Fani Willis Hints At 'Divine Shielding' During Church Service, Leaving Congregation Baffled

By Alan Hume | Tuesday, 20 February 2024 01:50 PM
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Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis, in a sermon delivered on Saturday, seemed to imply divine protection against adversarial forces, stating that although "weapons" have been formed against her, they will not succeed.

This comes in the wake of a hearing held on Thursday and Friday to determine whether Willis should be recused from her election interference case against former President Donald Trump.

Willis has been accused of receiving financial benefits from the appointment of special prosecutor Nathan Wade to the case. However, both Willis and Wade testified that their relationship began after his appointment and that she consistently compensated him in cash for their shared vacations and outings.

Willis shared a recent revelation with her audience, stating, "People keep sending me scriptures... the scripture they keep sending me is 'no weapon formed against you shall prosper.' They did not say the weapons would not form... Even if you feel like everything you are doing in your life is the right thing... You should not think that those weapons will not form."

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Anna Cross, representing the Fulton County district attorney's office, chose not to call Willis to testify on Friday as initially planned. This decision followed Willis' contentious behavior on the witness stand on Thursday, which included an outburst that led Judge Scott McAfee to call for a recess.

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Willis further elaborated on her spiritual perspective, stating, "God ordains those weapons, He puts those weapons in your life to form against you... he does it for a reason, and it's to grow you and it's to make you stronger and it is to prepare you... this is a really hard job I'm trying to do and I am an imperfect human being but I can literally can feel the people who loves me's prayers."

Willis concluded her sermon by asking the congregation to pray for her and expressing gratitude for the "Black History Achievement Award" she had received.

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