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Cindy Jacobs Prays Away Two More Terrorist Attacks

Cindy Jacobs Prays Away Two More Terrorist Attacks May 28, 2015

Cindy Jacobs, self-declared “prophet” and the scourge of Olive Gardens everywhere with her divinely-ordained bottomless bowl of spaghetti, told her “prayer warriors” to go “shields up” last week to prevent terrorist attacks that came to someone in a dream.

I just received a call from Anne Tate, prayer leader for Chuck Pierce, who relayed to me a disconcerting warning. A prophetic intercessor was warned in a dream of a severe attack from ISIS, possibly targeting the Memorial Day Parade in Washington DC.

Last week, another prophetic intercessor contacted me directly with a warning to pray against potential ISIS attacks against the Pentagon. Is an attack imminent?

All this said, shields up! Please pray for our intelligence community and law enforcement folks as they work to secure Washington DC from any attack. Let’s continue to pray for hidden plots to be exposed before they can be hatched!

And guess what? No terrorist attacks. What clearer proof do you need that prayer works? Checkmate, atheists! It reminds me of the guy who walks around all day clanging two pans together. When someone asks him why he does that, he says he does it to prevent shark attacks. “But sharks live in the ocean, they don’t attack people on land,” the guys says. “See, I told you it works!” Prayer is 100% effective in preventing things that weren’t going to happen in the first place.

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