Justice for the Oppressed

August 10th, 2018 Posted by Immersion Internship – 2018

Hello!!! Here is Chris!! I am back again.

What I have learned is to confront injustice and empower people, to be an agent of change in my community. “O man, God has told you what is good and what does the Lord require for you but to do justice, to love mercy, and to walk humbly with your God.” Read your Bible on Micah 6:8.

I am saying all these things because I know the importance of justice. It brings peace and joy in life as a reward of God. Say when you can know the truth, it will set you free. You change the way you look at your things, the thing you look at changes by faith even when you cannot see. Doing what Jesus did, empowering the kids and the families around. Keep that open heart for Christ. The power is released to those who are open on praying for other people. God saved your life for a purpose: you need to bring other lives to Jesus Christ. I am really shaken up over the things I learned from Micah: for his teaching about justice. He made my mind be open and I realize that, in my country of Malawi, people there need to know more about justice. When I go back home I am going to stand and teach about justice for the street kids. I will tell them that God has their future. And God needs to use them in his Kingdom. That’s my passion for justice and I want to do what my Father in heaven needs me to do in this earth. Thank you to all the teachers and all the staff members of Poetice for your good care and change in my spiritual life.

Christopher Rheman – 2018 Immersion Intern