Ted Cruz’s prophetic RNC speech

Ted Cruz Prophetic Speech

The prophetic words that Senator Ted Cruz spoke at the Republican National Convention have been overlooked in favor of bashing him for what seemed to be a speech snubbing Trump. Well, actually, it was that, too. God has spoken and has freed the delegates along with all voters to vote their conscience in November.

”And to those listening, please, don’t stay home in November. Stand, and speak, and vote your conscience, vote for candidates up and down the ticket who you trust to defend our freedom and to be faithful to the Constitution,” said Cruz.

There is a will of God, a plan that must take place, for the end times prophecy to be fulfilled. Because of this, it is entirely possible that God is placing on the hearts of His creation to vote a certain way in order for His will to be done.

“For it is God who works in you to will and to act in order to fulfill his good purpose.” Philippians 2:13

This would help explain why even holy, obedient lovers of Jesus Christ cannot agree on who is anointed to be President.

Never Trumpers refuse to cast a vote for an immoral, narcissistic, sinless (according to Trump, himself), pro-choice candidate. Other Christians think Trump is the modern day Cyrus the Great, pagan King of Persia, that God prompted to decree that the Temple of Jerusalem should be rebuilt. This theory is based on a nauseating email forward I received that I think I got 8 years ago with Obama’s name on it. And even other Believers feel strongly that the spirit of Jezebel, manifested in Hillary, should lead our country.

I am not God so I have no idea what is supposed to happen. I do know that there are no political parties in the kingdoms of Heaven and darkness, so Christians need to stop fighting, unite, and simply ask each other, “How did God ask you to vote?” I’ll be writing in Ted Cruz.

Jane Northrup

Jane Northrup is a Christian, constitutional, conservative spitfire with a burning passion for helping others. She is an unapologetic capitalist and non-conformist and is recognized for her energy and enthusiasm . She is the founder and owner of Authority Staffing, the first for-profit staffing company in America specializing in prisoner reentry, and featured in the 2016 May/June edition of Ministry Today magazine as 1 of 21 Gospel driven businesses. Jane is the author of Fly by Faith on the Wings of Serving Others – a Former Offender’s Guide to Job Search Strategies and Retention, available for purchase on www.authoritystaffing.com. She is involved in prison ministry and she is passionate about leading people to freedom from poverty and government slavery through hard work, determination and faith in Jesus Christ. Jane has a bachelor's degree from CSU in Fort Collins, Colorado, where she currently resides.

  1. “How did God tell you to vote?’ Wow! Charismatic much?
    God told all of us the same things, in His complete, unchanging infallible Word.
    He commanded us to defend innocent life (Proverbs 24:11-12) He said that He will bless or curse us, depending on our support of Israel.
    He told us “Look for able men from all the people, men who fear God, who are trustworthy and hate a bribe, and place such men over the people” (Exodus 18:21)
    If you are waiting for “a word from the Lord” about who to vote for, you are opening yourself to being deceived. God knows that “the heart is deceitful above all things, and desperately wicked.” That is why He gave us His infallible Word.
    Failure to read, believe and apply it is how our country got into this mess. And we won’t get out of it by waiting for a warm fuzzy feeling in the poll booth.
    Yes, God sets up and takes down rulers. He also sets up and takes down countries. He causes the rebellious to become spiritually blind (“and God gave them over to a reprobate mind…”) But He never excuses His children from obeying His Word. NEVER.
    America is under God’s judgment for slaughtering the unborn, abandoning Israel, turning from Him unto idols, and forsaking His commands. Voting for a (presumed) “lesser evil” cannot save us from one iota of God’s judgment.
    A President Hillary will never be sovereign, nor will a President Trump. If God decides that Russia will blow us to smithereens, it will happen. If He decides that we will be massacred by Muslims, it will happen, wall or no wall.
    If God decides that N. Korea will melt our power grids, it will happen. If He decides that tyrants will be appointed to the Supreme Court, it will happen, regardless of who is president!
    The Bible pronounces woe on those who put their confidence in man. My confidence is not in Ted Cruz. When I vote for him, it will be purely out of obedience to God’;s Word.
    We are under God’s judgment, and we cannot vote our way into “lesser” judgement. WE MUST REPENT. Repentance is much more than tears and words. It is turning from disobedience to complete, unquestioning obedience.
    I will obey God’s Word, and trust Him with whatever He decides the consequences should be.

