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Diversity is a mainstay in universal society; races, cultures, religions, and politics are all interactive, different but in many ways the same. If it's looked at objectively, it's hard to imagine how the absolute magnificent creative beauty that God constructed through diversity can ever be scorned. Loving who and what we are should be our sanctuary; our safe place of comfort in being who we are. However today, with diversity unwilling to be ignored, it seems that many are being discriminatorily prejudiced against simply because of the color of their skin, the language they speak, the god they serve. - wanting, needing, to openly love and cherish themselves and who they are, but being accused of being radical or offensive in their lifestyles and culture.
The Apostle Paul said in Romans 9:1-4 that he would himself be cursed for the sake of the salvation of his people.
I speak the truth in Christ—I am not lying, my conscience confirms it through the Holy Spirit— 2 I have great sorrow and unceasing anguish in my heart. 3 For I could wish that I myself were cursed and cut off from Christ for the sake of my people, those of my own race, 4 the people of Israel
Is that a position that can accurately be taken? Is it morally - biblically - ok? Is it okay to love who you are, and wish your people well and not be classified as indicating you don't/won't/can't love others? Today we want to consider another opinion. We'll look at a biblical example in an effort to get a fresh perspective