Prejudice Is Weakness

By   •   October 24   •   Topics: ,

The word prejudice means “prejudging” or “making an estimate of others without knowing the facts.” Prejudice is a mark of weakness, not of strength. Prejudice is measured by computing the distance between our own biased opinions and the real truth. If we would all be perfectly honest before God, there would be no prejudice.

Read Billy Graham’s answer on how to replace prejudice with love.

Prayer for the day

You love each one of us with a love that breaks through all prejudicial barriers, Father. Forgive me for the times I judge others. Purify my heart, that I may be used to draw people together into the bond of Christ's unifying love.

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  1. Joe says:

    Amen. Utilize us, Lord, to help draw others to You.

  2. Leslie says:

    Lord, please just lead me in the direction You want me go…

  3. Gerry says:

    Someone wise once said, “Prejudice is always wrong. Love is always right.”

  4. Joyce Paul says:

    Heavenly Father, your Holy Spirit reminds us to pray first. We commit to doing so as your Spirit prompt us. God bless you! Amen.

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  6. Paula Little says:

    Thank you for clarifying the true meaning and the words to pray about it.

  7. Linda says:

    Create in me a clean heart, O God.

  8. Max says:

    The cure for prejudice is a hard medicine to take.. MLK was a great warrior of God in the fight of prejudice.