Christianity:- Public Apologies


Elections – 2020

  1. Jeremiah Johnson
    • Christian Post
      • Jeremiah Johnson apologizes for ‘inaccurately prophesying’ a second term for Trump
        Date Published:- 2021-January-8th
    • City Church International
      • Prophet Jeremiah Johnson: My Public Apology
        Date Published:- 2021-January-7th
    • Jeremiah Johnson Ministries
      • Jeremiah Johnson Ministries – My Public Apology and Process
        Date Published:- 2021-January-7th
  2. Tomi Arayomi
    • A Prophecy For The Apologising Prophets! | Tomi Arayomi
      • Profile
        • The Bible says the vision tarries, wait for it, it will not lie and it will surely speak! This might be my last prophetic word for a while for the United States but there is still hope to those who tarry! To those who challenge this word as divisive, perhaps it is and perhaps it must be so!
        • But, of course, there must be divisions among you so that you who have God’s approval will be recognized! ( 1 Corinthians 11:19 )
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          Date Published:- 2021-January-27th
          Date Added:- 2021-January-28th


Elections – 2020

Christian Post

Jeremiah Johnson apologizes for ‘inaccurately prophesying’ a second term for Trump

  1. Jeremiah Johnson of Jeremiah Johnson Ministries apologized to his followers Thursday for “inaccurately prophesying” that President Donald Trump would win a second term and warned Christians to repent of their idolatry of the populist leader.
  2.  “I would like to repent for inaccurately prophesying that Donald Trump would win a second term as the President of the United States. I refuse to blame the saints and say, ‘It didn’t come to pass because they did not pray enough.’ Nor will I proclaim, ‘Donald Trump actually won, so I was right, but now it has been stolen from him,’” Johnson said in a statement.
  3. “I believe the first statement seeks to alleviate the prophetic messenger from the responsibility of what he prophesied, and the second statement is filled with potential pride and an unwillingness to humble himself and admit he was wrong,” he added.
  4. Johnson also apologized to believers he might have caused to doubt the voice of God because of his false prophesy.
    •  “‘I was wrong, I am deeply sorry, and I ask for your forgiveness,’” he wrote. “I specifically want to apologize to any believer in whom I have now caused potential doubt concerning the voice of God and His ability to speak to His people. As a human being, I missed what God was saying; however, rest assured, God Himself is NOT a liar and His written Word should always be the foundation and source of our lives as Christians.”
  5. Despite repenting for prophesying inaccurately about a second term for Trump, Johnson declared “I will never repent for being pro-life, pro-religious liberty, pro-Israel, and pro-traditional marriage.”
  6. He added that he believes the Church would be “much better off concerning these issues under another four years of Donald Trump — if he had repented of his pride and the church had not put him on a pedestal — but this is not what happened.”
  7.  He said he has accepted Trump’s defeat as “the will of God” and urged Christians to now humble themselves.
  8. “A humbling has come and is coming to the American Church like never before. How we choose to respond to this correction and judgment from the Lord will determine many outcomes in the years ahead,” he wrote.
  9. “I encourage the remnant to continue to stand for righteousness and truth in America. We must focus our efforts on preaching the Gospel and making disciples like never before. Remember the words of Jesus, “Let the wheat and tares grow up together until the time of harvest …” I, for one, am choosing today to dedicate 2021 and beyond to the testimony of Jesus Christ,” he added.


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