The world is in bad shape. It seems like every time I turn on the TV or read a news article online, I’m faced with another tragedy or senseless act. Even the local crime rate seems to have escalated. As I read each story and witness the pain, I’m left to respond in some way. It’s difficult, however, to find words or even manage emotions. I’ll be honest, it’s easier when the tragedy or crime is at a distance, but the reality of the pain and the thoughts of a potential parallel situation, are difficult to absorb.
Question: How do we process this? How do we respond? What if it becomes personal? You can leave a comment by clicking here.
Jesus gave us a clear teaching: don’t fight hate with hate; respond with love.
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