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No. 0     Original Topic:  Trump Thoughts ...   
By:  RadioPreacherMan   Gender: M   Age: 59   on  Jun 8, 2017 at 6:35 PM   Viewed 2816 times     
I like his optimism ... :thumb_up:
No. 1     Reply: Re: Trump Thoughts ...   
By:  RadioPreacherMan   Gender: M   Age: 59   on  Jun 10, 2017 at 7:45 PM     
Seems to keep his " focus " ... no matter what distractions are swirling around him.
No. 2     Reply: Re: Trump Thoughts ...   
By:  Stormchaser   Gender: M   Age: 63   on  Jun 11, 2017 at 4:59 PM     
I think, RPM, that if you view the following broadcast of Judge Jeanine for 6/10/17, there is a lot there that you will enjoy hearing...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i6Mdq-fnuA4
No. 3     Reply: Re: Trump Thoughts ...   
By:  Stormchaser   Gender: M   Age: 63   on  Jun 12, 2017 at 12:29 PM     
Here is a great interview of James Wesley Rawles, Christian owner of survivalblog.com, by the very credible SGTreport. Rawles is calling for much more prayer for Donald Trump, for his enemies are active and poised to plunge in the knives whenever they can.

Men’s Hearts Will Fail Them from Fear

"James Wesley Rawles, the author and founder of SurvivalBlog.com joins me to discuss current events, and both the near and long term outlook of the United States, and humanity. We discuss the pure fraud of the Russian hacking narrative, and the foul stench rising from the dying mainstream mockingbird news media that perpetuates it. And we round out the conversation with the one way to survive what is coming upon the earth: The full armor of God."

http://financialsurvivalnetwork.com/2017/06/mens-hearts-will-fail-them-from-fear-james-wesley-rawles/


This is a GREAT interview between two Christians who though while realizing the value of personal preparation, that ultimately our trust and hope must be in God.
No. 4     Reply: Re: Re: Trump Thoughts ...   
By:  RadioPreacherMan   Gender: M   Age: 59   on  Jun 12, 2017 at 8:24 PM     
Stormchaser wrote:

I think, RPM, that if you view the following broadcast of Judge Jeanine for 6/10/17, there is a lot there that you will enjoy hearing...



Yes indeed !

Appreciate you bringing this up in this thread Stormchaser. :high5:

It's very " refreshing " to hear something that is not " distorted. "
:2thumbs:
No. 5     Reply: Re: Trump Thoughts ...   
By:  RadioPreacherMan   Gender: M   Age: 59   on  Jun 14, 2017 at 7:49 PM     
When you had enough ... you have your mind set ... and President Trump is showing it.
No. 6     Reply: Re: Trump Thoughts ...   
By:  RadioPreacherMan   Gender: M   Age: 59   on  Jun 15, 2017 at 9:06 PM     
Remaining upbeat ... in a down beating world !
No. 7     Reply: Re: Trump Thoughts ...   
By:  RadioPreacherMan   Gender: M   Age: 59   on  Jun 17, 2017 at 8:51 PM     
He is on a mission !
No. 8     Reply: Re: Trump Thoughts ...   
By:  Devaprakash   Gender: M   Age: 73   on  Jun 19, 2017 at 8:20 PM     
He appears to be a tramp! No dignity in his facial expressions! :tongue:
No. 9     Reply: Re: Trump Thoughts ...   
By:  RadioPreacherMan   Gender: M   Age: 59   on  Jun 20, 2017 at 5:56 AM     
I believe Trump knows how to " wait it out " ... until it works out.
No. 10     Reply: Re: Trump Thoughts ...   
By:  RadioPreacherMan   Gender: M   Age: 59   on  Jun 22, 2017 at 6:15 AM     
Love the idea of going out and having a " rally " from time to time. I believe it keeps him in touch with the people ... and ... vise versa !
No. 11     Reply: Re: Trump Thoughts ...   
By:  RadioPreacherMan   Gender: M   Age: 59   on  Jun 25, 2017 at 7:40 AM     
Just like plowing hard ground ... hitting rocks as you go ... President Trump is keeping the plow in the ground ... Praise God !

