Subscribe to Canada Free Press for FREE

A refreshing change

VIDEO: Trump hails faith as central to American life at National Prayer Breakfast


By —— Bio and Archives--February 8, 2018

Comments | Print Friendly | Subscribe | Email Us

VIDEO: Trump hails faith as central to American life at National Prayer Breakfast
I’m reluctant to bring up what the last occupant of the Oval Office did with this event, but he was the one who told us to get off our high horses over an event more than 1,000 years ago that he doesn’t understand in the slightest.

First the good news: You can argue all you want that Trump doesn’t mean what he’s saying, but I’ll leave it to you to listen to words and decide if he’s sincere. He’s giving glory to God. Paul said something about when someone does that and you don’t think they’re sincere:



I don’t know exactly where Trump is in his faith walk. There are people who say they ministered to him during the campaign and saw a real conviction. Others believe Trump will say anything to anyone, and that his faithful sycophants are too willing to believe it regardless of all the reasons for skepticism.

What I think is that seeking, winning and serving in the presidency has convicted Trump in many ways, and that he understands now in a way that he never did before that he needs God, and that because his need for grace is so extensive, he is all the more grateful for it.

So why doesn’t Trump talk like people on CBN or Trinity Broadcast Network? Because that’s not who Trump is, and there’s no reason he needs to be. After all this, you can still disbelieve his sincerity, and if you’re determined to than you probably will.

What I’ve said all along is that Trump may or may not have given his heart to Christ, but at least he’s not hostile toward Christianity and its role in American life. Unlike . . . who?

Well:




Dan Calabrese -- Bio and Archives | Comments

Dan Calabrese’s column is distributed by HermanCain.com, which can be found at HermanCain.com

A new edition of Dan’s book “Powers and Principalities” is now available in hard copy and e-book editions. Follow all of Dan’s work, including his series of Christian spiritual warfare novels, by liking his page on Facebook.


Commenting Policy

Please adhere to our commenting policy to avoid being banned. As a privately owned website, we reserve the right to remove any comment and ban any user at any time.

Comments that contain spam, advertising, vulgarity, threats of violence, racism, anti-Semitism, or personal or abusive attacks on other users may be removed and result in a ban.
-- Follow these instructions on registering: