A world without racism

a world without racismThis is the world I inhabit, a place free from hatred, from discrimination. Hearts could be judged, not skin color. People would join hands in a universal recognition of Jesus. Differences — rich, poor, educated, uneducated — would matter squat.

It is with much anguish that I see our world convulsed by racists. It is upsetting to receive messages from whites who justify their hatred. I unfriend them on Facebook. I am fighting for equality, fair treatment, for love.

About this painting: I got it off Facebook and could not determine the original source for this credit. If you know who it is, please let me know. Furthermore, I would be very much interested in using more of his/her paintings. His/her genius inspires me.

13 responses to “A world without racism

  1. It looks like a CrossFit team, maybe look for teams in your area and see if you recognize any faces on the website! Beautiful post. Thanks for sharing.

  2. God can take anyone and make them part of His family.

  3. I’ve always professed that if I was blind and so was someone else, would it matter what color we were? God looks at the heart and so do I. Blessings,

  4. That would be a better world to live.
    Nice tag.
    Nice thoughts.

  5. Amen. Someone recently commented on our blog’s facebook page about a Christian facebook group that shocked me: It was openly making fun of other race, advocating non-whites to leave the US and celebrated segregation and Jim Crow laws. I was dismayed for days. Dismayed that all this can still be talked about by so-called Christians =(
    God bless you brother.

  6. That is a painting? Wow. It is painted in one of the most traditional ways, realism. It depicts one of the most basic fundamentals that we need to return to: fellowship and prayer. May God work in each one of us and help us bring His love and peace to everyone.

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