October 20, 2020 at 11:44 am #38588
October 20, 2020 at 12:12 pm #38589
October 20, 2020 at 12:35 pm #38590
I’m not sure … this latest bomb shell is news to me. Its hard to tell what is truth these days. Only the is Truth and that is all I trust.
I know he was a mason and mingled with the elite crowd. I hope he became a true born again believer and no longer has ties with the Masonic agenda. Right now he is trying to stop their evil NWO agenda from happening so I can only go by his actions that he is NOT part of the AC Globalism utopia.
His daughter on the other hand did convert to Judaism so she could marry Jared K.
October 20, 2020 at 12:49 pm #38591
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October 20, 2020 at 1:38 pm #38593
October 20, 2020 at 1:42 pm #38594TammieParticipant
The motives, as Geri mentioned, is to create anxiety and fear— not from God! I would look to the works of the man, he is certainly pro Israel and is an example of a modern day Cyrus … what his heart is about (Jew / Gentile) is between him and God!
We are Biblically mandated to pray for those in authority and it is obvious God put Trump in office and he has been used to further the prophetic timeline. I know Jack Hibbs and Jan Markel back him. I know the Graham family prays for him and backs his agenda.
Hang in there and look to the Father, he has everything in control, no anxiety, just praise …. No fear, just worship! We are leaving soon either way, so it’s just fine! Be ready!
October 20, 2020 at 1:43 pm #38595
The Wharton School of Business is a Jesuit school, perhaps that is why they are saying he is a Jesuit? Or maybe because ACB is a Roman Catholic? Im not sure.
This is the church he attended while in Las Vegas. At this point, all we can do is pray for God’s will to be done, He will make everything work together to His Glory. Either way, we will get to be going home soon. For now…
October 20, 2020 at 1:55 pm #38597
October 20, 2020 at 1:56 pm #38598
Fordham is definitely run by Jesuits.
I pray that Trump is born again but I have my doubts. :(
October 20, 2020 at 4:08 pm #38606
Well, I wouldn’t base his salvation solely where he attended college. My saved cousin attended a secular local university (because her unsaved dad said he will pay for it. Note: She graduated from a Christian college and was out of money to get her masters) The university was clearly anti God and she was vexed in the classroom and had to put up with a lot and her term papers were criticized and graded down for her Biblical beliefs – even though she attended there, I don’t believe she lost her salvation.
Many kids in elite families sometimes have no choice in where to attend college. JFK Jr. wanted to be a Hollywood actor and Jackie forbade him of that career and forced him to attend NY law school. He failed the bar exam a few times … showing his heart wasn’t into it. The newspapers were mocking him with “the hunk flunks again”. He later passed on the 3rd try but did he become a lawyer? Nope … he became a journalist and magazine publisher. LOL
For all we know perhaps Fordham University wasn’t Trump’s first choice but was pushed into attending? Just googling real quickly … Trump was enrolled in Fordham University back in 1964. That was a long time ago. And he didn’t graduate there … he transferred out to another University in PA.
At age 13, he was enrolled in the New York Military Academy, a private boarding school. In 1964, he enrolled at Fordham University. Two years later he transferred to the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, graduating in May 1968 with a B.S. in economics.
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If Trump did get saved … I think it was later in life ….
October 20, 2020 at 4:49 pm #38611
October 20, 2020 at 4:18 pm #38607
Don’t get me wrong. I wasn’t implying that Trump wasn’t saved since he attended a Jesuit institution. Apparently he basically flunked out if there, anyway. Perhaps he didn’t like the Jesuits?
Only God knows if he is saved and I certainly pray that he is. And Tammie said, we are to pray for our leaders. I pray for ours in Canada, even though he is terrible. :( (I’d swap him for Trump in a heartbeat.)
Whether Trump is good or bad is out of my control. All we can do is trust God. He is in control and installs and deposes Kings.
October 20, 2020 at 4:59 pm #38612
not likely that we would hear this about Jesus on Christmas or Resurrection Day from Joe Biden or Kamala Harris
we know the tribulation is coming, we cannot stop it from our vote. what we can do is follow Jesus ourself, and hope in His soon return. still hoping He will come for us between now and the end of the year. if He doesn’t, then will begin the hope for Him in 2021
October 20, 2020 at 11:00 pm #38633
I am pleased to hear him say Our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ.
Perhaps he is born again but is surrounded by Dominionists and word of faith people that are corrupting him. They are causing him to make bad decisions vis a vis Chrislam and some new age practices.
Whatever the case, that was an encouraging video. Thanks!
October 21, 2020 at 2:13 pm #38663
there’s maybe going to be a no confidence vote in Canada today
if only we would get a prime minister who would not be ashamed to point to Jesus…
or somebody who was more conservative
if anyone would, would you please pray about the leadership in Canada, if there is a no confidence vote, it means another election
October 21, 2020 at 11:40 pm #38704
The terrorist, aka the leader of the Socialist party the NDP who actually is classified as a terrorist by the USA, gave our Crime Minister a free pass. The Greens (Socialists in practice) also voted for the Lie-berals.
So, the non confidence motion failed. The corruption will continue. The useless Socialists will continue their reign of error. Grrr….