  2. Personally, I am torn on this issue. Full disclosure, while I like Ted Cruz’s policies and positions politically, there has always been something about him that doesn’t set well with me. Don’t ask me what exactly that is, because I do not think I could articulate what it is. That said, while I actually was applauding his speech, I thought it was poor form to handle it the way that he did. To clarify, I have no problem with him not endorsing Trump for president. I wouldn’t have either, but he did two things that I didn’t care for. He played directly into the Trump marketing machine’s hands, and secondly, I just simply didn’t like how he delivered the vote your conscience line. I personally think it could have been delivered better, or simply not at all. It would not have detracted from the rest of his speech for that to not have been there. As it is, and arguably the third thing, he distracted from the overall message of a powerful speech. No, ultimately it is the people who are ignoring the speech for the one line, but as someone that is a leading role in a movement, he arguably should have the foresight to recognize that it would overshadow his speech. I think what made it sting worse to many people is that his speech seemed to build to a moment of endorsement, only not to provide it.

    Was I upset in the moment? Yes, I was, but not because I’m a Trump supporter. Trump has yet to convince me to vote for him. I was upset with the delivery, not the decision. Does this put me in a camp of hating Cruz? In short, no. It does not really affect a position of support for him though, as I was never really crazy about Cruz himself.

    Many conservatives seem to confuse people like myself that say I’m not convinced to vote for Trump yet, as someone who is a closet supporter of his. …simple answer…no, I cringe at the thought of a Trump presidency. …however, the question that has made for many a restless night, can I cringe and vote for him, as the horror of the alternative is two steps left of irreversible. At this point, when I say I’m not convinced, I am referencing a decision to cringe and vote.

    To the Trump supporters who are demanding unity, and calling people such as myself or nevertrump voters selfish or paranoid, I will be more than happy to humbly eat my shoe or pie, and admit that I was wrong, if he turned out to be a great President; my willingness to admit I may be wrong is rooted in a desire to see a republican leader be born from all of this, and successfully lead this country in a conservative direction. This willingness does not generate a blind faith that Donald Trump will do so though, and quite frankly, his speech (and his daughters) were indicative that his leadership will embrace much of the spectrum, but have little to no effort to do so with conservatism.

    1. So many words, so many conflicting emotions and so few facts. Let me give you some:

      First, ALWAYS trust RECORD, not RHETORIC.

      Second, I also am not drawn like a magnet to Ted Cruz’s personality. He is a very serious-minded man. So again, I return to record, and the character he has consistently shown.

      Third, Trump’s character. Trump has been diagnoses as a narcissist. Do you know what that is, and how dangerous he is? Research it.

      Then, Google “Trump, Clinton and Epstein,” and see what comes up. Manifests (plural) filed with the FAA by convicted child-rapist Epstein,that PROVE all three visited Epstein’s Sex Slave Island of under-aged girls! PROVE. Let that sink in.

      And where do these girl go, when they age out? To cushy jobs at Trump Tower? For clues, look to the affidavits filed in the rape case against Trump and Epstein by a then thirteen year-old girl, and ask yourself, where is the missing 13 year-old Maria? Only allegations, yes, but I take you back to the manifests. And again, where do these girls go, when they no longer look like girls?

      Trump admitted he is only pro-life for “winners.” Not for “losers.” Reminds me of Nazi Germany killing off even adults deemed imperfect, including their own soldiers, who had lost limbs in the war.

