"What I've told you is only a glimpse of what is occurring on the nation's border. I don't know what it will take to change the circumstances. I can only report that without an overhaul of the law and the allocation of resources, millions of illegal immigrants will continue flooding to this great land from around the world. Many of them have no marketable skills. They are illiterate and unhealthy. Some are violent criminals. Their numbers will soon overwhelm the culture as we have known it, and it could bankrupt the nation. America has been a wonderfully generous and caring country since its founding. That is our Christian nature. But in this instance, we have met a worldwide wave of poverty that will take us down if we don't deal with it. And it won't take long for the inevitable consequences to happen. Thanks for letting me set the record straight." -- James Dobson
First of all, people seeking asylum are not illegal immigrants. Secondly, are these the points of focus for Christians? Whether people are redeemable based upon marketable skills? Do we now have Christian compassion only for those who are literate and healthy? Do we turn away the 99 for the one that might be a criminal? Do you even understand what Jesus is teaching in the key verses for today? There is no reward for loving only those who are easy to love. We are supposed to be beyond carnal thinking James. We should not be looking at scabies, literacy and marketable job skills to determine of the person is worthy of Christian compassion. You take these unchristian positions and then dare to speak about our Christian nature? I agree that there is a worldwide wave of poverty but your solution of build a wall to not have to deal with it is neither humane nor Christian. You set the record straight all right. You left no doubt that you serve a different master. Just run for office, take an appointment from the administration or do whatever you need to but put the bible down and stop ruining the witness for the Gospel by pretending any of your positions are remotely reflective of the nature of Jesus Christ.
Reverend Anthony Wade -- July 4, 2019