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Cancel Cancel Culture

Cancel culture is all the hype right now. The saying “cancel culture” directs attention to not supporting (or canceling) people after they have done or said something unpleasant. Today, people are simply being cancelled based on their internet decisions; who they follow, tweet, pin, their text tone, and a multitude of other reasons. When did humans become so powerful and sinless where they can just cancel people out? I’m not saying that someone shouldn’t be held responsible for their wrongdoings but we need to just cancel cancel culture.

This may not be a popular opinion, but I love cancel culture. I’m not referring to the one that’s explained above, but the cancel culture that grants grace, God’s cancel culture. The cancel culture that cancels the awful things that others cancelled out. The cancel culture that makes the choice to forget those sins that others choose to constantly bring up, and cancel you out because of them. Jesus chooses not to remember. He’s not about cancelling us out but uplifting and regulating us to come together. Instead of cancelling each other, God wants us to “love each other deeply, because love covers over a multitude of sins” (1 Peter 4:8). We all deserved to be cancelled at some point, but God chose to grant us His love.

God loves you and so do I!


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