Trump: ‘I’ll protect Christianity’

Note: Ignore the video’s title. Trump did not mention or “expose the end times”.

Transcript:

0:38: “We’re going to protect Christianity.”

0:57: “2 Corinthians 3:17: ‘Where the spirit of the Lord is, there is liberty.'”

1:12: “We are going to protect Christianity, and if you look at what’s going on throughout the world — you look at Syria, where if you’re Christian, they’re chopping off heads. You look at different places, Christianity is under siege. I’m a Protestant, I’m very proud of it, Presbyterian to be exact . . . and we’ve got to protect because bad things are happening, very bad things are happening, but I don’t know what it is, we don’t band together.”

1:46: “Christianity is under siege.”

3:55: “The power of our group of people together . . . Christians together in this country is larger than men or women . . . 240, 250 million . . . and yet we don’t exert the power that we should have . . . the Christians don’t use their power . . . I never hear about a Christian lobby . . . we have to strengthen . . . it’s death by a million cuts, we are getting less and less and less powerful in terms of a religion and in terms of a force.”

5:29: “They don’t want to say ‘Merry Christmas’ in department stores any more . . . . I’ll tell you one thing: We’re gonna be saying ‘Merry Christmas’ again. Just remember.”

6:07: “If I’m there . . . you’re gonna have somebody representing you very, very well. Remember that.”

7:34: “In America, we don’t worship government, we worship God.”

9:15: “My administration will always support and defend your religious liberty. We don’t want to see God forced out of the public square, driven out of our schools, or pushed out of our civic life. We want to see prayers before football games if they want to give prayers. We want all children to have the opportunity to know the blessings of God. We will not allow the government to censor sermons, to restrict the free speech of our pastors and our preachers . . . . That is why, just as I’d promised . . . I just signed an executive order following . . . through on my campaign pledge to stop the Johnson Amendment from interfering with your First Amendment rights. As long as I am president, no one is going to stop you from practicing your faith or from preaching what is in your heart.”

No wonder the Left hate him.

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H/t GiGi

~Eowyn

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29 responses to “Trump: ‘I’ll protect Christianity’

  1. Great words. And, I am hopeful Jerusalem is properly recognized. As for any other specifics, or rhetoric, … hmmmm… Is that an accurate report on Syria? Are they part of the Central Banking structure yet (N. Korea, Iran, … regime change?). I’m a CPA, I’m all for business. But, are we sure that we have an honest report on all climate matters (i.e. Anything to the Solar Radiation Management information on sites such as GeoEngineeringWatch.org ?) Also, are we really that excited about the Public Private Partnership activity that is basically handing over federal land, via Corporatism, (primarily via “tourism”), in accordance with Agenda 21 and 2030? I’m all for advancement, but I guess I missed the Administration’s benevolence towards the people in the areas of vaccines and 5G. Yes, there’s a lot of turds in the swamp and I want children protected and criminals to see justice. Yes, the Lord has continued to bless very many of us very much. Remember this: It was His command that you “be not deceived”. That said, He will empower and provide His Wisdom, Understanding and knowledge. God bless. Bill.

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  2. Reblogged this on kommonsentsjane and commented:

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  3. God doesn’t need a multitude to make an army, He just needs a few good men who are Holy Spirit filled. I believe our President Trump is one of them!

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  4. Did you hear “Now We Are Free” playing in the background around 10 minutes? The theme by Hans Zimmer & Lisa Gerrard from the 2000 Ridley Scott film “Gladiator”. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NBE-uBgtINg

    You are not free if you attend a 501c3 corporate government church. Get out of these churches as they were bribed to incorporate removing them from the Law of the Land (God’s Freedom) to the Law of the Sea (Satan) under the 1954 Senator Lyndon B. Johnson Amendment. Churches have always been tax exempt since America was founded. http://hushmoney.org/501c3-facts.htm
    President Trump has discussed the Johnson Amendment many times…yet, the churches will not dissolve their corporate structure as they’re addicted to kick-backs.

