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Living in a blind society
Jul22

Living in a blind society

Some time ago, at the first African American Fellowship service, I had the privilege to preach a sermon titled, “What Can We Do With A Blind Society” (John 9). I shared with those in attendance that it seems the world has become so self absorbed that no one cares about the people whom society has discarded. My home church pastor told us, “We should never become so Heavenly minded that we become no earthly good.” For years, both the...

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First person: Is there a godly answer for racism? Part 2
Nov07

First person: Is there a godly answer for racism? Part 2

The Apostle Paul wrote, “What shall we say to these things?” Then, he answered his own question, “If God be for us who can be against us?” As I said at the close of my previous column, for those of us who exist under the shadow of the Cross, we know Jesus is the only answer. Over the past several years, racism, bigotry and hatred have become front page items, but I think the question we should all ask ourselves is, “Why now?” Why...

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First person: Is there a godly answer for racism? Part 1
Sep06

First person: Is there a godly answer for racism? Part 1

How can we overlook or even ignore the re-arising of overt racism in America? I said “re-arising” because as distasteful as it may be, hoods or no hoods, racism against the black race has always been a part of the American fabric. In recent days, there has been a widespread uncovering of the hatred that once turned brother against brother and divided the nation. We must ask ourselves “Was the division ever mended, and were brothers...

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