Well, once again I say, whether you like him (Trump) or not, or whether he would make a viable president, at least you don’t have to guess what’s on his mind. This whole approach of speaking your mind and convictions is a refreshing idea for American politics and I really think people are liking it. I can say with all honesty that I for one, DO like it.
I, along with a big majority of Americans are sick and tired of all the B.S. that goes on in D.C. and are so ready for change that it’s pathetic!
The recent rise of Donald Trump in the media and political landscape has taken many by surprise. Why would America embrace this eccentric, narcissistic billionaire businessman who cares little about whom he offends?
I believe part of this is that God is using him to uncover the veil of the current political leadership and culture in America to show us the corrupt nature of what is under that veil.
Trump is articulating what we all felt was under that veil—deception, lying, lack of accountability and pandering to what is politically correct. Trump is seeking to represent something that is the exact opposite.
A few years ago, Henry Blackaby said he did not see leadership emerging from anywhere except the marketplace. He did not seen it in the political realm or even from church leaders.
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There have been recent examples in the last 24 months. Hobby Lobby took a stand against the government for being required to fund abortions through Obamacare. They took their cause all the way to the Supreme Court and won.
Chick-fil-A took a stand on the gay rights issue. Instead of being penalized for that stand, they were rewarded with the largest single day sale in their history when conservatives turned the tables on the gay movement by standing with Chick-fil-A in a tangible “Support Chick-fil-A day” that made a powerful statement.
Duck Dynasty’s patriarch, Willie Robertson took a stand against the gay agenda when he shared what he believed the Bible said about the gay lifestyle. At the risk of losing the show, he stood his ground and the A&E network folded to the pressure of losing millions of dollars by not having the show on the air.