Trump Love and God’s Word on It

“Love one another with brotherly affection. Outdo one another in showing honor.”
– Romans 12:10, ESV

We are entering a new era, of increased presence and power of the Lord for the conveyance of his love, which is himself, and a crescendo of history to the fulfillment of his Great Commission. His Holy Spirit is now more manifest to those who are seeking him and even to some who are not. I join with many Christians to call for paying much more attention to him, to keep up with him. In doing so, we find how much we are loved and how much his love may be brought to others through us. “You will seek me and find me, when you seek me with all your heart.” (Jeremiah 29:13).

Interestingly enough, at this time we have also found a leader in our nation who has become especially beloved among American patriots. So much so, that some religious leaders and influencers have accused fervent supporters of the work-in-progress that is President Trump, of idolatry. For the most part by far, Trump love is good. Clearly, any dynamic and virtuous U.S. president will be idolized by some, but one must be quite careful not to call that which is love something defiled, as idolatry is.

Here, wade on into some Trump love, in his CPAC address, a week ago now. Two minutes into this key excerpt, individuals, then the crowd call out, “We love you!” turning it into the chant heard in rally after rally last year, something unprecedented in American political history.

A transcript of it with thanks to DB Daily Update:

The mission of the Democrat Party is to promote socialism. They want to promote socialism, ultimately leading unfortunately to communism. And that will happen. If you look at Venezuela, you look at some of these countries, that’s why some of our biggest supporters are from South America, Latin America, because they’ve seen what goes on with all of this cancel culture and you can’t speak, and let’s cut them off, and let’s not give them words.

The mission of our movement and of the Republican Party must be to create a future of good jobs, strong family, safe communities, a vibrant culture, and a great nation for all Americans; and that’s what we’re creating.

Their party is based upon unvarnished disdain for America, its past, and its people. You see that happening. It’s horrible the way they treat the legacy of our country, the culture of our country. Our party is based on love for America and the belief that this is an exceptional nation blessed by God.

[Standing ovation]

We take great pride in our country. We teach the truth about history. We celebrate our rich heritage and national traditions. We honor George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, Thomas Jefferson, and all national heroes. And of course, we respect our great American flag.

[Standing ovation]

Thank you. Thank you very much. Thank you very much.

[The chanting, ‘We love you! We love you! We love you! We love you! […]’]

Thank you. Thank you very much, so nice.

I started that, hearing, we really were, were getting word of that, hearing that during some of the rallies, especially the latter rallies where we set records. We had fifty-six unbelievable, packed rallies. And nobody’s ever had anything that we had. And we started hearing, ‘We love you.’ And I asked somebody you know ’cause we really liked Ronald Reagan, right? He was a great president. We had others. But I said, “Did anybody ever say that to Ronald Reagan or to any of our great….” And to the best of all of these political professionals’ knowledge and pollsters, nobody’s ever heard that yet before, man. So it’s an honor. Believe me, it’s an honor, a great honor. That’s a great honor.

The Lord had given me a dream accompanied by a brief vision about Trump on the weekend before the fictitious inauguration of Pseudopresident Joe Biden and I wasn’t expecting lightning to strike the aging child molester on January 20. God cleanse us of the defilement. I didn’t watch. More could be written, but it’s not for this entry.

What did impress me was the adoration expressed to President Trump wherever he went that day and along the path of his motorcade in Florida. I remembered those who have spoken against that sincere love, calling it out as obsession, also labeling as false prophecy what others had transmitted from the Lord about Trump’s second term, that is, this one.

I began to write about it that day, perhaps for entry in the enemy camp’s propaganda and monitoring medium we call Facebook, but as it was being written, Another Someone was communicating, too.

Here is what I sense the Lord is saying to Christian advisors in America right now, who look down their noses at the devotion of my patriot brothers and sisters [to] President Trump. Two short paragraphs.

“Do not mock the love that I have placed in the hearts of My people, for My servant Donald Trump and do not call it ‘idolatry,’ says the Lord. I have placed My love in their hearts and it is the mutual love of My American freedom.”

“Do not place the love of My people in the trough and let it be eaten by animals. It is My love and I have given it to them. It is the meat and drink of My righteousness. It is the mutual adoration that reflects My own love for them.”

That may be poignant for some right now. My conscience allowed me to place the quotations there and it would not let me remove “says the Lord.”

We will see much more of our beloved President Trump. He is still President Donald J. Trump, after all. God will require him in the White House very soon, with a greater passion for meting justice against the deeply rooted megacriminal globalist establishment.

This new era within the Covenant Age of Jesus Christ has already begun and it is causing those paying attention to Him to grow in it. In the last year, I have gained a new kind of prayer language and had increasing spiritual experiences germane to America’s governance. I’ve been tentative in communicating them, thus a little backlogged. It’s time to move beyond initial cautiousness; I trust you’ll see or hear more very soon, if you wish.

In the mean time, I suggest you keep in touch with those listed here, both in the article and in the comments I added afterward.

God’s shalom peace and dunamis energy to you; so be it. There is much work of extreme importance to do. “Be watchful, stand firm in the faith, act like men, be strong. Let all that you do be done in love.” (I Corinthians 16:13,14, ESV)

Comments

  1. I think that if we just remember that God blessed us with 4 years of leadership from this great man, it is ok to admire him. But we have to be cognizant of the fact that there would not have been a Trump Presidency without God. Trump was an imperfect figure as we all are, that was doing the Lord’s work. A modern day King Cyrus, with many moral contradictions in his past but God chose him for this time. Sometimes God needs an MLK, and sometimes the situation calls for a wrecking ball to achieve God’s desired outcome. Trump is that wrecking ball.

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