ACTS 13. Political promises do not indicate political behaviour. This is the case with most politicians, except Trump. The “big beautiful wall” he promised…. is going to be built. The President personally inspected them today at San Diego California.
The President is keeping his promise as he inspected wall prototypes in San Diego and spoke with people on the ground. “Without a wall, we won’t have a country,” the President told news reporters. He asked a police officer who had been patrolling the borders since 1995 how effective was the current fence. Even though the fence had been battered with holes which needed to be patched, the officer responded, “95% effective”. With many prototypes to select from, Donald Trump, a former developer and builder, indicated his preference for a wall that featured “see through” to help officers know what is on the other side.
Is the wall a Christian thing to build? Trump haters and wall skeptics will say no. Some of them hate the wall while they pledge allegiance to the Pontiff who lives behind the biggest wall on the continent of Europe. (No, this does not make me anti-Catholic to say this. It means I have visited the Vatican City and been through security.) Walls keep the elites safe, why not the American people?
Others hate the wall and claim God wouldn’t build one. Every city in the Bible had a wall and John said he saw heavenly Jerusalem “had a wall great and high, and had twelve gates” Revelation 21:12. Lest someone think it’s allegorical (liberal theologians always do), God had John clarify, “Then he measured the walls and found them to be 216 feet thick”. That’s the mother of all walls!
Combine this with the potential de-nuclearization of the Korean peninsula, Trump is a juggernaut of unparalleled productivity. Objective fair-minded people around the world are beginning to see the United States as a towering beacon of light again.