President Donald Trump's spiritual adviser and longtime personal pastor warned thousands of Florida congregants to pay God and their churches before paying any personal bills.
The Lincoln Project, a Republican organization against Trump, released its first video, which criticizes evangelical Trump supporters.
"We need to keep our shield up, and we need to keep our spear sharp," televangelist Frank Amedia said.
"And all of that arrogance and confidence and cockiness that you all see me use before, God is now using for him," the artist said.
In an email newsletter to her followers, Paula White said she has "prayerfully focused" on helping her believers defeat spiritual enemies in the month of November.
The televangelist told her followers to send her their January paychecks last year, warning that those who did not obey would face "consequences" from God.
The evangelical pastor picked by President Donald Trump to lead his new faith office is known for preaching the controversial prosperity gospel.
"Stretch out your arm and deliver President Trump and rid him of any bondage the enemy would try to bring against him," the televangelist prayed.
The televangelist has previously suggested that people send her their January salaries as part of an offering to God.
"Sorry AOC, but children aren't forced to drink water out of a toilet. (You are insulting the intelligence of Americans with that absurd accusation)," Pastor Paula White wrote.
Paula White, President Donald Trump's spiritual adviser and chair of his evangelical advisory committee, says God gave her a direct assignment to the White House.
Evangelicals are coming out in force for Donald Trump and Republicans ahead of the 2018 midterms.
White believes that God makes his followers rich, but her brand of Christianity is controversial.
He has lined up six clerics —one more than the previous record-holder Nixon