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I.R.F.R. Week - Forgive People in the Community & Community Leaders

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Forgive People in the Community & Community Leaders- Community leaders, including the church leaders should help communities with repentance, forgiveness, healing, & reconciling broken relationships. Racism is a product of hatred, which is a sin. Citizens are doing harm to their own citizens with guns, electronic weapons, electromagnetic radiation, drones & criminal activities. Community leaders may want to investigate past & present injustices/atrocities, i.e. human rights violations or crime against humanity, by conducting public hearings & investigations. Reconciliation cannot happen unless TRUTH is revealed. A F.B.I. agent said, “Nobody is above the law & no one whose position places them above the reach of those rules & regulations, which govern the rest of us.”
Prophetess Letitia Peters states, "In my Love Campaign, I state how I love America, but how I hate its sin, evil, pride & arrogance. With God's help, I will shine the light on the darkness, which is overtaking America & other nations. I have been praying Psalm 35 for our enemies. "Are you making a contribution to make society a better place for all people to live?

Scriptures About Citizens/People:

Makes Jesus your Lord proud of you by being good citizens. Respect the authorities, whatever their level; they are God's emissaries for keeping order. It is God's will that by doing good, you might cure the ignorance of fools. Exercise your freedom by serving God, not by breaking the rules. Treat everyone you meet with dignity. Love your spiritual family. Revere God. Respect the government. (1 Peter 2:13-17)

Be a good citizen. All governments are under God. Insofar as there is peace and order, it's God's order. So live responsibly as a citizen. (Romans 13:1)

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