@JESSY3236 (7294)
United States
August 29, 2017 8:35am CST
Our preacher has been doing the book of Revelation. This past Sunday he was talking about Heaven. He was saying that every race would be invited into heaven. I do believe that we wouldn't care if we standing near another person of a different race when we are in heaven. I know the people who protest for the statues and flags say it's about history and heritage. I suggest those people to watch the documentary Life After People. It shows what happens to certain things when there are no people around. Those statues and flags will be dust. Are you going to protest to North Korea if they bomb your precious flags and statues? Start worrying about the bigger picture than the smaller things in life. And you don't see the Native American Indians protesting that this is their land and their heritage.
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@cindiowens (3937)
• North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina
29 Aug 17
Actually, the Native Americans DO protest, but they are not a vicious people, so you don't hear much about it. They are still mourning their loss, and rightfully so. I doubt there will be any race in Heaven, as all will be spirit creatures. The skin we know now, will not be an issue. That is my opinion anyway.
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@Corbin5 (116393)
• United States
29 Aug 17
Protesting in an appropriate and civilized manner is free speech, however, violent protests are as far from free speech as can be.
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