of amazing things that are happening, and I'm talking about President Trump. I'm talking about him coming back into power. ... I'm talking about everything that God promised, back-to-back terms."

While many who have dug their heels into the ground regarding the certain reelection of Donald Trump have quietly stopped pushing their agenda, Jansen continues to stand firm. Other ministers have issued apologies for missing the prophetic mark but there are some, Jansen included, who are not shying away on what they feel is inevitable—the heroic return of Donald Trump.

Positive Proof That America Was Defined by 1726, Not 1619

Recently, Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., sent a letter to Education Secretary Miguel Cardona, in which he expressed "grave concern" about the Biden administration's plan to implement the New York Times' 1619 Project into school curriculums across America.

There is reason for McConnell's "grave concern," for the 1619 Project paints America as inherently racist and corrupt and in need of fundamental transformation. According to those who propagate this myth, 1619, when the first African slaves were brought to these shores, defined America and is her true founding, not 1776.

This narrative is already being taught in many public schools and has even infiltrated Christian schools. A distraught parent recently contacted me to tell me of her daughter being taught, in her Christian school, that America's founders were bad people and only wanted freedom for themselves.

Revival Sparks in Tampa Bay as Spirit-Filled Church Advances Through Adversity

The rise of Countryside Christian Church, Clearwater, Florida, as a Spirit-led base for healing, wholeness and resources to the local community provides a blueprint for how the Holy Spirit moves and hope for the post-COVID-19 pandemic era.

Just when the situation looks impossible, hopeless or ambiguous, the Lord advances the church through the adversity, which is actually opportunity in disguise. Opposition hits before every major move of God, and then the supernatural happens naturally. This was the pattern that turned a home church plant with seven people in a living room in 1981 into a family-friendly megachurch in 2021 on the edge of a spiritual revival breaking loose in the Tampa Bay area.

"God's hand has been on Countryside since the beginning, and the success that has happened was in spite of me. God's will was going to be done, no matter what," says Glenn Davis, lead pastor of Countryside Christian Church, which is celebrating its 40th anniversary this year.

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