John Kilpatrick Says 'the Spirit of God is Going to Invade This Nation'

John Kilpatrick Says 'the Spirit of God is Going to Invade This Nation'

Last year, Rev. Kilpatrick gave a prophetic word that Jezebel was forcefully opposing President Trump and his agenda. Now, Kilpatrick says in this in-depth interview with Stephen Strang, this nation is getting close to revival, but ministers must preach repentance to get there.

 

 

28 Minutes • 16 days ago

Episode Notes

In-Depth with

Stephen Strang

Guest: John Kilpatrick

Last year, Rev. Kilpatrick gave a prophetic word that Jezebel was forcefully opposing President Trump and his agenda. Now, Kilpatrick says in this in-depth interview with Stephen Strang, this nation is getting close to revival, but ministers must preach repentance to get there.

Introduction

Stephen Strang: There have been many great revivals throughout American history, and one of the greatest recent revivals took place in Pensacola, Florida. It was called the Pensacola Outpouring and sometimes was called the Brownsville Revival because it happened at Brownsville Assembly of God. Hello, everyone this is Stephen Strang and today I'm going to go in-depth with the pastor at the time at Brownsville Assembly of God where there was this great and mighty outpouring. His name is john Kilpatrick. Pastor Kilpatrick, remind me and my listeners what sparked that great revival, and how long did it last?

·         Read the Strang Report: John Kilpatrick: Jezebel is Stepping Out of Shadows to Oppose Revival, Trump’s Re-Election

·         John Kilpatrick: We’re in a Battle with Jezebel for the Soul of This Nation

John Kilpatrick: Prayer is what sparked it. God never puts revival on sale. It'll cost this generation what it cost previous generations. So, I did away with preaching on Sunday nights two and a half years before revival broke out because I just felt that we had plenty of preaching I felt like that the church was strong in that area. We had midweek, we had Sunday morning. So many people would tell me they loved to pray. But when they got home and got kids ready for bed and cooked supper and helped with homework and all that, they just didn't hardly have much time for prayer. So, the Lord spoke to me and He said if you'll make this a house of prayer, I'll pour out my spirit here. So, I said, well, Lord, I'll be happy to do that. But, I said, help me. Give me a plan because not too many people get excited about prayer. So, the Lord gave me an idea of 12 prayer banners, and I had some down the main floor and I had some up in the balcony. If you prayed around a category, which was 12 categories, if you prayed around those prayer banners for five minutes, and you pray for 12 banners, you’ve prayed an hour easy. When people began to pray around those prayer banners, and they had a visual that they played around with other people pray and around the same banner, I mean the time just flew by. The prayer meeting on Sunday night began to go from an hour to an hour and a half to two hours. We'd have Holy Communion every Sunday night at the end of prayer. Then we prayed for people that were going in for tests and surgeries and things like that. So, we dedicated the whole service on Sunday night to prayer.

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Stephen Strang: My listeners can’t do banners probably, but we could pray those 12 categories. Can you tell me what they were? And maybe people can write them down?

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John Kilpatrick: Yes, I can remember most of them, I'm sure. We had one where we prayed for the schools, both public and private schools. We prayed for the students, we prayed for the leaders of our nation. We had a retired officer from the Navy that led that prayer banner. We had a warfare banner where people would come and we would do warfare. Then we had one where we prayed for other pastors and other churches across the nation and around the world. We had a revival banner; my wife was over the revival banner. Of course, it drew a lot of fire, people praying for revival. We had a souls banner where we prayed for souls, God to save souls. We had a healing banner where we prayed for people to experience divine supernatural healing. As we began to pray it was like an imp jumped up on my shoulder and just begin to just accuse me, just a battle. If you don't stop this, you're going to lose your crowd. If you don't stop this prayer, they're going to go to other churches where there's preaching. You had better stop this. If you don't stop it, you're going to lose this thing. I mean that happened for about a year. I had to battle that for almost a year. Actually, the church was growing on Sunday nights, the church group by over 20 percent on Sunday evenings for the prayer meetings. Despite my eyes seeing the growth, that accusation was still there; you had better stop this. We prayed two and a half years, and then revival came in June of 1995. I have to say this. After we prayed for about a year, we were praying upstairs one night, I was up there by the leaders of our country banner, and as we were praying, I heard the Holy Spirit speak to me. He said, you have held tight. He said, now I'm about to send forth my spirit in this place in a mighty way. That still didn't happen for about a year and a half. But I never heard that voice of accusation on my shoulder anymore. It was just totally gone. But now the church was really roaring in prayer. I had to learn to pray and love the prayer time. Besides that, the Lord said that his house would be known as a house of prayer, not as a house of preaching, although we know we have to have preaching. It is not as a house of announcements, it’s not a house of entertainment, but a house of prayer among all nations.

