We are living in a world today, in my opinion, is a very dangerous world!
Why in the name of all that is holy can't we get along with each other and never look at skin color? We were all made in the image of God.
Each one of us when we bleed …
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Each one of us when we bleed it comes out red. God gave us our color, he chose it. So when you look at white or black people, remember that was not man's doing but God's.
We all need to get rid of this I am better than you syndrome. But that is a part of our human condition. Collectively, it appears as triumphalism has stained the church for many centuries. Let us humbly admit it. We are right and you are wrong complex that has caused so much alienation. We need to do away with the ghetto mentality.
Belonging to God's chosen does not mean that we are necessarily better than people who follow their own conscience.
Seek God in a different way.
When I hear someone say "black lives matter," what must the rest of us think? My opinion all lives matter, no matter the color or nationality.
Just observe what is right and do what is just. After all, none of us knows what color God is! All lives matter.
LILLI J. KALIE