No. 12     Reply: Re: Re: Trump Thoughts ...   
By:  sweetmusicman   Gender: M   Age: 42   on  Jun 27, 2017 at 2:40 AM     
RadioPreacherMan wrote:

Just like plowing hard ground ... hitting rocks as you go ... President Trump is keeping the plow in the ground ... Praise God!



22 Million off healthcare, mostly affecting senior citizens and children from poor families. So much for COMPASSION from the so-called party of Jesus. Trump's healthcare bill is a disgrace for his Nationalist campaign rhetoric. A 321 Billion deficit that will go for tax breaks for the wealthy 1% Go figure.

Source: http://www.cnbc.com/2017/06/26/cbo-to-release-crucial-report-on-senate-obamacare-replacement-bill.html
No. 13     Reply: Re: Trump Thoughts ...   
By:  RadioPreacherMan   Gender: M   Age: 59   on  Jun 27, 2017 at 7:15 AM     
To govern and do what needs to be done ... even if it hurts here and there.

Too much of the ... " take care of me " ... mentality.

Yes ... help ... where the help is needed as much as possible ... otherwise ... get back to " governing " ... period.







No. 14     Reply: Re: Re: Trump Thoughts ...   
By:  sweetmusicman   Gender: M   Age: 42   on  Jun 27, 2017 at 1:24 PM     
RadioPreacherMan wrote:

To govern and do what needs to be done ... even if it hurts here and there.

Too much of the ... " take care of me " ... mentality.

Yes ... help ... where the help is needed as much as possible ... otherwise ... get back to " governing " ... period.





22 Million people off healthcare insurance and you call that "even if it hurts here and there?" Wow, one life without healthcare insurance is ONE LIFE TOO MUCH, let alone 22 million lives.Is this what Christianity's compassion has become? It's not that bad that 22 million people are going to be without healthcare insurance? God forbid that your family is going to be some of those 22 million. Who decides where to draw the line of 'help.....where the help is needed as much as possible?" Wealthy Heartless Republicans giving tax breaks to the top 1%?
No. 15     Reply: Re: Re: Re: Trump Thoughts ...   
By:  RadioPreacherMan   Gender: M   Age: 59   on  Jun 27, 2017 at 1:46 PM     
sweetmusicman wrote:

22 Million people off healthcare insurance and you call that "even if it hurts here and there?" Wow, one life without healthcare insurance is ONE LIFE TOO MUCH, let alone 22 million lives.Is this what Christianity's compassion has become? It's not that bad that 22 million people are going to be without healthcare insurance? God forbid that your family is going to be some of those 22 million. Who decides where to draw the line of 'help.....where the help is needed as much as possible?" Wealthy Heartless Republicans giving tax breaks to the top 1%?



I already said what I needed to say. Maybe you can find someone else who wants to hear your complaints. Bottom line ... too many people depending on the government. That's all for now. :Hole:
No. 16     Reply: Re: Trump Thoughts ...   
By:  RadioPreacherMan   Gender: M   Age: 59   on  Jun 28, 2017 at 8:01 AM     
Okay ... back to another ... Trump Thought ...

May he continue to move forward ... maybe not being where we would like to be ... but at least ... moving in that direction.
No. 17     Reply: Re: Re: Trump Thoughts ...   
By:  sweetmusicman   Gender: M   Age: 42   on  Jun 29, 2017 at 2:33 AM     
RadioPreacherMan wrote:

Okay ... back to another ... Trump Thought ...

May he continue to move forward ... maybe not being where we would like to be ... but at least ... moving in that direction.


I really hope so. And I genuinely wish him the Best. If only he would stop attacking Obama. I think Trump's beef with Obama is way beyond just policy differences, it's PERSONAL. Trump despises Obama and only God knows why.
No. 18     Reply: Re: Re: Re: Trump Thoughts ...   
By:  RadioPreacherMan   Gender: M   Age: 59   on  Jul 6, 2017 at 6:38 AM     
sweetmusicman wrote:

... I genuinely wish him the Best.