Stephen Strang: That's exciting. I know your story well enough to know that the revival actually started on Father's Day, when you had a special speaker named Steve Hill. I remember that you had just gone through a loss in your own family and you were kind of down. Can you describe the circumstances around that very special day and what happened on Father's Day?

John Kilpatrick: My mother was a very pivotal person in my life. She used to take beatings for taking me to church, me and my half-sisters. My mother got saved under my brother-in-law's tent revival many years ago in Georgia. My father didn't want a Christian wife. And he certainly didn't want a wife filled with the Holy Spirit. So, he began to be violent. My mother was a great wife, very loving, never aggressive toward him whatsoever. But she just told him, she said, honey, I don’t want our son to be raised without church. She said, if I have to take this, I'll take it. But I've got to take our son to church. So, mother would come home, we’d have to ride the city bus. So, whenever we'd come home from church and get off the bus and have to walk home, he would start in and it would just be a ritual almost every Sunday where my mother would have to endure verbal abuse and sometimes physical abuse. She took that to make sure that her son was raised in a church where the presence and the power of God was. I never forgot it. Any success that God has ever given me, he gave it to me because of my mother being an intercessor and standing there taking that kind of abuse for her son to be raised in the house of God, especially a powerhouse. So, my mother had just passed away. She lived with my wife and I for 13 years in our home. She helped us raise the boys while we're busy in the ministry. My mother just passed away and she missed that Brownsville Revival by five weeks. She died of pancreatic cancer. And whenever she died, it was just a devastating loss for me. I was in great grief. A prophet called me on the telephone. A true prophet called me on the phone and he said, brother Kilpatrick, the Lord has heard your cry for revival. He said he's going to send revival to you. But he said first, when your mother is gone, when your mother is passed, then the Lord said he'll send revival. Sure enough, it worked out just like that after my mother died in May, the week before Mother's Day. God sent revival to our church five weeks later on Father's Day of 1995. that.

Stephen Strang: When you invited Steve Hill to speak, you didn't really have that in mind. He was a dynamic preacher. He was a good friend of mine. I had known him since the 1980s. It was just a very unusual gift that he had and a very unusual relationship, at least from my perspective between him and you, that I'd never seen in any other setting like that. But you started having meetings every night and soon people were lined up ahead of time just to get into service. Describe it, please.

John Kilpatrick: They were, and Steve had preached for me many times through the years, he and Jerry many times. He was always the subtlest preacher. He was always a good preacher and he always had great response at Brownsville. But Leonard Ravenhill had just died that January before the June Father's Day revival broke out. I hadn't seen Steve since Leonard Ravenhill passed away and also Steve had been to Holy Brompton in England and was powerfully touched there. So, when Steve came in on Father's Day, I was still grieving. I was glad to see him. But I was really sidetracked a lot because I was in such grief about my mother. But when I saw him after not seeing him for quite some time, several months, there was a difference on stage. He looked different out of his eyes. He walked different, his voice sounded different. There was an authority on him. There was a mantle that had come on Steve. So, whenever I saw him, I said to myself this is not the same Steve Hill I knew, and we had been friends for years. As a matter of fact, he had called me from Argentina and we fellowshipped on the phone and he would tell me all that was going on in the Argentinian revival. We cried together and prayed together on the phone and never had any kind of idea that God would use us in America together in revival here at Brownsville. But he came and he told me that the only Sunday he had open, and he would like to come, was Father's Day. I said I usually operate you on holidays, but come on, I'd be happy to have you. My mother just passed away anyway, it's would be great to have a fill-in guest. So, he came that morning and whenever he preached, I’m telling you, it was evident that he had been touched by God. He has two-point sermon. The first point was, Jesus loves you. The second point was, He has a plan for your life. He preached about 25 minutes, and there was power. There was a great authority, and that church had been packed with two and a half years of prayer. The gas fumes of revival were in the house. Steve was the match that lit it, and whenever he began to preach that morning, he called people forward for prayer. We had about 1,700 people that morning on Father's Day that came to church at which was about an average crowd for us. And out of about 1,700 people in church that morning, about 1,000 came forward for prayer. And whenever they came forward for prayer, the rest is history. I mean, the power of God came down in such an awesome way that if I live to be 300 years old, I'll never forget that day. It was an awesome downdraft of the power and the glory of God.

