In My World…

by David Asscherick  |  October 4, 2012

In my world, there would be no sexual slave trade, because there would be no customers.

In my world, there would be no promising politicians, because people would be too informed and intelligent to believe them.

In my world, there would be no illegal drug use or trafficking, because people would be high on life.

In my world, there would be no racism, because people would appreciate and celebrate diversity, rather than fearing it.

In my world, there would be no factory farms, because people would be informed and conscientious consumers, and, wherever possible, would be vegetarian.

In my world, people wouldn’t blow themselves up in the hopes of blowing other people up in the name of religion, because “the earth [would] be full of the knowledge of the LORD” (Isaiah 11:9). That is, they would know who He truly was, and would know that such a thing could never, ever be pleasing to Him.

In my world, there wouldn’t be any guns, missiles, or bombs, because there would be no use for them.

In my world, death would be out of business.

In my world, women wouldn’t be second class citizens.

In my world, people and the planet would matter more than profits.

In my world, sports wouldn’t be ruined by drugs and money.

In my world, fathers would be fathers, and not just sperm donors.

In my world, people would rather serve than be served.

In my world, love and joy would be more than romantic ideals, they would be constant and practical realities.

In my world, death would be out of business.

In my world, Jesus Christ would be King.

What would your world look like?

David Asscherick Speaker
Light Bearers
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