During Kenneth Copeland’s live election broadcast on election night called “America Stands: Election Coverage in the Spirit of Faith,” Copeland said he has direct access to the President of the United States. Copeland is a member of U.S. President-elect Donald Trump’s faith advisory council.
Copeland said that if God puts something on his heart that needs to be delivered to the president, he’ll now have a direct line to deliver that message.
“I have no doubt,” he said, “if something were to really strike my heart, if God really showed me something that I felt like and that the Lord would say, ‘You deliver this,’ I have no doubt that I could deliver it, and that was not true in presidents past even though we had influence in some areas in some ways.”
“I am totally convinced that if the Lord were to say something to me… that the president needs to hear,” he said, “I have no doubt that we could do it and do it quickly and have audience to say, ‘Thus saith the Lord’ and he wouldn’t just turn it over to an aide or something and just write it off. He would listen and it would mean something to him.”
Will Kenneth Copeland play a part in preparing for a national Sunday Law in the United States?
“The miracle-working power manifested through spiritualism will exert its influence against those who choose to obey God rather than men. Communications from the spirits will declare that God has sent them to convince the rejecters of Sunday of their error, affirming that the laws of the land should be obeyed as the law of God. They will lament the great wickedness in the world and second the testimony of religious teachers that the degraded state of morals is caused by the desecration of Sunday. Great will be the indignation excited against all who refuse to accept their testimony.” The Great Controversy, page 590, 591.
(Note: Start watching the video at 2:28 until 2:30 for the exact quote)