Stephen Strang: I want to jump forward to August of this past year. Something so incredible happened that I actually interviewed you for my last book about it because it had to do with our nation. It happened on August 19. Before you were doing live radio and of course, technology has changed and now you're doing a live streaming. So, you live stream your services. Tell me and tell my listeners what happened on August 19 and the results of that service?

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John Kilpatrick: I had actually been preaching a series about the power of presence. It was during the time that they were interviewing in Washington, the Kavanaugh hearings, and they were interviewing him. It was just beginning those hearings, and nothing had happened yet. I was preaching that morning and I wound up talking about Jezebel for a few minutes and Ahab. While I was talking about Elijah, the prophet, as long as Elijah was dealing with Ahab, which was Jezebel’s husband, he was the king of Israel. Ahab’s father introduced Jezebel to Ahab. She was a Phoenician, and she was an idol worshipper. She served false gods, but she was beautiful. So, whenever a house father introduced her to Ahab, well, of course, he took her to be his wife. What happened was he kept the throne and ruled Israel, but she really was the power broker behind him. He held the position, but she held the authority. I was preaching that morning to my church about there's some situations where people hold positions, but there's something else that's behind them, someone in authority that's pulling the strings. While I was preaching, the Holy Spirit spoke to me while I was mid-sentence. He said, tell the people, until this point, the president in America has been dealing with this Ahab spirit. Elijah could pretty well manipulate Jezebel because Jezebel could manipulate Ahab and so could Elijah because he was weak. He was a weak man. But the Lord said Jezebel is about to step out of the shadows. And he said you're going to see it and it's going to be very powerful and it is going to be very disruptive. Tell the people to start praying now because up until now, America has been used to this power coming against the church. But now Jezebel is about to step out of the shadows. Well, I'm telling you, when I said that, people went into intercessory prayer, the Kavanaugh hearings kicked off, and the rest is history. You began to see that Jezebel spirit was just really trying its best to dislodge him before he ever got that position of authority.

Stephen Strang: Apparently, somebody took a clip of the service. I watched it I think not once but twice. It’s a fairly long sermon, but somebody took a clip of it to send it out to other intercessors of prayer, and it went viral. Didn't you tell me that within a week you were getting calls from the press internationally because you broke into tongues, which, if you don't go to a Pentecostal charismatic church, you may have never even heard of that. Most people would be a little bit skeptical, but you started interceding, praying in unknown tongues. What happened?

John Kilpatrick: They took that clip and send it to the Alabama Network of Intercessors, which is under Cindy Jacobs. I know the guy that’s in charge of it. Someone just took an excerpt of my message, that part, and sent it to him. Well, he aired it not thinking that it was going to be so controversial. In just a matter of days, it already had over a million hits. Well in this length of the duration of it, it has gotten over 6 million hits. I mean it stirred hell, it stirred the devil up and we got so I had to bring in extra help at the office just to man the telephones. That spirit of Jezebel had gotten stirred up and we saw it manifesting in Washington. You could hear those people crying out and they were dragging them out of the hearing rooms because it was a spirit that did not want that man to get that position and that place of authority. They were trying their best to keep them out. The spirit of Jezebel tries to dislodge anybody that has authority that God has given them. They try to dislodge them and remove them from their place. That's what I was preaching on, and we saw a demonstration of it. But the Lord told me that morning when I was preaching that as of this day, warn the people they're about to come under, and they're about to see the manifestations of this witchcraft spirit of Jezebel, and man, that's when it started.

For the rest of Stephen’s interview with John Kilpatrick, please click here.

