USA and Racial Divide: Lord Heal Me and Heal Our Land addresses racism from the perspective of a sixty-three-year-old African American Christian woman who has struggled with her ability to experience the love of God because of her contradictory reality. The book, though controversial, will benefit all readers because it exposes the true culprit of division whether in races, homes, families, nations or our world.
Attention is given to the role of the Body of Christ (church) in this sinister attack of the enemy, and how we are without excuse in continuing justifying its acceptance in our society. "It cannot be done by the marches of the 1960s, but by a spiritual revolution, hearts must change" were the words that were given in answer to a prayer about racism in our nation. Understanding God's original plan for mankind (male and female), understanding who God is and who man is, understanding human behavior, exploring historical facts about our nation and African descendants, recognizing the true enemy of division, understanding that racism is the symptom of a greater spiritual problem that cannot be handled by natural means are all covered in this book.
The author reminds the Body of Christ of its role in perpetuating racism and the need for repentance so we can be the light of the world that we are called to be. We have been given the ministry of reconciliation; however, we remain powerless if we behave as the world. Although many are saved, there is a need for spiritual maturity; otherwise, we remain babes in Christ and behave just like the world. "Who his own self bare our sins in his own body on the tree, that we, being dead to sins, should live unto righteousness: by whose stripes ye were healed" 1Pe 2:24