Saturday, President Donald Trump gave a powerful commencement speech at Liberty University, prompting two leading evangelical faith leaders to weigh in with enthusiasm.
The Rev. Franklin Graham offered praise for the president’s speech via Facebook on Saturday:
Yesterday President Donald J. Trump delivered the graduation commencement message at Liberty University, the largest evangelical Christian university in the world. He said:
“When the pilgrims landed at Plymouth they prayed. When the founders wrote the Declaration of Independence, they invoked our creator four times, because in America we don’t worship government we worship God. That is why our elected officials put their hands on the Bible and say, ‘So help me God,’ as they take the oath of office. It is why our currency proudly declares, ‘In God we trust,’ and it’s why we proudly proclaim that we are one nation under God every time we say the pledge of allegiance.”
I’m thankful we have a president who understands the importance of God in our nation’s history and the importance of God in our nation’s future. Aren’t you? Source
Just as the Pope quickly cut the separation lines between religions, what we have started seeing in the Trump presidency is that he will cut the separation lines between Church and State.
Trump is bringing ‘more’ church into politics a sure sign of the end times. His meeting with the Pope this year will be a remarkable eye opener for the times we live in.