Thank you !
No. 19     Reply: Re: Trump Thoughts ...   
By:  RadioPreacherMan   Gender: M   Age: 59   on  Jul 16, 2017 at 7:15 AM     
I love how he " weathers the storms " :2thumbs:
No. 20     Reply: Re: Trump Thoughts ...   
By:  RadioPreacherMan   Gender: M   Age: 59   on  Jul 21, 2017 at 7:04 PM     
To be a fountain ... and not a drain.
No. 21     Reply: Re: Trump Thoughts ...   
By:  RadioPreacherMan   Gender: M   Age: 59   on  Jul 21, 2017 at 7:37 PM     
Doing all he can ... when he can.
No. 22     Reply: Re: Trump Thoughts ...   
By:  RadioPreacherMan   Gender: M   Age: 59   on  Jul 22, 2017 at 6:32 PM     
With so many going the wrong way ... it's good to see someone going the right way.
No. 23     Reply: Re: Re: Re: Re: Trump Thoughts ...   
By:  Vickie   Gender: F   Age: 62   on  Jul 24, 2017 at 4:00 PM     
RadioPreacherMan wrote:

I already said what I needed to say. Maybe you can find someone else who wants to hear your complaints. Bottom line ... too many people depending on the government. That's all for now. :Hole:


Ah yes
Few understand that what they receive from government was taken from workers, and that would not be so bad if most were not wasted and misspent. But the votes are purchased with empty promises non the less.

Obamacare is another example of people thinking they could take from others to meet their needs. It's a total failure with fewer people receiving even less care.
There will be no such paradise this side of Heaven. We'd do well to look to God to meet our needs and follow His direction.

Prayers for President Trump. An imperfect man giving God opportunity to work through him. Head's above those who flatly deny God's place in this nation!
I pray His people, called by His Name bow their knees and fast and pray...
Enough whining and complaining already.
No. 24     Reply: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Trump Thoughts ...   
By:  Kari   Gender: F   Age: 103   on  Jul 24, 2017 at 5:13 PM     
Vickie wrote:

RadioPreacherMan wrote:

I already said what I needed to say. Maybe you can find someone else who wants to hear your complaints. Bottom line ... too many people depending on the government. That's all for now. :Hole:


Ah yes
Few understand that what they receive from government was taken from workers, and that would not be so bad if most were not wasted and misspent. But the votes are purchased with empty promises non the less.

Obamacare is another example of people thinking they could take from others to meet their needs. It's a total failure with fewer people receiving even less care.
There will be no such paradise this side of Heaven. We'd do well to look to God to meet our needs and follow His direction.

Prayers for President Trump. An imperfect man giving God opportunity to work through him. Head's above those who flatly deny God's place in this nation!
I pray His people, called by His Name bow their knees and fast and pray...
Enough whining and complaining already.


amen! well stated.
No. 25     Reply: Re: Re: Re: Trump Thoughts ...   
By:  Stormchaser   Gender: M   Age: 63   on  Jul 24, 2017 at 6:26 PM     
sweetmusicman wrote:


22 Million people off healthcare insurance and you call that "even if it hurts here and there?" Wow, one life without healthcare insurance is ONE LIFE TOO MUCH, let alone 22 million lives.Is this what Christianity's compassion has become?


Leftest ideology has now become Christianity's compassion?

Really?

Show us where in the Bible that healthcare insurance (even if it wasn't socialist in nature) is mandated.

Show us in the US Constitution even where it is mandated.
No. 26     Reply: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Trump Thoughts ...   
By:  RadioPreacherMan   Gender: M   Age: 59   on  Jul 27, 2017 at 6:01 AM     
Vickie wrote:

Prayers for President Trump.

An imperfect man giving God opportunity to work through him. Head's above those who flatly deny God's place in this nation!

I pray His people, called by His Name bow their knees and fast and pray...



Amen !

No. 27     Reply: Re: Re: Re: Re: Trump Thoughts ...   
By:  sweetmusicman   Gender: M   Age: 42   on  Jul 27, 2017 at 8:46 AM     
Stormchaser wrote:

sweetmusicman wrote:


22 Million people off healthcare insurance and you call that "even if it hurts here and there?" Wow, one life without healthcare insurance is ONE LIFE TOO MUCH, let alone 22 million lives.Is this what Christianity's compassion has become?