October 22, 2020 at 12:43 am #38708
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October 20, 2020 at 7:41 pm #38627
I did see a video on youtube by a lady upset over a new Trump website…
October 21, 2020 at 8:53 am #38637
Looks like it could be Tiffany and her mother Marla that created that website? It remains a mystery what his true colors are for …
Tiffany Trump Speaks at LGBTQ Event for Her Dad as Critics Pounce on His Record: ‘Makes My Skin Crawl’
“Donald Trump does NOT represent me, and neither does: Tiffany Trump,” one advocate tweeted
By Sean Neumann October 20, 2020 04:22 pm
Tiffany Trump was back on the campaign trail this week defending what she called President Donald Trump’s support for the LGBTQ community — and plenty of people had plenty to say in response.
“I am part of the LGBTQ. I am a gay man. Donald Trump does NOT represent me, and neither does: Tiffany Trump. Donald has attacked my community in the military and through executive orders attacking the ACA,” advocate Peter Morley wrote in a viral tweet. “Seeing Tiffany Trump try to label her father, someone who banned trans people from serving in the army, tried to change the legal definition of gender & worked to make it possible for LGBTQ people to be discriminated against, as an LGBTQ ally makes my skin crawl as an LGBTQ person,” another Twitter user, who identifies as a Democratic supporter, wrote.
Tiffany, 27, hosted a Saturday afternoon Pride event in Florida, sponsored by her father’s re-election campaign, along with Richard Grenell, who was the highest-ranking openly gay official in the Trump administration. “I know what my father believes in,” the president’s youngest daughter told the crowd, adding she was speaking “truthfully, honestly and from my heart.” “Prior to politics he supported gays, lesbians the LGBQIA+ community, okay!” Tiffany said, shifting her energy between excited and somber throughout her speech.
At one point, Tiffany introduced her mother, Trump’s second wife, Marla Maples, who stood up, jumped and waved with both hands to the small crowd. Immediately after, as attendees were still cheering, Tiffany dramatically shifted the tone.
“Back in the Broadway days — I mean, let’s just — I mean, some of her best friends when she was on Broadway, unfortunately one of her best friends passed away from AIDS,” she said. In addition to the wave of viral social media criticism, other users defended Tiffany, arguing that she was being unfairly maligned compared with Democratic nominee Joe Biden’s son Hunter, who has a long history of personal troubles and substance abuse.
But Tiffany’s critics honed in on what they called obvious hypocrisy, particularly for someone who has largely avoided her father’s political career. (She has faced other recent backlash, including for a birthday party in Miami during the novel coronavirus pandemic that Trump detractors turned into a viral video.)
The president, 74, has taken contradictory stances on the LGBTQ community — at times presenting himself as an ally, unlike many other Republicans, while at others advancing policy to marginalize gay and transgender people. His campaign website says that Trump “stands in solidarity with LGBT citizens by supporting and enacting policies and initiatives that protect the wellbeing and prosperity of all gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender Americans.” His record shows otherwise.
Earlier this summer, The New York Times reported the president’s administration moved to erase Affordable Care Act mandates that specifically protect transgender Americans from being discriminated against in healthcare settings.
Separately, the Trump administration pushed forward this summer to grant single-sex shelters the ability to deny transgender homeless individuals shelter, while the government also moved to blocktransgender high school students from being able to join sports teams.
In 2019, the Trump administration’s ban to keep transgender military members from serving was deemed “insidious” by one nonpartisan policy group, according to NBC News. And the government under President Trump had backed legal arguments that employers could fire people for being gay or transgender. During his 2016 campaign, he also said he opposed gay marriage. “Donald Trump is delusional if he thinks he can spend three years attacking our rights and then turn around and ask for our vote,” Florida state Rep. Michele Rayner, the first Black queer woman ever elected to the statehouse, told the South Florida Gay News on Monday. “Waving a rainbow flag for an afternoon means nothing after his administration appointed dozens of anti-LGBTQ judges to federal courts, codified discrimination against transgender Americans, and are fighting to overturn the Affordable Care Act, and its protections for this summer to grant single-sex shelters the ability to deny transgender homeless individuals shelter, while the government also moved to blocktransgender high school students from being able to join sports teams. In 2019, the Trump administration’s ban to keep transgender military members from serving was deemed “insidious” by one nonpartisan policy group, according to NBC News.
And the government under President Trump had backed legal arguments that employers could fire people for being gay or transgender.
During his 2016 campaign, he also said he opposed gay marriage.
“Donald Trump is delusional if he thinks he can spend three years attacking our rights and then turn around and ask for our vote,” Florida state Rep. Michele Rayner, the first Black queer woman ever elected to the statehouse, told the South Florida Gay News on Monday. “Waving a rainbow flag for an afternoon means nothing after his administration appointed dozens of anti-LGBTQ judges to federal courts, codified discrimination against transgender Americans, and are fighting to overturn the Affordable Care Act, and its protections for our community.”
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October 20, 2020 at 8:07 pm #38629
October 20, 2020 at 8:39 pm #38631TammieParticipant
Agree TR — not our job! God will take care of Trump! He is currently pushing Biblical principles and I will vote for him again, his political platform is far better than the alternative platform.
Remember – Cyrus and Jehu were used by God for the time He determined. God is in charge of Trump, I’m not!
Thanks for that reminder TR
October 21, 2020 at 11:53 am #38644
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