Biased Media and Politicians Shocked: 5 Things Trump Said on National Day of Prayer That Every Christian Should Know [Video]

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The National Day of Prayer was held nationwide.

In Washington D.C., President Trump and Vice President Pence also held a National Day of Prayer.

Before several hundred evangelical leaders, President Trump:

  • Shocked the press
  • Disturbed the left
  • Upset the progressive movement

Why?

Because the truth of Jesus Christ and support for religious liberty were clearly proclaimed by President Trump.

Here are 5 things that Trump said that every Christian should know about:

  1. Trump made the proclamation that guarantees the government will not interfere with religious groups trying to help people.

In the past, the government has discriminated against churches and charities for helping people because of their faith. For example, FEMA refused to give recovery aid to religious organizations in the wake of natural disasters like Hurricane Harvey.

President Trump, however, is bringing radical change. He signed an executive order that ensured that the government will protect faith-based organization and give them fair access to funding.

  1. Trump shocked everybody by proclaiming the truth of Jesus Christ.

President Trump did not try to be politically correct and avoid talking about Jesus Christ. Instead, he boldly proclaimed the truth of Jesus by quoting this Scripture:

“For we are God’s handiwork, created in Christ Jesus to do good works, which God prepared in advance for us to do.” (Ephesians 2:10)

  1. Trump proclaimed the transforming power of Jesus Christ by telling the story of someone who accepted Christ in a dramatic way.

Trump told the story of Ji Seong-ho, a North Korean defector who was tortured by the government and eventually escaped. Seong-ho is a Christian who could have been killed for his faith in North Korea. But Trump told of his powerful faith, and how he prayed the Lord’s prayer over and over during his captivity—helping him to hold onto hope for freedom.

  1. Trump declared the importance of religious freedom – and freedom of speech – to the well-being of America.

In an age when Christians have been censored, sued and persecuted for standing by their religious convictions – and exercising their freedom of speech – President Trump affirmed the importance of First Amendment rights.

He said,

“When Americans are able to live by their convictions, to speak openly of their faith and to teach their children what is right, our families thrive, our communities flourish and our nation can achieve anything.”

Trump took a stand for religious freedom, making a firm statement to radical progressives who want to rob Christians of their rights.

  1. Trump affirmed the centrality of God to the foundations of America.

President Trump talked about how God is central to the Declaration of Independence, in the Pledge of Allegiance, our national monuments on our currency. When radical liberal politicians are trying to take God out of our schools, businesses and even homes, Trump is declaring that belief in God is core to our very nation.

The National Day of Prayer was a significant turning point for religious freedom in America. President Trump took a bold stand for liberty and faith in a time when Christians in particular are being attacked and persecuted – right here in America.

 

Watch Trump’s full speech below:

12 Comments on “Biased Media and Politicians Shocked: 5 Things Trump Said on National Day of Prayer That Every Christian Should Know [Video]”

  1. God is still on His throne! Thank the Lord for what He is doing in President Trump’s life. God is great!

  2. Thank you so much for letting us hear the President proclaiming the power of prayer. I am so thankful that we have a president who recognizing God and will do what he can do to protect our religious freedom. Praise God!

  3. If my people, who are called by my name, will humble themselves and pray and seek my face and turn from their wicked ways, then will I hear from heaven and will forgive their sin and will heal their land.

    2 Chronicles 7:14

  4. We should pray that all Americans who claim Jesus Christ as their Lord will have opened eyes for the movement God is making. A great majority of Christ followers now recognize that God has appointed President Trump as an answer to 2 Chronicles 7:14. It is all made so clear as we see how he lived his life in the past, yet, has determined to be a better man, and clearly its a better man FOR GOD, because he is doing so much in these areas. Reading The Faith of Donald J. Trump by David Brody & Scott Lamb. Its a great book that attempts to introduce a history of where/what he came from. It feels like Pres Trump has had God in his life always which leads him to the good deeds he does for others, but now he is allowing God to lead him and that’s a service of God for all of us as HIS name is Glorified! Praise, Glory & Honor to God, we appreciate all YOU are doing for us with this leader and we thank You in Jesus Name. Amen

  5. It is so comforting to see our president give honor to the Maker of Heaven and Earth, God Almighty! We continue to keep him and his family in our prayers for safety, success, and a closer relationship with Jesus. It is awesome to see that he make no apologies for acknowledging faith in God, even though the media will mock him….(Exactly what the Scriptures told us would happen when we give honor to God instead of man)

  6. President Trump is demonstrating leadership. Having a president in office that is proclaiming and acknowledging God Almighty as the foundation of our blessed nation is so refreshing! I appreciate President Trump’s actions to correct and remove biases against Christianity. Thank you, Mr. President!.
    Grateful to see this video. Sad that most media outlets won’t show this.

  7. Dear Father, thank you for this great nation. Thank You, God for this president, that You have lifted up to lead us in these perilous times. But most of all Dear Lord, we thank You, for the wondrous work, that You did at Calvary. Without which, none of this would have been possible. These things we say in the Name above all names, Your Son, our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. Amen

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