Christian ‘prophet’ Cindy Jacobs declares ‘civil war’ if Equality Act is passed
A Christian ‘prophet’ has claimed her fellow Christians will “rise up” and declare “civil war” if the Equality Act is passed in the US.
Cindy Jacobs, a Christian author and speaker with a self-proclaimed “heart for prophetic gifts,” appeared on The Jim Bakker Show, a weekday talk show specialising in “prophecy and end time news,” on Tuesday (June 17).
Appearing alongside a panel of Christian guest speakers in a segment titled, “What the rest of 2019 will bring,” Jacobs warned the audience that conservative Christians would start a civil war if the Equality Act becomes law.
“There is gonna be a shaking and Christians will rise up.”
— Cindy Jacobs, Christian ‘prophet’
She said: “We are the voice preparing the way, and there does come a time when things turn. When suddenly the Lord says, ‘OK, no more, I’m not going to put up with this anymore.’
“We would even come to a civil war if this continues.”
Jacobs suggested that there would be some kind of divine intervention in response to the Equality Act, in the form of “a shaking.”
She said: “You try to take the Bible away and say that we cannot teach the gospel [of] the Lord Jesus Christ, there are millions of believers in America, and I believe that would be dumbest thing to do, because if they do that, or pass this Equality Act, listen, there’s gonna be a shaking. There is gonna be a shaking and Christians will rise up.”
The Equality Act is a piece of legislation in the US that will protect gender identity and sexual orientation from discrimination.
On May 17, the House of Representatives voted to approve the Equality Act in a landmark victory for America’s LGBT+ community. However, it is unlikely to pass into law while the Senate and White House are led by the Republican Trump administration.
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