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Skrevet af Jørn Nielsen   
Fredag, 19. juni 2020 10:58

The murderer of Floyd will be prosecuted  in that old country of George Washington and Abraham Lincoln. The U.S. is not an anarchy.  Not yet.

The wrath of the black people is a righteous wrath, but the brutal riots are wrong.  “Be angry, and do not sin”  (Eph. 4:26).  What is sin?  It´s rebellion against God and His laws and that´s what the riots are.

However, black lives matter more than they realize themselves. They have mattered so much that God let His dear Son die for their sins, nay for our sins, black and white.  With the little children we sing,

Jesus loves the little children,

all the children of the world,

red, brown, yellow, black and white,

they are precious in His sight,

Jesus loves the little children of the world.

So what matters?  Jesus matters, the children matter, saved souls matter, witnessing matters, and where ever the gospel prevails, love prevails, sins are confessed and the enmity towards God and one another will end.

The Swedish-American Paul Fleming, a missionary to Malaysia more than 70 years ago saw one day a brown-golden native at sunset, a handsome young man indeed, whom he photographed.  The picture became the  logo of the magazine “Brown Gold” which he started. See above.

Precious as more than gold is every soul in the eyes of God.  “Law and order” cannot change the human, sinful heart, but Christ can and to Christ America must return which was Billy Graham´s simple message to the nation. Lyndon Johnson encouraged him to preach change of hearts in the south as he realized that laws were not enough.

Jews and Arabs are being reconciled in minority groups “through the cross”  (Eph. 2: 16), the message of which was the answer in the immoral Corint, among native people and through the ages in America too.

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