      Four. Trump’s presidency. Trump has shown abysmal ignorance of the Constitution, and has stated that it should not be relevant in some cases.

      His statement that he will order troops to fire on U.S civilians, and his stated admiration for dictators who have done just that. When told that military brass ad pointed out that firing on civvies is illegal, in this country, he replied in true dictator fashion – “they will do what I tell them.

      That brings this to mind:

      First they came for the Communists
      And I did not speak out
      Because I was not a Communist
      Then they came for the Socialists
      And I did not speak out
      Because I was not a Socialist
      Then they came for the trade unionists
      And I did not speak out
      Because I was not a trade unionist
      Then they came for the Jews
      And I did not speak out
      Because I was not a Jew
      Then they came for me
      And there was no one left
      To speak out for me.

      Trump has ZERO knowledge of foreign policy, national economics, etc. (And on the personal level, he’s had multiple bankruptcies, and owes $900 million to a Muslim sheikh. Then there are his acts of fraud, such as Trump University.)

      (Speaking of fake degrees, do you really want a first “lady” whose porn pics will be seen around the world?)

      Did I mention the CONSTITUTION?

      Fifth: RNC Fraud and crimes against the voters.

      12 million DEMOCRATS crossed over in open primaries and voted for Trump on REPUBLICAN ballots! Only 3.3 million actual Republicans voted for him. Since when do we let the opposing party choose our nominee?

      If the delegates followed their MORAL DUTY, they would have given the nomination to the candidate with the most votes from ACTUAL Republicans, Senator Ted Cruz.

      The rules say that delegates are unbound, but the RNC bound them, anyway.
      The RNC was given petitions by eleven states regarding this binding. They claim they only received nine, and that two were withdrawn by the states, taking us just under the number needed. But they won’t say which two! Why? Because then the states named would call them on their lie!

      Anti-Trump delegates had their lives threatened, and while Ted Cruz was speaking, his wife had to be escorted from the hall, because Trump worshipers were shouting threats at her!

      Lastly, why would anyone have a problem with the statement “vote your conscience, unless they planned to violate theirs? Notice it was the trump fans who became enraged at this! Cruz voters are perfectly comfortable with it!

      As to Cruz’s speech,even Trump pre-approved every word of it, except one line. Do you know what line that was? The line “I’d like to congratulate Donald Trump on receiving the nomination!”

      And you’re feeling conflicted?

      1. My point was to show mixed emotions. It appears that you’ve centered on whether I want to support Trump or not. Maybe I was not clear on that piece. I do not and will not support Trump. Can I split a hair, cringe, and vote for him to keep a worse alternative away from the Presidency? …right now, I don’t think so.

        That said, I was seeking to show some balance with troublesome actions from both Cruz and Trump. If you read what I said from the beginning, I agree with Cruz on most of his positions and politics. I did encourage people to support him as the “last man standing” in the primary against Trump for that very reason, despite my personal reservations. I provided a small portion of that backdrop to indicate that I am not someone out to get Cruz by any means, nor am I angry at him. I simply did not like the action (not just rhetoric) that he performed at the convention. I provided the backdrop on Trump to provide indication, that I am not some crazed or disillusioned Trump supporter that is out to take on his “enemies”. I did not go listing through every falsehood or fact from either of the two primary candidates that I have problems with. On factual data points, there is no contest between the two; however, your arguments there are somewhat irrelevant at this point. Trump is the nominee for the republican, once conservative, party. My choices right now are Trump, Hillary, or to essentially abstain from the Presidential election. When I refocus my attention on that decision, I stand by my comment, to decide whether to abstain, or cringe and vote for a candidate versus putting someone two steps left of irreversible in the Presidential chair. This question and statement I am posing in the context of a nation, not one particular party. The Republican party has already been hijacked, and merged with the irreversible train, well before this primary cycle. Trump’s winning the nomination is simply confirmation of what had already happened in that regard.

