President Trump received a warm reception on Saturday from the roughly 50,000 commencement attendees a record crowd for the university saying "In America, we don’t worship government, we worship God."
Jerry Falwell Jr said “I do not believe any president in our lifetimes has done so much that has benefited the Christian community in such a short time span as Donald Trump,” the crowd applauded in agreement.
Trump won big cheers for promising to protect their religious liberty—“as long as I am your president, no one is ever going to stop you from practicing your faith or from preaching what is in your heart,” he declared—and laughs for joking about Auburn’s intimidating football team. He called on the students to be champions for Christ, and encouraged them to maintain faith in God: As long as they have that, he said, “you will not fail.” He even made a humble crack at himself: “Here I am, standing before you as president of the United States,” he said. “I am guessing that some people here today thought that ... would really require major help from God.”
Speaking Saturday to tens of thousands of supporters at Tehran’s Azadi Stadium, his biggest campaign rally thus far, Rouhani said, “We are at the edge of a great historical decision, our nation will announce if it continues on the path of peacefulness or if it wants to choose tension.”
“We should not let Iran become isolated again,” added Rouhani, “We want constructive communication with the world.”, the May 19 vote is seen largely as a referendum on Rouhani’s outreach to the rest of the world following the country’s landmark 2015 nuclear accord with world powers.
Though he is leading in official polls, Rouhani faces a tough fight for re-election against conservative rivals who accuse him of failing to boost the struggling economy, earlier on Saturday, a leading figure of Iran’s Sunni minority endorsed the incumbent leader despite the government’s “shortcomings.”, Sunnis make up around five to 10 percent of Iran’s 80 million population, which is overwhelmingly from the Shiite sect of Islam, religious leader Molavi Abdol Hamid said “the atmosphere for Sunnis has been a little more relaxed” since Rouhani took power in 2013, and that most would support him in Friday’s election.
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The Meaning of Numbers: The Number 2
Those who ultimately refuse to repent and obey God will be put to death FOREVER by being thrown into the lake of fire, which is called the SECOND death (Revelation 21:8). This act will eternally divide those who are righteous from those who practiced evil.