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She is the author of Today's role for a Christian woman takes many forms working together - mom, sister, wife, home maker, career women, and more.
All of these relationships demand your time and attention.
To be clear, this isn’t about preferences (a matter of attraction).
We want to explore our hearts to see if there is pride, bitterness, self-righteousness and hate against our brothers and sisters in Christ.
People are confused about interracial relationships and this was made clear when a question came in to John Piper’s podcast “Ask Pastor John”.
A listener wrote in to ask an important question: “Can a white woman marry a black man?
But the racial divisions in this country are deep-rooted and significant changes didn’t occur until only 50 years ago.
Interracial marriage was illegal in many states until 1967. That is the generation of most of our parents and grandparents.
It is God’s kindness that leads to repentance (Romans 2:4).The Bible forbids intermarriage between unbeliever and believer. In Christ our oneness is profound and transforms racial and social differences from barriers to blessings. Criticizing one interracial marriage was severely disciplined by God. God’s redeeming grace and historical gospel (his promise to Abraham to bless all nations in Genesis 12:3) The likeness of Christ among Christians is bigger than anything else that could divide us. But our barriers had less to do with our so-called differences and more to do with our rejection of Jesus. SEE ALSO: 4 Ways to Deal with Disappointment on Valentine's Day Christ was merciful to reconcile each of us to himself and then to each other.My Story In Christ our oneness is profound and transforms racial and social differences from barriers to blessings. We became Christians and a few years later were married.To me this indicated that there are others who are searching for answers.And the real question is: Not That Long Ago Some may think that because it’s 2014, we in the United States should be past racial confusion and prejudice.