Washington—One of President Donald Trump’s highest evangelical Christian allies, Dallas pastor Robert Jeffress, was among the top due to the president’s refusal to admit defeat, calling the Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden the president. And provide advice on how Trump’s supporters should accept development.
Jeffries often commented in online columns published by Fox News that Biden’s victory was simply “swallowing bitter gourd.” “When someone becomes our preferred candidate, it is always easier to submit and pray for someone. But when the person in office is not the one we support, rubber does have trouble. This is our proof of Christ It’s not an opportunity for hypocrites.”
Jeff Reese’s posture may be the president himself, who insists that he will win the election once the bitter fruit of fraud and cheating being exposed.
The senior pastor of the First Baptist Church Dallas, one of the largest large churches in Texas, was one of Trump’s earliest and most well-known conservative Christian supporters in the 2016 campaign.
He has always been a frequent visitor to the White House. He was a guest of honor when the United States opened the embassy in Jerusalem. He was a fierce defender of Trump during the impeachment period, warning that if the Democratic Party took this step, it would trigger a “civil war-like breakdown.”
Trump called him “an amazing man, an amazing man” on Good Friday, when he announced that he would watch Jeffress (Jeffress) will lead the Easter party in Dallas, and it is not recommended to attend during the pandemic. Church activities.
Evidence of fraud and fraud has not surfaced, although this has not stopped Trump and his campaign from accusing the election of theft.
For example, on Wednesday morning, the Trump campaign was still sending out petitions for donations that included the following request: “We cannot let Democrats steal this election.”
Election officials in every state explicitly rejected this proposition, saying that the election was a smooth, even unusual, pandemic and the widespread use of mail voting.
Trump fell behind Biden with more than 5 million votes, and the Democrats had a convincing room for victory at the Electoral College.
“When Joe Biden became president, we should praise him for doing the right things. We should condemn him for doing the wrong things. Most importantly, we must pray enthusiastically for our president.”
Jeffress quoted the Apostle Paul’s admonition to obey legal civil rights, as stated in 1 Timothy 2:1-2, he called for “for all, the king and Pray for all high-ranking people”.
Jeffries said: “Paul did not give us any room for swing, whether the emperor is a friendly Constantine or the evil Emperor Nero, his orders apply.” Jeffries added, “If President Biden Success, all of us will succeed. May God bless Joe Biden, and may God bless the United States of America.”
As I said in Lou Dobbs’ performance on Friday: “The only way to unify our country is not only to protect the right to vote, but also to participate in the election. @realDonaldTrump President has the right to run for this election. All rights.”
-Dr. Robert Jeffries (@robertjeffress) November 9, 2020
But Jeffries also defended Trump’s right to campaign.
Although Biden promised to cooperate with “all Americans”, Biden has announced the overthrow of religious groups and plans to overturn President @realDonaldTrump’s executive order on religious freedom and protection of unborn children. For “unity”, it is of great significance.
-Dr. Robert Jeffries (@robertjeffress) November 11, 2020
On Wednesday he criticized Biden for vowing to revoke Trump’s executive order on abortion and religious freedom.