Liberty Belle posted a comment · Jul 15, 2018
Our nation needs to align with God's blessings for our children to have hope and a future. Without God's protection, our children face a bleak future. Our nation was being looted from inside and outside, our Judeo Christian heritage was being silenced, and our constitution was being replaced with international mandates based on total corruption! President Trump sees the tentacles of destruction trying to choke the life out of our nation, and he focuses on trimming away graft and corruption to restore our nation's vitality and help us to stand strong. He cheers us on to encourage us to stand together and rebuild and do good work. His work ethic is exemplary. We who love God can pray for every good way to thrive in this season of grace, especially to equip our nation's children will skills and blessings essential for each generation to survive. Scripture promises are being answered every day when we dare to obey God and ask Him to help us! And Psalm 103 reminds us that God has angels always listening to fulfill His word. Jesus really was born King of angels. As we realize His awesomeness, we stop doubting and blocking the flow of His blessings, and instead start claiming His promises!
A._catholic posted a comment · Jul 13, 2018
And why do you not mention the overriding thing Christians should not learn from Donald Trump- the service of wealth/love of money? Why do you overlook what he has given his life to? That is overwhelmingly condemned by Jesus and the NT (Mt 6:24; 1 Tm 6:10; Lk 12:13-21; Acts 2:44-45)?
texasaggie posted a comment · Jul 13, 2018
Thanks for pointing out Trump's unique good leadership qualities. I get tired of "I like him, but..." as some people say. I feel like saying, "I like you too, but...". Dick Morris has said his style is typical of New York business people who argue and call each other names while negotiating and then when the deal is made, they are best of friends and go have lunch together. Trump's political opponents, Morris argued, often pretend they like you and then talk bad about you later, kind of like gossipers might do. I think Trump is a perfect fit for the job and God is using him greatly to turn the country around. Thanks to God!
Donald Johnston posted a comment · Jul 13, 2018
Very well put. The example of the Lord Messiah Yeshua is that he is full of grace and truth. Many talk about grace without truth while others talk about truth without grace. The saving message of Yeshua still has grace and truth in words and deeds. We are saved by grace through faith in the Lord Messiah Yeshua and we are kept by grace through faith in the Lord Messiah Yeshua.
Deancooper posted a comment · Jul 13, 2018
Learn from Trump? Why yes, like how Not to hold your finger up testing which way the political wind is blowing, as every other politician inevitably does. Like how to go out on your own where no other politician would dare to go (who else would move the embassy to Jerusalem or criticize NATO?) Like how to be bold telling everybody exactly what you think, what you want, and what you intend to do. Like being moved by more than party agendas but rather by what will make America great. Like being a man in an age when men are sniveling cowards trying to act feminized. Like Not being afraid what the elites think of you. Like fighting back instead of caving in. Like Not being so gosh darn politically correct. You're right. We could all learn a thing or two from our president. Thank God for Trump. And thank God for the return of masculinity. Now you were saying there are a few things we shouldn't learn from the man? Give me a break.