George Zimmerman is the ONE person who is testing my Christianity.

As I’m sure you’ve heard, George Zimmerman retweeted a picture of Trayvon Martin’s body on his Twitter account (which has since been deleted).

George Zimmerman, who fatally shot Trayvon Martin in 2012, has sparked fury on Twitter yet again after retweeting this picture of the teenager’s dead body


“Z-Man is a one man army”

With the body of an innocent black boy.

I have NEVER, and I do mean NEVER, yearned for God to bring down His fist of vengeance in a slow, violent manner on ANYBODY as I have for this man.

I was tweeting about this earlier today and I was almost in tears.

I simply cannot understand how the good Lord allows this man to continue to breathe His good air.

I did a periscope yesterday about a book I read, “The Shack” (that I’m planning to reread). In there, God has a conversation with a man who wasn’t satisfied how the murderer of his child was dealt with. The man was angry at God, and God responded to him, “Just like I’m working in your life, I’m working in that murderer’s life.” That’s not verbatim, but it’s close.

That was the biggest thing that stuck out to me in that book.

And here I am, needing God to basically say the same to me…cause I’m not over it. At all. He continues to taunt the family and profits off of his murder. It’s disgusting, vile, inhumane, and….unfair.

And telling me that he is “probably” suffering on the inside isn’t cutting it for me. At all.

So clearly, I have some work to do. I don’t think anything has impacted me the way this did. That was the first time I think I was punched in the face with the realization of how little black lives matter in this country.

I will forever hear the screams of Trayvon Martin screaming for help.

Now I have to (still) work on not having the desire to hear those same screams coming out of the mouth of George Zimmerman.

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