Posted: Monday, December 27, 2021. 7:37 pm CST.
By Aaron Humes: It is non-negotiable, says Anglican Bishop of Belize Philip Wright, that we are equal in God’s eyes, and therefore in this festive season we must practice love, value and respect for each other, all made in the image of God.
Quoting Ephesians 2:13-22, the Bishop cites that Jesus breaks down our divisions and makes us one in our worship of him and God the Father, and in our call to love and include all – a spirit of mutuality, humility, understanding, compassion and appreciation – all of which must find expression in word and deed.
The theme for World AIDS Day, “End inequalities. End AIDS,” the Bishop asserts, can apply to many things, including the COVID-19 pandemic.
The quarrels over vaccine hoarding, economic inequalities, even the truth about who possess more truth and validity when it comes to science, medicine, religion, and the like are symptoms of a flawed humanity forgetting the vision of what the Incarnation of God in Christ Jesus is meant to manifest in our lives and in the relationships we share.
“The commitment to care does not require we first determine if the person qualifies by our standards or belongs to our tribal construct. The commission to share this Good News and make the world a better place has no exceptions – none whatsoever,” Bishop Wright maintains, as he shares Christmas wishes from Belize’s corner of the Anglican Communion.
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