Could Donald Trump Actually Be A Great President? A Few Thoughts On A Man I’ve Dumped All Over.

Before I get to Trump let me reflect on the Obama presidency.  I’ve said it more than once.  And I actually openly PREDICTED it in June 2012: that OBAMA was the #1 engine of destruction of the Democratic Party because he governed as a fascist emperor rather than as a president representing an intentionally divided democratic republic.  When Obama won election in 2008 and the Republicans came to him hats-in-hand willing to compromise, Obama wouldn’t have it.  Instead he said, “Elections have consequences, and at the end of the day, I won.”  And that was his tone for the remainder of his presidency.

ObamaCare was crafted behind closed doors as a poison pill for Republicans such that not one single Republican – even the moderates – could not vote for it.  And that was Obama’s ONLY actual legislative accomplishment.  At the time ObamaCare passed, Democrats held the White House, had a MASSIVE majority in the House, and actually held a filibuster-proof majority in the Senate.  As a direct result of the bitterness and already-perceived-failure of ObamaCare, Republicans regained control of the House in 2012 and then took over the Senate in 2014.  And the same Obama who said that elections have consequences dismissed the two massive midterm election victories for Republicans.  And Obama governed as a tyrant king through executive orders and never got anything accomplished.  And now all those sweeping executive orders are going to be blown away like fartgas in the hurricane and Obama’s legacy will come to nothing aside from the fact that he took his party from riches to rags.

What did Democrats do after their 2012 shellacking?  Did they listen to reason?  Nope; instead Harry Reid and Senate Democrats went nuclear and imposed their “nuclear option” by changing the Senate rules to favor themselves and squelch the voices of the people who elected Republicans to represent them.  And Democrats proceeded to use the nuclear option as an everyday tool to impose sweeping changes in the EPA rules that would NEVER have passed muster in any kind of decent Congress.  And so in 2014 Republican voters rose up in righteous rage and took the Senate away the same way we took the House away in 2012.  After the Democratic Party proved its name was the ultimate oxymoron and these fascists had nothing whatsoever to do with democracy.

In the current election just past, Democrats had everything in their favor particularly in terms of taking over the Senate, with 24 out of 34 Senate Seats that were up for grabs being held by Republicans and with many of those seats in purple or even blue states.  Everyone predicted that the Democrats would retake the Senate because Democrats would be able to ride anti-Trump sentiments to victory.  And they utterly failed.  In the House they were expected to take twenty seats and a BAD night would be only twelve seats; and what happened?  They took only six seats, which is HALF of what would have already been a bad night for them!  What was supposed to be a huge night for Democrats was a huge night for Republicans – and it’s all on Obama and the Hillary Clinton candidacy that ran as Obama’s third term.

Democrats lividly told us that it was the Republicans’ duty to get completely in line and abandon their platform and their values and do things the way Obama wanted.

Let’s watch these people prove that they are NOTHING but the very worst kind of naked hypocrites as they insist that it is only right, only decent, that Donald Trump compromise with them the way that Barack Obama NEVER ONCE compromised with Republicans as he shoved one poison pill after another after another down our throats and inspired the most bitterly partisan and divided climate in American history.

That’s history now.  Literally.

Today is a new day, a new opportunity for America.

One element that has to go if we are to have any chance of moving successfully forward is racism.  And I’m NOT talking about “racism” the way hypocrite Democrats keep falsely framing it.

I am one of tens of millions of Americans who are beyond disgusted and nauseated by the Democrats open embrace of naked racism as the fundamental core of their electoral and governing strategy while demonizing white people for even THINKING about doing what they brazenly do.  It was perfectly okay for Democrats to encourage – “incite” is actually a better word – blacks and Hispanics to vote on a nakedly racial basis AS a race; but these same hypocrites went apoplectic at the thought that Donald Trump would actually encourage white people to do what Democrats had encouraged THEIR races to do for YEARS.

Democrats long ago opened the floodgates of racist politicking.  And for once that flood swept over them as tens of millions of white people began to realize, “We have children too.  We have plans for the future, too.  We have dreams and thoughts and feelings, too.  And WE’RE going to vote for OUR rights and OUR survival!”

We USED to all be human beings, created in God’s image.  But abortionist Democrats crushed that in every way it could BE crushed.  Now we are the things that were lucky enough to make it out of the womb, lucky that our parents for whatever reason decided NOT to murder us and rip our bodies apart and suck us out of mommy’s womb with a medical vacuum cleaner.  And those same Democrats turned us into black and Hispanic against white and cynically demagogued and exploited every difference.

