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Topic: White (10/29/09)
TITLE: Precious in God's Sight
By Barbara Lynn Culler
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So, who has Red skin? The only time I saw “Red” skin was when someone had sunburn or was blushing. This color classification went to American Indians, but they are no more red than I am white! People who have the condition of jaundice have yellow skin, but that is not the case of the “assigned” color to Asian people. They are no more yellow, than I am white. I have seen skin black in color when it had turned gangrenous, but that is not the shades of colors that I observe on people designated as Black. They are no more black than I am white.
In God’s eyes, we are all loved by Him, no matter what shade of color our skin is. No one is inferior or superior according to the hue of the mass of tissue that holds the human body together. Jesus loves us all, and we should do likewise. We need to treat each other with respect and compassion. My face is blotchy beige, not anywhere near white. I am no better than people who have olive complexions, or those with chocolate brown skin. All are precious in my sight!
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