Testing the Spirit In President Trump

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Brothers and sisters with eyes to see and ears to hear know we are instructed to test the spirit within a person. This is a combination of judgement and discernment fueled by intimate knowledge of Biblical scripture. If the spirit inside the person is of the Holy Spirit they will demonstrate Biblical value through their words and actions. President Trump gained support from the Christian base by campaigning as a Christian and publicly praying at events. This gave President Trump the appearance of a follower of the teaching of Christ. The thing is if you are a follower of the teachings of Christ you must apply the teachings to your life and it comes out how you speak and deal with others.



Accepting Christ causes a change to your heart and it should fill you with empathy and love for others…especially the downtrodden. Today President Trump referred to immigrants entering America from Africa and Haiti as being from “shit hole” countries. President Trump then qualified that Europeans from Norway would be better. That was not the Holy Spirit speaking through President Trump because the less fortunate were always targets of Jesus Christ during his brief time on Earth. A man filled with the Holy Spirit would have been led to care for the less fortunate countries. Furthermore, Jesus does not deny entry into His Kingdom because a person is from a “shit hole” country.


Better is a poor man who walks in his integrity than a rich man who is crooked in his ways. - Proverbs 28:6 (ESV)


President Trump also isolated Black people in Africa and Haiti as being unworthy as compared to Europeans from Norway seeking entry into America. It was also said he mentioned all Haitians have AIDS. Early in my research career I studied the World Health Organizations “Hepatitis B Vaccination Program” deployed to third world countries, in the early 1980s. They vaccinated people in Africa, Haiti, and Brazil. Five years later AIDS exploded on to these continents ending millions of lives. It was said AIDS was a retro virus and it had a five year incubation period. Prior to the AIDS virus there was a requisition submitted to congress from Department of Defense to design an “ethnic virus.”

It is alleged AIDS was spliced on to Henrietta Lack cervical cancer cells at Fort Detrick, Maryland, and then supplied to the World Health Organization. The Tuskegee Experiment, was an infamous clinical study conducted between 1932 and 1972 by the U.S. Public Health Service, where Black men were injected with syphilis. Here they were monitored until death to see the effects on the human body. This makes the “Hepatitis B Vaccination Program” not only plausible, but upgraded because it target entire countries of Black People. For President Trump to claim to be a genius knowledge of these facts would have prevented him making “shit hole” comments about these countries.

President Trump should be called President Truth because his heart is not a mystery, nor the spirit dwelling in his body. We all have a spirit dwelling in our body and the best one to have is the Holy Spirit. This is why John advised us to test the spirit. Here is the advice for for people who follow the teachings of Christ, “If your brother becomes poor and cannot maintain himself with you, you shall support him as though he were a stranger and a sojourner, and he shall live with you. – Leviticus 25:35”

As President of a super power and a self proclaimed Christian, President Trump’s Christian heart should have led him to support these countries. Especially after colonialism has raped the infrastructure and oppressed the people. These are not the comments of a sincere follower of Christ and racism is a psychological disease of people with low IQ’s. While writing this post I received a comment which stated, “Do you think El Salvador and Haiti are beautiful places to live? If that was true, they wouldn’t be seeking refuge here.” When people make comments like this it illustrates how oblivious they are to European colonialism that wreck these countries. Between the 1870s and 1900, Africa faced European imperialist aggression, diplomatic pressures, military invasions, and eventual conquest and colonization.

Even today Africa is destabilized by Europeans arming factions to keep conflict alive. That coupled with corruption and caste systems, so their own people are complicit. America is supposed to be the example of what all countries strive to be and a President calling other countries “shit holes” is irresponsible and lacks spiritual love. Anyone believing President Trump is filled with the Holy Spirit does not understand the evidence of that according to the Word. We are charged to judge righteously and President Trump is behaving without the Holy Spirit. The sooner Christians except this the sooner they will pray for change in his heart…if it is possible at all.

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Michael Erevna is a writer, inventor, solutions architect and independent researcher of: ancient civilizations, spirituality, mysticism, and Biblical teachings.

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    Matthew 24:10(KJV)
    10 And then shall many be offended, and shall betray one another, and shall hate one another.

  • Guest

    The sin of being offended
    Is it ever right for a Christian to be offended? I believe not – and I’d like to explain why.

    I believe that the degree of our ‘offense taking’ is the degree to which we remain to be converted to the gospel.

    A key word in the Gospels is skandalon, a word that is translated differently in different places, sometimes straightforwardly as scandal, sometimes as offence, sometimes as ‘stumbling-block’. Here are some examples:

    Mt 11.6 – “blessed is the one who takes no offence at me” – ie is not scandalised by Jesus
    1 Corinthians 1.23 – the stumbling block – crucial Christian concept (compare Ps 118.22 (quoted in Mk 12.10/Lk 20) Isaiah 8.12-15, 1 Peter 2 4-10)
    Mt 5.29 – if your right eye causes you to sin, literally ‘if your eye causes you to be scandalised’ pluck it out
    Mt 9.42 – whoever causes one of these little ones to be scandalised….
    Jn 16.1 – “these things I have told you so that you will not be scandalised” (go astray)
    Jn 6.53-61 – teaching about communion – “Does this offend you?” – communion shares in the scandal of the cross

    The problem with skandalon – the taking of offence – is that it is an expression of worldly values. Scandal is contagious and reproduces itself across a society, forming a major way in which a society polices its own customs. It is ‘the way of the world’, and remember: the Satan, the ‘lord of this world’ is that force which seeks to reproduce scandal, the taking of offence – for it is in the shared nature of the offence taking that social solidarity is affirmed and reinforced.

    Christianity, however, begins with the scandal of the cross. That is, in the story of Jesus we have the unmasking of this process – a scapegoat who isn’t simply a victim, but one who understands this process and who forgives those who take part in it. In other words, a victim who does not take offence. This “non-taking of offence” is central to Jesus’ entire ministry – indeed, he is regularly criticised for eating with sinners and tax collectors, and memorably criticises the religious authorities saying that the prostitutes will get to heaven before them! Through not taking offence, through not seeing religious pieties as things to be defended, Jesus changes the social dynamics and enables a non-violent reconciliation with the excluded to take place. That is the essence of the Kingdom – an unmasking of this process of scandal, scapegoating and violence, in order that a new common life, not built upon these elements, can come into being.

    We are called to follow Christ’s example. Thus, for a Christian, it is a sin to be offended. To take offence is to play the devil’s games, to enter into antagonism between the ‘righteous’ and the ‘unrighteous’, the ‘sinner’ and the ‘saved’. In letting go of any sense of offence, one is released from the mythological pressures embedded in all stories of ‘them and us’, and is set free to become the sort of person that God originally intended – living in peace and loving the neighbour.

    This I find profoundly helpful, in terms of guiding my engagement and interest in the world. We are not to seek to preserve some sort of moral purity – that runs counter to Jesus’ own
    well documented practice. Nor are we to protest at being offended. After all, if God does not take offence at the murder of his Son, how can we take offence at anything milder?

    Sam Charles Norton

  • Guest

    Pres Trump says these words were not of his … Do you have proof that he said this or do you believe in what the lefties are saying ?

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