That history is all still very much with us.

And the question is, can Trump do better?

I haven’t said very much that is positive about Donald Trump.  If you were to read every article on my blog, you would notice that the ONLY things I’ve said about him were NEGATIVE.  But I realized that as bad a leader as Donald Trump might be, Hillary Clinton had ALREADY proven that she would be a vastly WORSE leader.  And I always viewed this as a binary choice between two unfortunate alternatives.

But now that Donald Trump actually did it, I ask myself in some hope for the future, what if I was wrong?

COULD Donald Trump actually be a good president?  If we’re lucky, even a great one?

Two things have come to my mind:

The first is that Donald Trump, in spite of the idiotic crap that more than occasionally came out of his mouth, actually has a history of surrounding himself with good, capable, competent people.

Now, having said that, you would never believe it reading the media accounts.  They say the OPPOSITE.

But let’s face it: WHAT THE HELL DO THESE POMPOUS TURDS KNOW?  Just keep in mind that these pseudo-intellectual fools just got proven wrong in absolutely EVERYTHING they confidently told us.

Donald Trump has actually built a huge, successful empire.  That is simply a fact.  He has been a major force in business for four decades.  How many businessmen can you name where everybody knows his or her name the way you can say “Beyoncé,” “J Lo,” etc.  Not many.  And if you believe as most on the left believe that he is some kind of dumbass, he clearly must have done it by riding the coattails of all the good people he picked to be his sub-chiefs.

As one example, Donald Trump groomed his children to succeed him not by giving them silver spoons for pacifiers, but by putting them to work beginning at the very lowest levels of his businesses and forcing them to be exposed to every facet of his operations from the very ground up.  That’s NOT the act of a self-entitled, spoiled-rotten fool.

Donald Trump did not like the direction his campaign was going and made a decision that began with Trump’s “infamous” “You’re fired!” and ended with Kellyanne Conway who became THE FIRST WOMAN TO SUCCESSFULLY RUN A VICTORIOUS PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGNShe had NEVER BEEN the manager of a major campaign before.  The man who is despised as THE worst misogynist who ever lived chose THE FIRST WOMAN to EVER run a Republican presidential campaign.

Let me go not to a leftist side but to the “Anyone-But-Trump” fiasco that National Review became in describing the choice of Kellyanne Conway.  When Trump picked Conway, they came to the conclusion that he wasn’t even actually TRYING to get elected.

Trump chose well.  Everyone else chose … poorly.

Again, now that all the “experts” and all the damn liberal “intellectuals” who sold you a bunch of lies have been proven WRONG, WRONG, WRONG by this election, please allow your mind to be expanded by listening to somebody for once in your life who was NOT just refuted by reality.

If Donald Trump surrounds himself with quality leaders, he can have a truly great presidency IN SPITE OF HIMSELF.  Because, yes, he can come out and publicly say something stupid that really doesn’t mean anything aside from a chance for the liberal mainstream media to attack him; but behind the scenes good policies are being intelligently implemented by capable administrators.  And that latter thing will ultimately matter far, far more for the nation than the former thing.

The second thing that gives me hope about Trump is the way he won.

You tell me who predicted it.  Besides me – and my pointing out that the polls were POOP – and a very few people like me.  The “conventional wisdom” was that Trump was raw meat and Hillary Clinton was a hungry pit bull.

I for one never knew what would happen, but what I DID know was that liberal progressives never reflect reality; rather, they seek to IMPOSE it by framing a false narrative and then getting people to buy into their bogus false manufactured narrative.  They go from “There is no reality, only perception” to “perception is reality.”  And through media, through Hollywood, through the music industry, through the liberal universities, through mass culture, THEY are the ones who get to frame our perception.  And “political correctness” is their tactical weapon whereby people are not even allowed to THINK in terms that would undermine their false narrative as any thought outside of their box is demonized and slandered.

And I have said time and time again, BULLCRAP to that.

It boiled down to who was going to actually show up and vote, and in what numbers different groups of people who had been pitted against each other mobilized.

And the thing that now impresses me about Donald Trump is that he relied on his gut instincts – whereas Hillary Clinton has no instincts whatsoever and relied on focus group and an army of staffers and researchers and pollsters – to successfully identify his voter base and then personally communicate to those voters.

And that’s impressive.  Especially when you consider the massive and enormously successful political machine that Hillary Clinton had at her disposal.

