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by: Kevin Bennie • June 19, 2020
Psalm 139:17-24 If only you, God, would slay the wicked!     Away from me, you who are bloodthirsty! They speak of you with evil intent;     your adversaries misuse your name. Do I not hate those who hate you, Lord,     and abhor those who are in rebellion against you? I have nothing but hatred for them;     I count them my enemies. Search me, God, and know my heart;     test me and know my anxious thoughts. See if there is any offensive way in me,     and lead me in the way everlasting. To say that this year has been difficult for our country (and for the world) is an understatement. COVID-19 began with fear and panic for loved ones and lost jobs. A soaring unemployment rate and crowded hospital rooms (and hallways!) were a reality in every state and is still a current reality in a number of them. This global pandemic rocked the world and turned from fear and panic for many to isolation, frustration, and discouragement. As if this weren’t enough to cause distress and general life disruption, the protests around the world would do it. The deaths of Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, then at the end of May, the killing of George Floyd, ignited a worldwide response. Protests in 50 countries and over 140 cities across the United States demonstrated their feelings of anger, pain, hurt, and overwhelmed people of all backgrounds and ethnicities, but especially people of color. A book . . . Read More

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