"We need to learn to trust God in these evil times. Because where we are right now, as Christians, we have to trust God," Immanuel said.
"I tell doctors that I work with all the time, 'This is not a physical battle. This is not a medical battle. It's a spiritual battle.' And when it's a spiritual battle, you have to trust God. If you cannot trust God, you cannot win this battle."
Immanuel added that most of the time God works things out according to His way and we can see His hand in our life.
"If you read my book, you're gonna see that I am where I am today because of years and years of God's training. Just preparing you and maturing you, and you don't know why you're going through the things that you're going through. And they come to realize that wow, this was to build my faith. This was to show me that God is real. This was to show me that he answers prayer," Immanuel said.
The doctor from Houston, Texas also shared how she trusted God throughout her life.
"One of the books that I wrote is 'I Trust God as my Commander in Chief.' And it came from walks after work, disappointment and just little things. So as you go through these experiences, you learn to trust God," Immanuel said.
"The calling that God is calling us to do right now. You have to have a trust in God to walk into it. Because we're dealing with real evil. You have to know that God is real. You have to know that he's your protector, he is your banner.
"And when God draws you into this deeper place of prayer that is a training that you need. God is not going to call you to the battlefield, if the devil can take you out.
"And if you don't have a deeper relationship, a deeper trust, a deeper faith [in God] -- these people are demonic. They'll take you out. But they can't take you out if you know your God. The Bible said that those who know their God, they shall do exploits. And we are doing exploits in Jesus name."
Immanuel has taken care of over 100,000 Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) patients and treated them using hydroxychloroquine and ivermectin. (Related: Dr. Stella Immanuel: Everybody needs to have hydroxychloroquine at home – Brighteon.TV.)
Immanuel also stressed the need to bring people in all walks of life to come together as one.
"So we need to bring on believers we find. We're trying to put together a big, like, a big rally, like a protest, a big, huge rally. Its going to be in February. We want to bring people in all walks of life," Immanuel said.
"It's not political... it's gonna be humanity against forced vaccination. Those that are vaccinated are just the prey... They want to divide us into different camps of black, white, Christian, Jewish, vaccinator or vaccinated. They just want to block us and constantly keep us fighting with each other, then we cannot fight them that are the real enemy.
"The globalists or the Luciferians might not even be human doing something. So we need to realize as humanity that our way out of this is to come together and realize that we have one purpose. This Earth was given to us, not to AIs [artificial intelligence] and Nephilim. And you know, Klaus Schwab says he wants everybody by like 2013, 2014 to be genetically genetic mutant or like some kind of cyborg," Immanuel said.
"So they basically don't even want human beings to live on the Earth anymore. So we ask humanity to come together. And only God can win this battle, only his discernment. Only he can take the veil off the minds of people."
Immanuel had previously warned her viewers about the globalist cabal's evil plan for humanity during the Sept. 8 edition of her show. She noted that hospitals that refuse to treat COVID-19 patients with the appropriate drugs were only a small part of this wicked plan.
Clark, a mother of five kids and a co-host of the Thrivetime Show podcast along with her husband Clay, added that people should look to God instead of people.
"I think so many people also are looking to people. And God says... you have to look to God. That's it. So people who are looking to [Donald] Trump, people who are looking to other people they put up in these positions – you know, God's not going to use Trump or use other people," Clark said.
"He's the thing that we need... the healing, the protection, you know. He's not the author of fear. He's not the author of confusion. So I think so many people are wanting someone else to figure it out for them. And when things are torn down before them, they get confused.
"Remember, God is not the author of confusion. You go to the Lord and He will keep you in perfect peace. And He will give wisdom and discernment about what you need to do with these decisions. But nowhere should we be putting something in our body."
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