• Summary: The Trump Prophecies by Mark Taylor

  • By: Michael Smith
  • Narrated by: Michael Smith
  • Length: 32 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook
  • 3.9 out of 5 stars (134 ratings)
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This is a summary of The Trump Prophecies: The Astonishing True Story of the Man Who Saw Tomorrow...and What He Says Is Coming Next.

©2018 Michael Smith (P)2018 Michael Smith

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I thought I was getting the whole book

This is awesome but it isn't the whole book. I wish it was the entire book

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The story simply does not pass my litmus test.

I am a lifelong, born again, Spirit Filled & Guided, non-denominational Christian. I pray that Jesus in me will help all people I encounter daily. As a Disciple of Jesus, I pray daily that I am the proper representation of Jesus, that my words and my actions will, through Christ, inspire others to live their best life, a Christ centric life, representing Jesus messages of life forever, grace, joy, love, forgiveness, kindness, to bring us together in a new life based on the love of God.

Before listening to the audio book, I spent hours praying with the Holy Spirit, praying that my mind would be free of negativity, open to God's truth, receptive to messages from God, and cautious not to simply believe because someone said something.

I've heard of this prophecy before and never took time to listen. I needed to all8w The aHoly Spirit to litmus check the entire message. I prayed for God's discernment throughout the audio book, and I prayed that the true messages, if any, be revealed.

I have listened to the message numerous times, and I do not feel that this story is a true prophecy. The last 5 minutes summarizes the series of dreams and events into a barrage of political allegations, no facts are given and God certainly knows all the facts, and the narrative is simply a Vote for Trump political ploy. My intuition, guided by the Holy Spirit, doesn't hear the underlying message from God, instead the intent of the prophecy abruptly changes into a political Trump pep talk being present by a Trump supporter.

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A depressed mans delusion well narrated.

This story, as well narrated as it is, shows just how delusional a depressed, demon plagued person can become without adequate treatment. If he thought Hillary Clinton was too surrounded by criminals and misdeeds to become POTUS, how does Pres. Trump pass the sniff test and become some "religious" figure? It's a bizarre story at best.

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Excellent Book

I have been listening to Mark Taylor since 2014 and I truly see his ministry is from God. There 2 other profiles about Trump's Presidency being from the hand of God.

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Now I know where Crazy comes from?

This was nothing more than a political statement in support of Donald Trump using religion as the foundation. Biggest waste of time ever but I kept hoping it might actually have some true meaning. By far one of the most clear cut pieces of propaganda I’ve heard in modern time.

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Trumpprophecys a great book,

I really love the books, the narrator was great, I would recommend this book for everyone that needs to know the truth and that is positive and knows the word of the Lord.

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Trump prohecies

Didn’t give anything specific except Trump will be president. I was hoping for future predictions.

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Knockout of the Real One

This is just a summary of the real book. You are better off reading the real book Don’t waste your time with his knockout of the real one.

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Mark Taylor a Prophet? T or F

Mark Taylor's so called prophecies will eventually be found on the ash heap fo history. His prophetic calling is a narcissistic delusion; his prophecies, which he claims validity based on a horse race outcome and his person re-write of General Eisenhower Normandy speech, leads a reader and audio book listener down a twisting path that is neither prophetic, reasoned or hallowed. One wishing to find true prophecy would do better meditating on the words of Isaiah, Jeremiah or Micah who writes: "O man, what is good; and what does the LORD require of you, but to do justly, and to love mercy, and to walk humbly with your God?" Mark Taylor preference for a militaristic army of redemption rather than embracing simple acs of justice, mercy and humility on which true prophecy is baed, is false, vile and hopefully, only laughable.

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proven to be true.

I look forward to continued prophesy and will look for the book he coauthored with Mary Colbert

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