Hillary Clinton had an ENORMOUS infrastructure advantage.  Her staff MASSIVELY DWARFED Trump’sHillary outspent Trump $2-$1.

In August, Hillary outspent Trump on ads $52 million to $0 as she tried to Blitzkrieg her way to the presidency by framing Trump as a vile, horrible, hateful caricature.

Donald Trump had NO ground game, no turnout operation.  Whereas Hillary was busing people to the polls in droves and using every turnout gimmick known to mankind – even Beyoncé and JZ – to get people to vote for her.

Hillary Clinton had every single advantage there was by any measure of any previous campaign.  And Trump still managed to kick her ass in the states that most mattered.

What Donald Trump pulled off is THE biggest political upset in American history.  What the Chicago Cubs did in their 1-3 comeback to win the World Series for the first time since 1908 wasn’t even CLOSE – at least in terms of sheer national importance OR surprise.

Hillary Clinton decided to hold her victory party at a venue featuring a glass ceiling.  Because, after all, she was the first woman to shatter it.

And her instincts were COMPLETELY WRONG.  As her own top advisors lamented in their emails that we know about courtesy of WikiLeaks.

“We’ve taken on a lot of water that won’t be easy to pump out of the boat. Most of that has to do with terrible decisions made pre-campaign, but a lot has to do with her instincts,” Mr. Podesta wrote.

“You know I’m not a sycophant to you by any means. But the thing that makes me most confident she will prevail is that you are there,” Ms. Tanden, now the the co-chair of Clinton-Kaine Transition Project, responded. “Almost no one knows better [than] me that her instincts can be terrible.”

Do you seriously wish THAT creature was making the most important decisions in the world, do you???

Democrats ran a campaign based on the fallacy of the false analogy.  Donald Trump is Hitler, that sort of crap.  No he’s NOT, you stupid dumbasses!  And the ONLY candidate who actually PROVED she would do horrible things and make horrible decisions in high office is Hillary Rodham Clinton.  Democrats ran a campaign of slander suggesting that Donald Trump was all of these horrible leaders of the past and it’s an obvious lie; whereas if you want to talk about PRESENT REALITY, consider that whereas Hitler murdered six million innocent human lives in the gas chambers, Hillary murdered SIXTY million innocent human lives in the abortion mills.

Trump’s entire political career is FUTURE and HASN’T HAPPENED YET.  Hillary’s entire political career is DEMONSTRATED PAST REALITY and it is OVER.  And we all – Republicans and Democrats alike – ought to be singing, “Ding-dong the witch is dead!”  Because she was nothing but an anchor and a political albatross on not only the Democratic Party, but on the United States of America.

There is absolutely no legitimate question right now whether Donald Trump has powerful instincts.  And unless you believed all along that he would win, he’s got better damn instincts than YOU.

And he certainly has better damn instincts than ANYBODY in the political class; he proved that positively by being right and by winning and they proved it negatively by being wrong and by losing.

This dig isn’t misogyny: I GLADLY would have voted for Carly Fiorina over Donald Trump if I had had the chance.  But Hillary Clinton ran on “the war on women” and she was probably the world’s worst mouthpiece for that slogan.  Her ENTIRE CAREER was derivative on men; first on Bill Clinton who propelled her into politics and then on Barack Obama whose machine she inherited and whose presidency she ran on.  On paper she was this and she was that; in reality she never accomplished one single damn thing.

I’ll take Donald Trump instead.  And I’m not even TALKING about her corrupt and frankly criminal behavior; I’m merely identifying her “terrible instincts” and her “terrible decisions” that her left even her own campaign manager smacking his forehead.

I assure you, America.  No matter what happens, WE ARE FAR BETTER OFF THAN WE WOULD HAVE BEEN.

If you have ANY fear of God at ALL, I suggest you PRAY for Donald Trump.  Pray that he have the humility of spirit that his predecessor appallingly lacked.  Pray that he have the wisdom that his predecessor appallingly lacked.  Pray that he is able in these next sixty days to assemble capable leaders and administrators who will be able to push and pull America back on track.  Ultimately it is GOD who is sovereign over the affairs of men:

  • He changes times and seasons; he deposes kings and raises up others. He gives wisdom to the wise and knowledge to the discerning. — Daniel 2:21
  • Let everyone be subject to the governing authorities, for there is no authority except that which God has established. The authorities that exist have been established by God. — Romans 13:1
  • I urge, then, first of all, that petitions, prayers, intercession and thanksgiving be made for all people–for kings and all those in authority, that we may live peaceful and quiet lives in all godliness and holiness. — 1 Timothy 2:1-2

If you want that “peaceful and quiet life,” I more than suggest that you begin to pray for Donald Trump whether or not you voted for him.

