It comes down to three things.
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"The fruit of this historic gathering will be evidenced in millions of lives," Paula White says.
Anyone who hasn't noticed the double standard that is alive and well in America is out of touch with reality.
But will President Trump listen?
After King David established his capital in Jerusalem, he prayed, "Do good to Zion in your good pleasure; build the walls of Jerusalem (Ps. 51:18)—God's blessing would include strong walls!
New York Times best-selling author Brigitte Gabriel, who emigrated to the United States legally, says there is a much bigger issue regarding the criminals who have broken the law to stay in the U.S.
The justices ruled 7-2 that an anti-religious bias had been shown against Jack Phillips.
God's people need to unite and pray.
We live in a nation that has had to be protected from outside forces.
"When Israel faces an existential threat of Islamic terrorism, we need a Judeo-Christian love party."
And those are just the headlines of the past week.
The Bible was the rock on which the early American republic rested.
This is a historic day.
"God and Donald Trump" Author Stephen E. Strang: President continues to align with evangelical base that helped elect him.
"Donald Trump is a media genius."
"Instead of being returned to the prison he was at prior to this hearing date, he's been sent back to a prison that is notorious for it's overcrowding and it is a prison where eight prisoners are to be held in one cell. Instead, there are 22."
"This is a spiritual battle, with the devil repeatedly trying to establish a foothold in the very region of the world where Christ came and set us free."
"God and Donald Trump" author Stephen E. Strang says the president is a formidable presence on world's political and economic stage.
Stephen E. Strang, best-selling author of "God and Donald Trump," says the president does more than talk; he's a man of action.
Clinton's scandals were "enough to turn the stomach of anyone who believed in honesty and transparency in government."