Evangelical Christian Women Pray Over President Trump: February 12, 2020
A group of evangelical Christian women prayed over President Donald Trump when he made an unplanned appearance Wednesday at his hotel in Washington, DC.
Video from the event shows Trump in the middle of the group of women at the Trump International Hotel, as they prayed over him with their arms outstretched and hands laid upon him.
Holy Father, we thank you so much for this evening. We thank you for this man of God. We thank you for his courage of standing up when others would rather stay seated.
Father, we ask you that you protect him. That you lift him up, that you give him strength and know that he must be tired at times. And we just pray that you give him power like none other. We love him, we hold him up, and we thank you. Amen.
According to reports the evangelical Christian women were part of Love From Above Inc. and Be Still Ministries, attending the launch of a new initiative from the former.
Love From Above Inc. has a twofold mission:
To restore hurting women to their original purpose of contentment and wholeness, by helping them understand the source of their brokenness, and to provide them with resources to work through the pain by finding TRUE freedom through self-forgiveness.
Be Still Ministries mission:
This ministry exists to create a hunger and thirst for the gospel of grace and for every daughter to know she is His favorite.
Be Still’s home page boasts a greater purpose:
We inspire women to fully embrace their freedom and rest in the finished work of Jesus Christ.
Trump International Hotel Washington DC
The Trump Hotel in Washington DC website says:
Washington’s historic Old Post Office has been restored far beyond its initial grandeur and proudly stands as the iconic Trump International Hotel Washington, D.C., bringing a new level of luxury to Pennsylvania Avenue.
History Of The Old Post Office
The Old Post Office is listed on the National Register of Historic Places as the Old Post Office and Clock Tower located at 1100 Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington DC. The building’s construction began in 1892 and was completed in 1899. It was used as the city’s main General Post Office until 1914 at the beginning of World War I.
After 1914, the Pennsylvania Avenue 1899 landmark structure functioned primarily as a federal office building. During the construction of the surrounding Federal Triangle complex in the 1920’s, proposals were made for several area buildings to be torn down. However, the Post Office was spared due to disputes over land for a new site delaying the project while rapid expansion of executive bureaucracies, from Wilson to FDR, made it impractical. The historic Center Market did not fare so well. It was demolished in 1931 and replaced by the National Archives Building.
The historic Old Post Office was again slated for demolition in the 1970’s due to proposals for the completion of the enveloping Federal Triangle complex of government offices, but again plans failed.
The building is an example of Richardsonian Romanesque architecture named after architect Henry Hobson Richardson (1838-1886). It is the third tallest structure, excluding radio towers, in Washington, D.C. Its 315-foot (96 m) high Clock Tower houses the “Bells of Congress” and offers panoramic views of the city and its surroundings on an observation level.
1923 Aerial Photo Of Pennsylvania Avenue In Washington DC
1923 aerial photograph of the Federal Triangle area looking east, with Pennsylvania Avenue in the left, the District Building in the foreground, and the Post Office building and Center Market in the background.