For only $45, you can establish a “point of contact” with God with the purchase of a gold-plated coin engraved with President Trump and King Cyrus’ faces.
In a viral clip of the promotion from a recent episode of “The Jim Bakker Show,” evangelical author Lance Wallnau claimed God told him believers needed the $45 coin as a means to establish a “point of contact” with God and as a way to pray for “peace and wisdom and counsel” over Trump.
“When I asked the Lord ‘Why the coin?’ he said ‘Because when you take the coin, it’s a point of contact,’” Wallnau said in the clip, which was shared on Twitter by Right Wing Watch.
“So your faith is being released with a million other believers to pray protection and peace and wisdom and counsel over the president of the United States and over his family,” he added.
For $45, Lance Wallnau and Jim Bakker will sell you a Trump/Cyrus coin that you can use as a "point of contact" between you and God as you pray for Trump's re-election in 2020. pic.twitter.com/EwKgGL7sNp
— Right Wing Watch (@RightWingWatch) May 14, 2019
“It’s our point of contact every day,” Wallnau added. “When you see it remember God put something in your hand that you have a role in.”
He went on to say, “That’s why we got to pray, because they think we’re crazy. But we’re actually the sane ones.”
“We gotta pray,” he added. “The teaching that is here, this coin is a point of contact, this 24-carat gold plated coin.”
Wallnau then warned viewers that an election “battle for the future of America” was just “16 months” away.
“We got 16 months,” Wallnau said, referring to the 2020 presidential election. “This battle for the future of America has already started.”
The gold coin depicts a photo of Trump alongside King Cyrus, the founder of the first Persian empire, and includes text reading “The 70 Year Decree” and “Cyrus-Trump Proclamation.”
Last year, Wallnau referred to Trump as “modern-day Cyrus,” saying at the time that “America’s going to have a challenge either way. With Trump, I believe we have a Cyrus to navigate through the storm,” according to Vox.