 

Where to Find Stephen Strang on the Internet

·         The Strang Report on Charismamag.com

·         The Strang Report on cpnshows.com

·         On Twitter

·         On Facebook

Episode Notes

In-Depth with

Stephen Strang

Guest: John Kilpatrick

Last year, Rev. Kilpatrick gave a prophetic word that Jezebel was forcefully opposing President Trump and his agenda. Now, Kilpatrick says in this in-depth interview with Stephen Strang, this nation is getting close to revival, but ministers must preach repentance to get there.

Introduction

Stephen Strang: There have been many great revivals throughout American history, and one of the greatest recent revivals took place in Pensacola, Florida. It was called the Pensacola Outpouring and sometimes was called the Brownsville Revival because it happened at Brownsville Assembly of God. Hello, everyone this is Stephen Strang and today I'm going to go in-depth with the pastor at the time at Brownsville Assembly of God where there was this great and mighty outpouring. His name is john Kilpatrick. Pastor Kilpatrick, remind me and my listeners what sparked that great revival, and how long did it last?

·         Read the Strang Report: John Kilpatrick: Jezebel is Stepping Out of Shadows to Oppose Revival, Trump’s Re-Election

·         John Kilpatrick: We’re in a Battle with Jezebel for the Soul of This Nation

John Kilpatrick: Prayer is what sparked it. God never puts revival on sale. It'll cost this generation what it cost previous generations. So, I did away with preaching on Sunday nights two and a half years before revival broke out because I just felt that we had plenty of preaching I felt like that the church was strong in that area. We had midweek, we had Sunday morning. So many people would tell me they loved to pray. But when they got home and got kids ready for bed and cooked supper and helped with homework and all that, they just didn't hardly have much time for prayer. So, the Lord spoke to me and He said if you'll make this a house of prayer, I'll pour out my spirit here. So, I said, well, Lord, I'll be happy to do that. But, I said, help me. Give me a plan because not too many people get excited about prayer. So, the Lord gave me an idea of 12 prayer banners, and I had some down the main floor and I had some up in the balcony. If you prayed around a category, which was 12 categories, if you prayed around those prayer banners for five minutes, and you pray for 12 banners, you’ve prayed an hour easy. When people began to pray around those prayer banners, and they had a visual that they played around with other people pray and around the same banner, I mean the time just flew by. The prayer meeting on Sunday night began to go from an hour to an hour and a half to two hours. We'd have Holy Communion every Sunday night at the end of prayer. Then we prayed for people that were going in for tests and surgeries and things like that. So, we dedicated the whole service on Sunday night to prayer.

Brownsville Revival From Charisma News

·         Pentecostal Leaders Prep for ‘Fresh Outpouring’ to Mark Anniversary of Historic Revival

·         Can Brownsville Revival Lightning Strike Again?

·         What You Never Knew About Steve Hill and the Brownsville Revival

·         Holy Spirit Moves at Brownsville Revival Reunion

Stephen Strang: My listeners can’t do banners probably, but we could pray those 12 categories. Can you tell me what they were? And maybe people can write them down?

John Kilpatrick on Charisma

·         John Kilpatrick: Telltale Signs You’re Dealing with a Jezebel Spirit

·         John Kilpatrick Calls Kim Clement’s 2007 Trump Prophecy ‘A Done Deal’

John Kilpatrick: Yes, I can remember most of them, I'm sure. We had one where we prayed for the schools, both public and private schools. We prayed for the students, we prayed for the leaders of our nation. We had a retired officer from the Navy that led that prayer banner. We had a warfare banner where people would come and we would do warfare. Then we had one where we prayed for other pastors and other churches across the nation and around the world. We had a revival banner; my wife was over the revival banner. Of course, it drew a lot of fire, people praying for revival. We had a souls banner where we prayed for souls, God to save souls. We had a healing banner where we prayed for people to experience divine supernatural healing. As we began to pray it was like an imp jumped up on my shoulder and just begin to just accuse me, just a battle. If you don't stop this, you're going to lose your crowd. If you don't stop this prayer, they're going to go to other churches where there's preaching. You had better stop this. If you don't stop it, you're going to lose this thing. I mean that happened for about a year. I had to battle that for almost a year. Actually, the church was growing on Sunday nights, the church group by over 20 percent on Sunday evenings for the prayer meetings. Despite my eyes seeing the growth, that accusation was still there; you had better stop this. We prayed two and a half years, and then revival came in June of 1995. I have to say this. After we prayed for about a year, we were praying upstairs one night, I was up there by the leaders of our country banner, and as we were praying, I heard the Holy Spirit speak to me. He said, you have held tight. He said, now I'm about to send forth my spirit in this place in a mighty way. That still didn't happen for about a year and a half. But I never heard that voice of accusation on my shoulder anymore. It was just totally gone. But now the church was really roaring in prayer. I had to learn to pray and love the prayer time. Besides that, the Lord said that his house would be known as a house of prayer, not as a house of preaching, although we know we have to have preaching. It is not as a house of announcements, it’s not a house of entertainment, but a house of prayer among all nations.

