[fb_import_img url=”https://jmc.me/wp-content/uploads/2013/07/fb_import_intg_1374858169_26742.jpg” class=”lightbox” ] In the book of Ecclesiastes, the author says that there is a time for everything under heaven, including “a time to be silent, and a time to speak.” (Ecclesiastes 3:7). Over the past two weekends, the vast majority of African American congregations have spoken up, publically wrestling with responses to and implications of the Zimmerman verdict.
Most white congregations have remained silent.
I asked on Google if black people were afraid of black people , couldnt get a straight answer so I asked again if white was afraid of white still no ans. Well I’m white and I am afraid of white people , I clench my purse , if in a elevator and yes I lock my doors if a man is coming close to my car . I don’t think thier is a black person that can say any different with thier race either !!! Just look at thier faces white and black they are scarey. The media has added to this !!! No one wants to see anyone murdered , maybe the jury should not see if they are black or white !!! I don’t understand why people can’t see thier are good and bad in all . Even when you go to the store and smile do you get a smile back (very rarely) if you say excuse me do you get a response no .I have some very nice friends that are all colors , and we have no problems not even with the Zimmerman case If Travon had a gun he was selling on him they would have both been dead +++
Not at Epworth UMC in Rehoboth. Profound message there