To spend centuries hating the injustice of the slave trade is more in line with the adversary(s) of God. The fact/reality that millions of people around the world fought the system of slavery should be remembered, celebrated, and in deed, literally acknowledged. Herein lies the lost identity of the warrior, the fighter, the one purposed to walk with liberty in the Kingdom of God. We agreed to keep the rules when we accepted the blood sacrifice; we entered covenant. To ask for forgiveness and then to agree to the terms means we have a part to play, a roll to honor in service to the KINGDOM. One cannot accomplish this when tethered to the enemies deceptions.
We were never the victims of those who fought for us.
We must see that same beauty in one another and we must remember those who fought the good fight to bring the amazing revelation of the LOVE of Yahweh forward.
We are the Un-Colored, from racism, Un-Broken, from pain, Un-Ashamed, because of forgiveness MIRACLE that has caused the God of Creation to continue redeeming mankind. This is the heart, soul and conviction of Jeff Morton. There is no other greater purpose to my life than to share who we really are as opposed to the lie that continues to enslave, deceive, destroy.
As family, lifting, encouraging, and pursuing the things of the Kingdom is how [I absolutely believe] God's blessing will chase after us. Those who died fighting for the Kingdom must be the reason we have identity as opposed to identifying ourselves with prejudice, bigotry, hatred and un-forgiveness.
Are you a tare or are you wheat?....It is the simplest of questions to ask ones self!
Matthew 13:30 Let both grow together until the harvest and in the time of the harvest, I shall say to the reapers, “Select out the tares first and bind them into bundles to burn, but gather the wheat to my granary