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”The earth is the Lord’s, and everything in it, the world, and all who live in it; for he founded it on the seas and established it on the waters.“
Psalms 24:1-2 NIV

Historically, the question of race has been a serious point of contention in the whole world, whether it is about tribes, color or gender.

As believers however, we are oriented in a different direction. In our theme scripture, David writes in a society that truly believed God was only for jews, and Israel was the chosen nation, which in essence was correct but also a very narrow vision in the big scheme of things.

However, the psalmist writes a prophetic account of God’s ultimate plan to reconcile all things into Christ, jew or gentile, Israelite or Roman, the twelve tribes to the rest of the world, black or white, mean or compassionate — all flesh belongs to God and He cares for all.

What then is our responsibility child of God? It is to respond to all things with that conscience. Some of you were not saved at a point in time, and with His mercy regarded you without contempt. Only by acknowledging that in Him all things consist and apart from Him nothing that is, was made (John 1:3) is the only way to regard no man in the flesh.

May we yield to the Holy Spirit’s leading that our eyes may see things through the lens of truth.

Prayer: Father I thank you for this truth. I love because you loved me first. I look for every way to serve and love my brethren by the divine enablement I receive through your spirit. My heart is tuned to your counsel and I know how to draw it out by your grace, in Jesus name. 


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