Evangelical Supporters Pray Over Trump - Who Could Probably Use the Help

Evangelical Supporters Pray Over Trump - Who Could Probably Use the Help

Evangelical Supporters Pray Over Trump - Who Could Probably Use the Help

"We similarly prayed for President Obama, but it's different with President Trump", Moore told CNN.

Johnnie Moore, a former senior vice president at Liberty University in Virginia, was also at the meeting and later told CNN that the gathering happened after a number of national faith leaders were invited to meet the President as they met with representatives from the Office of Public Liaison.

A photo of the meeting, which was shared widely on social media after several of the attendees posted it online, showed the faith leaders laying their hands on the president in prayer. The photo has sparked controversy as some feel it is a violation of the separation of church and state. Revivalist and Tampa Pastor Rodney Howard-Browne was also in attendance.

The evangelical leaders, led by Pastor Rodney Howard-Browne of Revival Ministries International, have been seen in a photograph circling the President with their hands on his back and shoulders, and their hands bent in prayer.

In other words, these are people who really do have a personal relationship with Trump and/or tend to think of him as semi-godly, or perhaps (to use James Dobson's term) a "baby Christian" who has recently been saved from a debased and selfish life, but hasn't quite figured out how to behave.

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Howard-Browne's photo of evangelical leaders praying for Trump has been shared more than 5,000 times and garnered over 1,000 comments on the preacher's Facebook page, according to The Kansas City Star.

Moore calls the irate remarks "the most vile, vicious things I've ever seen or received in my entire life", adding: "What's so ironic is that the left sees all of us as the ones who are unsafe, who are dividing America".

Trump's largest base of supporters in the 2016 election were white evangelicals, 81 percent of whom voted for him. President Trump's detractors are leaving many negative remarks and criticisms. Critics immediately turned a moment of payer for our president, into an apparent admission on guilt in recent allegations of collusion between the Trump campaign and the Russian government.

Are you in favor of President Trump receiving prayer in the White House or are you against it?

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