In God We Trust: Unity Doesn’t Mean Uniformity

  • 2020
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There is a lot of political noise out there right now. With everyone so diametrically opposed and trying to get their message out there, from yard signs, to political ads, to social media posts – it’s hard to actually hear anything.

The story of the friendship between the late Justices Ginsberg and Scalia became big news after RBG’s death a few weeks ago. Why?

When love eclipses our differences, the world notices.

People are so opinionated, and mean, and bullying. And while that may not be you, you may be one to “present yourself well”, but what if the world could HEAR your thoughts? Internally, are you opinionated, and mean, and bullying?

We are to go out of our way to love those who are opposed to us. As human beings, we bare God’s likeness. As Christians we believe that every person is made in His image and is fearfully and wonderfully made. Donald Trump is made in God’s image, Joe Biden is fearfully and wonderfully made. God loves them both.

Loving unconditionally is primary, even if it’s counterintuitive to us. Are you loving EVERYONE in this way?

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