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Listen, Reflect: Be Thou My Vision

Watch and listen to this performance of the hymn "Be Thou My Vision" to reflect on how we can see others as Christ sees them.

Listen, Reflect: Be Thou My Vision

Watch and listen to this performance of the hymn "Be Thou My Vision" to reflect on how we can see others as Christ sees them.


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"Be Thou My Vision" - Performed by Brooke Pernice

 

​Part of the difficulty in resisting racism is the way we, as individuals and groups, see other people. Our way of seeing has been conditioned, leading to perpetuation of racism. But think about how Jesus saw others - with a constant vision of love. How can we allow Christ to "be our vision"? How can this way of seeing cut through the world's racist ideologies and systems?
 

Watch, listen, reflect.  

Brooke Pernice is a rising senior at Belmont University, majoring in Religion and the Arts and minoring in english writing. She just completed an internship with The Upper Room in Nashville, TN. You can read Brooke's thoughts on how churches neglect and ignore blind members on here

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