    Remember what happened in NOLA after Katrina? Bush, Brownie and his buzzards hauled all Christian preachers together who then spilled the beans on their parishioners who had guns, who might be the ones who will not follow government orders, etc., and ratted them out. Plenty of vids on YT.

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  5. I didn’t support President Trump strongly, but I DID vote for him. I find myself being happier and happier that I did every single day. Sure, he has flaws, and feet of clay. I have many, many flaws myself. Even if he doesn’t mean many of the things he says, which I doubt, I think he means them, he is still better than the man who held the office before him for 8 years. That man would not even SAY the words Merry Christmas, or say that we needed as a body of Christ to come together and become a movement, etc. Has Trump made mistakes? Of course he has, but remember, he has only been in office less than a year, and is still filling parts of his administration out, some of the positions are still waiting for the congressional approval that the Democrats slowed down from the beginning.

    In one small thing that shows just a tangible thing he has done for me, I have a small fund, that I have sitting around playing with the stock market. I just put it into a fund and leave it alone, I never touch it, but just watch it and see what it does. I had around 7000$ in it when Trump took over as president. Now, less than a year later, it is over 8500$. This, with me not doing anything but watching. Now this doesn’t make me one of the Gettys, or a Rockefeller, but it does show that under Trump, the economy has made significant gains, even for the every day little guy.

    And I could go on with many more of his actions that he has done that have had positive effects on our country. I have a link for you to follow if you want to see some of them. But I warn you that there are so many of them, that the link is itself only a link that gives a list of more links broken down by topic, such as Abortion, Education, Trade, Foreign Policy, etc.

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  6. I guess it would help if I put the link in when I say I will. http://www.conservapedia.com/Donald_Trump_achievements

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  7. But the one who looks into the perfect law, the law of liberty, and perseveres, being no hearer who forgets but a doer who acts, he will be blessed in his doing. James 1:25 ESV

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  8. “In America, we don’t worship government, we worship God.”

    Toxic words for proggies.

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  9. Very importantly, Does Trump mean white Christians, Too???

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  10. I suspected by Trump’s family heritage that, if he was a Protestant, that he was raised Presbyterian. Our Constitution is strongly grounded in the by-laws of the Presbyterian Church….for instance, a “presbyter” is a “VOTER” and stands for “one man, one vote,” similar to our Constitution. I have suspected that, tho’ Trump has never served in government, and had not formally studied law (bet he’s dealt a LOT with business law!), that his lifelong exposure at any/many levels to the Presbyterian by-laws and structure, has a place in the way he puts his world in order….to our benefit Constitutionally.

    I did not grow up in the Presbyterian Church, but when we lived in the high, primitive Uinta Range in Utah, working on the Indian Reservation for US Public Health Service, Indian Health Service, our church had no base there. We found a “shared ministry church” out in a nearly abandoned old “boom town.” It was a “shared ministry” b/c it had no minister of it’s own, as did not so many OTHER main-line Protestant churches in Mormon Utah…so the solution was, to band together and share ministers of Protestant sects that believed similarly, and “share” volunteer ministers who would come to us. The lay members had to guide it with a worship committee in the 3-4 “off” weeks of the months. It was like the old Colonial Curcuit -Rider days, when a minister would ride by horseback to reach every small congregatioin on the “curcuit” once a month…to do all the baptisings, marriages, burial memorials, communions all on one day……only our shared ministers (Methodist, Presbyterian, Congregational) came by bus from Salt Lake City, nearly on the opposite side of the state from us. And yes, we heated our church with a cookstove—in a place that registers 400 inches of snow and sub-zero temps from Nov. 1 to May 1. It’s all you can imagine from what I’ve written so far.

    The bottom line is…we were raising 2 young children at the time in this place without the church of our own upbringing. We needed a grounded, spiritual base, close to our colonial roots…like where we grew up…PA/MD/VA…. to help us raise our children into being moral and loving adults, with an understanding of our history, especially in a geographic area where we were such a religious minority. We found this there in our little old Presbyterian Church, run by elders in their worship committee all but one Sunday of the month, when either a Presbyterian, Methodist, or Congregationalist minister would come by Greyhound through the snow-filled passes, to minister to us.

