“Mom didn’t just wash the dirt from our clothes that day in the laundromat. By her peaceful act of defiance, she helped wash some of the stain from that ‘Colored Only’ sign at the back of that room.”
There is increasing emphasis about the importance of “being on the right side of history.” More importantly, we need to be on the right side of God. And God is color blind, showing no partiality and loving equally people of all colors: “But the Lord said to Samuel, ‘Don’t judge by a man’s face or…Read more »
“If we wouldn’t treat Christ a certain way if He were standing before us, we shouldn’t treat anyone that way; if we would defend Christ against verbal or physical attacks that we might witness against Him were He among us, we should likewise defend others.”
Jesus has always shown great empathy for those who become overly-criminalized or who are incarcerated.
God does not look at us and see our race; He looks at us and sees the human race.