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Esau and Trump are two Profane People

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Hello, everyone, this is the Grover Weaver Ministries Online Sunday School Class. Our biblical text is the division that started within the womb of Rebekah and the aftermath of that troublesome pregnancy, covered in Genesis 25:19-34, welcome to the class the Esau and Jacob’s story is one of God loving one and hating the other before both were born giving credence to the doctrine of the election of grace which is not of works but of him who calleth. I see less of Trump in King David then do evangelicals and more of Trump in Esau for both are profane and void of empathy in the service of God in which they were called.

Thank God it’s Saturday, November 3, 2018, in Trump’s America, early voting is over for the November 6, 2018 Midterms. I’ve voted. I voted Blue. It’s true, Progressive people throughout the Republic are voting Blue, to get from under this oppressive Trump presidency; if you have not voted please go vote Tuesday, November 6, 2018, it’s your last opportunity to do so. Then, come Wednesday morning we will sing and shout the victory that God has given ‘’My Country ‘Tis of Thee’’

The word of God

Genesis 25:19-34 the reading is from the English Standard Version (ESV)

The Birth of Esau and Jacob...

I equated Trump with Esau because he fails to comprehend the priestly role of his office to counter the political violence and unrest in America. We The People need a priest/consoler in chief to comfort the families of the dead in the synagogue shootings, the Kentucky Kroger killings and bind the discords of disunity from sea to shining sea; but, the man that sits behind the Resolute Desk in the Oval Office at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave has nothing to give but his self-pity that he is being treated unfairly.  

Thanks for listening and have a blessed day in the Lord, everyone...

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