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Different Dates, Same Outcome

March 4, 2014

Looking back over the past, we have made progress, but there still lies a huge mountain of racism in our paths.  We say “we are a civilized and loving Country where everyone is innocent until proven guilty”.  For evildoers shall be cut off: but those that wait upon the Lord, they shall inherit the earth. (Psalms 37:9)

After viewing the Southern Poverty Law Center, from 1955-1968 thirty-one people were murdered in this Country and only five cases brought indictments. After viewing the television show “Cold Cases”, people are still working and looking for murdered or disappeared Caucasians. If we all are created equal, why is there a difference with the law?

Some fifty years later in this Country, a black man life is meaningless and as vapor. The laws are filled with “gray areas” concerning the death of a black man by the hands of a Caucasians. In the same Country, there is no leniency for a black person in the Caucasian court of law.  It seems apparent that Justin Bieber is allowed to drag race in the streets, break countless laws and remain free. If there is to be a justice system, why not equal enforcement regardless of race, creed, color, financial status, sex gender or nationalities.

In the Court of God, there’s a Judge that has no respect of person. He does not care who your earthly father is, what company he own, your skin color or your financial status. We are not fighting against skin colors but against the demons of hate that lives in the heart of man. Those demons have a name and they are called “principalities and Spiritual wickedness”.  Inside the heart, there is love, compassion, hate or evil. The mind obeys the heart. When God changes the heart, we will begin to look at all people through the eyes of Jesus. We are still in a battle for equality. Instead of using fire hoses and dogs, people have elected to use wicked powers in high places.

We must not allow this hate or mistreatment to destroy our faith in God.  Rest in the Lord, and wait patiently for him: fret not thyself because of him who prospereth in his way, because of the man who bringeth wicked devices to pass. (Psalms 37:7) After the Treyvon Martin trial, there were so many “selfish and hateful comments”. Where was the compassion?  If it were their child, the comments would have been different.  Every black man is not a “below the waist wearing thug”, a criminal, murderer, rapist, thief or dead-beat dad.  Jesus was treated different for no reasons. “In this generation, black men lay their heads on a pillow in a prison or in a cold coffin buried in the ground.   This hate started when man turned away from God and thought one race was superior to another.

I caught part of a news segment where training was going to be implemented into officers training curriculum to protect vicious dogs from being shot. Animals, fowls, fishes, lands, trees and reptiles have protection, but a black “man that is born of a woman is of few days and full of trouble”. (Job 14:1) “And Jesus saith unto him, the foxes have holes, and the birds of the air have nests; but the Son of man hath not where to lay his head. (Matt. 8:20)

My readers, we have a long way to go to be more like Jesus. We won’t enter into the Kingdom unless we can humble ourselves, open the door and allow Jesus to come into our hearts, pray for those making and carrying out the laws; “Except ye be converted, and become as little children, ye shall not enter into the kingdom of heaven”. (Matt.18:3) We don’t know which of God children we are discriminating against. “But whoso shall offend one of these little ones which believe in me, it was better for him that a millstone was hanged about his neck, and that he were drowned in the depth of the sea”. (Matt.18:6) In the news, some people are waiting to crucify Burrell Ellis for his wrong doings but forgotten about the elected official giving drug seized automobiles and County credit card to his office manager. How can one crime be overlooked and another bring a “guilty indictment”? Ye without sin, cast the first stone. 



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