Pray for Me. And While You’re Doing it, I Will be Playing Golf

Franklin Graham has called evangelicals to take some today to pray for Donald Trump against the demonic powers who oppose him.  Daniel Blake covered this pretty well at CNN.  I also tweeted about it.

If Trump’s recent tweets and retweets are any indication, he seems to love the fact that so many evangelicals are praying for him today:

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Well, today is the day of prayer for Trump.  The POTUS is probably in church today joining the evangelical faithful in prayer.  After all, as he described in one of the tweets above, we need to “all stick together and win.” Right?

Wrong.

As Nathan Francis reports at Inquisitr, Trump is golfing today:

Pastor Franklin Graham had put out a public call for pastors across the country to devote Sunday morning to pray for Donald Trump — but the president will need to get a report of how it went.

Trump appeared to skip church on June 2 for his preferred Sunday morning ritual of hitting the golf course. White House pool reports noted that Trump arrived at the Trump National Golf Course in Sterling, Virginia, at 9:35 a.m. As HuffPost White House reporter S.V. Date noted on Twitter, Trump’s trip to the links came during the nationwide effort to pray for his presidency, and the timing of his trip would rule out any morning trip to services at the president’s preferred place of worship, St. John’s Church, in Washington, D.C.

Read the entire piece here.

7 thoughts on “Pray for Me. And While You’re Doing it, I Will be Playing Golf

  1. Jeff,
    Maybe he submitted the 0740 tweet en route to St. John’s. It’s doubtful but possible. A quick Rite II service would have allowed him to head out subsequently for the first tee with time to spare. 🏌️‍♂️

    James

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  2. Jeff,

    Good detective work on your part! I don’t have Twitter. Furthermore, you are correct about his voracious appetite for work. His job seems to constitute a large part of his relaxation if that is possible.

    James

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  3. I looked at his twitter posts. Looks like he was either not in church at 7:40am or was posting a bunch of stuff about walls, coyotes, no collusion etc from USA Pew 1.
    In other words a typical morning in the daily grind of The Hardest Working Presidency.
    Amen.

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  4. The “court” Evangelicals seem to want their Calvinist Puritan Islamic State province back and they seem to think Trump or Pence is their latter day Oliver Cromwell al-Baghdadi.

    P.S. I understand and sympathesize with your senitiments surrounding the term “court” Evangelical Dr. Fea, but as someone distantly related to the Hannover and Prussian royal families, I feel it to be an insult, even the Napoleonic French court, and this coming from someone who abjectly despises Napoleon.

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