On Monday, July 12, 2017, Religious Right Evangelical leaders prayed and laid hands on Donald Trump in the Oval Office. Clearly these contemporary prophets of Baal were shoring up their anointed one in the face of his declining poll numbers:

Photo surfaces of evangelical pastors laying hands on Trump in the Oval Office

A group of evangelical leaders met with President Trump on Monday and laid their hands on him as he bowed in prayer while meeting in the Oval Office.

The leaders met with Jennifer Korn, deputy director and liaison from the White House, for a day-long meeting to discuss several issues, including the Affordable Care Act, religious freedom, pending judicial nominees, criminal justice reform and support for Israel. During their visit the leaders paid a visit to the Oval Office where Vice President Pence and Trump’s son-in-law, Jared Kushner, dropped in.

About 30 leaders received invitations to the White House around a week and a half ago and included many of Trump’s faith advisory council from his campaign, including Florida megachurch pastor Paula White, South Carolina megachurch pastor Mark Burns, former Republican representative Michele Bachmann and Southern Baptist pastors Jack Graham, Ronnie Floyd and Robert Jeffress.

Evangelicals, especially those who consider themselves more charismatic, often lay hands on individuals during prayer. In the New Testament, the apostles would lay hands on believers, often using it as a sign of responsibility or authority. Many Christians lay hands on those who are being ordained in the church.

In the prophet Elijah's confrontation with the prophets of Baal, the miracle-working power was wrought by him under the power of the Holy Spirit. The prophecy concerning the modern prophets of Baal reveals a reversal of the miracle-working power, and this deceives "them that dwell on the earth;" but the destruction of this power as the False Prophet is described in Rev. 19:20.

Religious leaders pray over Trump in Oval Office

Evangelical leaders laid hands and prayed over President Trump in the Oval Office on Monday, and discussed several policy issues, the Washington Post reports.

Pastors at the meeting told The Post that the group discussed issues such as religious freedom, judicial nominees, criminal justice reform and the Affordable Care Act. Vice President Pence and Trump's son-in-law, Jared Kushner, were also present at the prayer gathering.

The group included megachurch pastors Paula White of Florida and Mark Burns of South Carolina, former Republican Rep. Michele Bachmann (Minn.) and three Southern Baptist pastors.

The laying of hands is a symbol of God's authority, practiced in many evangelical denominations. Jesus and his apostles used the sign throughout the New Testament to bless and heal people and to commission messengers of the gospel. Pastor Rodney Howard-Browne posted photos of the meeting on Facebook, and said he prayed for "supernatural wisdom, guidance and protection" for Trump. "Wow — we are going to see another great spiritual awakening," he said in the post.

That there are supernatural forces empowering Trump is an unquestionable fact. It is expressly predicted in Rev. 16:13-14. Note how this passage of Scripture and Rev. 19:20 clearly identify the two-horned beast of Rev. 13 as the False Prophet.

Trump has been embattled throughout the first six months of his presidency, and seems to be headed for certain impeachment unless he is able to head it off with the support of the Theocrats. How much damage his presidency will do to constitutional democracy in the United States, and above all in the spiritual realm by raising theocratic governance to a pinnacle of satanic power remains to be seen; but the Christian Supremacists have his successor waiting in the wings. American democracy and true religious liberty are under a siege that appears to be terminal in the light of Bible prophecy.

'A Visit Among Friends': Evangelical Leaders Pray Over Trump at Oval Office Meeting

A group of evangelical leaders prayed over President Donald Trump in the Oval Office, with Vice President Mike Pence in attendance as well.

Following a meeting hosted by the Office of Public Liaison on Monday, the evangelical leaders met with President Trump and administration officials in the Oval Office.

Johnnie Moore, president of the KAIROS Company and an attendee of the prayer meeting, snapped a photo of the laying of hands on Trump that is garnering immense attention on social media.

In a statement emailed to The Christian Post, Moore described the event as "a very special moment but it was also not an unusual one."

"Various ones of us have prayed with him many times and have been praying for him for a long time ... We believe we are a praying nation, and we begin by praying for our leaders," stated Moore.

"As you know, most evangelicals believe it's a sacred responsibility to pray for the president, and this is very much in our tradition as Americans who once took — and sometimes still do take — this responsibility seriously."

Moore also noted that while he and the other evangelical leaders had prayed for former President Barack Obama, "it's different with President Trump."

"When we are praying for President Trump we are praying within the context of a real relationship, of true friendship," continued Moore, calling it "a visit among friends."

"Evangelicals feel the door to the White House is as open as it has ever been before, even compared to Reagan according to several that were there whose career began back then."

