Today I share my personal immigration story and how I am willing to help undocumented immigrants apply for, permanent residence, in the USA. I am recording this episode a few hours after God touched me and inspired a core part of my being to help with Systemic injustice immigration, I know that God touched me because I couldn't stop weeping. I know that our emotions signal our true self.

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From the moment I started worshiping God this morning during praise and worship I was plugged in. I felt reverence, I was reminded of what God has done for me in this life. He has brought me a mighty long way. Then my pastor Dr William Glover from Mt Hermon Ministries in Fort Myers, FL began his message. He said that today he was going to teach on the difference between personal evil and systemic evil. He explained that the evil that we do personally is usually between us and God. The husband who is committing adultery is hurting himself and his wife but it does not affect his neighbor. Then there is systemic evil. The kind that affects entire nations, cities and certain races or classes of people like systemic injustice immigration, is affecting the lives of a nation of families.

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Pastor Glover gave us an analogy. Let's say that a farmer got inspired to get him a slave or slaves. He is then able to turn a bigger profit because his labor costs are low. The farmer in the next town decides that in order to compete then he also needs to get him a few slaves to bring his labor costs down. Soon all farmers have them some slaves and they write a law that the slaves are considered property and it is legal to own slaves as your property the same as purchasing equipment for your farm. These farmers feel there is no sin in treating men and women as slaves and property because it is legal. These slave owners could go to church and tithe on the profit from their plantation and feel that all is right between them and God because ska very is legal. The system and laws says that it is okay to treat the negros like they treat their animals.
Pastor Glover went on to share several scriptures on what Jesus felt about injustice and specifically systemic injustice immigration,

In Exodus Jesus teaches that strangers or Aliens should be treated the same as the citizens once they abide with the laws of the land.
In Exodus the bible also teaches that a multitude of all kinds of people were delivered into the promised land. We could say he was talking about systemic injustice immigration,

Catholics and Bishops pray for Families entering the USA

Catholics from around the country will spend the coming days protesting the Trump administration’s treatment of families entering the United States illegally and learning more about challenges facing these migrants. A number of protests will take place this weekend and a group of bishops, including the head of the U.S. bishops conference, will visit the border early next week.

Dr Glover finished his message talking about the current systemic injustice immigration, climate in America.
You know the Trump administration no tolerance immigration policy. He shared two stories, one I was familiar with and the other was one he witnessed.

He shared that he was in court once and was listening to a case in wh...