EDIT (SOLVED): HOORAY IT WORKED, thanks to @sdayman!!! Two minutes later and the DNS propagated. I can’t thank you enough for the time you spent on this. This was driving me crazy. My website now shows up, I now have the green padlock marked as secure, and the Let’s Encrypt certificate is present. Would the proper thing to do now be to set “Always use HTTPS” to on? I read where it is better to catch this at Cloudflare rather than later in the .htaccess file? I still will also go through my site to make sure http isn’t present anywhere as well, then fix Google Analytics, fix Google Webmaster tools, etc., etc., etc.
EDIT: SOLUTION: I changed www.roadramblersmc.com to look like roadramblersmc.com (1800 IN A 126.96.36.199) using the zone editor per what @sdayman stated in the previous post. In the Cloudflare cpanel app they were already turned on (It is now an ON/OFF switch that turns GREEN when turned ON). Now I just have to wait a while for the new DNS entry to propagate.
Those cloud pictures used to be in the very old version of the cloudflare app in cpanel when I first set up cloudflare like 3 years ago. With regards to DNS entries in the cloudflare app, all that is available now in version 7.0.0 is the capability to turn DNS entries on or off, not to make any changes (I imagine that is the equivalent of the colored clouds). The listings I gave you in my previous post are from the Zone Editor app in cpanel, not the cloudflare app.
So, in the cloudflare app under “Domains” there are slider buttons for the items to use for cloudflare. The ones that are turned on (The title “Use Cloudflare”) are:
with a TTL of 1
with a TTl of 1
All the other listings there are for cpanel, ftp, mail, etc.