There are no words to properly explain, or bring comfort to, what has transpired recently here in America and around the world. There are no words to bring back those officers who were innocently murdered in the streets of Dallas or those persons who were shot and killed by the police.
The sadness of racism, to those who would see the color of someone’s skin as a way to think less of them or more of them; the fearmongering that goes on with the media — there are no words!
As Christians, we must realize God created all of us. We may all be different shades, but we all possess a soul (spirit) given to us by the creator of all things — the Father of our Lord Jesus. That’s what makes us human. To judge people by the color of their skin goes against God and His word.
For those of us who believe we can be different — be examples to a lost world — we can make a difference in the world. There are no words that can make better what people have to deal with because of the color of their skin. We should judge people by their character.
There are no words to properly express my sadness over these recent events. I can only work to better understand. To label all of a group for a few individuals is wrong. What I really know is that this earth is as close to hell as I want to get.
I’m going to live by the word of God and work to reach and bless His greatest creation — people! I hope you will do the same.
Just a thought,
Published on Monday, July 18, 2016 @ 11:31 AM MDT
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