As a pastor, my motivation has always been biblical. His policies line up best with the principles I find in Scripture. These include, for example, support for the sanctity of human life and defense of religious liberty. My fidelity to the teachings of the Bible led to my continued support for the Trump administration’s policy agenda, and in the process, I have also developed a personal friendship with the president over the last five years that I value. It was also my unwavering commitment to the teachings of Scripture that compelled me to condemn the violence and riots that broke out during Black Lives Matter protests last summer. The same commitment to the teachings of Christ found in Scripture informs my sentiments today about what we witnessed at the Capitol on Wednesday. https://www.foxnews.com/opinion/capitol-riots-heal-divided-nation-robert-jeffress The pastor and the President are right. It is now time for reconciliation and healing. It is a valid reason to support the President on biblical grounds. It is right to oppose what happened Wednesday and all summer long mob violence by anyone every time as that is biblical as well. If we can’t be civil and promote unity as we should the next 10 days or so, why would we do it the next four years ? The time for civility, dialogue, and reconciliation is now or it will be never.