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Donald’s Bible – Dr. Clarence Sexton

May 3, 2020 UPDATE TO THIS STORY: https://loveforhispeople.com/2020/05/03/president-trumps-bible-the-true-story-so-i-publish-it/

April 20, 2020 6:00 pm ET

LOVE FOR HIS PEOPLE SPECIAL NOTE in regards to the video that was posted here.

We have received a call from the church, where the video message was originally delivered by Dr. Clarence Sexton, and then put into another video by an unrelated, but well-meaning party from another state, to remove the finished video we had posted here. It had gone viral! As it should have!

The left has been severely back lashing the church and the leaders. Speaking forth lies, of course.

We are glad and encouraged that so many though were able to see the video in the last 24 hours. Again, the church told us that they have been getting much opposition from the left in regards to the video that was being shown here on our website too.

We had joined along with many believing Americans who shared the incredible video speaking of the Bible that President Donald Trump has in his White House office, given to him by his mother, from the Scotland revival.

Many of us want to see the Lord again have His way in this country. Sadly, there are just as many who are opposed to a strong, faith-in-God country, and are just as determined to destroy the biblical foundations America was founded on.

We will not back down, but with respect to the request by the church, we have removed the video.

But do know that the truth found in the Bible is the way of life we still choose to abide in, walk in, and share with our family and friends.

Steve Martin, Founder/President Love For His People ministry in Charlotte, NC USA

April 19, 2020

Peter Gration – Watch ALL the way through, the twist is near the end. This is SOOOO relevant for today that I had to share it even though it is not my original footage. ENJOY Dr. Clarence Sexton shares the incredible story of the Hebrides Revival and how a special Bible made it’s way to the White House!

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Steve Martin

STEVE & LAURIE MARTIN - LOVE FOR HIS PEOPLE FOUNDERS My good wife Laurie and I, through the ministry of Love For His People we founded in 2010, give love and support for our friends in Israel and in other nations with friendship, humanitarian aid and social media support, Steve's NOW THINK ON THIS messages, and our Ahava Adventures annual trips to Israel. Steve has also authored and published 26 books. We live in the Charlotte, NC area, along with four adult children, spouses, and eight grandkids.

19 thoughts on “Donald’s Bible – Dr. Clarence Sexton

  • April 19, 2020 at 8:46 pm
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    I would love for this to be true but do not believe this story is factual. Some obvious untruths as far as dates go, easy to google timeline for starters. Also, easy to follow family tree. Just a suggestion.

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  • April 21, 2020 at 5:04 am
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    This message needs to be read and heard by “who so ever will” and yes I know of the lefts hatred of truth, but what about the rights of a Christian to post “truth” (they are of less value than the godless left) or is that what I am supposed to believe. Maybe this is just a fb ploy to quiet Christians?

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  • April 22, 2020 at 1:44 pm
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    I do believe this is a moment in time for God’s people to come together in unity once more and pray for revival for Him to change us as a country to bring us to a place of repentance again this video gripped my heart I could feel the anointing of the Holy Spirit,I’m in agreement with Almighty God to pray in Jesus name to revive us once more before His coming.

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  • April 22, 2020 at 5:30 pm
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    Donald’s Bible video has been removed entirely from youtube……why?

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    • April 22, 2020 at 10:42 pm
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      The Democratic Left were extensively harassing the church and pastor, saying it was “politically” promoting Trump. To stop this, for me they (church on TN) called and asked me to take it down. Steve Martin

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      • April 24, 2020 at 2:30 pm
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        I dont understand. This just means the church is bending the knee. We are called to be the light in the darkness. Whom shall I fear? Im not scared of persecution and Jesus told us not to be.

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  • April 23, 2020 at 1:28 am
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    I found the same….the facts sadly do not line up. President Trump even states the Bible that came from his mother is now in the Museum of the Bible. The Museum states the Bible originated in the US and not in the Hebrides.

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    • April 24, 2020 at 2:27 pm
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      This was recorded in 2017. Before Donald lent the Bible to the museum. Additionally, the Museum does not state that the Bible originated from the US. It says that it was given to Donald by his mother, in the US.

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  • April 24, 2020 at 8:38 pm
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    Might it be possible to use a different video platform next time? At least one that is less likely to censor Christians?

    And if it’s impossible to now have churches proclaiming truth publicly, can we just find some average anonymous people to do it in videos? I mean, people who won’t get punished by the IRS and lose their tax exempt status?

    Otherwise…maybe we are just done for…maybe we should just go inside our church buildings and make sure that nothing ever said inside, gets stated elsewhere?

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    • April 25, 2020 at 9:35 am
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      Thanks Bob. Agree. Also, Trump did away with the gag on churches and ministry to speak on politics, which Johnson put in place in the 1960s. SO the IRS cannot remove 501(c)3 tax status. But yes, social media giants are blocking our voice. Steve Martin

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    • April 25, 2020 at 9:36 am
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      I have also started using XAPit. Established by The Elijah List. For conservatives and Christians.

