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BREAKING: Hillary Clinton Has Found God but It’s not What you are Thinking!

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Hillary Clinton has reportedly stated that she wants to be a pastor.

From Western Journalism:

After losing to President Donald Trump in the 2016 presidential election, Hillary Clinton has reportedly indicated what she would like her next endeavor to be.

At a recent photo shoot for his new book, the former secretary of state reportedly told her pastor, Bill Shillady, that she wants to follow in his footsteps and become a pastor, as she now believes that it is time to speak out about her faith, according to The Atlantic.

Shillady’s book, Strong for a Moment Like This, slated for a August release, details how he began sending Clinton Bible verses in 2015 ahead of the presidential election.

“Every morning, he would get up at 4 a.m. to pick out a bit of Scripture and write a quick devotional for Clinton to use in the day ahead. Sometimes, he asked fellow pastors to contribute a devotional to the project, including the more than 100 women clergy who formed a group called ‘We Pray with Her,’” The Atlantic reported.

“In her concession speech, Clinton quoted a verse from Galatians: ‘Let us not grow weary in doing good, for in due season, we shall reap if we do not lose heart.’ Shillady had sent her that verse in a devotional a few weeks earlier, he said,” the magazine added.

Shillady’s book suggests that Clinton contemplated implementing biblical themes into her 2016 presidential campaign, but ultimately decided against it.

During the Democratic primaries, a Pew Research poll from 2016 indicated that 43 percent of American did not view Clinton as religious.

In his book, Shillady blamed the media and political commentators for ignoring Clinton’s religious side.

“It’s been there all along,” he told The Atlantic. “The general public didn’t necessarily want to accept the fact that she’s a Christian because there’s so many critics out there about the Clintons.”

Shillady insisted his book is not political, but instead sheds light on a side of Hillary Clinton many have not had the chance to see before.

“It’s an inspirational book,” he said. “I do not believe that she encouraged me to write this book in any way to change the image of her. She really found (the devotionals) so helpful to her in the midst of the contentious campaign that she felt that people would find some hope … from it.”

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