Plain and simple, it insults an entire race of people in multiple countries, of various socioeconomic backgrounds, and beliefs. More so it mocks both God’s people and God Himself.
It insults white addicts who have worked hard in this life to conquer addiction instead of remaining a victim.
It insults white single parents and unemployed individuals who took rightful advantage of America’s opportunities and got ahead.
It insults any white PTS Veteran who gets up every day and fights their inner demons and succeeds, without expectations or handouts.
It insults any white person with a disability.
It insults white blue-collar workers.
It is even insulting to executives and capitalists who work day and night to achieve their status and who have built businesses to help America thrive.
These people, along with every other hard-working individual of any race, are all equal to God and are ALL created in His image.
Privilege can be given, and it can be earned.
No matter the color.
In America, it is equally accessible. Some may have to work harder, but if your heart is right, God will always make sure your needs are met and your work ethic rewarded.
To insult or mistreat, judge or call out any “person” God has created, because of skin color, is a sin and it is divisive.
All rights and privileges and everything good, is ultimately from the Lord. Work and He will reward. If you are relying on the world to reward you…you will NEVER be satisfied.
I have seen white suicidal billionaires and joyful Hispanic missionaries. I know of unhappy black executives, and incarcerated Caucasians who use their experience to joyfully spread the gospel.
It matters what is in your heart.
Not what you think society owes you. God is to be our source of joy and contentment. Not the world’s privileges.
“Every good thing given and every perfect gift is from above, coming down from the Father of lights, with whom there is no variation or shifting shadow.” (James 1:17)
“Both the dignity and the equality of human beings are traced in Scripture to our creation.” (John Stott).
“So God created mankind in his own image, in the image of God he created them…” Genesis 1:27.
To presuppose that anyone’s race or ethnicity is superior or inferior to someone else’s is a denial of the fact that all people are created in the image of God. If individuals so chose to dismiss this, so be it. You then take that to the Lord. Not the streets. Not in the form of destruction, mockery, or harassment of others.
That is true of and for all.
Scripture is clear on this.
To deny this at this point, is to deny God’s word.
Stop the name calling.
Stop rewarding victim-hoo d.
Stop trying to dumb down and eradicate God.
Stop causing division by promoting divisive, false organizations or divisive ideas such as “white privilege”.
May we find perfect unity, as one Nation, UNDER GOD as we seek God’s wisdom and embrace His TRUTH. <><
Keep Fighting the GOOD Fight!