On A Busy Inauguration Day,Trump And His Family Still Attended A Church Service In St. John’s

First Baptist of Dallas, Robert Jeffress, preached at a private service before President-elect Donald Trump’s inauguration Friday.

Jeffress spoke at the service for Trump and his family, held at St. John’s Episcopal Church near the White House.

About 300 people, including Vice President-elect Mike Pence, are expected to attend.
Jeffress later confirmed the report and noted the title of his sermon in a tweet: “When God Chooses a Leader.”

President-elect Donald Trump’s first public appearance of his packed Inauguration Day was attending the traditional church services at St. John’s church.
Something that was never done by any other president in our rich history!

President Trump really wants God’s blessings and guide on his life.

Even though he was supremely busy on inauguration day, he and his family still attended a church service in St. John’s, a small church near the White House.

During his speech at D.C., Trump quoted this Bible verse:

Psalm 133:1 Behold, how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity!

Something that was also done for the first time in our history!

Share this article if you are glad that we finally have a devoted Christian in The White House

Alex D.

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