It appears that since 2015 the spirits of Rev. 16:13-14 have inspired Evangelical leaders to claim "that God has given Trump 'an anointing for the mantle of government',” comparing his future role to that of Cyrus described in Isaiah 45:

‘Prophetic Prayer’ Claims God Has Given Donald Trump ‘Anointing for Mantle of Government’

A leadership and motivational speaker recently delivered what he called a “prophetic prayer” to Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump via his attorney, claiming that God has given Trump “an anointing for the mantle of government.”

Lance Wallnau of Dallas posted a video on Facebook on Tuesday that showed the speaker encouraging Christians at an event in North Carolina to support Trump. He was surrounded by scores of attendees who cheered for the presidential candidate with their hands raised in the air.

“My dear Michael Cohen,” Wallnau states, referring to Trump’s attorney, “I am here with a group of people that are praying for and encouraging Mr. Donald Trump. These are the tribe; would you all encourage him!”

Then people then raised loud cheers for several seconds.

“God has given this man an anointing for the mantle of government in the United States and he will prosper,” Wallnau declares, the people then cheering again and clapping.

He said in his social media post that he won some of the attendees over for Trump after telling them that he recently realized that the 2016 election will select the 45th president, and he felt that God was telling him to read Isaiah 45 to “see who the 45th President of the United States should be.”

“This is what the Lord says to His anointed, Cyrus, whose right hand I have grasped to subdue nations before him, as I strip kings of their armor, to open doors before him and gates that cannot keep closed,” Isaiah 45:1 reads.

[I] told them my experience and asked them to consider standing behind Mr. Trump as he continues to step into the role of a rough reformer like Luther to take on the Political and establishment high places,” Wallanu said. “He needs to continue his work as a divine wrecking ball to the spirit of political correctness that has been like witchcraft muzzling and intimidating the Christian community.” . . .

Wallnau was among those present last month when over 30 members of the clergy met with Trump at his New York City tower and laid hands on him to pray for his potential presidency.

Prosperity preachers Kenneth Copeland, Paula White and TBN’s Jan Crouch were also present.

Lance Wallnau, Kenneth Copeland, Paula White, are all leaders in the charismatic movement. Jan Crouch (now deceased) also was a charismatic. The leaders of this delusional movement which is driven by the evil spirits of Rev. 16:13-14, 16, has recognized in Donald Trump and instrument for the advancement of the devil's ultimate purpose via his representative on earth, the Church of Rome.

There is one individual who can aptly be described as the High Priest of Baal, and that is Pat Robertson. In an essay titled The Despoiling of America, by Katherine Yurica, under the section heading "The First Prince of the Theocratic States of America" is the following statement:

It happened quietly, with barely a mention in the media. Only the Washington Post dutifully reported it. And only Kevin Phillips saw its significance in his new book, American Dynasty. On December 24, 2001, Pat Robertson resigned his position as President of the Christian Coalition.

Behind the scenes religious conservatives were abuzz with excitement. They believed Robertson had stepped down to allow the ascendance of the President of the United States of America to take his rightful place as the head of the true American Holy Christian Church.

Robertson’s act was symbolic, but it carried a secret and solemn revelation to the faithful. . .

The High Priest of Baal followed up the prayer and anointing in the Oval Office by the prophets of Baal with a friendly interview, thus further reinforcing the anointing of Trump as the appointed leader of the Theocrats:

Amid controversy, Trump sits down with Pat Robertson for interview

President Trump, embroiled in a controversy over possible collusion with the Russians to influence the 2016 election, sat for an interview with the Rev. Pat Robertson, former Republican presidential candidate and host of the Christian television show “The 700 Club.”

The interview, which will be aired on the Christian Broadcasting Network on Thursday (July 13), is another example of the president’s sidestepping of the traditional news media for friendlier outlets.

Robertson, who founded CBN in 1961, was a vocal Trump supporter during the 2016 campaign. He defended the candidate’s lewd behavior in a 2005 “Access Hollywood” video as “macho talk” and has described Trump critics as “revolting against God’s plan for America.”

Robertson speaks not for the God of heaven; but for the God of this world. The events unfolding in the election and presidency of Donald Trump are clearly fulfilling prophecy. The predicted Image has clearly emerged from the shadows in the United States, mirroring the first Beast of Revelation 13. Although the anointing of Trump in the Oval Office was performed by Evangelicals as reported, these prophets of Baal are locked in tight embrace with the hierarchy of the Roman Catholic Church, which is the first Beast. It is worthy of note that at least one prominent person who presented himself at the ceremony is the perfect embodiment of this satanic union, in his own words.

It appears that whether or not Donald Trump is impeached and forced out of the presidency, the nation is caught in the deadly claws of the dragon. Events are crying out for the undivided attention of historicist students of Bible prophecy.