Last week, right-wing pseudo-prophet Hank Kunneman threw a fit over criticism he has received for predicting that Donald Trump would have somehow returned to the presidency by now.
That has not happened – nor will it. But Kunneman nonetheless believes that he deserves adulation for trying, reality notwithstanding.
“There’s been a lot of, you know, signing of petitions and accountability that they’re calling for for prophets. I have no problem with a statement of accountability in the prophetic. I have no problem with a statement to identify prophets and what they are and false prophets. What I have a problem with is their statement or their stance. A lot of times, people, their standing – it’s amazing,” Kunneman said on his His Glory show last Thursday, where he was upset that people are not showing their appreciation for him.
“Nobody wrote a letter and thanked me for all the years that I prophesied the other presidents and even President Trump. No, but as soon as something didn’t look like it happened, boy, they jump on the bandwagon to attack you,” he said, before insisting that the Bible forbids non-prophets from having an opinion on prophecy.
“And my question is: How many of those people that are attacking; A) Are you a prophet? So how can you… the Bible says in 1 Corinthians 14 that the prophets are to judge the prophets. ‘If a prophet is to prophesy, let the others judge’; the other prophets, that’s what he was speaking about. And so, you know, are they prophets?” he asked.
“Did they stand in a five-fold office of a prophet? Second, do they have a positional grace and an authority by God? Just because you’re a prophet doesn’t mean that you might be called to be a prophet to the nation. Kay?” Kunneman continued. “There’s different rank and file and responsibilities that are given to the prophets or to any five-fold office. And and so, you look at the list of people. Are they prophets? Yes or no? Second, if they are prophets, have they been assigned by Jesus – the Lord of the church, this is a holy thing – to prophesy to a nation?”
Unfortunately for him, people know a fraud when they see one.
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Brandon is a political writer for the Hill Reporter specializing in current events, breaking news, and scientific discovery. Brandon holds a Bachelor of Music degree from Indiana University. He lives in New York City.