Prophet Has Stern Warning for All Trump-Loving Christians


President Trump has totally shaken up politics in America, and that has been a good thing in many ways.

But at least one leading pastor fears that Bible-believing Christians are at risk of making the president into a kind of idol, and thereby provoking God’s wrath.

There’s no question that it was God’s will to have Trump in the White House. But not because he is the epitome of righteousness.

Trump is uniquely qualified to break the political strongholds in this country, and by so doing has caused a great many cases of corruption and immorality on both sides of the aisle to be exposed and legally prosecuted.

But, Pastor R. Loren Sandford asserts, the president himself has been actively sowing division and feeding a cycle of hate that was, admittedly, started by the ultra-liberal left.

He writes in Charisma:

Our president, for all the good he has done, continues to speak foolishly, hurling insults at his enemies, feeding division and hatred in spite of scriptural admonitions to the contrary. “There is one who speaks rashly like the thrusts of a sword, But the tongue of the wise brings healing” (Prov. 12:18, NASB). Another would be Proverbs 15:2, “The tongue of the wise makes knowledge acceptable, But the mouth of fools spouts folly” or Proverbs 16:7, “When a man’s ways are pleasing to the Lord, He makes even his enemies to be at peace with him.”

I find myself deeply troubled when Christians defend this set of obvious flaws and attack those who call for prayer for change in the president’s character. Ungodly actions can never produce godly results and ought never to be justified or defended. The nation is being torn apart, and the president’s rhetoric tends to feed it.

As Trump’s hardline rhetoric increases, the ultra-liberal left and its Democratic mouthpieces only dig in deeper, enacting even more abominable legislation, ultimately leading to divine judgement.

Continues Pastor Sandford:

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A great outpouring of the Holy Spirit is coming. In the midst of judgment and the gathering darkness, our destiny is to shine. It’s the hour of our greatest blessing, a time of victory for us who believe. …Sin never works. It makes promises it can’t keep and only destroys. Damaged and hurting people need to see lighthouses shining in the darkness, exhibiting the Father’s love, Jesus’ compassion and the power of the Holy Spirit for healing and restoration. A great harvest of souls will be gathered in. It’s time to get our house in order. The hour is both late and urgent.

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