Leftest ideology has now become Christianity's compassion?

Really?

Show us where in the Bible that healthcare insurance (even if it wasn't socialist in nature) is mandated.

Show us in the US Constitution even where it is mandated.



Matthew 25:35-40

35 For I was hungry and you gave me something to eat(Foodstamps), I was thirsty and you gave me something to drink, I was a stranger and you invited me in(Immigration), 36 I needed clothes and you clothed me, I was sick(Healthcare) and you looked after me, I was in prison(Justice for All even Transgender People) and you came to visit me.’

Because the Constitution does not mandate Universal healthcare does not mean that government should not provide universal healthcare. The US Constitution makes provision for Amendments,I say bring Universal Healthcare in as a Right.



No. 28     Reply: Re: Trump Thoughts ...   
By:  RadioPreacherMan   Gender: M   Age: 59   on  Jul 27, 2017 at 10:28 AM     
Back to " Trump Thoughts " - Positive thoughts about President Trump

The desire to follow through with his promises. :2thumbs:



No. 29     Reply: Re: Trump Thoughts ...   
By:  RadioPreacherMan   Gender: M   Age: 59   on  Jul 27, 2017 at 1:28 PM     
Standing among the " give me, give me " crowd ... and " offering " what He can give ... to ... " Make America Great Again. "
No. 30     Reply: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Trump Thoughts ...   
By:  Bullfighter279   Gender: M   Age: 55   on  Jul 29, 2017 at 7:08 PM     
sweetmusicman wrote:

Stormchaser wrote:

sweetmusicman wrote:


22 Million people off healthcare insurance and you call that "even if it hurts here and there?" Wow, one life without healthcare insurance is ONE LIFE TOO MUCH, let alone 22 million lives.Is this what Christianity's compassion has become?


Leftest ideology has now become Christianity's compassion?

Really?

Show us where in the Bible that healthcare insurance (even if it wasn't socialist in nature) is mandated.

Show us in the US Constitution even where it is mandated.



Matthew 25:35-40

35 For I was hungry and you gave me something to eat(Foodstamps), I was thirsty and you gave me something to drink, I was a stranger and you invited me in(Immigration), 36 I needed clothes and you clothed me, I was sick(Healthcare) and you looked after me, I was in prison(Justice for All even Transgender People) and you came to visit me.’

Because the Constitution does not mandate Universal healthcare does not mean that government should not provide universal healthcare. The US Constitution makes provision for Amendments,I say bring Universal Healthcare in as a Right.





If you noticed Jesus was referring to individual people.

He did not state that was a Government's job....
No. 31     Reply: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Trump Thoughts ...   
By:  sweetmusicman   Gender: M   Age: 42   on  Jul 31, 2017 at 11:31 AM     
Vickie wrote:

RadioPreacherMan wrote:

I already said what I needed to say. Maybe you can find someone else who wants to hear your complaints. Bottom line ... too many people depending on the government. That's all for now. :Hole:


Ah yes
Few understand that what they receive from government was taken from workers, and that would not be so bad if most were not wasted and misspent. But the votes are purchased with empty promises non the less.

Obamacare is another example of people thinking they could take from others to meet their needs. It's a total failure with fewer people receiving even less care.
There will be no such paradise this side of Heaven. We'd do well to look to God to meet our needs and follow His direction.

Prayers for President Trump. An imperfect man giving God opportunity to work through him. Head's above those who flatly deny God's place in this nation!
I pray His people, called by His Name bow their knees and fast and pray...
Enough whining and complaining already.



For 8 straight years, the Republicans were whining and complaining. So much so that a new hostile group, the Tea Party was born, a couple of months into Obamas Presidency. Donald Trump went as far as to delegitimizing Obamas Presidency. Now Trump and his followers want everybody to just bend over and support Trump. By the way, did you pray for Obama when he became President? Did you stop your fellow Republicans from whining and Complaining or were you part of those whining and complaining? Now that the shoe is on the other foot Republicans and especially Trump followers can't handle the Resistance Trump is getting..
No. 32     Reply: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Trump Thoughts ...   
By:  sweetmusicman   Gender: M   Age: 42   on  Jul 31, 2017 at 11:35 AM     
Bullfighter279 wrote:

sweetmusicman wrote:

Stormchaser wrote:

sweetmusicman wrote:


22 Million people off healthcare insurance and you call that "even if it hurts here and there?" Wow, one life without healthcare insurance is ONE LIFE TOO MUCH, let alone 22 million lives.Is this what Christianity's compassion has become?


