Donald Trump

When Donald Trump came on the scene, I didn’t give him much attention. He posed as a serious contender for the Republican nominee, but like many, I had little confidence that he could attain it. I remember thanking God in that season for all of the men and women of strong character seeking the chance to run against Hillary Clinton. I actually admired Dr. Ben Carson; he was a stellar candidate in my opinion. The man has an exceptional brain and uses it!

Looking back over the past year, we have to agree with FOX News show host, Bill O’Reilly, who said, “Never have I seen anything like this in politics in all my life.”

Trump already has made this presidential election an unprecedented one.

When Trump won the Republican nomination, leaders of the faith flocked to him, including Dr. Carson. The candidate gave his time freely to Christian men and women who needed to know his stance on critical issues facing the Church in America. He valued their voice, and he valued their prayers for him.

As Trump characteristically calls it like he sees it {read: no political correctness}, he told the Christian leaders that they’ve “gone soft” and allowed the government to get away with too much. And he was right. We’ve been the silent majority for far too long.

There’s been a noticeable shift. As much as Hillary’s camp, including the biased media, try to demonize Trump, he has quite the following. in Florida, he recently told the crowd of multi thousands, “This is a movement! This is our one chance to take back the government. We won’t have this chance in four years; there will be no more America.”

Let me get to the core of why I am an unashamed voter for Donald Trump for President of the United States. He is doing something with his life that is not for the benefit of his life. I heard Trump say again, “I didn’t need to do this. I was doing very well with my business. Very well.”

He cares deeply about America’s future, and so do I. He wants our children and grandchildren to know the greatness of American freedom and the great potential we have as free citizens to dream and achieve dreams. Such a future demands total protection of our constitutional rights and less involvement of government in our daily affairs.

I truly believe that Trump can reverse our pending economic doom speared by the unfathomable national debt. When I envision Trump serving as president, I think of Psalm 69:4, “I am forced to restore what I did not steal.” It will not be an easy task, but I see him being resolute until our country returns to a time of surplus. A sound business mind and a determined team is required for such a feat.

I want America to be restored to the nation deserving of the world’s respect. It’s not a pride thing; it’s the evidence of God’s grace upon this land that supernaturally propelled her to greatness in a short time. Many people of influence fail to recognize our inspiring history, and, honestly, my heart has been injured by the Obamas who have repeatedly spoken against our country. No wonder I endured a season of despondency concerning my outlook for America!

In closing, I say “Thank You, Father in heaven, for gracing our nation with Your promises, Your goodness, and with men and women devoted to honoring You and serving in America’s government. Thank you, Dr. Ben Carson, for inspiring the people of faith to not give up hope. Thank you, Donald Trump, for departing from your thriving business to give all you can toward a future hope of making America great again.”

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