Because like it or not, he is your next president.

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11 Responses to “Could Donald Trump Actually Be A Great President? A Few Thoughts On A Man I’ve Dumped All Over.”

  1. truthunites Says:

    I’m a NeverTrumpNorHillary Independent Conservative which simply means that I won’t vote for either.

    That being said, I am both relieved and pleased that Hillary will not be President.

    From what I’ve read elsewhere, and which I found very surprising as well, is that Trump received *LESS* votes than McCain and Romney did! If so, that’s amazing!

    What this tells me is that Hillary lost this election more than Trump won it. It’s like watching a football game or basketball game, and the team that won didn’t really win it as much as the other team lost it.

    Hillary had all the advantages as you said. Her ground game was superior, plus there are so many more Dem Libs than there are Republicans. But these Dem Libs stayed home!!!

    What the heck? That’s a giant surprise. Did they stay home because they are angry Bernie supporters? Did they stay home because the professional pollsters and pundits told them that Hillary was going to win easily, and so why bother?

    Whatever the case may be, Bill Clinton deserves to sit at the dinner table with Hillary every night to be a consoling and loving husband.

  2. dog walker Says:

    There is a truck parked diagonally across the street from me.
    It say “CHE” on the back of it. What does that mean?

  3. FMC Says:

    dog walker,

    Probably in reference to Che Guevara, an Argentinan Marxist revolutionary that many on the Left idolize and even worship.

  4. Michael Eden Says:

    truthunites,

    I cannot understand why on the one hand you would not bother to vote and on the other hand be relieved that one candidate didn’t win. If you didn’t want that candidate to win, then you should have VOTED to do what you could to ensure your hope.

    I am both a good citizen and a temple of the Holy Spirit. I served my country and fought for our right to vote. It is a right I hold dearly. And as a temple of the Holy Spirit, if there is ANYONE who ought to decide who leads America, it ought to be Christians who have the wisdom that comes from the Holy Spirit.

    Elections aren’t a sports event that we can just watch and go home. The stakes were enormous. I did everything I could to serve my country and make it the best place I could make it. And I am relieved that in spite of his many imperfections, the candidate I went out and voted for prevailed against a hell-on-earth presidency.

  5. Michael Eden Says:

    Che Guevara, possibly.

    He is an idol of the left. He was Castro’s executioner in Cuba and then went on to export terrorist communist mayhem to other parts of the world after Cuba fell to communism and was ultimately hunted down and killed like he dog he was in Bolivia.

    It amazes me how many college pukes think this man who shot people to death by the thousands with firing squads for trying to stand for freedom is a “hero.” But we are seeing the same pukes today screaming for fascism and violently rioting because they believe democracy should only be followed if their candidate wins.

  6. Michael Eden Says:

    Oops. Just saw you’d already answered.

  7. truthunites Says:

    Hi Michael,

    I did vote. Watch this short video which encapsulates the thinking I had:

    Faith Trumps Fear.

  8. dog walker Says:

    Faith Trumps Fear … I watched it. I liked it.

  9. Michael Eden Says:

    I watched it.

    I don’t know exactly what you mean by “I did vote.” So I’m blowing up against deciding to leave the ballot empty for “President of the United States.” If you held your nose and voted, this is not for you.

    I’m responding to what I saw on the video.

    I heard the guy on the video say, “Should I turn a blind eye to Trump’s incredibly public promotion of fornication, adultery, hateful rhetoric, sodomy, abortion, and mockery of God?”

    And that’s when I puked. That’s an example of the fallacy of the false dilemma. Because NO I shouldn’t “turn a blind eye.” The only problem with that is that that is NOT what I did!

    It would be ONE thing if the OTHER side wasn’t WORSE on EVERY SINGLE ONE of those items that the guy in the video listed. Because there was no Monica Lewinsky, or Paula Jones or Juanita Broaddrick or Kathleen Willey or etc. ad nauseum, okay, fine. Let’s just all agree that when Bill Clinton was getting blowjobs from a woman not his wife in the Oval Office (so named because Monica made an “oval” out of her mouth, I guess) it was actually a celebration of sexual purity. And when we all agree that when Hillary told us that Trump was a dangerously unstable nutjob who would exterminate the human race and that everyone who supported him was an “irredeemable basket of deplorables” she meant it in a loving way. And that when Hillary Clinton said that Jesus loves abortion and homosexual perversion she was just expressing what the Bible clearly teaches.

