Growing up in Iowa and coming to Christ as a very young man, serving in the Iowa National Guard and attending college in Iowa I never thought about my being white or another person not being white! How stupid was I? There was a problem and I didn’t know it! However, now that it has been brought to my attention I see this whole racial problem as just a fabricated anti-God, anti-Bible, Democrat, Rhino, Leftist, Antifa, BLM, Communist/Marxist project. The simple truth is there are so-called racial problems because men have gotten away from the Word of God! For instance a simple reading of Acts 17:26 tells the reader that God hath made of one blood all nations of men for to dwell on all the face of the earth. A reading of Genesis chapters One and Two would also give the reader the knowledge that all humans beings are related through that first couple created by God!
Furthermore, the simple truth is that there are white and people of color who are arrogant, proud, liars, crooks, fraudsters, rascals, adulterers, fornicators, murderers, as well as many whites and people of color who are honest up right citizens. So, if we looked at each person as a person made in the image of the Creator we wouldn’t have an excuse for Antifa, BLM or the Rhinos and Democrat party in general.
Sadly, however, the Bible isn’t enough so some who who profess to be Christians have gotten onto the racial bandwagon as well. For instance ‘Gospel singer Lynda Tait Randle sees the racial disunity, and it breaks her heart. The award-winning music artist knows it breaks God’s heart, too.
“My parents taught me at a very early age to love people,” she says. “It didn’t matter where they came from, what they looked like, how much money they had or didn’t have—you love people.”
While growing up in the inner city, she attended a predominantly white Christian school, which is where she began singing. For Randle, it was like experiencing two different worlds. In fact, throughout her life, Randle has had times when she often studied, worked, and ministered in predominantly white institutions.
Equipped with these experiences, Randle sees herself as a bridge builder.
Her passion is unifying the body of Christ, no matter their skin color or cultural background. And with that motive, she calls herself a “missionary to white America.”’https://blog.answers.tv/lynda-randle-how-gods-people-must-respond-to-racial-division-in-our-nation?utm_content=160526506&utm_medium=social&utm_source=facebook&hss_channel=fbp-110668640631282