Speaking during a livestream on her Facebook page which she titled, ‘God has spoken,’ on April 26, 2023, Mrs Phillip-Hodge said that when Deputy Premier Honourable Lorna G. Smith, OBE was sworn in, it felt like it was the most natural thing to her and that it was God’s will being fulfilled.
“Last week God gave me this word regarding the elections…God showed me, that there would be a woman leader in this election, and he showed me who the person was. But I didn’t want to call any name. And I’m here today to testify that God’s word is truth…He does not lie. When he gives a message to any of his prophets…to come forth with it, is our duty to do so and if there are consequences for it then we have to trust God,” she said.
As such, Mrs Phillip-Hodge went on to encourage others to speak up if they have a revelation, adding that said she does not want to be called a prophet just for the sake of it.
She also spoke about what she described as the church being ‘silent’ in relation to various topics and withholding prophecies.
“Because sometimes I do feel as if the church is so silent and so many things, and I want to believe that if we are such a godly people, we are a Christian nation and if we have so many church leaders, so many people in the clergy out there, God must be speaking to them and giving them a message for the nation. But too often things are happening and you’re not hearing the voices, you’re not hearing anybody stepping out boldly in faith to prophesy a word from God,” Mrs Phillip-Hodge continued.