Paula White Cain Prophesies Victory Over Trump on National Day of Prayer: ‘You Will Recover All’

by | May 7, 2020 | Prophetic Insight

At the yearly National Day of Prayer service at the White House Rose Garden, Paula White Cain prophesied over President Donald Trump, declaring, “You will recover all.”

The popular pastor and head of the White House’s Faith and Opportunity Initiative prayed that God’s hand would establish Trump and “give him victory.”

During the White House ceremony, President Trump asked several prominent faith leaders to pray, including Sister Anita Martinez, Pujari Haresh Rambat, Bishop Dwight Green, Chaplain Ibrahim Rahim, Paula White Cain and more.

Cain’s prayer was the longest of all the leaders’ as she declared scriptural blessings over the country and its presidential administration. After declaring an end to the coronavirus and economic devastation, she concluded with a prophecy for Trump that she believed was from God.

“President, one last word,” she said, turning to Trump. “Like David, who had had victory after victory after victory after victory, would face his biggest battle—it was called Ziklag—and they would take his wives and his children and the city would be burned down. And he cried and he wept, and he began to pray out to God, and God gave him a word. And through fasting and praying, I believe this is the word for you and for this nation. The Lord spoke to him and said, ‘Pursue and go after them, and you shall, without fail, recover all.’ Sir, the word of the Lord, I believe, for this nation and this administration is: ‘You will recover all.'”

Before giving the president this prophetic word, Cain also declared Scriptures specifically over Trump.

“We pray over President Trump and first lady, vice president and second lady and this administration. I declare Psalm 89:21: Let Your hand establish President Trump, and let Your arm strengthen him. I declare Psalm 98:1, that Your right hand and Your holy arm will give him victory. We declare victory in the name of Jesus! Isaiah 58:11 says, ‘Guide him continually.’ And You said in Psalm 78:72 that You will guide him by the stillfullness of Your hand. [As] You declared in Psalm 43, send out Your light and truth and let him lead his household, his administration, in the name of Jesus.”

This isn’t the first time Cain has prophesied over the president publicly. During Trump’s first campaign rally for reelection, the pastor declared that God had raised up Trump for such a time as this.

Watch Cain’s prayer and prophecy over Trump at the 47:30 minute marker.

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