    We had a very binary choice. One of these two will be the next president. Choose this day whom you will serve.

    And I actually voted for a choice that did not involve serving the exalted leftist socialist STATE. With my eyes very wide open, fwiw.

    This is when I realized what MY choice was: https://startthinkingright.wordpress.com/2016/03/14/democrats-truly-are-nazis-or-how-the-left-actually-started-turning-me-into-a-trump-supporter/

    And what I came to see AFTER that that made it even worse: a Democratic operative who worked for Hillary and had visited the Obama White House 342 times fomenting political violence.http://dailycaller.com/2016/10/18/exposed-dem-operative-who-oversaw-trump-rally-agitators-visited-white-house-342-times/

    Black thugs in Chicago physically beating a 49-year old white man who voted for Trump while the mob mocked him and said, “You vote Trump you gonna PAY. http://www.infowars.com/shock-video-black-mob-viciously-beats-white-trump-voter/

    Tell me that I should have allowed LITERAL NAZISM to win instead?

    No, I’m not going to let ANYONE say I “turned a blind eye.” I voted BECAUSE OF WHAT I SAW.

    Are you actually trying to tell me that you believe that Donald Trump will pick SCOTUS justices who will advocate for these things as much as the Justices Hillary would have chosen? Are you actually saying that????

    I have started taking part in Good News Clubs, where the Gospel can be proclaimed in public schools after school just like other clubs have the right to interact with elementary school kids with parental consent. The secular humanists want us banned: and we were THIS CLOSE to Hillary being able to pick the judge that would have booted Good News Clubs out of the public schools forever.

    Your guy said abortion. Donald Trump has promised to appoint pro-life justices. Hillary promised to appoint justices who will allow a woman to kill her baby one nanosecond before that child is born. Are you actually telling me that you truly believe that the Scalia-type Justice that Trump will pick will see abortion in rulings just as much as the Ruth Bader Ginsburg-type Justice that Hillary would have chosen???

    Sodomy, you say??? You think the conservative judges will be just as militant pro-gay agenda as the ones Hillary would have picked? Seriously???

    It comes down to this, truthunites: your declaration is that the people who DO NOT have the Holy Spirit in them, THOSE WHO HAVE NO PART OF CHRIST IN THEM, are the people whom Christians should submissively entrust to select our leaders for us. That Christians should have no part in trying to shape this nation. We should not be trusted to do that because ONLY the people without the Holy Spirit of God can possibly have the wisdom to choose the best leaders in an imperfect world.

    And I could not disagree with you more profoundly.

    The Christians who believe they are too pure to breathe the air of this world, to drink the water in this world, to talk with or interact with the people in this world, to work the jobs in this world, are too pure to have voted for Trump. Okay. But everyone else had a choice between two alternatives. We who breathe the air of the world, drink the water of this world, etc. SHOULD VOTE FOR THE CANDIDATES IN THIS WORLD.

    I declare that I am a sinner and that I am NOT too perfect or too pure or too wonderful to get my hands a little dirty by doing my duty as both an American and as someone whom Jesus commanded to be both salt and light in a decaying world.

    The meat was rotting; I put a little salt on it rather than let it totally putrify AND THEN STILL HAVE TO EAT IT AS HILLARY FORCE FED IT TO ME. The climate was dark; I put a little light on it rather than allow it to become completely morally pitch black AND THEN STILL HAVE TO LIVE IN DARKNESS AS HILLARY EXTINGUISHED WHAT LITTLE LIGHT WE HAD LEFT.

    Trump was the better choice. Even YOU acknowledged it!!!

    That being said, I am both relieved and pleased that Hillary will not be President.

    If just a few more people had thought like you, we WOULD HAVE HAD President Hillary Clinton. And then you could have had all the adultery and abortion and sodomy you wanted until it came out of your gills.

    I praise the LORD that evangelical Christians overwhelmingly disagreed with you and like me showed up and voted. https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/acts-of-faith/wp/2016/11/09/exit-polls-show-white-evangelicals-voted-overwhelmingly-for-donald-trump/

    You will not get my sympathy for the view that Christians should not vote, that they should rather agree with the atheists that they are foolish, stupid people who should not have a voice or be allowed to decide anything about the culture or politics, but that they should live in some monastery somewhere.

