1 Corinthians 11:15 But if a woman have long hair, it is a glory to her: for her hair is given her for a covering.
Melania has been outed as being a Roman Catholic. Although many are praising this news, Bible-believing Christians are disappointed. We knew that President Trump was a Protestant Christian and we were all very happy to see Melania not wearing a veil in Saudi Arabia. She was praised among Christians and Americans for not submitting to Islam. She did a wonderful job at representing the USA. It is also one of the reasons why many people praised Le Pen. This is a strong show that women will not submit to Islam and its oppression of women.
I admire and still like our First Lady, Melania Trump, but wearing a veil at the Vatican is not representing the Christians who are not part of the Roman Catholic or Orthodox churches. These churches are building of false Christianity where they are trying to earn their way to heaven and have become pagan compromise centers where they bow before idols, praying the majority of prayers to Mary counting them on beads (rosaries), and putting a wafer in a gold sun sculpture believing it is literally Jesus. Wearing a veil shows the ignorance of what the Bible says and puts importance on Church traditions of man. She gave us a hint that she might not be Protestant when she used a printed paper to read out the ‘Lord’s Prayer’ at a Trump rally this last February in Florida. Christians usually have that prayer memorized but maybe she was nervous and doesn’t usually say it in English. I am glad she did it and it was really nice to see that. She deserves praise and honor for that.
It is also disappointing to see President Donald J. Trump use the title of Holy See to refer to the Jesuit, Jorge Bergoglio, aka the pope of the Roman Catholic church, namely pope Francis. Other blasphemous titles such as Holy Father and His Holiness are blasphemous and should only be the titles of God and not a man. To Bible-believing born again Christians who follow Christ and not a man, this is extremely wrong language that the Lord tells us to avoid.
Matthew 23:9 And call no man your father upon the earth: for one is your Father, which is in heaven.
Please note that Roman Catholics have been practicing the excuses to make for their sins in apologetics for centuries and often say, “Don’t you call your own father the name, Father?” Jesus was instructing us to avoid calling spiritual leaders this title. In context, it is clear not to call the pope, Holy Father. The word “pope” means “father” (coming from the Greek word “pappas”) and I will avoid giving it a capital letter.