Paula White Cain Declares 'Holy Ground' Over White House, Trump Administration
Paula White Cain declared "holy ground," over President Donald Trump and the White House during her invocation at the National Day of Prayer event in the Rose Garden.
"We thank You for this wonderful White House, for our president, first lady, first family and administration," Cain said. "We declare it to be holy ground. I will bless the Lord at all times, and His praise shall continually be in my mouth. So as we thank You for the goodness, for the prosperity of our nation, for Your blessing, for Your hand."
White quoted multiple Scriptures as she prayed and prophesied over the first family.
"You declared in Jeremiah 1:5 that before he was ever formed in his mother's womb that You had set him apart and ordained him. According to Psalm 139:16, that You ordained all of his days before one of them ever came into being, so not one day take You by surprise. We thank You that You have already given him the victory through Christ Jesus," Cain said.
She also rebuked any demonic attacks against the family.
"We understand Ephesians 6:12, that we are not wrestling against flesh and blood but against principalities, wickedness and darkness, so we declare every demonic network to be scattered right now. We declare right now that there is a hedge of protection over our president, first lady, every assignment, the purpose they carry and the mantle," Cain said.
Cain concluded her invocation by praying for Trump to complete the assignment God has called him to do.
"Like the apostle said in Galatians, the apostle Paul said, 'I was set apart in my mother's womb and marked off by boundaries.' Let him fulfill all the will of the Lord and do the assignment God has carried him to do for Your great name, Your great nation and for all Your people in the world. I decree this and declare this in the mighty matchless name of Jesus Christ, and according to Job 2:28, whatever I decree and declare is established. And everybody said, 'Amen!'"
While Cain concluded the event, Vice President Mike Pence opened.
"Today we pray for America," Pence said. "And as we pray, let's pray with confidence, as was inscribed in those ancient words millennia ago, that if His people, who are called by His name will humble themselves and pray, that He'll do like He's always done through the long and storied history of this nation: He'll hear from heaven, and He'll heal this land, this one nation, under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all."