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The Republican candidates in the presidential race have made clear their fear of God, and their concern about it, and it’s not a new concern.
But what it’s been missing is a way to express it in a way that is not partisan, not partisan.
The 2016 GOP presidential candidates have made that explicit in some way, but the question is, when?
What do they need to do to get to the point of saying, we need to start saying, you know, we’re not afraid of God?
The answer to that is that they haven’t done much yet.
The first candidate to address it was Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.).
But it’s a topic that has been a bit more controversial than that.
Rubio, for instance, has made it clear he doesn’t believe in God.
But he has said that God is on the side of good, that the Bible is the inspired word of God.
And that is something that has a long and important history in the Christian tradition.
I think it’s important that we recognize that the history of this is rooted in the religious faith, and we need people to make that argument for the Christian faith.
So I’m not suggesting that we should go out and just say, ‘Oh, God hates me.
God hates us.’
But we need a Christian, a Christian who’s not afraid to say it, that’s not scared to say that God doesn’t love us, but that he does.
And so I think we need those who will articulate that, and that is the reason that, even as I’m sitting here with some of my Republican colleagues, I can tell you that there are some of them who are going to come up with some ideas that will actually be helpful.
But I don’t know if there are a lot of people who are willing to do that.
So when they say they’re afraid of god, what does that mean?
Well, I think there’s two things that they’re saying, that they have some fear, and they’re worried about the fear that God might send their country into the worst of times.
And then there’s a third one, and I’m going to get into that in a minute.
But let me just say this, that I’m convinced that the United States of America is not going to be in the grip of the worst times, because we are a country that’s always been a nation of miracles.
We are the land of hope, the land where we have had people like the Apostle Paul, and the Prophet Joseph Smith, and countless other people who have been saved.
So I think when we say we’re afraid, we have to be very, very careful about saying that we’re really afraid.
I have a lot more faith in the power of God than I do in any politician.
And what does it mean for me?
Well my first job as president is to get people to feel confident enough in their faith that they want to join it.
And as president, I’m looking to do things that will make that happen.
So it means that I have to speak out against the kind of fear that some people are feeling.
And I’m sure there are people who don’t want to talk, because they’re scared.
I want them to be frightened.
But there are so many other people, who have lost loved ones, who are still afraid, who know that they are in a place where they are not.
And they want people to know that.
And this is what I am trying to do.
So you’re not going after people who believe in the god of the Bible, are you?
I’m just going to make it clear to people who maybe have a fear of that, you’re going to have to talk to me about what we’re going do about it.