Surprise: Trump, Religious Liberty and the National Day of Prayer [Powerful Video]

Craig HueyReligious Liberty4 Comments

President Trump surprised the world today on the National Day of Prayer.

With an executive order, he reaffirmed our religious heritage of protecting people of faith.

The free exercise of faith is guaranteed by the First Amendment. But it’s been abused and attacked.

Christian business owners have been forced into bankruptcy. Christian employees forced out of work in the private sector and government. Ministries forced to promote abortion. And so much more.

Here is Trump’s video announcement – it’s powerful. Click here.

Christians have been pleased with much of what Trump has done in the last 100 days.

  • Neil Gorsuch on the Supreme Court
  • Mike Pence has been open about prayer and faith
  • The White House team is in frequent prayer
  • Many Christians have been appointed to his Cabinet and key posts
  • Israel is again being defended
  • Stopped the U.S. Funding to the U.N. Population fund that promotes abortions
  • Repealed Obama’s transgender public school bathroom mandate
  • Signed over 100 executive orders to remove job killing regulations and unnecessary government control on the economy
  • Is promoting hard the repeal of Obamacare to make healthcare more affordable and personal.
  • Has promoted the most dynamic tax reduction bill in history that will create new jobs and raise the standard of living of America, lifting the poor and middle class to greater prosperity.

Jerry Fallwell Jr. President of the largest Christian college in America was interviewed on TV about the first 100 days.  Here is what he said:

“I think reuniting Israel with America after eight years of treating them badly, appointing Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court, appointing people of faith to his Cabinet in almost every area… I think he is attacking ISIS so that Christians being murdered in the Middle East will stop. All those things, evangelicals love.”

He added that evangelicals are angry at moderate Republicans, “These moderates pretend to be conservatives, they woo voters, and then they’re not conservative when they get in office. So that part just makes my blood boil.”

You can see the full interview here. Click to watch.

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4 Comments on “Surprise: Trump, Religious Liberty and the National Day of Prayer [Powerful Video]”

  1. I love what Jerry Falwell Jr. said. I totally agree with everything. In 2014, we Republicans elected all these gungho young Republicans, who said they were going to do such-and-such, but DID NOTHING! That’s one of the main reasons Donald Trump was elected: we are SICK of politicians promising the moon, and then not keeping their word. President Trump is a man of his word, Thank God. These first 100 Days have been fabulous. It’s not just a breath of fresh air, it’s a Hurricane of Fresh Air blowing in Washington D.C. I give all credit to God and true Christians for their faith and their continuous prayers! According to James 1:5-8, I NEVER DOUBTED that God would have Donald Trump elected. I was not surprised at all the next morning when he was elected. I knew it ahead of time. We Christians have GOT TO QUIT DOUBTING! It kills prayer. I am DEFINITELY looking forward to the next FOUR years. Thank You Lord!!

  2. Donald Trump was not my first choice for this office, tho I did vote for him once the field narrowed. There are a few things he’s done that I disagree with, but overall, I give him a B rating. It would be a B+ if he were not so hampered by all the spineless RINOs failing to support him and were not under constant attack by the hypocritical crybaby leftists! He was not a man whom I viewed as particularly religious or “Christian,” but by his conduct, he has shown me that he is closer to God with a better relationship than a great many we all know who profess to be such good Christians and then do not act like it.

    Go Trump! MAGA! (And finally, a person in the office who understands BUSINESS!)

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