Colorblind

Hey everyone, I recently stumbled across this post on my friend Mfon’s blog. I have wanted to address this topic for a while, but have been unsure of where to start. I’ve heard stories from friends who have been personally affected by prejudice and it makes me sad that so many judge on the basis of race/ethnicity. We’re all created in God’s image and all deserve to be treated that way. I love the message of this post and I hope you’re as moved by this post as I was when I read it.

Out Loud

A new commandment I give to you, that you love one another; as I have loved you, that you also love one another.“~ John 13:34 (NKJV)

When my son, Eric, was 12 years old, he fell in love (for the second time.)  Her name was Jasmyn.  I will never forget the day he came home from school and began to tell me all about this beautiful girl that he met.  She was smart…and pretty…and funny… and kind… He went on and on about her that day and for many days to come.

At one point, Eric invited Jasmyn to the house to play video games and I offered to pick her up.  We pulled in front of her home and out came this beautiful young lady, just as pretty as Eric had described.  The thing that I found most interesting is that at no time in any of…

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Author: Courtney

Christian. Bibliophile. Britt Nicole Fan. Future author and songwriter.

2 thoughts on “Colorblind”

  1. Thank you so much for re- blogging this Courtney –
    this is definitely an issue in our society today & so many people are divided
    within the same country. Mark 3:25If a house is divided against itself, that house cannot stand.
    I have been reading the book of Acts and the Jews and Gentiles were divided – the bible says Jesus died for the Jews and Gentiles … God died for everyone’s salvation and we should see each other as brothers and sisters
    Thank you so much for this – it awesome !!
    God bless you !

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