Rodney Howard-Browne: “Something huge is going to happen for the Church this year.”

In a recent message to his church congregation in Tampa, FL, Pastor Rodney Howard-Browne announced something good is coming towards the end of 2017.

“I wish I could tell you, but there’s something that’s going to happen towards the end of the year that’s pretty awesome, but I can’t say a word because other people don’t know about it and I don’t want to leak it out.

I don’t go to the White House and come out and then leak out stories, but there’s something that’s going to happen for the Church, for the body of Christ. It’s huge! If you think us laying hands on the President caused  trouble, wait until this thing happens. They’re going to scream like a bunch of stuck pigs, I promise you right now. It’s everything I’ve been praying about. Anyway, okay.”

Whatever it is, it must be good because he described at as an answer to his prayers and something the unrighteous are sure to scream about. It must be a secret because he was not at liberty to give more details, so we’ll just have to wait.

Rodney Howard-Browne is founder and president of Revival Ministries International and pastor of The River at Tampa Bay Church.

He made the announcement at the 17:45-minute mark in the 38-minute video below, which was uploaded to YouTube on August 11 2017. It was part of an excellent teaching on how to pray for President Trump.

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mem
mem
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August 17, 2017 2:04 pm
Repealing Johnson could be one of the biggest Trojan horses yet. Think bigger here, way bigger, don’t suffer from a failure of imagination. Just think of what wicked people can do when given the ability to be tax-deductible AND do basically whatever they want. If you think the Super-PAC’s were bad…Repeal Johnson and you ain’t seen NOTHING yet. I mean it won’t even be a fair comparison People have got to look beyond the trees and see the forest here If true God fearing churches want to be political today, they can. They just have to not be tax deductible and some churches/ministries have chosen to do just that just so they can be free to do/say/promote whatever they want and they trust God to provide for their needs…regardless of the tax status. The problem is that what you and I may see or define as a “church” or “ministry” has almost nothing to do with the IRS legal definition of what a “church” or “ministry” is. There is almost no bar at all. Think about that for a minute It can be a Satanic coven, it can be an association of pretty much anything/anyone that just slap a label of “church” on themselves. A group people can decide to worship dandelions and form a “church”. BLM could form a “ministry”. OFA could form a ministry. The list goes on and on and on!!! This opens the flood gates to let tax-deductible donations flow into the most God-absent organisations that exist today and will spawn a entire new breed of pseudo-churches that exist only to advance political causes and political domination while being fueled by limitless tax-deductible donations from Godless millionaires and billionaires (ahem Soros) who need the tax shelter as well as want to kick their NWO agenda into… Read more »
CPJ
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August 17, 2017 12:33 pm

My guess is it’s the abolishment of the Johnson Amendment, which prohibits non-profits [which would include churches] from endorsing or opposing political candidates, at the threat of losing their tax-exempt status. This has effectively shut the mouths of American preachers for decades, when our pulpits used to be the platform for applying flaming biblical truth and commentary into the politics of the day without apology. Especially true during the Revolutionary War.

Now American pulpits are afraid, even apologetic, if they speak the truth, like it’s a sin. The Johnson Amendment, in large part, is to blame…though let’s be frank. If every American preacher had more allegiance to the Truth than their precious tax-exempt status, the Amendment wouldn’t have had the deadly, silencing impact it has had.

Nevertheless, Trump has pledged repeatedly to abolish this Johnson Amendment.

Might not be the big news Rodney Howard-Browne is referencing, just guessing. It certainly would flip the wicked out for sure. 🙂

CPJ
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August 17, 2017 12:34 pm
Phil - Sydney
Phil - Sydney
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August 16, 2017 10:40 pm

Thanks James
Obama continues to work overtime on his twitter account capitalising on the tragedy in Charlottesville for his own benefit. People are easily fooled.
Best regards
Phil

Valerie
Valerie
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August 18, 2017 2:38 pm

The Johnson Amendment is part of a law, passed by Congress. As such it can’t be overturned by the executive branch of the govt–that would violate the separation of powers. Either Congress would have to repeal it, OR the Supreme Court would have to declare it unconstitutional.

That said, perhaps there’s a way that an executive order could ban the IRS from enforcing it (?). That would legally be kind of tricky, but it may be doable.

Flattop
Flattop
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August 17, 2017 12:29 pm

Its about time something is happening FOR the churchj rather than TO he church

mem
mem
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August 17, 2017 12:17 pm

Probably the Johnson amendment so Churches can be tax exempt and still be political whereas they can’t now. I am not so sure this is a good thing because then ALL churches/mosques, etc get this

scoopie
scoopie
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August 17, 2017 11:38 am

If there are leakers in the White House (and we’re all pretty sure there are, just not sure of who specifically), is it wise to put this out there? If there’s any kind of meetings or organization to it, they’ll be looking out for it, and can try to stop it. But, then again, if it’s truly of God, don’t waste your time trying!

Sue
Sue
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August 17, 2017 10:35 am

Thanks so much for posting this! We appreciate you.

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