- Follow the wisdom of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and judge people by the content of their character not the color of their skin!
Look into peoples hearts don't judge them by looking upon their skin color. Are you doing that?
- Learn to see individuals not groups!
It's harder to hate an individual person than a group of people. Especially as you take the time to get to know the person rather than prejudge or generalize a group.
Do you see groups or do you see each individual person?
- Intentionally diversify your own circle of friends!
What are you doing to make friends of people from other races or backgrounds?
- Let's see how many races and tribes we can reach with the Gospel of Jesus Christ!
As the children's song says, "Red and yellow black and white they are precious in His sight, Jesus loves the little children of the world."
If God loves all people of all races from every tribe and if Jesus died on the cross to save them from their sins, shouldn't His Church and His people be busy trying to reach as many with the Gospel of Salvation to all of them? To each of them?
So, Jesus says we should be doing on Earth what is being done in Heaven! That means you and I must know what is going on in Heaven so we can prepare ourselves and others for Heaven!
And, if you are planning to spend eternity in Heaven shouldn't you be practicing one earth what you will be doing in Heaven?