Leftest ideology has now become Christianity's compassion?

Really?

Show us where in the Bible that healthcare insurance (even if it wasn't socialist in nature) is mandated.

Show us in the US Constitution even where it is mandated.



Matthew 25:35-40

35 For I was hungry and you gave me something to eat(Foodstamps), I was thirsty and you gave me something to drink, I was a stranger and you invited me in(Immigration), 36 I needed clothes and you clothed me, I was sick(Healthcare) and you looked after me, I was in prison(Justice for All even Transgender People) and you came to visit me.’

Because the Constitution does not mandate Universal healthcare does not mean that government should not provide universal healthcare. The US Constitution makes provision for Amendments,I say bring Universal Healthcare in as a Right.





If you noticed Jesus was referring to individual people.

He did not state that was a Government's job....
At the end of the day The Government IS the People and FOR the People. Where in the Bible does it say that the Government should not provide for the people? Nowhere...
No. 33     Reply: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Trump Thoughts ...   
By:  Stormchaser   Gender: M   Age: 64   on  Jul 31, 2017 at 12:22 PM     
sweetmusicman wrote:

At the end of the day The Government IS the People and FOR the People. Where in the Bible does it say that the Government should not provide for the people? Nowhere...


First of all, governments tend to be for themselves, and NOT for the people. What's currently happening in Venezuela is a good example (and only the latest) of this. They may start off with the best intentions (as the USG did), but even the Founders recognized that it would probably not last (as a government FOR the people).

Secondly, you're asking BF to prove a negative, not a recognized way to prove a point. It's like asking someone to prove that water will NOT be necessary to life, or to prove that soap will NOT clean.

It's just a dumb way to conduct an intelligent conversation.
No. 34     Reply: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Trump Thoughts ...   
By:  sweetmusicman   Gender: M   Age: 42   on  Aug 1, 2017 at 3:28 PM     
Stormchaser wrote:

sweetmusicman wrote:

At the end of the day The Government IS the People and FOR the People. Where in the Bible does it say that the Government should not provide for the people? Nowhere...


First of all, governments tend to be for themselves, and NOT for the people. What's currently happening in Venezuela is a good example (and only the latest) of this. They may start off with the best intentions (as the USG did), but even the Founders recognized that it would probably not last (as a government FOR the people).

Secondly, you're asking BF to prove a negative, not a recognized way to prove a point. It's like asking someone to prove that water will NOT be necessary to life, or to prove that soap will NOT clean.

It's just a dumb way to conduct an intelligent conversation.


Because government fails the People does not mean that government should be pardoned. That is just a stupid reasoning. No wonder government is not fulfilling their promises because there are people like you who would just accept governments incompetence.

Intelligent debate requires FACTS! You don't just make claims without backing it up with facts. Because you can't prove your claim doesn't mean it is dumb.
No. 35     Reply: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Trump Thoughts ...   
By:  Vickie   Gender: F   Age: 62   on  Aug 1, 2017 at 4:31 PM     
sweetmusicman wrote:


For 8 straight years, the Republicans were whining and complaining. So much so that a new hostile group, the Tea Party was born, a couple of months into Obamas Presidency. Donald Trump went as far as to delegitimizing Obamas Presidency. Now Trump and his followers want everybody to just bend over and support Trump. By the way, did you pray for Obama when he became President? Did you stop your fellow Republicans from whining and Complaining or were you part of those whining and complaining? Now that the shoe is on the other foot Republicans and especially Trump followers can't handle the Resistance Trump is getting..

