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Exposing the False Prophets of the Mid-Terms #3: Terri Pearson Copeland

by | Nov 15, 2022

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We’ve been bringing you a series of false prophets who prophesied falsely about the mid-term elections. First in our series was Hank Kunneman (ad-free version), who falsely prophesied that God would use the mid-term elections to restore America. That was followed by a man by the name Dutch Sheets (ad-free article), real name, who invoked the name of God, promising that “the wind is about to blow” prior to the mid-term elections. Now, in #3, we bring to you Terri Copeland Pearsons.

Terri Copeland Pearsons, daughter of Kenneth and his first of three wives, Ivy Bodiford, is the Senior Pastor of Eagle Mountain International Church (EMIC) at Kenneth Copeland Ministries (KCM), where she and her husband have pastored for 25 years. She also serves as the Chief Visionary Officer of KCM.

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Pearsons, like Dutch Sheets and Hank Kunneman, had a big vision from God promising big results in the mid-term elections. But, unlike the former, Pearson’s prophecy was on Wednesday night following the elections after it had already become clear that Republicans did not get the expected “red wave” that the false prophets falsely prophesied. Instead, Pearsons turned her attention to redeeming the elections and clearing out all the false ballots.

Now, in full disclosure, this author certainly believes that the elections are rigged and that there are plenty of shenanigans taking place, especially in places like Arizona and Georgia. Something is certainly off that warrants an open investigation. That being said, prior to several states calling the elections for certain candidates, Pearsons promised that angels would be removing “every wicked ballot” in numerous states which would, in effect, turn all these states red.

Of course, that did not happen, and Pearson’s prophecy, like the others, is false.

when a prophet speaks in the name of the Lord, if the word does not come to pass or come true, that is a word that the Lord has not spoken; the prophet has spoken it presumptuously. You need not be afraid of him. —Deuteronomy 18:22

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