Cindy Jacobs is a self-described prophet and evangelist who runs a ministry called Generals International. Her gig is something she called prophetic intercession, where she travels globally praying on behalf of others, or something. If you want to watch her, try TBN, 700 Club, or the “God Channel” (we were wondering when somebody would come up with that channel).
Recently, Cindy Jacobs has made a connection between the thousands of bird deaths and fish deaths and the recent repeal of DADT (Don’t Ask Don’t Tell). The clever Jacobs points out a few facts:
- DADT was originally spearheaded by a former governor of Arkansas (Bill Clinton)
- The recent governor of Arkansas is Mike Beebe
- President Obama signed DADT Repeal Act into law on December 22, 2010.
- More than 3,000 red-winged blackbirds died suddenly in Beebe, Arkansas
- Therefore: God is sending a sign that he is not happy about homosexuality (again)
Watch the video:
We’re glad that Cindy Jacobs is keeping a watch on the “Arkansas Pattern” for us. By the way, try not to stare directly at Jacobs’ outfit – it might cause blindness.
God has blessed Cindy with many times of being honored for her influence. She has two doctorates. One is her Doctor of Divinity from Christian International in Santa Rosa Beach, FL., and the other from the Asian Theological Association for her work with unreached peoples.
Among other things, she is listed in the Who’s Who Among American Women, has written for such publications as Charisma, Ministries Today, and Spirit-Led Women. She is a frequent guest on Trinity Broadcasting Network, The 700 Club, and now one can watch her on the God Channel. The television show from her ministry, God Knows, is on nine networks in six languages.
Cindy has authored six books, Possessing the Gates of the Enemy, The Voice of God, Women of Destiny, Deliver Us from Evil, The Supernatural Life, and her newest, The Reformation Manifesto which has been released in February of 2008.
Cindy loves to travel and speak, but one of her favorite past-times is spending time with her husband Mike and their children Daniel and Mary Madison along with her three adorable grandsons, Malachi, Caden, and Zion. (read less)