A Devotion of Lament for My Sin of Racial Injustice

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  1. February 8, 2017

    […] and from today’s systemic racism. We need to stop protecting our fragile egos and be willing to confess our racism. And we need to pray and advocate for justice on behalf of our fellow human beings, regardless of […]

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