I firmly believe people (especially white evangelical males) who still support Trump and his agenda are not true Christians and according to their own beliefs, their name will be taken out of the book of life.
According to Revelation 22:19: “And if any man shall take away from the words of the book of this prophecy, God shall take away his part out of the book of life, and out of the holy city, and from the things which are written in this book.”
HERE IS PROOF—To support Trump you would have to take away the following scripture from the Bible.
The Hebrew Bible says in Proverbs 6:16-19 (NIV), “There are six things the Lord hates, seven that are detestable to him:
1) Haughty eyes—Here is one of the hundreds of examples: Trump constantly and blatantly boasts (as he did on his personal Twitter account Jan. 6, 2018) of his “two greatest assets”, saying he is known for his “mental stability” and “being, like, really smart.” He haughtily boasted to Bob Woodward on tape that “nobody’s ever done a better job than I’m doing as president.” He has consistently exaggerated his personal net worth and regularly brags about how rich he is.
2) A lying tongue—There has never been such a blatant and pathological liar like Trump as President. He consistently gives a statement on video and then denies it. Again, one of many examples: On October 15, 2018, he flatly denied that he offered Sen. Elizabeth Warren $1 million to take a test proving her Native American heritage, even though he did just that. During a campaign rally on July 5, 2018, on video, Trump taunted Warren for her claims of Native American ancestry. “I will give you a million dollars, to your favorite charity, paid for by Trump, if you take the test and it shows you’re an Indian,” Trump said. “I have a feeling she will say ‘no.’ ”
3) Hands that shed innocent blood—President Trump just seems to have a thing for murderers. The latest example is his refusal to believe that Saudi Arabia killed Washington Post reporter Jamal Khashoggi. He praised North Korean dictator, Kim Jong Un as “very open and terrific”—even though Un in his first six years as leader, has ordered the executions of at least 340 people, according to the Institute for National Security Strategy, a think tank arm of the National Intelligence Service.
Trump calls Russian dictator Vladimir Putin a “strong” man and brags they have a very good relationship even though Putin has executed at least 38 journalists and attempted to poison Sergei Skripal and his daughter.
Trump praised Philippine dictator Rodrigo Duterte (aka “The Punisher”) for doing an “unbelievable job” and Duterte calls Trump a good friend. Trump’s good words and their friendship come despite Duterte’s violence that has left more than 7,000 of his countrymen dead since he took power less than a year ago.
4) A heart that devises wicked schemes—The president’s lack of virtue has further eroded our culture, deepened divisions, lowered the level of discourse, and coarsened our politics. He calls it winning at any cost—but is simply wicked schemes. Just this week he lashed out at Democrats calling them evil people. He endorsed a Montana candidate who physically attacked a reporter who had simply asked him a question. He pardoned Joe Arpaio, the former sheriff of Maricopa County in Arizona, who was found guilty of criminal contempt for ignoring a judge’s order to stop racially profiled arrests and his hard-line police tactics. He calls journalists—many who are good people simply doing their job of reporting the truth—enemies of the people.
5) Feet that are quick to rush into evil—His crude and profane televised appearances on the Howard Stern show which can found easily online, his payoffs of a porn star and a Playboy playmate, and his multiple sexual accusers are just the beginning of this evil man’s life. Paul Manafort is the latest of five key Trump advisers to have admitted crimes or been convicted since the election.
Trump has an unprecedented number of legal entanglements compared to any previous president. Lawsuits have been brought by individuals, companies, and state attorneys general against him personally, his administration’s policies, the Trump Organization, and the president’s charity, the Trump Foundation.
Trump has been party to some 4,000 lawsuits over the last 30 years and is currently facing at least 75 active lawsuits, according to an analysis by USA Today newspaper. This does not take into account the investigations by Bob Mueller, the Southern District of New York, or the New York State investigation into his multiple tax fraud and evasion charges.
6) A false witness who pours out lies—Donald Trump is a liar. He has made over 4,000 misleading or false witnesses just since becoming President. Here is a shocking list compiled by the non-partisan Politifact. If Christians really believe their Bible—Trump is going straight to hell. Rev. 21:8 says, “But the fearful, and unbelieving, and the abominable, and murderers, and whoremongers, and sorcerers, and idolaters, and all liars, shall have their part in the lake which burneth with fire and brimstone, which is the second death.”
7) A person who stirs up conflict in the community—Trump can stir up conflict about almost anyone: Pope Francis, a Gold Star family, Arizona Sen. John McCain, a disabled reporter, and on it goes. Documented for all to see on his personal Twitter account, Trump has insulted almost 500 people just since he took office. Click HERE for the shocking list.
Seeing is believing—unless of course, you are like most evangelical white males and Trump’s beloved base. It is no surprise that millennial Americans and people all over the world who were already distrustful of religion now view the cognitive dissonance of evangelicals as confirmation of a hypocrisy they suspected all along.