Daniel Whyte III, President of Gospel Light Society International, tells Evangelical Advisers of Trump, such as Robert Jeffries, Franklin Graham, Darrell Scott, Greg Laurie, Jentezen Franklin, Mark Burns, Jack Graham, and Kenneth Copeland, minus their fearless leader, Paula White, and all Others who Enjoyed the Good Times and the White House Christmas Parties That They Should be Standing Right Beside Trump, Today, in the Manhattan Courtroom at his Arraignment, Not to Encourage Him to Continue Running for President For Whyte Told Them Last Year That They Should Encourage Trump by Telling him, ‘We love you Mr. President, and you did the best you could for this nation. But now, considering what you are facing, please do not run for another term. Handle these ugly charges and accusations, spend time with your family, enjoy your children and grandchildren, and enjoy what you have built up.’
Each one of the pastors mentioned above knows from their life experience and from pastoring thousands of people that this is a divine defining moment for Trump. They ought to tell him that God is allowing these things to happen for his good so that he would humble himself, confess his sins, repent of his sins, and believe in the Lord Jesus Christ as Saviour so that he can become a new man in Christ. And through Christ, by God’s grace, the childishness, arrogance, foolishness, and disrespect for other people, such as calling DeSantis “meatball” because he is Italian, would cease. God wants to grow him as a man, not just as a president.
Even though Whyte agrees that what District Attorney Alvin Bragg is doing is wrong in this case, Trump is partly in this mess because of his sins, immaturity, actions, and antics that need to stop now, or he is going to repeat them. God wants better for him. These sycophantic non-disclosure agreement-signing pastors know that but have refused to tell Trump that, following the lead of the Revelation-style Jezebel Paula White, and that is always to say only good and nice things to Trump because he is so insecure and volatile. Well, biblical, godly prophets and pastors can’t do that and won’t do that, and they won’t sign non-disclosure agreements, either. Rise up, pastors, and do the job that the Lord called you to do, and help this Constantinian-style government leader be the best he can be for the glory of God before he meets his Maker.
Donald Trump will make history on Tuesday when he is booked and arraigned in a Manhattan courthouse as the first former president ever to face criminal charges. But historians are looking beyond his indictment with anxiety over what might follow.
With the former president refusing to negotiate a plea deal with prosecutors in New York, where he confronts state-level charges that are shielded from presidential pardons, scholars are struggling to identify an off-ramp for Trump from a criminal trial as he seeks a second White House term in 2024 – a high-stakes test of the rule of law that could upend the presidency itself.
The imagery and spectacle of Tuesday’s developments could produce indelible artifacts in the national memory – the fingerprinting of a former president, scenes of protest outside the court – but historians consider the drama of arraignment as less a significant milestone than the start of an uncertain, potentially destabilizing chapter in American politics, in which a politician could seek the nation’s highest office while facing the real possibility of jail time.
“The off-ramp is running out the clock on the legal system,” said Douglas Brinkley, a presidential historian and professor at Rice University. “It’s going to rain indictments on Trump this spring, and then he’s going to do what he’s made a lifetime of doing: obfuscate, delay, game the system to stall.”
Trump faces dozens of New York criminal charges related to a scheme in which he allegedly paid to silence women over extramarital affairs shortly before the 2016 presidential election. He is also the target of an array of other state and federal investigations over his handling of classified documents and efforts to overturn the 2020 presidential election.
“His best bet to avoid prosecution that could land him in jail is to win the presidency in 2024,” Brinkley added. “It’s a mad race for Trump to Election Day.”
Source: Yahoo!, Michael Wilner
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