Stephen Strang: That's exciting. I know your story well enough to know that the revival actually started on Father's Day, when you had a special speaker named Steve Hill. I remember that you had just gone through a loss in your own family and you were kind of down. Can you describe the circumstances around that very special day and what happened on Father's Day?

John Kilpatrick: My mother was a very pivotal person in my life. She used to take beatings for taking me to church, me and my half-sisters. My mother got saved under my brother-in-law's tent revival many years ago in Georgia. My father didn't want a Christian wife. And he certainly didn't want a wife filled with the Holy Spirit. So, he began to be violent. My mother was a great wife, very loving, never aggressive toward him whatsoever. But she just told him, she said, honey, I don’t want our son to be raised without church. She said, if I have to take this, I'll take it. But I've got to take our son to church. So, mother would come home, we’d have to ride the city bus. So, whenever we'd come home from church and get off the bus and have to walk home, he would start in and it would just be a ritual almost every Sunday where my mother would have to endure verbal abuse and sometimes physical abuse. She took that to make sure that her son was raised in a church where the presence and the power of God was. I never forgot it. Any success that God has ever given me, he gave it to me because of my mother being an intercessor and standing there taking that kind of abuse for her son to be raised in the house of God, especially a powerhouse. So, my mother had just passed away. She lived with my wife and I for 13 years in our home. She helped us raise the boys while we're busy in the ministry. My mother just passed away and she missed that Brownsville Revival by five weeks. She died of pancreatic cancer. And whenever she died, it was just a devastating loss for me. I was in great grief. A prophet called me on the telephone. A true prophet called me on the phone and he said, brother Kilpatrick, the Lord has heard your cry for revival. He said he's going to send revival to you. But he said first, when your mother is gone, when your mother is passed, then the Lord said he'll send revival. Sure enough, it worked out just like that after my mother died in May, the week before Mother's Day. God sent revival to our church five weeks later on Father's Day of 1995. that.

Stephen Strang: When you invited Steve Hill to speak, you didn't really have that in mind. He was a dynamic preacher. He was a good friend of mine. I had known him since the 1980s. It was just a very unusual gift that he had and a very unusual relationship, at least from my perspective between him and you, that I'd never seen in any other setting like that. But you started having meetings every night and soon people were lined up ahead of time just to get into service. Describe it, please.

John Kilpatrick: They were, and Steve had preached for me many times through the years, he and Jerry many times. He was always the subtlest preacher. He was always a good preacher and he always had great response at Brownsville. But Leonard Ravenhill had just died that January before the June Father's Day revival broke out. I hadn't seen Steve since Leonard Ravenhill passed away and also Steve had been to Holy Brompton in England and was powerfully touched there. So, when Steve came in on Father's Day, I was still grieving. I was glad to see him. But I was really sidetracked a lot because I was in such grief about my mother. But when I saw him after not seeing him for quite some time, several months, there was a difference on stage. He looked different out of his eyes. He walked different, his voice sounded different. There was an authority on him. There was a mantle that had come on Steve. So, whenever I saw him, I said to myself this is not the same Steve Hill I knew, and we had been friends for years. As a matter of fact, he had called me from Argentina and we fellowshipped on the phone and he would tell me all that was going on in the Argentinian revival. We cried together and prayed together on the phone and never had any kind of idea that God would use us in America together in revival here at Brownsville. But he came and he told me that the only Sunday he had open, and he would like to come, was Father's Day. I said I usually operate you on holidays, but come on, I'd be happy to have you. My mother just passed away anyway, it's would be great to have a fill-in guest. So, he came that morning and whenever he preached, I’m telling you, it was evident that he had been touched by God. He has two-point sermon. The first point was, Jesus loves you. The second point was, He has a plan for your life. He preached about 25 minutes, and there was power. There was a great authority, and that church had been packed with two and a half years of prayer. The gas fumes of revival were in the house. Steve was the match that lit it, and whenever he began to preach that morning, he called people forward for prayer. We had about 1,700 people that morning on Father's Day that came to church at which was about an average crowd for us. And out of about 1,700 people in church that morning, about 1,000 came forward for prayer. And whenever they came forward for prayer, the rest is history. I mean, the power of God came down in such an awesome way that if I live to be 300 years old, I'll never forget that day. It was an awesome downdraft of the power and the glory of God.

