The Message Behind The Tees

Hey Y'all I prayed that you celebrated love this pass Monday with expressing it the right way which is the godly way. And remember its not just for a day but everyday. We let others know that they are love now while they can experience that feeling rather trying to show them after they are gone. Just a little nugget there...okay moving on... History has given us a month to reflect and appreciate the black culture... those that helped to abolish slavery, those that led slaves to freedom, and then the inventors, the famous celebrities who made a way for other blacks to enjoy regular life of acting in high end movies and singers to perform on certain platforms. Many feel that the problem in today's society is racism, white versus blacks, blacks versus whites, latinos versus asians and so forth. It seems like a never ending war, although it has quiet down a little, in that conference room, being the top executive of that firm it seems as though you have to work harder than anyone else just because ..... Now my question is 'Do you think it is a racism problem? My answer to that... it is not. Racism is not the problem. The problem is righteous and unrighteousness, darkness versus light, good versus evil...let me explain ....when you are called to righteousness to follow Jesus example, you don't see the color of the skin, the country you come from or what you wear. We are called to see light and avoid darkness. Racism is a by product of darkness and evil. Christ send the Holy Spirit to earth to dwell in us so we may experience the light, which through Him we show love, kindness, compassion, mercy, gentleness and so forth towards our brothers and sisters. How can we experience these characteristics if we do not accept the Holy Spirit. In Galatians 3:28 says "There is neither Jew nor Gentile(color, nation, culture differences), neither bond nor free (positions you hold in the earth), male or female (no gender discrimination) but we are all ONE in Jesus Christ. Jesus broke that racism barrier when He as Jew met a woman who was a Samaritan and talked with her, drank water from her, but in those days Jews and Samaritans hated each other. Jesus' disciples were shocked to find Jesus speaking with, one a Samaritan and two a Samaritan woman (John 4:1-42). Jesus as the light modeled that light and that light do not see color, because of this encounter with Jesus, Samaritans believed in Jesus the true light. My opinion on this matter is that as long as darkness is in this world, racism will always sneaks its ugly head. God says "Do not be overcome by evil, but overcome evil with good (Romans 12:21).  Once we come to the light then we will know we are a Chosen Generation, a Royal Priesthood, A Holy Nation (1Peter 2:9) and no one can separate us from that. Let me know your thoughts on this in the comment section.

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