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Meet the Christian leader who wants you to vote for Trump — because he’ll bring the Second Coming

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While Donald Trump is basing his presidential campaign on the simple slogan, “Make America Great Again,” a Christian leader who is serving as his “liaison for Christian policy,” has bigger plans for the world.

A Trump presidency that will make Jesus return again and bring about the end of the world.

In May of this year, long before he received the GOP nomination for the presidency, Trump added Ohio’s Frank Amedia of Touch Heaven Ministries to his campaign in an effort to reach out to evangelicals.

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Like many evangelicals, Amedia clings to the dispensationalist belief that the End Times are coming and that the fate of Israel is intertwined with it and as such, he is one of the country’s biggest boosters.

According to his official biography,” Frank Amedia is called as an Apostle, Prophet, Pastor, Evangelist, Teacher, and Minister in sound biblical doctrine with gifts of knowledge, healing, and discernment. Enabled by this extensive experience, Pastor Frank has a unique perspective on the parallel journey of the Church and Israel as he is called as one to prepare the way for the coming of the Lord.”

Which brings us to Amedia’s love of GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump.

In an interview with Charisma magazine publisher Steve Strang — noted by Right Wing Watch — Amedia explains his attraction to the candidate stems from a conversation he had with God, and that Trump’s brand of change, related to what he calls “breaker annointing,” will  bring about “the coming of the Lord.”

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“I really was not even thinking about Donald Trump as being a serious candidate,” he said. “And the Lord spoke very clearly to me, and he said to me, ‘This man is going to win the nomination and I want you to be ready to serve my cause when I call you.’”

Ameida believes that Trump is an instrument of God, despite the candidate’s wavering attachment to Christianity depending upon which group he is talking to.

“In this instance, it’s not because Donald Trump has heralded his faith or the name of God, but the Lord has put His favor upon him, and how amazing it is that the favor of God can overcome so many mistakes, so many bumbles, so many things that otherwise we would think would destroy somebody in business, destroy them in politics, destroy them in relationships,” Ameida reasoned. “But yet it’s very evident it was the will of the Lord to do this and here we sit now.”

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Ameida described a “skirmish going on” among the “heavenlies,” which will allow Trump break up the established norms, hence the “breaker anointing,” with the pastor referencing a passage in the Old Testament Book of Micah that heralds the end of days.

“And this breaker anointing is manifesting in so many different facets on earth today,” he explained. “One of them is the political realm, one of them is right here in the United States, and I perceive that Donald Trump has been raised up with that breaker anointing to just begin to crush all of the strangleholds that have been placed upon this country.”

“Let’s face it, this country influences the world. And the positions that he’s taken, albeit in not quite the personality that you and I would walk out into, is accomplishing in establishing a lot of what were established norms and are established norms that haven’t been very effective at all on serving the principles of the Kingdom of God.”

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In short, President Trump would bring about the end of the world as we know it  — and Pastor Frank Amedia feels fine about that.

You can listen to the interview below, via Right Wing Watch:

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