Donald Trump’s inauguration is shaping up to be very special. And Christians everywhere will certainly applaud the latest announcement from the inauguration committee.
According to the latest statement of the Commission for inauguration in the audience will be many Christians.
Franklin Graham will be one of six religious figures who will speak at the inauguration of Trump.
Cardinal Timothy Dolan will launch ceremony with readings and references by Pastor Paula White and Rev. Samuel Rodriguez of the National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference.
Graham is credited with helping Trump to win over some skeptics at the outset of his campaign.
Speaking recently Grimm said:
“I do not have any scientific information, I have a stack of messages to read to you. But I have an opinion. I believe it is God. God showed up. He answers the prayers of hundreds of thousands of people across this country who had been praying for this country. ”
God came through the will of the American people and Trump was easily elected.
“Since the first inauguration ceremony, our leaders have paid tribute to the blessings of liberty that are bestowed upon our country and its people,” said Tom Barak, President of the Presidential Inaugural Committee said.
“I am very pleased to announce that a diverse group of faith leaders will offer readings and prayers at the swearing-elect Trump and honor the vital role faith plays in our multicultural, vibrant nation.”
The first rabbi in the last 30 years will be invited to the inauguration’s Rabbi Marvin Hier. He heads the Simon Wiesenthal Center. It is worth to mention summoned the Bishop of Detroit black church, Wayne T. Jackson. His church is visited of Donald Trump this fall on the campaign circuit of the religious leaders.