INAUGURATION DAY” — A Bad Lip Reading of Donald Trump’s Inauguration

The world may be full of evil and spiralling toward the Day of the Lord, but it’s good to be able to laugh sometimes. I hope you enjoy this as much as I did. 




10 thoughts on “INAUGURATION DAY” — A Bad Lip Reading of Donald Trump’s Inauguration

  1. Not a bad lip reading, but a bad choice of post for your blog site. Pray for our new president; pray for our nation; pray for world peace; be the salt of the earth and light of the world, Brother. Shalom!

    1. Shofar,
      I almost didn’t post this video because it has nothing to do with the subjects of importance that I usually try to cover; but, I went with it because I do think it’s funny and I thought there might be a few others out there that would get a laugh out of it. Is it silly? Yes. Is it disrespectful to our leaders? Maybe. Are our leaders deserving of my respect? No. I do not, and will not have reverence for our Luciferian leaders. This is the one time I’ve actually found something funny about them. I’ve been full of disdain and disgust for our system every since I woke up to the new world order. As far as praying for our president and government, I always do. I pray that each and every one of them would repent and find Jesus as Lord before it’s too late. I pray that our nation would repent. And I pray for world peace that ONLY will come when Jesus returns. Everything else would be praying amiss. And as far as the brotherly scolding to be salt and light? Wow. Have I not labored for our Father? Do I not call people to repentance? Do I not sound the trumpet? This is the reason I avoid the comments section on most sites. Everyone has a better idea, and everyone has more discernment, and everyone is careful to admonish in a brotherly way. Sorry, my friend, I was just being real for a moment and sharing a laugh. If it’s not funny to some, I am sorry. The days are darkening and I am weary. If you or anyone else out there has something to say or share that may be better addressed in a less public manner please feel free to email me:

      1. Very good, Brother! You had your say and I had mine. We are all uniquely made by our Father God. My husband, Drgold, thinks I have no sense of humor and sometimes has to explain jokes to me! Love you in the Lord anyways!

  2. When John the Baptist’s disciples relayed John’s concerns to Jesus, our Lord said, “Blessed is he who is not offended by Me.” Amazing as it is, this means John WAS offended by Christ, and did not need to be.

    Be encouraged in knowing the new true self one with God in Christ, dear brother.

    The Lord has taught me that our new true self in Christ does NOT take offense; only our old Adam feels offended and reacts in self-defense. Look through the gospels and observe that our Lord was never offended, and never defended Himself; He knew who God had made and anointed Him to be. He let God speak and act through Him.

    Praise God, the same Spirit is in us! Like Jesus, we must be receptive to the discipline of the Holy Spirit (please review Heb. 2:10-11,17-18; 5:7-10; 12:5-13 for a big blessing) 😊

    Recall Paul realized what his old Adam regarded as a “thorn” and “a messenger of Satan” was actually sent by the Lord to break down Paul’s old Adam in order that Paul’s new true self, one with God in Christ, would be released! “That is why, for Christ’s sake, I delight in weaknesses, in insults, in hardships, in persecutions, in difficulties. For when I [the old Adam] am weak, then I [the true self in Christ] am strong.”

    Brother, Shofar was obedient to the Lord in expressing what he did here. The fact that you reacted in offense reveals you were reacting from your old (already crucified! 😊) self, and balked at the loving words our Lord was encouraging & disciplining you with via Shofar. Let us praise God for using such servants to grow us in the knowledge of who we really are in Christ.

    Love you, brother. Praying you receive this in the love with which it is written, and that you contact Shofar and thank him.

    1. Now that is over the top. I’m done folks! You make my point for me. I’m going to resist the urge to delete these comments and leave them here for people to read for themselves. I mean no harm to anyone and I’m definitely trying not to respond defensively, but I’m not going to keep playing games in the comment section with you folks. Don’t drop by and take scripture out of context to loving hit me over the head while telling me I’m wrong for reacting defensively. Again, I have email. Everything that’s put in the comments is public and I hardly think these types of exchanges are beneficial to the body of Christ. There’s too much condescension in your comments no matter how many emojis you insert. As for thanking Shofar, the only thank you I have is a thanks for stopping by and good luck to you. It amazes me how much grief a guy can get from one post. I meant what I told Shofar and I’ll tell you the same. The hour’s late and I’m tired. Too tired for things like this.

      1. Hello again, dear brother. I apologize for the caps, but I’m unable to underline of italicize herein.

        Here is a word of the Lord reminding us how to obtain the victory over the devil seeking to devour from WITHIN US (which is why Peter exhorts us to be self-controlled in 1 Pet. 4:8-9).

        The word is from the glorious passage you know so well in Romans, yet we ALL need to truly apprehend with the Spirit of wisdom and revelation.

        “We were therefore buried with him through baptism into death IN ORDER THAT, just as Christ was raised from the dead through the glory of the Father, WE MAY LIVE A NEW LIFE… COUNT YOURSELVES DEAD TO SIN BUT ALIVE TO GOD IN CHRIST JESUS. DO NOT LET SIN REIGN IN YOUR MORTAL BODY SO THAT YOU OBEY ITS EVIL DESIRES.” (Ro. 6:4,11-12) “…if you live according to the sinful nature, you will die; but IF BY THE SPIRIT YOU PUT TO DEATH THE MISDEEDS OF THE BODY, YOU WILL LIVE, because those who are LED by the Spirit of God are sons of God… Now if we are children, then we are heirs – heirs of God and co-heirs with Christ, IF INDEED WE SHARE IN HIS SUFFERINGS IN ORDER THAT WE MAY ALSO SHARE IN HIS GLORY.” (Ro. 8:13-14,17). [sufferings are denying the old Adam and receiving the discipline of the Holy Spirit – submitting to God, as covered in the Hebrews’ Scriptures]

        Praising God with you for loving us so 😊, your sister deanna

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