    I didn’t “turn a blind eye” to ANYTHING. Rather, I had my eyes VERY wide open, and I had the courage of conviction to vote for the best choice I had available in a world that we were told in prophecy would get worse and worse.

    I worked with a Hispanic family and helped eight members vote their values. The two oldest daughters – a 22 and 21-year old – are GORGEOUS and know sexual harassment quite well, thank you very much. They are also Latina and have family members who are illegal. But they had the courage of conviction to vote for LIFE and against the expansion of the socialist State. And all eight members of that Hispanic family voted for Trump because they put their deepest values above the rest of what is far less important by comparison.

    And I am PROUD of them for their courage and for their integrity of conviction. Because they are getting ALL KINDS of HATE right now from the Hispanic community and they put it on the line to vote their FAITH.

    Pontius Pilate decided to wash his hands and declare himself innocent. He didn’t completely agree with the Jews who wanted Jesus crucified, but He just couldn’t vote on Jesus’ side, either. I chose rather to take my stand and VOTE.

  10. truthunites Says:

    “If you held your nose and voted, this is not for you.”

    Thanks, I voted for the office of POTUS, and I actually did not have to hold my nose for the one I voted for.

    Here’s a good article that’s worth reading:

    Why Evangelicals Are Divided Over Trump

    He describes it as a “Witness” versus “Justice” divide.

    I think the “Justice” side could also be described as the “Future” side.

    Anyways, I’m highly sympathetic to the reluctant Christian Trump voters. It’s quite understandable, and I think/speculate that they voted in self-defense against the horrors and evil of toxic liberalism. Which Obola and Shrillary evince in spades.

    I lean slightly more to the “Witness” side of matters, and no matter who occupies the White House, I know the King who sits on the Throne of the Universe.

    Best Regards.

  11. truthunites Says:

    Here is a post-election prayer by a pastor (who did not vote for Trump or Hillary, but he did vote) which he said aloud to his congregation this past weekend:

    “Our good and gracious heavenly Father, we praise for your almighty and ever present power, by which you uphold, as with your hand, all things.

    When we don’t know what will happen with our health, we trust you. When we don’t know what we will happen with those we love, we rest in you. And when we don’t know what will happen with our nation, we turn to you.

    In the midst of a world filled with triumphalism on the one hand and recriminations on the other, in a world where we tend to assume the worst of those who are not like us, help the church to show a more excellent way. May the world look in at our counter-culture communities and say with astonishment, “See how they love one another.” Give us the empathy to listen to one another and the wisdom to learn from what we hear.

    May the church show forth the kind of diversity worth pursuing—the diversity of every nationality, and every race, and every class, and every color confessing sins together and together worshiping the risen Christ.

    As we are commanded in 1 Timothy 2, we pray for Donald Trump, the next President of the United States.

    Grant him wisdom, courage, and integrity as a man and as a leader. Keep him faithful, kind, and loving as a husband and father.

    Give him a heart for the poor, concern for the powerless, and compassion for the weak. May he resist the temptation to settle scores and tear others down. Give him a heart, a disposition, and a commitment to honor women, protect the vulnerable, and reject all racial animus.

    Put before him the best information and the most intelligent counselors so he can make good decisions about economic and foreign policy and choose capable men and women for a vast array of judicial, cabinet-level, and bureaucratic appointments.

    May the President be guided by both courage and restraint as Commander-in-Chief of our armed forces. Make him a defender of the unborn and a champion for religious liberty.

    Make him a man of prayer and a daily student of the Scriptures. Give him the humility to see his sins, the honesty to admit his faults, the grace to forgive his enemies, and the strength of character to change his mind.

    Lead him to a firmer understanding of the truth of the gospel, a resolute commitment to obey the Word of God, and a passion to promote what accords with your truth.

    By your grace, heavenly Father, may President Trump be a better man than many expect and a better man than we deserve.

    And no matter the smiles or frowns of providence, keep your people faithful to the things we know we must do: to love our neighbors as ourselves and to love the Lord with all our heart, soul, strength, and mind.

    Make us quick to serve and eager to speak the truth in love. Grant us the privilege to bear witness to the only King who keeps all his promises and the only One whose kingdom knows no end.

    In the name of Christ—the only name given among men whereby we must be saved—we pray, Amen.”

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