‘He’s a true prophet’: President Trump’s favorite Bible verses, ‘Bible-believing’ critics say

The president’s favorite book verse is: “The Lord God said, ‘I am going to make my covenant with thee, O Israel, to go back to thy father’s house'” and, “I am the Lord thy God, and my covenant is with thee.”

The Bible is the word of God, but critics argue that Trump’s reading of the Bible in his daily briefings is inconsistent with what the Bible teaches.

“Trump doesn’t think there is any conflict between what the scriptures say and what he says on the campaign trail,” said Rick Smith, the founder of the conservative Liberty Counsel, a Christian organization that has been critical of the president’s stances on abortion and marriage equality.

“He’s just one of those guys who believes he knows what the Scriptures say.

But it’s just not true.”

Smith added: “He just does not know that his interpretation of the scriptures is wrong.

He does not see the conflict.”

President Donald Trump said during an Aug. 31 campaign event that “the Bible says, ‘go back to your father’s home.'”

(Reuters) The Trump administration also disputes the president is interpreting the Bible correctly.

White House Press Secretary Lindsay Walters said in a statement that Trump believes that “he knows the Bible and its meaning” and that he is the only one who can interpret the Bible.

The president does not believe that the Bible can be changed by the courts.

The White House has repeatedly said that he will not use the Bible to change any laws.

In his daily briefing on Wednesday, Trump also made reference to the Bible as a “Christian bible.”

The president also said that “I have no doubt that we’re going to get the same answer from God” on climate change.

The president’s position on abortion is controversial.

He has previously suggested that women should be punished for abortions, but the Supreme Court has ruled that such a punishment is unconstitutional.

The U.S. has banned abortions after 20 weeks, but abortion services remain legal in the United States.