Are you willing to have yourself or a loved one killed, just because you look like someone who did hurt another?

That is what we are feeding in to.

Once we decide it is okay to hurt others, it takes hardly anything to seem like an excuse.

There is only one answer.

We need to learn to be a human race.

And we need to be allowed to speak up for ourselves and each other.

Specifically, we need to learn to see Christ in everyone.

All I mean by that is to see others as a Child of God, regardless of any characteristic.

Instead, we kick God out of the equation, and think we can fix something.

That will never happen because we are of Him, each and every one.

We cannot define our enemies by our looks.

The enemy is one place and that is inside each of our hearts as we believe that God could, or would, separate from His Son.

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I have freckles from an Irish ancestor but that does not take away the suffering I have experienced as a person of Native American descent.

I have no home accept in Christ and, truly, neither do you, because that is who you are, regardless of your current costume.

Atonement, His (Christ’s) Story, Three Temptations: Addiction, Power-Hunger, and Depression, “Seeing” Truth in the “Unseen”, Living Above the Chaos C U there :)

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