This is a wonderful entry regarding division… it is absolutely beautifully stated. Please take a few minutes and give it a read. If one is aware of history, it seems we are headed for the 1960’s all over again, and my heart grieves. What I love about these words from Preacher Carter, is the message of love, hope and unity for Christians… ‘you shall know them by their fruit’ is very important in these days, and when we see the hatred and division, we cannot allow our ‘hearts to wax cold’, but rather reach out even stronger for unity in the church with our message focused on Christ Jesus at all times. What I fear the most, is where the ‘not fully black’ or ‘not fully white’ people will be placed… my family is one of mixed races, so, I have nieces and nephews who are not one or the other. Where do they fit in, in this new america that is being formed? Will these precious children grow up into a world where they must choose a side? It angers me to think about it… that the people I love will have to fight just to exist. Again, thank you PC, for the uniting words of love. May God’s Will be done in earth, as it is in heaven, in Christ Jesus our Lord, AMEN.
The past few years in this country have caused me to wonder if I still live in the United States of America. It appears that there is division on every hand. Everyone seems to be angry with everyone else and all for false reasons. This is rather disconcerting because President Obama was lifted as some sort of messiah who would heal all. He would be the one to bind those that were pulled apart by reason of scandalous racial issues because he would be the post-racial president. Unfortunately the racial divide has only broadened since Mr. Obama has taken office.
Blacks have been pitted against the Whites while Hispanics abhor Asians. Jews are against Gentiles and the Polish disdain the Italians. Further divides are evident as in the phony war against women. As such females have been pitted against males. The young are angry with the old. The…
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