John Kilpatrick is a Pastor who is making headlines after a video of him speaking in tongues and thanking God for Hillary’s loss, has surfaced.
News outlets have recently pointed out the bizarre episode that took place earlier this month at the Evangel Temple in Meridian, Mississippi.
A clip posted online by Raw Story, shows Mr. Kilpatrick screaming
“Thank the Lord for the victory! Thank you for saving our nation! Thank you, Lord, for bringing Jezebel down! Thank you, thank you, thank you, thank you WOOOOOO! Revival’s on the way!”
It is believed he is talking about Hillary Clinton’s defeat in the presidential elections. For those of you wanting to know more about the man who just called Hillary Clinton a demon, we invite you to keep reading below!
66-year-old John Kilpatrick is a pastor of two historic revivals; the Brownsville Revival in Pensacola, Florida and the Bay Revival in Mobile, Alabama.
According to online info, John Kilpatrick Ministries was established in 1996 as a result of the white-hot fires of the Brownsville Revival.
The John Kilpatrick Ministries website states, he has nearly fifty years of pastoral ministry, twenty-two of which included his ministry at Brownsville Assembly of God in Pensacola, Florida.
He currently serves as the founder and senior pastor of Church of His Presence in Daphne, Alabama. He travels extensively across the nation spreading the fires of revival and impacts churches around the world through media ministry.
John Kilpatrick is married to wife, Brenda –with whom he establish churches by mentoring ministers.
Brenda Kilpatrick currently directs the women’s ministry at Church of His Presence and travels with the Bay Revival across the nation. John and his wife have two adult sons and six lovely grandchildren.
John Kilpatrick Ministries reaches thousands of people through inSight, which is their weekly online broadcast.
Kilpatrick himself acknowledges in his movement, sensationalism has produced much suspicion –however he claims on social media –his ‘desire is to provide a safe place that ministers can come to receive godly wisdom and refreshing from the Lord.’