Well here you go. More of the same ol’ talk of peace and security and kissing butt. While I have never bought into the whole Trump is awesome mentality, I must admit I was expecting more from this speech. It is rather boring actually. I have never heard him so monotone and subdued.
Oh, and so much for his great Christian values. He did speak out against terrorism and extremism, but (just like far too many Americans) referred to God in an inclusive general way, as if Jehovah and allah are the same. He also referred to all people, of all faiths, as children of God. Pope Francis has said something similar.
For you are all sons of God through faith in Christ Jesus. For as many of you as were baptized into Christ have put on Christ. There is neither Jew nor Greek, there is neither slave nor free, there is neither male nor female; for you are all one in Christ Jesus. And if you are Christ’s, then you are Abraham’s seed, and heirs according to the promise.
Galatians 3:26-29 NKJV
Did you read that? Only those who are in Christ can be called children of God. Sure, God is the Creator of all and He died for whosoever will, but He is not the God of all. Unfortunately too many choose to follow the god of this world, which is anyone other than Yeshua Hamashiach.
Folks, Trump’s are not the words of a born again believer for whom Jesus Christ is Lord. It is more of the same globalist hogwash leading up to the NWO and one world government.
Let’s see, he refers to Saudi Arabia as sacred land. He also said the path of peace lies with good people uniting against evil. No, only Jesus is the path of peace Mr. President. He referred to the 3 Abrahamic faiths. No, Abraham had one faith; faith in Jehovah. That eliminates Islam, and since the Father and Son are One, it also eliminates Judaism that does not recognize Jesus as Messiah.
I am sorry folks, but it appears Trump is not on the side of Truth and righteousness. His speech is riddled with far too many NWO catch phrases.
I, for one, am sick and tired of decent people being hoodwinked and deceived by this antichrist system.
Anyone else have an uneasy feeling about this?
Loss, hurt and pain is part of the human experience. So is death. The results of a fallen world, groaning from the weight of sin. Despite what some modern “ministries” claim, no one is exempt from the unpleasant aspects of life. However, the body of Christ can find comfort and peace among the trials, especially when we join together in prayer.
A guy I grew up with (and present minister of a small country church) has suffered an unthinkable, devastating loss. Yesterday both his parents and his 3 yo daughter were killed in a collision with a semi truck. He has another daughter that was injured but is expected to pull through.
I know his parents and there is no doubt whatsoever they are now with the Lord, as is his young daughter of course. He and his wife find comfort in that. He has declared this morning that God is good and he knows He has not abandoned him.
Still, they need your prayers. Their remaining young children need your prayers. The extended family and church family also need prayer as so many lives were touched by the three that have passed on and their family.