Do you know how long it’s been since an American president gave a sweeping, inspirational talk on the oppressive death cult of socialism?
I know for sure it hasn’t been delivered since 1989, when Ronald Reagan left office.
I heard hope. I heard clarity. I heard courage. And I heard chants of USA! USA! USAI
I heard a new day was coming for Venezuela – and I believe it.
heard “socialism is dying, and liberty, prosperity and democracy are being reborn” … and I believe it.
I heard Trump say: “We are profoundly grateful to every dissident, every exile, every political prisoner and everyone who bears witness to the horrors of socialism and communism, and who has bravely spoken out against them.” And I embrace that.
I heard Trump explain just what tyrannical socialism does every time it takes power – “nationalized private industries … took over private businesses … engaged in massive wealth confiscation, shut down free markets, suppressed free speech … set up a relentless propaganda machine, rigged elections, used the government to persecute their political opponents and destroyed the impartial rule of law.” And I said Amen! Preach it, brother!
I heard enthusiasm and unity and optimism and confidence.
Why haven’t I heard words like that from an American president since 1989?
And then I hear people ask: “Why don’t the young people understand what socialism is really about – death, suffering, oppression, tyranny?”
Maybe they’re simply expressing that they have heard for too long from their college professors and their national “leaders.”
Thank God for Trump!
A Fox News poll taken just before the second anniversary of President Donald Trump’s January 2017 inauguration showed 25 percent of Americans polled believe God wanted Trump elected.
I know I did.
I know I did some serious praying in 2016.
But I’m not really sure it’s even the right question.
If God had wanted Trump elected, there is no doubt in my mind that it would be so. But God is the sovereign ruler of the universe, the Creator, the One without whom all material things would cease to exist. Nothing happens in the world that God doesn’t at least allow to happen.
I think many people believe there was something supernatural about the 2016 election because “the world” said it could never happen. All the experts were wrong. How could that be?
It’s times like that you can expect God to act. When it happens, it doesn’t mean we’re entering Eden again. It’s doesn’t mean the Kingdom of God is here. It doesn’t mean Jesus is about to return.
There is only one time you will get to choose the Perfect Leader. That’s when you decide who will be the Lord of your life – and you choose Jesus-Yeshua, the Son of God, the King of kings, the Lord of lords.
As WND has before, Farah fails to entertain the possibility that God ordained Trump as a warning instead of a deliverance.