Stephen Strang: I want to jump forward to August of this past year. Something so incredible happened that I actually interviewed you for my last book about it because it had to do with our nation. It happened on August 19. Before you were doing live radio and of course, technology has changed and now you're doing a live streaming. So, you live stream your services. Tell me and tell my listeners what happened on August 19 and the results of that service?

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John Kilpatrick: I had actually been preaching a series about the power of presence. It was during the time that they were interviewing in Washington, the Kavanaugh hearings, and they were interviewing him. It was just beginning those hearings, and nothing had happened yet. I was preaching that morning and I wound up talking about Jezebel for a few minutes and Ahab. While I was talking about Elijah, the prophet, as long as Elijah was dealing with Ahab, which was Jezebel’s husband, he was the king of Israel. Ahab’s father introduced Jezebel to Ahab. She was a Phoenician, and she was an idol worshipper. She served false gods, but she was beautiful. So, whenever a house father introduced her to Ahab, well, of course, he took her to be his wife. What happened was he kept the throne and ruled Israel, but she really was the power broker behind him. He held the position, but she held the authority. I was preaching that morning to my church about there's some situations where people hold positions, but there's something else that's behind them, someone in authority that's pulling the strings. While I was preaching, the Holy Spirit spoke to me while I was mid-sentence. He said, tell the people, until this point, the president in America has been dealing with this Ahab spirit. Elijah could pretty well manipulate Jezebel because Jezebel could manipulate Ahab and so could Elijah because he was weak. He was a weak man. But the Lord said Jezebel is about to step out of the shadows. And he said you're going to see it and it's going to be very powerful and it is going to be very disruptive. Tell the people to start praying now because up until now, America has been used to this power coming against the church. But now Jezebel is about to step out of the shadows. Well, I'm telling you, when I said that, people went into intercessory prayer, the Kavanaugh hearings kicked off, and the rest is history. You began to see that Jezebel spirit was just really trying its best to dislodge him before he ever got that position of authority.

Stephen Strang: Apparently, somebody took a clip of the service. I watched it I think not once but twice. It’s a fairly long sermon, but somebody took a clip of it to send it out to other intercessors of prayer, and it went viral. Didn't you tell me that within a week you were getting calls from the press internationally because you broke into tongues, which, if you don't go to a Pentecostal charismatic church, you may have never even heard of that. Most people would be a little bit skeptical, but you started interceding, praying in unknown tongues. What happened?

John Kilpatrick: They took that clip and send it to the Alabama Network of Intercessors, which is under Cindy Jacobs. I know the guy that’s in charge of it. Someone just took an excerpt of my message, that part, and sent it to him. Well, he aired it not thinking that it was going to be so controversial. In just a matter of days, it already had over a million hits. Well in this length of the duration of it, it has gotten over 6 million hits. I mean it stirred hell, it stirred the devil up and we got so I had to bring in extra help at the office just to man the telephones. That spirit of Jezebel had gotten stirred up and we saw it manifesting in Washington. You could hear those people crying out and they were dragging them out of the hearing rooms because it was a spirit that did not want that man to get that position and that place of authority. They were trying their best to keep them out. The spirit of Jezebel tries to dislodge anybody that has authority that God has given them. They try to dislodge them and remove them from their place. That's what I was preaching on, and we saw a demonstration of it. But the Lord told me that morning when I was preaching that as of this day, warn the people they're about to come under, and they're about to see the manifestations of this witchcraft spirit of Jezebel, and man, that's when it started.

For the rest of Stephen’s interview with John Kilpatrick, please click here.

 

Where to Find Stephen Strang on the Internet

·         The Strang Report on Charismamag.com

·         The Strang Report on cpnshows.com

·         On Twitter

·         On Facebook

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