Many good points and yes, we are reaping what we have sown.
We've been sold two teams to divide and conquer us and we play along becoming more divided as we go.
“Both the left wing and the right wing belong to the same bird” author unknown to me

I did stop cheering for the Republicans many years ago. While praying for this nation I repented of words spoken against President Obama and sincerely prayed for him his last years in office and encouraged all in my circles as well. He did not begin the decline but merely followed decades of puppets. Even Pres Reagan backed off and towed the line after he was shot and family threatened. Pres Bush Sr spoke openly of the 'New World Order' and everyone since has furthered that cause (regardless of what they SAID, look at what they DID).
I don't support Pres Trump because he ran as a Republican or because he is a great man. I am hopeful however because of all the opposition he faces and the fact he openly accepts Christian prayer. He is a wild card God can use to expose corruption in this nation and abroad. Our freedom at this point is only an illusion and we are possibly at a point of no return. But GOD... if He chooses, If His people called by His Name...truly repent …
No. 36     Reply: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Trump Thoughts ...   
By:  Stormchaser   Gender: M   Age: 64   on  Aug 1, 2017 at 8:44 PM     
sweetmusicman wrote:

Stormchaser wrote:

sweetmusicman wrote:

At the end of the day The Government IS the People and FOR the People. Where in the Bible does it say that the Government should not provide for the people? Nowhere...


First of all, governments tend to be for themselves, and NOT for the people. What's currently happening in Venezuela is a good example (and only the latest) of this. They may start off with the best intentions (as the USG did), but even the Founders recognized that it would probably not last (as a government FOR the people).

Secondly, you're asking BF to prove a negative, not a recognized way to prove a point. It's like asking someone to prove that water will NOT be necessary to life, or to prove that soap will NOT clean.

It's just a dumb way to conduct an intelligent conversation.


Because government fails the People does not mean that government should be pardoned. That is just a stupid reasoning. No wonder government is not fulfilling their promises because there are people like you who would just accept governments incompetence.

Intelligent debate requires FACTS! You don't just make claims without backing it up with facts. Because you can't prove your claim doesn't mean it is dumb.


And how does this response RESPOND to what I said? I talked about bad government. YOU responded about a government NOT (another negative) being pardoned. What's with that? Nothing related to what I said at all.

And then you totally ignored the whole attempting to prove a negative thing. Do you think that gives you some sort of pass because you bring up OTHER things that you think might be intelligent? Sorry, my friend, but you do indeed argue like a leftist which, of course, you are.

Well, maybe I shouldn't complain. I've noticed in the past you tend to ignore my well-thought :tongue: out points, lol. Guess you like the weaker debates.
No. 37     Reply: Re: Trump Thoughts ...   
By:  crayons   Gender: M   Age: 61   on  Aug 3, 2017 at 8:18 PM     
the demoncats just lost West VA. "Governor Justice"
since he just admitted he could not work with the
demons anymore>>>(((smilin)))
No. 38     Reply: Re: Trump Thoughts ...   
By:  RadioPreacherMan   Gender: M   Age: 59   on  Aug 16, 2017 at 6:40 AM     
Continuing to stand ... :salute:
No. 39     Reply: Re: Trump Thoughts ...   
By:  RadioPreacherMan   Gender: M   Age: 59   on  Aug 19, 2017 at 8:06 PM     
Life's Railway to Heaven ... a beautiful old hymn.

Praying ...

President Trump keep his hand on the throttle and his eye on the rail.
No. 40     Reply: Re: Trump Thoughts ...   
By:  RadioPreacherMan   Gender: M   Age: 59   on  Aug 21, 2017 at 5:51 AM     
Yes ... I believe President Trump is being " honed and polished " as he goes through his circumstances ... just like the rest of us.
No. 41     Reply: Re: Re: Trump Thoughts ...   
By:  Bullfighter279   Gender: M   Age: 55   on  Aug 22, 2017 at 9:17 AM     
Stormchaser wrote:

I think, RPM, that if you view the following broadcast of Judge Jeanine for 6/10/17, there is a lot there that you will enjoy hearing...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i6Mdq-fnuA4


