My mother taught me to love my brothers and their imperfections and I embrace that lesson. I pray that you, too. You may love and forgive those imperfect people around your house or community. We do not have to put our pride over someone’s head and execute our madness to them because we see ourselves higher. According to the Bible, Do nothing from selfish ambition or conceit, but in humility count others more significant than yourselves (Phil. 2:3).
Who would thought that those people whom you protect and love the most would be hurt by others near you. I am not perfect, my family even. But here’s my message to you [to those who practice injustice], you may have the days now, but I believe in the true justice by which in Him can be found. The Lord knows the truth and whoever believed in that truth will be set free. Same goes here, the truth will let everyone live in liberty. I pray that all of you will find the love and forgiveness that Jesus can only give. You may shake us, but you cannot break us. God is on our side. He is bigger than you and your “titled” people. I still believe in justice; it might not be here, but it will be served in front of the King.