Psalm 85:-13, 2 Cor. 5:16-20
“Under this cassock, we’re all the same.”
Apartheid – asked for support/prayers, and you gave it.
Humor to poke fun at system in midst of oppression.
Joke about God and an oven for creation – over and under done cookies, creating black and white people.
Or: “This university is reserved for people with large noses only . . .” Or, “apply to minister of persons with small noses affairs.”
To say to people who are treated like rubbish – “You are a God-carrier, you stand-in for God.”
If we believed each one was a God-carrier, we would bow, as Buddhists do, “The God in me greets the God in you,” like genuflecting in the presence of the reserved host.
This one is a person of infinite worth – no exceptions!
Died with Christ, raised with Christ, ascended with Christ, given life to be what we already are.
Because God loves you. I am lovable because God loves me.