        I am not calling for the crucifixion of Cruz, nor stating that his positions are radical. I’m simply stating that I did not care for what he did at the convention, and provided my reasoning. When I said I am torn, I am speaking in regards to Cruz in the context of his entire speech, versus the lines of the speech that have overshadowed the whole speech.

    2. Forgot to mention the voice vote that was waaayyy too close to call, followed the refusal to take a roll call vote. The entire process was very crooked, if not criminal, and often violated convention rules. That alone would turn me against their “nominee.”

      1. Funny that you mention that as I had discussed that with my brother just yesterday. It is bizarre to me that they simply just didn’t do the vote. Regardless of which candidate I want to support, I am all for the democratic process and healthy debate. This whole concept of “unify, unify, unify” is a crock. As I related on a separate article, demanding unity is born of fear and paranoia. Asking for unity, is developing and creating not just a party platform but agenda for the nominee (if you will), born from a position of power and leadership. The whole process and what was “demanded” was just another clear example of poor leadership and a republican party that has lost the ideals of conservatism.

        1. I didn’t see poor leadership. What I saw was what you first stated:a The hijacking of the party.
          1. Open primaries that allowed Trump to receive 12 million Democrat votes on the Republican ballot (and only 3.3 mil Republican votes.)
          2. A failure to correct this by opposing the delegates who wanted to vote for the candidate who received the most votes by actual Republicans.
          3. Lying about states withdrawing their petitions.
          4. The blatant dishonesty of refusing to take a roll-call vote.

          An unspecified misgiving about Cruz’s speech pales greatly in comparison. I had no opinion about it one way or another, but simply judge him by his actions.

          For instance, he was the ONLY Senator who opposed the confirmation of Loretta Lynch.
          He stayed behind while the other Republican Senators went home, and single-handedly filibustered Obamacare for 20-some hours straight.

          He has consistently and often single-handedly stood for the Constitution (which he memorized at age 13) and what used to be Republican principles.

          I will gladly “throw my vote away” for such a statesman.

          I will have no part in voting for either the Butcher of Benghazi or the Child Rapist of Sex Slave Island.

          Peace to you.

  3. “Prophetic” speech?? Seriously? You do realize that Ted Cruz is just a man, right? A man with serious ties to unholy organizations who are working toward a one world government, religion, currency and leader. When that happens, the world leader will be the antichrist. You are aware of this, right?

    The US Presidential election is not for the purpose of electing our nation a spiritual leader. We don’t do that, remember? That’s what the RCC does. Our ONLY spiritual leader is Jesus Christ, not Ted Cruz.

    All I can tell you is go ahead and stand by your heartfelt “principals” and watch Hillary get elected. Nevertrumpers will get all the blame when the worst happens. My personal opinion though, we’re probably going to get what we deserve…Hillary…and that’s terrifying.

    Jer 17:9 The heart is deceitful above all things, and desperately wicked: who can know it?

    Pro 28:26 He that trusteth in his own heart is a fool: but whoso walketh wisely, he shall be delivered.

    1. I don’t consider myself a nevertrumper. Over the years, I’ve learned to never say never; however, at this time, I have no plans on voting for Trump. I am fully aware that many will point their finger at people who refuse to vote for Trump and blame them. The irony is that they have no-one to blame but themselves. They have forsaken and sacrificed conservative principles out of fear. They continue to lie to themselves about how Trump will lead. …that or they are not looking that far ahead. Why is it that the people who never compromise, are always the ones to demand others compromise? Trump did make some progress with me on Pence, but I am still not comfortable voting for Trump right now. I’m not going to go thru and list out every reason, I believe them to be self-evident.

      Will fear or concern for a worse alternative ultimately lead me to vote for a candidate I don’t want, its always possible, but am I going to allow myself to be driven in fear by people to “fall in line”. Absolutely not.

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