I enjoy everything Judge Jeanine says, lol.
No. 42     Reply: Re: Trump Thoughts ...   
By:  RadioPreacherMan   Gender: M   Age: 59   on  Sep 7, 2017 at 5:27 AM     
I admire ... how President Trump is " holding steady." :2thumbs:
No. 43     Reply: Re: Trump Thoughts ...   
By:  RadioPreacherMan   Gender: M   Age: 59   on  Sep 9, 2017 at 6:10 AM     
I like ... his willingness ... to work out a " deal " ... especially with those who are being difficult to " deal with " most of the time.
No. 44     Reply: Re: Trump Thoughts ...   
By:  RadioPreacherMan   Gender: M   Age: 59   on  Sep 14, 2017 at 7:01 AM     
Still willing to do what needs to be done ... even with those who do not like him. Just love how he is now ... reaching out to the democrats ... showing them ... their dislike of him ... will not stop him.

So, people will need to " deal " with President Trump ... even those who attempt to avoid or want to work against him. This leaves the ball in their court ... so to speak ... because our President is showing ... his door is open to all of them.

No. 45     Reply: Re: Trump Thoughts ...   
By:  Bullfighter279   Gender: M   Age: 55   on  Sep 14, 2017 at 1:52 PM     
The belief that, "government" is supposed to provide for all your care and comfort and daily needs has been tried, and failed miserably before.

It's called, "communism" and all one has to do is look at the history books to see how it works in the end, the USSR, Cuba, Venezuela, North Korea, etc.
No. 46     Reply: Re: Trump Thoughts ...   
By:  RadioPreacherMan   Gender: M   Age: 59   on  Sep 15, 2017 at 5:27 AM     
President Trump reminds me of a " bee-keeper."

He's working within the government ... dealing with how it operates ... as the bees are buzzing around him ... and withstanding the stings ... as he is going about it.

No. 47     Reply: Re: Trump Thoughts ...   
By:  Stormchaser   Gender: M   Age: 64   on  Sep 15, 2017 at 10:58 AM     
Listening to a recent TRUNEWS video, it kind of helps put things into perspective for me.

As most know, I did not vote for Trump...or anyone for that matter. Trump does not truly represent my own political position.

But to anyone with any true spiritual sensitivity as to what God is saying and doing to present day America, it is quite obvious that He has chosen Trump to right some wrongs, and to bring some light and justice to the darkness that has arisen over America.

Obviously the Left, the statist, Communist, pedophile Democratic party hates him and will continue to buzz like bees, attempting to bring him down.

On the other side of the coin are the 'Trumpies', those who seem to support Trump with no reservations, support the MAGA paradigm, and believe he is America's last hope to return to its roots.

And then there are many, like me, who wish Trump well, are not totally sure of many of his policies, are not totally sure that what God is using Trump for fits into the picture many of the Trumpies are painting (MAGA), and are either wondering or confused of exactly what is going on.

The 'Fireman' prophet, believes it is not America, per se, that is under judgment, but rather America's systems, the ungodliness of the ruling class and the laws and such that they bring about. He believes and prophecies that America will indeed be great again.

I want to believe that, and that would be my hope, but I have deep, deep reservations based on the fact that our people have walked away from God, have sacrificed our children (abortion) to Baal, have walked in disobedience to God, and are getting worse.

Is Trump going to change the declining morality of our country back to Godliness? No, he does not have that power. Will God give him that power? I think that is unlikely that one man can do that, even if he is the president, and I don't find it likely that God will use him in that manner.

So if that is not the case, then were are we in the Stormchaser viewpoint of things?

As mentioned, I just listened to a TRUNEWS broadcast, and they put things in perspective. What happened in the 2016 election was definitely of God, but it wasn't to 'Make America Great Again,' for America is walking with Baal and continues to do so, in spite of any political re-awakening that might be happening with some.

Than what did happen (other than what I already mentioned about Trump)?

Just this - God did not grant a reprieve to America with the election; He granted a reprieve to the Church. He wants Christians to 'clean house,' first in their own lives, then in their churches, then clean up America's house. The election was not for the country, for the Constitution, for the government, for the Republic - it was for the Church.

I know that some here might have problems with that, for it does not really fit into the 'Trump is America's savior' paradigm. So be it. Listen with your heart to what God is saying.

