This is the final meditation from our special Racial Reconciliation and Unity series.
Host Cindy Helton leads us in a unifying prayer based on Psalm 139 from the The Passion Translation, along with the prayers of Joshua Jamerson, LaToya NaShae, Vernon Shaw, and Sarah Patton.
A special thank you to these Nashville area brothers and sisters in Christ who contributed to this series. It’s an honor to include their powerful contemplations and prayers on our podcast.
The call to Racial Reconciliation and Unity comes from our Creator, our Heavenly Father, who made all mankind in His image and for His glory. (I Cor 10:31)
The LORD God has told us what is right and what he demands: "See that justice is done, let mercy be your first concern, and humbly obey your God." (Micah 6:8 CEV)
May our eyes continue to be open to injustice, and our hearts burdened for reconciliation and unity in Christ, not just in the big moments, but in the every day moments of life that define our character.
May racial unity and reconciliation be a place where we live and grow in love and understanding, going to the hard places, and reflecting upon our own responsibility to love our neighbors well.
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