For over two decades American presidents have talked the good talk
on Israel. But when itâ€™s come to taking action, theyâ€™ve hesitated and
kicked the can down the road instead of standing with our ally and
recognizing its right to call Jerusalem its capital. Today, President
Donald Trump did what his predecessors didnâ€™t have the courage to do:
recognize Jerusalem as Israelâ€™s capital city. In so doing he set two
great examples for us â€” how to make good on promises and how to treat
There is no brighter beacon of democracy in the Middle East than
Israel, and President Trumpâ€™s announcement of Jerusalem as its capital
reinforces â€” for the whole world to see â€” the truth that it has a
right to exist.
When My Faith Votes asked you to make your voice heard, thousands
of you responded using our one-step tool to send messages to the
President asking him to move the U.S. embassy to Jerusalem. You took a
stand, and it made a difference. The President announced that the
embassy will be moved, though the move will be delayed because of
logistical and security issues, as well as the need to find the best
Christians in America should be proud that one of our closest
allies, also the ancient homeland of our Judeo-Christian faith, exudes
tolerance, steadiness, and strength in a region too often marked by
all the reliability of deserts full of shifting sand.
United. We Stand.
Honorary National Chairman
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