In the context of White Privilege, we sometimes think God loves us because we are lovable. Quite the opposite, God calls us when we aren't worthy or even very lovable. Responding to a God who brings laughter.
• Sarah and Abraham were unworthy but God gave them Isaac (laughter) anyway.
• We were undeserving, but Jesus died for us anyway.
• If we know God loves us even if we are undeserving, how should we act towards others?
I was speaking with a group of pastors this week about