While preaching at a “Voice of the Prophets” gathering in Pennsylvania over the weekend, “respected prophet” Cindy Jacobs regaled the congregation with tales of her ability to control the weather through her prayers.
After recounting how she once turned away a storm in Israel, Jacobs reminisced about the time she cooled down a prayer event in Nashville back in 2007.
As Jacobs recalled, the weather was extremely hot that day and attendees at the event—known as “The Call”—were starting to suffer heat exhaustion, so authorities began threatening to close it down, which prompted her to go to work.
“I’m a prophet, I have authority in the name of Jesus,” Jacobs said, explaining that she went to the side of the stage, got on her knees and pointed her hands at the sky and declared “clouds come from the north and the south and the east and the west” … but nothing happened.
The lack of results frustrated her, Jacobs said, “and finally I had it, so I got up and we started commanding the clouds to come from the north, south, east and west and they covered the stadium.”
When she realized that “it was still hot,” Jacobs declared “in the name of Jesus, we command the winds to blow, come from the north, south, east and west.”
“Guess what happened?” she asked the crowd. “The wind began to blow! And we were able to continue the whole day.”