Follow-up: 7-20-19, Annette -- I have received some push back about my criticism of the profanity our President used this past week in North Carolina. A few others have concluded that the President did not use the Lord's name in vain or that we should lighten up and keep it in perspective. Here's what he did say:About his friend: "if you don’t support me, you are going to be so G-ddamn poor, you are not going to believe it.'” And a second time in a reference to how [G-D] hard the nation’s armed forces might strike Iran, should it come to a military conflict. [I couldn't find the direct quote.]
Using God's name as an adverb [or adjective] [describing how poor ... or how hard the military was going to hit Iran] is blasphemy.
I am a conservative supporter of Pres T and want to make an issue of this because he's getting a little too cocky; using more and more profanity. [In No Carolina he also repeated 'bullshit.']
Apparently Pres Trump believes he answers to no one; at least that's how he's behaving. God will not be mocked ... Pres T must rein it in and be more circumspect in his language. Appearances matter. I pray that Pres T will heed the warnings and admonishments and behave better so all his comments can be quoted and recorded without embarrassment. Write here to the president:
Exodus 20:7 "Thou shalt not take the name of the Lord thy God in vain; for the Lord will not hold him guiltless that taketh his name in vain."
Hour & half video of Pres Trump's speech here
At North Carolina Rally Pres Trump Disappoints Many God Fearing Americans
Salvation? Luke 13:3; Titus 2:13, Revelation 19:11
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