As a Vietnam War refugee whose family was helped a lot by relocation to America, I can sympathize with Afghan people who are at risk when the U.S. pulls troops out this year. While my mother and I were evacuated, my father was imprisoned by the Viet Cong and lost for 18 years when Saigon was captured in 1975, so if you support refugees and their families, send President Biden a note through HIAS.org here… https://act.hias.org/page/30693/action/1?chain
The accidental police killing of Daunte Wright a few days ago has brought out more hate, anger, and the seeking of immediate revenge by protesters who do not appear to care about the circumstances of the case. I’ve seen this unchecked anger nationwide often since George Floyd died. Reverse prejudice and hate needs to stop. Isn’t it the same kind of behavior the BLM movement blames on authority? How can you seek justice for yourselves when you deny it to your opponent?
A good Palm Sunday to you all! Many of you might not know that today is also the first day of Passover, which is a closely connected holiday to the week leading up to Christ’s crucifixion. So to get your Biblical history and heritage up to date, I just released a detailed examination of the Exodus journey that started on the first day of Passover over 3000 years ago. Join me in the journey… http://3rdcompass.org/go?v=EXODUS-JOURNEY
It was originally traditional to fast and sing laments for this holiday, so I wrote a version of “How Can I Keep From Singing” for today… http://3rdcompass.org/go?v=SONG-HOWCANI God can turn even bad things for our good (Romans 8:28)