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  11. Presidents Trump and Putin agree. We get to say Merry Christmas and Middle Eastern Christians get to worship with their heads on. The massacre of Christians, both physically and spiritually will STOP.

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  12. This man breaks our stereotypes, and yet continues we had heard previously we expected from previous presidents.Thank you LORD for hear our prayers!

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    • TD . . . . On most days, it truly occurs to me that The Lord surely did hear our pleadings over the state of our nation, and although I had almost thought that it was a forgone conclusion that Killary would win, and we were blessed beyond measure to to have Trump win the election. God Bless President Trump! (And thanks to all who prayed as I did that he would somehow win the Presidency.)

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  13. Re: The portion of the video where candidate Trump was at Liberty University in January 2016 & said “TWO” Corinthians vs. “Second” Corinthians — remember how the media blasted him mercilessly for saying 2 vs. 2nd?! Anti-Trump Christians did likewise.

    Trump said his Scottish mother would have said 2 not 2nd. He also blamed Tony Perkins who jotted out the verses for Trump to include in his speech. Tony agreed it was his fault for writing it that way but also said to the effect that Trump obviously doesn’t know his Bible (which I think most of us had already discerned that. Maybe Pence or someone has initiated a Bible study with him since then!).

    Two example articles re the 2 vs. 2nd “media beating,” via a quick google, both dated January 2016, were at CNN & Patheos blog:

    http://www.patheos.com/blogs/friendlyatheist/2016/01/22/donald-trump-acknowledges-bible-verse-blunder-then-blames-it-on-christian-right-leader/

    cnn dot com/2016/01/20/politics/donald-trump-tony-perkins-sarah-palin/

    I hope he lives up to his promises to protect Christianity & Christians!

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  14. First off, his bit about Christians having their heads cut off in Syria is absolute bullshit. How do I know this? Because I have CHRISTIAN family members in Syria and they celebrate openly — in fact, the stores put up Christmas decorations. If there are any beheadings happening, it is done by the ISIS terrorists who are trying to overthrow Assad. Assad actually protects the Christians which is why Christians in that country support Assad! My relatives post photos on Facebook of going to nightclubs (not covered up, as you would assume, but dressed like any American or European woman going out for the evening) — basically it looks like it could be any large city anywhere in the world. Americans are CLUELESS what life is actually like in Syria. Y’all think it is some backwards, nomadic tribes with camels kind of place. If you actually knew more about the world (aside from what the media propaganda pushes on you — ain’t it funny how it is all “leftist” propaganda unless it is showing something that bolsters your own world view), you’d realize that you are being played. Just like Hitler whipped up the Germans in a frenzy over the Jews — y’all are being whipped up into a frenzy over Muslims. 19 of the hijackers came from Saudi Arabia and a member of the royal Saudi family wired money to the hijackers right before 9/11. Then, members of the Saudi royal family got to take a flight out of the US (even though all planes were grounded) BEFORE they could be interviewed by the FBI. But this President doesn’t seem to worried about that, does he? Nope. Israel and the Saudis are best buds now! Y’all can claim you are Christians all you want — but you aren’t fooling anyone except yourselves. You don’t know Christ. If you did know Christ, you wouldn’t fall for such obvious lies simply because a leader claims to be a “Christian” or because you are so desperate for someone to “save you”. We don’t need any other savior but Jesus. By their fruits you shall know them. And if you actually think that what Trump is producing is a “good fruit”, I will pray for you. I will pray that you have the courage to face the reality of the world in which we live and that you will have the spiritual maturity and fortitude to discern the good from the evil. (And, no I’m not a bitter Clinton supporter — I’m pretty certain that Clinton is a Luciferian. I thought at least with Trump there might be a chance that he wasn’t — but his actions each day prove that he has sold his soul to Satan every bit as much as the Clintons have). It is disheartening to see so many people who claim to follow Christ unable and unwilling to see Trump for what he really is. I hope you all don’t follow this man to hell. May God open your hearts to the truth before it is too late.

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