Donald Trump

President Donald Trump, center, stands up to walk out of the Roosevelt Room at the White House in Washington, Thursday, March 8, 2018, following an event where he signed two proclamations, one on steel imports and the other on aluminum imports. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh) ORG XMIT: DCSW114

I don’t know about you, but ever since becoming a Christian, I’ve been a work in progress. I honestly learn something every day that points me closer to being more like Christ, yet also seeing more and more of my shortcomings. Since we are made in his image, his likeness is the goal.

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For years, the body of Christ has prayed for a president who would honor God, bless Israel, save the unborn, honor the Constitution, allow churches to exercise their right to speak up in important political issues, someone to help the veterans, police, troops, on and on. And God answered in the only person who could have endured all the enemy’s wrath and still stand. And yet, many are more concerned that Donald Trump says something mean or has a different skin tone or jokes a lot or talked crudely, and they remember every sin he ever committed rather than thanking God for this man’s sacrifices and those of his family. Because honestly, in my lifetime, Trump is the most Christian president ever.

It is obvious God changed his heart. He wants to be the most praying president ever. He was the first to speak at the March for Life. He prays out loud to God all the time in front of anyone, and it is from his heart. He is appointing judges who fear God. He loves his country, his family, and his countrymen. He honors and is helping those who serve. He canceled a huge part of the funding for Planned Parenthood (baby-part salesmen, abortion lobbyists).

He has worked to end abortion as in his ability. He seems to love even his critics. He loves Israel and is moving the embassy to Jerusalem. He was the first to truly pray at the wailing wall in a most heartfelt way. He is keeping his promises.

Our support and prayers for him, our brother, will help him move from glory to glory and change this nation! Our picking him apart and joining with the accuser of the brethren will be all of our demise! Will we pray and fast and assist our brother or will we join those who pick up a stone? I am not able to cast that stone — I am still a work in progress.

Charleen Ecuyer

homemaker

Prairieville