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      • May 5, 2020 at 12:37 pm
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        Have you heard of BitChute? It’s another video streaming website.
        (:

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  • April 25, 2020 at 2:41 pm
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    Just a note to say I truly enjoyed, was blessed by the article on Donald’s Bible. Dr. Sexton is so powerful in his presentation. Whether or not accuracy of detail in the story is factual, my blessing came from the details of God’s Glory in the revival and the Grace bestowed upon the families. The left will pay their price one day for trying to diminish God and His powerful message of truth. I pray their soul salvation before it is too late for them. Thank you for sharing, so many including myself could read, and be blessed!

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  • April 26, 2020 at 10:46 pm
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    Was so disappointed to see that video was taken down at the request of the church, as the credits clearly stated the clip was used by permission and the pastor had been recommending that people share it as much as possible. It was on its way to going mega-viral. It is a remarkably well done and powerful video, anyone who hasn’t seen it can still find in online with a little diligence, include Hebrides Revival in your search. The Left can harass all they want, the truth has no political agenda and the Lord Jesus Christ will be victorious in the end, so there is that! Pray for revival, now more than ever!

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  • April 29, 2020 at 9:52 am
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    Good morning from Scotland. Your readers may be interested to know that the video regarding the link between the President’s bible and the revival on the Isle of Lewis is wholly inaccurate.

    Please note the article below by leading Scottish revival historian, Tom Lennie.

    Warmest regards,

    The MYTH of Trump’s Bible
    A 5-min video-clip, ‘Donald’s Bible’ has gone viral in recent weeks, creating great excitement. It began as a popular story in 2017, and relates to a religious revival on the Scottish island of Lewis some 70 years ago, from 1949-52. The story centered on the remarkable discovery that two elderly sisters involved in that revival were in fact the great-aunts of no less than the 45th President of the United States of America, Mr. Donald Trump himself. Additional details soon got added to the narrative – paving the way for the current video.

    It’s an intriguing story for sure. And at first glance it seems quite possible. It’s no secret that Trump’s mother, Mary Anne Smith Macleod, hailed from Lewis. Her own mother’s maiden name was indeed Smith – she lived from 1867 till 1963. This would have been roughly contemporaneous with the lives of Christine and Peggy Smith, who are famed in revival folklore for their lives of faith and intercession.
    But sadly the story’s not true. In fact it’s riddled with problems. There are hundreds of Smiths in the Western Isles, and the names Christine and Peggy Smith do not match with Trump’s relatives. Further, Lewis is a relatively small, well-connected island where people know genealogy well, and we are dealing with just two generations. People on Lewis insist that Mary Anne is not directly related to the Smith siblings. (Also, Mary Anne Macleod came from the east Lewis village of Tong, just north of Stornoway; the Smith sisters lived in Barvas, on the west side of the island).

    The teenage boy that the video claims the Rev Duncan Campbell became dependent upon during the revival was Donald MacPhail from Arnol. He is incorrectly referred to in the video as Donald Smith. There is no evidence to suggest that Donald MacPhail was a cousin of Mary Anne. In any case, MacPhail’s life of faith and intercession could not have inspired Trump’s mother to name her son after him; the Lewis revival began in 1949 and MacPhail became a Christian the following spring, in May 1950. Donald Trump, however, was born in 1946 – did he live without a forename for the first four years of his life?
    Further, Trump’s own uncle was called Donald; so was his maternal great grandfather. There was no need for Mary Anne to look to some religious revival on the other side of the world for someone to name her son after. In fact, Mary Anne left Lewis in 1930 (not 1936 as the video claims), before Donald MacPhail was even born. That means she also emigrated long before the 1949-52 revival ever broke out on the island. Although she returned to her native Lewis in later years, it is quite possible she never knew that a spiritual revival occurred on Lewis in those years (one of a whole string of revivals to grace the island in the twentieth century). Besides, there were countless other Donalds on Lewis – what select source is privy to her naming her son after one particular Donald over another?

    Even if Christine and Peggy Smith were Mary Anne’s aunts, no one has provided a reason for them choosing to donate their Gaelic bible to Mary Anne rather than one of their many other nieces and nephews (Mary was one of ten children). Besides, their bible would probably have been the last thing the godly sisters would have parted with. Well-worn after a lifetime of use, and full of hand-written notes and markings as it probably was, it would almost certainly have been their most prized possession. Rather than post a heavy bible to their niece in the States in any case (they were poor), it would have been more convenient to send a postal order so she could buy a new one.

    And that leads to another problem. Mary Anne did give her son a bible when he was young. Rather than being in Gaelic (a language unfamiliar to Donald), it was an English translation; and it was a Revised Standard Version. The RSV was first published only in 1952, by which time the Lewis revival was already coming to a close. Trump’s bible was presented to him at First Presbyterian Church in the Queen’s district of New York in 1955, when nine-year-old Donald graduated from Sunday school there. (Indeed, he swore in on this bible when inaugurated as President in 2017). Trump proudly refers to this as the bible his mother gave him – he has made mention of no other.

    Everybody likes a good story, and ‘Donald’s Bible’ is one that many have found inspiring. But in a faith-system that centres on truth, myths need to be exploded (though some may prefer to carry on believing the lie). The 45th President of the United States of America keeps no ‘Hebrides Revival Bible’ in the Oval Office. On the contrary, as with his mother, it’s doubtful Donald Trump has even heard of the Lewis revival, let alone of his would-be great aunts. The entire story, sadly, is a mammoth fabrication.

    Tom Lennie

    http://www.truerevival.net

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