Has Donald Trump Become A Savior?
If a man saves millions of people from inherent sin that will cast them into extreme suffering in what Jesus called the "outer darkness" of Mind and Being (see http://OuterDarkness.Nazirene.org ) -- i.e., “Do not be deceived: God cannot be mocked. A man reaps what he sows” (Gal 6:7 NIV) -- then he can rightly be portrayed as their savior. With respect to the Holocaust of the UnBorn, The Didache (a.k.a. The Teaching of the Apostles), which is one of the oldest Christian documents, at Section 2:2 states: "...thou shalt not murder a child by abortion nor kill them when born..." -- and at 5:2 it states: "The Way of Death is filled with people who are...murderers of children and abortionists of God's creatures." It has been conveyed to me from On High that abortion is murder -- and even those who support abortion, are therefore acting in concert with murderers.
Those who understand the Laws That Control Our Lives http://OuterDarkness.Nazirene.org#TheLawsThatControlOurLives , will perceive that those who voted for Barack Obama and who promote abortion, will themselves inherit the evil, suffering and murder that they perpetuated upon the souls that have been aborted. When Vice Pres. Mike Pence spoke at the pro-life rally, he openly declared the opposition of the Executive Office of the President against the holocaust that has been perpetuated upon the unborn -- and if this speech of Vice Pres. Pence is followed up by a denial of funding in support of abortion, then the people who voted for Donald Trump will be freed from the sin that will engulf those who support the murder of the unborn. Those who sowed the murder of the unborn, will suffer a similar fate in the future. What is important is for Donald Trump to defund the infanticide of the unborn, so that those Americans who reject the murder of the fetus in its mother's womb, are not financially supporting this grave sin.
I recently watched an interview with the Rev. William Owens who is the head of the Coalition Of African-American Pastors (see http://caapusa.org/ ) wherein he stated that he was recently shown the documentation to prove that Pres. Lyndon Johnson started the War on Poverty so as to undermine the black family so they would basically vote Democrat -- i.e., make black women dependent upon the government and drive black men out of the family home. And in such a scenario, abortion became a necessary ingredient to the spiritually disenfranchised equation. In view of the fact that studies have proven that poverty and racial inequality is fueled by the breakup of the black family (see Marriage: America's Greatest Weapon Against Child Poverty, the fact that it is demonstrated that those who live in poverty are in fact poor, because under the Secular Progressive domain, they have abandoned biblical morality and marriage. Thus, their poverty and the conditions under which they live, are the direct result of their own choices and actions. And thus, not only those who abort their children are grave sinners, but so too are those who support the political culture of the Secular Progressives who have destroyed the black family, and promote abortion as a type of birth control.
Yet, Paul correctly states:"But now I have written to you not to keep company with anyone named a brother, who is sexually immoral, or covetous, or an idolater, or a reviler, or a drunkard, or an extortioner — not even to eat with such a person" (1 Cor 5:11 NKJV) -- and the Gospels present the cause of their poverty and turmoil in the words of Jesus: "...sin no more, lest a worse thing come unto thee" (John 5:14 KJV).
What Paul is stating is that it is of course a sin to support the immorality and sinfulness of those who choose to dwell in sin. If Christians are commanded by Paul to have no part in the sin of those who have abandoned biblical morality -- to the degree that a Christian should "...not even to eat with such a person" -- and Jesus warns the person who he healed to cease from sin, lest a worse thing such as even greater poverty come upon them -- then when Christians use their money and resources to indiscriminately support and promote lives of sin, then they have in fact cast themselves in the role of the servant who squandered away his God-Given Talents on the things of this world.
The solution to the dilemma is found in the words of Benjamin Franklin who correctly stated: "I am for doing good to the poor, but I differ in opinion of the means. I think the best way of doing good to the poor, is not making them easy in poverty, but leading or driving them out of it. In my youth I travelled much, and I observed in different countries, that the more public provisions were made for the poor, the less they provided for themselves, and of course became poorer. And, on the contrary, the less was done for them, the more they did for themselves, and became richer."
The poor and disenfranchised in this country is the direct result of the failed Secular Progressive agenda they have embraced. Author, and one time welfare mom Star Parker, portrays the poor as the victims of Uncle Sam's Plantation. God-fearing people are in no manner obligated to support the lifestyle of those who abandon morality and biblical standards. While it is good to provide food and clothing to those in need, to take away from those who are living by spiritual standards, to give to those who have abandoned spiritual standards, is in and of itself sin. Further, financial support and pay for abortion on demand, is one of the greatest evils of our hedonist godless culture.