Great Sermon! Thank you so much for clarifying this subject with a clear and concise Christian attitude. Many of the sermons I hear expressing the same information do so with so much anger, self righteousness, sometimes inappropriate jokes, and laughter that makes me question their Christianity. I am black, and I am a Christian, and please understand that most black people I know are all about the phrase, not the group. We appreciate those who do the same. We look forward to a day when racism is simply addressed without routing to the sins ALL people are guilty of. I am not reducing sin, but letâ€™s address one at a time. BLM the phrase has beed linked to abortion, absentee fathers, promiscuous women, etc. which are sins ALL races partake in. Why canâ€™t BLM the phrase simply address the undue killings and degrading of a group of image bearers from preachers and apologetics? Why canâ€™t BLM the phrase reflect that even God told Pharaoh to â€ślet my people go?â€ť I hope racism in the simplest form is being taught and not faded out by other sins ALL races partake in. Again, thank you for being a true messenger of God who approached this subject with dignity and peace. I shared it with others.