Biden has nominated Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson to become a Supreme Court Justice. An IFA intercessor saw a judge who looks like her in a vision
Prophetic Vision About Biden’s Supreme Court Pick – Need To Pray
IFA Pray writes:
Lord God, we pray that Your will would be done on our Supreme Court and Your kingdom come in our nation.
President Biden has nominated Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson to become a Supreme Court Justice. An IFA intercessor saw a judge who looks like her in a vision, even before Justice Breyer’s retirement was announced. Here’s what happened:
Terri attended an IFA event where President/CEO Dave Kubal shared about the efforts IFA led with the Dobbs Supreme Court case on abortion, which we expect to be decided by June. He shared about the Amicus Brief and 50 Days of Prayer. He shared that we know of no other Supreme Court brief that included prayer and the names of intercessors. We also know of no other prayer effort that focused on praying for justices, and their clerks, by name–not for one day but for 50 days.
While Dave spoke, Terri prayed with her eyes closed. As she prayed, she had a vision of the head and shoulders of 3 figures in black justice robes. She could see the face of only one–a Black woman. This woman had dust particles in front of her eyes. Then a hand came up from the left and flicked the dust particles away.
The vision ended and Terri asked the Lord what it meant. Terri’s next thought was to pray for this woman, that the dust would be removed and that she could see.
A few hours later that day the announcement came out that Justice Breyer was retiring and that
President Biden will be picking a Black woman to replace him.
We reached out to Terri about Justice Jackson–she said that the woman she saw in her vision had very similar eyes to Justice Jackson.
Intercessors, this continues to be our assignment: pray for Justice Jackson, whom
President Biden has nominated to the Supreme Court at this time. Pray that any dust before her eyes will be flicked away so that she will see clearly about the Constitution and our laws.