Anyway, if you'd like to hear the portion of this TRUNEWS video that addresses this, it is below and I'd suggest beginning at the 1:07 mark, though obviously giving the whole video a listen would also be valuable.

Irma's Gone but America's Immorality Storm Is Coming



No. 48     Reply: Re: Trump Thoughts ...   
By:  RadioPreacherMan   Gender: M   Age: 59   on  Sep 15, 2017 at 6:16 PM     
Never heard of the term " Trumpies " ... or simply forgot ... if I did ... and I'm sure there are those looking to President Trump as the " Savior of America " ( which I don't ), but I do " admire his desire " to govern the government in a more business manner.
No. 49     Reply: Re: Re: Trump Thoughts ...   
By:  Stormchaser   Gender: M   Age: 64   on  Sep 15, 2017 at 6:19 PM     
RadioPreacherMan wrote:

Never heard of the term " Trumpies "


Lol, you need to get out more, RPM!
No. 50     Reply: Re: Re: Re: Trump Thoughts ...   
By:  RadioPreacherMan   Gender: M   Age: 59   on  Sep 15, 2017 at 6:25 PM     
Stormchaser wrote:

Lol, you need to get out more, RPM!



:rofl:

Thankful you are here Stormchaser ... to keep us ed-ju-ma-cated.

No. 51     Reply: Re: Trump Thoughts ...   
By:  RadioPreacherMan   Gender: M   Age: 59   on  Oct 13, 2017 at 5:51 AM     
Like plowing through hard ground ... but President Trump just keeps going ... slowly ... steadily ... and ... surely.
No. 52     Reply: Re: Trump Thoughts ...   
By:  RadioPreacherMan   Gender: M   Age: 59   on  Oct 15, 2017 at 8:01 PM     
Yes ... moving in one direction ... than going in another ... and ... revealing the " ineffectiveness " of those who do not know how to lead or follow through on what needs to be done.

No. 53     Reply: Re: Trump Thoughts ...   
By:  RadioPreacherMan   Gender: M   Age: 59   on  Oct 23, 2017 at 3:12 PM     
He is " standing his ground " ... whether anyone else comes around or not.
No. 54     Reply: Re: Trump Thoughts ...   
By:  RadioPreacherMan   Gender: M   Age: 59   on  Oct 26, 2017 at 2:53 PM     
Simply sticking to it ... focusing on what He's there to do.
No. 55     Reply: Re: Trump Thoughts ...   
By:  Vickie   Gender: F   Age: 63   on  Oct 26, 2017 at 4:33 PM     


Yes, it must be very difficult to stay focused day after day with enemies encamped all about.

I pray our Lord Jesus continue to confound and confuse the enemy as we watch them turn on one another, defeating themselves. I pray Pres Trump stand after doing all he knows to do, knowing that he does not stand alone but with Christians the world over behind him 100%.

No. 56     Reply: Re: Re: Trump Thoughts ...   
By:  RadioPreacherMan   Gender: M   Age: 59   on  Oct 28, 2017 at 5:17 AM     
Vickie wrote:

I pray our Lord Jesus continue to confound and confuse the enemy as we watch them turn on one another, defeating themselves. I pray Pres Trump stand after doing all he knows to do, knowing that he does not stand alone but with Christians the world over behind him 100%.



Amen ! :2thumbs:
No. 57     Reply: Re: Trump Thoughts ...   
By:  Bullfighter279   Gender: M   Age: 103   on  Dec 17, 2017 at 7:56 PM     
Porcher: Rooting Against Trump Like Boarding a Plane and Hoping It Crashes

http://insider.foxnews.com/2017/12/17/darrin-porcher-rooting-against-donald-trump-not-patriotic-hoping-plane-crashes
No. 58     Reply: Re: Trump Thoughts ...   
By:  RadioPreacherMan   Gender: M   Age: 59   on  Dec 19, 2017 at 8:04 AM     
Not being distracted ... but remaining focused on what he is being led to do as our President.
No. 59     Reply: Re: Trump Thoughts ...   
By:  RadioPreacherMan   Gender: M   Age: 59   on  Dec 26, 2017 at 5:41 AM     
Yep ! Whatever it takes to " Make America Great Again " ... :2thumbs: