Every now and then we hear of these situations whereby a personís skin color has unfortunately caused another person to make a human error. In my personal life this week, I had to face this superficial judgment head on, and I must be honest with you, Iím still deeply troubled by it.
Imagine a White supremacist refusing medical help once he or she finds out that their attending nurse or doctor is African-American. If the patient is conscious, he or she may possibly request to be attended by a White nurse or a White doctor. Itís terribly sad that America is still dealing with these superficial human errors in 2017.
Because of these unfortunate situations, Iíve gain a better understanding of Godís intervention in our human decisions. Now I truly understand why, in certain cases, a patient arrives at the hospital in an unconscious state. Did God intervene to prevent this patient from making another human error? Ė Randolph Randy Camp
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