Opinion: Black lives have always mattered, says Ogdensburg resident
God formed a man out of the dust “in his own image and likeness (Genesis 1:24”) and put him in the oven.
It so happened his dog turned loose and he went out and found his black dog, a mile away eating a dying Lamb.Back home when he opened the oven, the man he created was overcooked & appeared black as the, “pit from to pull.”
The black man thanked God and said from his heart, “Praise you, my Lord, for many of us would come after me, indeed, Black Lives Matter.
In fact, when I opened my eyes, my sclera was white & my teeth were ivory white at least in the dark of night I could be identified (henceforth, my brothers & sisters would be treated as human beings), worthy of respect, dignity & honor.”
“Sorry Lord, I cannot stand in Heaven among the blonde & blue eyes Angels unless by “hook & by crook” I get a worldwide attention, I repeat, your message (as I understand it) that “Black Lives Matter.”
God said, “Do you remember when I was asked the difference between God and government?
I tossed a coin, ( Mathew 22: 17-22) one side is God (Hari) & one side is the government (Patay) held together by my Son’s 2 greatest commandments, the 2nd is, “love your neighbor as yourself ( Mark 12:28-31)”.
Dr. Elmer M. Abear