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Who’s Life Matter?

Who’s Life Matter?

When I was little, even after I learn to read for myself, my mother read to me. Often on a Sunday afternoon, I would climb in her bed and she would read Dagwood or Little Orphan Annie. There were several more, however now they slip my memory. She was sick most of the time and that was our special time together. I remember one Sunday afternoon she was reading and a moth kept flying by her lamp.
Once or twice I swatted the moth but I missed She asked me not to do that. I asked her why. I remember her saying all of God’s creation had value. Now I turn on my television and I see people carrying signs that say Black Lives Matter. I wonder why people do not understand that we were created to procreate by God and all lives matter. There are those who seem to think some races are more valuable than others.
That is not so! In seven days God created the earth and all therein. Everything He made He said was good. Therefore, all lives matter! Of course, there are those who say “there is no God” Let them continue to say that if they wish to. I have neither a Heaven nor a Hell to send them to. But as for me and my house I will serve the Lord. On several occasions, I have shared that I am African American. It is important to me that Black men and women are treated fairly.
It is also important to me that Black men and women, boys and girls or any other sexual persuades ion that may exist, treat each other with respect. We are not judge and jury on anyone’s life. It is our duty to share the word with others. Many of these hate groups want what they call pure races. It’s a little too late for that. For the last thousand of years the races have intermingled. Yet, more in this century than any others. Even in slavery, the races intermingled.
What mankind should do at this point is treat all of God’s creation with respect.
Perhaps, I’m preaching to the choir. None- the- less, first of all, the fact remains, lets us treat ourselves with respect. Let us treat our and other races with respect and then let us treat everyone in authority with respect. Now I am sounding a little redundant, those in authority belong to some race. Never-the-less, RESPECT– We don’t ask it, we demand it from others. Everyone should recognize, All Lives Matter.