Trump Spiritual Advisor Wants You To Send Her Up To 1 Month's Pay Or Face 'Consequences'




Trump Spiritual Advisor Wants You To Send Her Up To 1 Month's Pay Or Face 'Consequences'
Trump Spiritual Advisor Wants You To Send Her Up To 1 Month's Pay Or Face 'Consequences'  

Paula White, a prosperity gospel preacher with close ties to President Donald Trump, is calling on followers to send her donations of up to one month's salary. Those who don't pay up could face "consequences" from God as he demands the dough as a "first fruits" offering.

"The reason is God lays claim to all firsts," White wrote on her website. "So when you keep for yourself something that belongs to God you are desecrating what is to be consecrated to God."

In this case, the "firsts" are money, which "supernaturally unlocks amazing opportunity, blessing, favor and divine order for your life."

White, who is chairwoman of Trump's evangelical advisory committee, claims she contributes a month's pay every year as a "seed," which according to prosperity gospel is supposed to grow into riches and other blessings. She's also calling on others to contribute their own firsts, in the form of wages for a day, week or entire month:

While White said these firsts "belong to God and God alone," she wants them sent to her in the form of offerings to her ministries.

White delivered a prayer at Trump's inauguration, where she called on God to give the president "the confidence to lead us in justice and righteousness, and the compassion to yield to our better angels."

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