Paula White Says Wherever She Steps Becomes Holy Ground

Paula White Says Wherever She Steps Becomes Holy Ground

Paul White recently preached at The River Church in Tampa, Florida, which was founded by ‘Holy Ghost Bartender,’ Rodney Howard Browne. While at the event, White said that wherever she walks – including the White House or a dry cleaner – becomes Holy Ground.

“The church is Christ’s body in which he speaks and acts and by which he fills everything, including the White House, including government halls.”

White continued, “How does he do that? He does that through you. He does that through me. Wherever I go, God rules. When I walk on White House grounds, God walks on White House grounds. When I walked in The River, God walked in The River. When I go into the dry cleaners, that dry cleaning place becomes holy.”

In true Word-Faith fashion, White continued, “I have every right and authority to declare the White House as holy ground because I was standing there and where I stand is holy.”

You can watch the video below.

White holds to “Little god Theology,” which purports that people are miniature gods who can decree and declare things into existence.

In White’s mind, in other words, she is god.


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