Following game five of the World Series last Sunday night, Lance Wallnau delivered a prophetic word that despite the victory by the Chicago Cubs that night, the Cleveland Indians would win the World Series because Donald Trump had been forced to cancel a rally in Chicago earlier this year because of protests.
There was spiritual significance to the World Series, Wallnau explained, as Cleveland had hosted the Republican National Convention this year while Chicago was home to President Obama and so, when Cleveland won the series, it would be a prophetic sign that Trump would win the election.
Of course, Chicago went on to win the World Series on Wednesday night, which prompted Wallnau to post a new video in which he declared that the Cubs victory was still a prophetic sign that Trump will win the election.
The Indians lost the World Series at their home stadium, Progressive Field, which signaled to Wallnau that Republicans will have a very difficult time beating the progressive movement, as represented by Hillary Clinton. Admitting that the Cubs’ win could be seen as “an omen that Hillary might win the election,” Wallnau proclaimed that “the very thought of [that] is so distasteful” to him that he had to change his prophecy to predict a Trump victory.
After saying that the last time the Cubs won the World Series in 1908 was also the year of the Azusa Street Revival (it wasn’t) and that this victory represents the breaking of the Curse of the Bambino (wrong again), Wallnau declared that the result of the World Series shows that the “curse” over America is breaking and “a fresh wind is blowing,” meaning that the church’s “long-standing losing streak” is coming to an end.
“If Trump goes into the White House, he’ll be 70 when he’s inaugurated,” Wallnau said, which is significant because “70 is the number of Jubilee” and “70 is exactly the number of years since Israel became a nation” (no, it isn’t).
Regardless, he prophesied that the Cubs’ victory means that 2016 is “going to be the year of God reversing the curse … God pouring out his spirit.”