'Trump Aftershock' author Stephen Strang says we're in the midst of a cultural revolution, and it's no secret traditional moral values are taking a beating.
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Despite his sins and failures along with his flawed personality, Donald Trump has worked tirelessly amidst a tsunami of unbelievable demonic opposition to bring respect back to our nation and, yes, make America great again.
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In "Trump Aftershock," Strang positions Trump as the president who will re-center the nation on its original values, such as religious freedom.
"God help us if you and I fail to fulfill our moral responsibility."
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And this is in addition to exposing the ruptures in our nation's political and ideological fault lines.
Prophetic words from friends of mine saying that God had raised up Trump like a Cyrus-type figure (a foreign king who was not a worshipper of Yahweh) had me asking the whole time, "Am I wrong here?"
"Ohio is truly the greatest friend to Israel in the United States, no doubt about it. Ohio is an emerging force in support of Israel's future."
"The propitious smiles of Heaven can never be expected on a nation that disregards the external rules of order and right, which Heaven itself has ordained."
"Nikki, you will be missed at the U.N., but I pray your voice will still be heard."