The mainstream media has exacerbated the relationship between minorities and police officers by convincing us that the two are inherently opposed.
However, the truth is that, for the most part, both police officers and minorities just want to live in harmony, looking after their fellow man.
For example, a black Georgia woman recently saw a cop car pulled over on the side of the road, so she stopped to make sure everything was OK. In return, the officer did something she never expected — and something the mainstream media will never tell you about.
Kendra Powell was on her way to work when she spotted a state trooper on the side of the road with his trunk open.
“I felt compelled, even with everything going on in the media, to stop and make sure he was okay,” she wrote in a Facebook post that has since gone viral.
Powell explained that she creeped past the car at a snail’s pace, at first, because she didn’t see the officer. But once she spotted him, she pulled up to the cop car and spoke to the trooper.
“I said good morning and asked if he was okay and needed help,” she wrote.
The cop explained that everything was fine; he was simply cleaning his windows while he waited on his next call to come in.
Powell commented that he was using the “good stuff,” which made the cop chuckle, and he then offered to do something that the woman would later call the “highlight” of her day — he asked if he could clean her windows, too.
But, the encounter didn’t stop there, as other drivers passing by noticed what was going on.
“Every passerby had a stunned expression on their faces,” Powell wrote, noting that some folks even stopped and asked if they could have their windows cleaned by the cop, too.
When an elderly white woman asked if she could pay him for the job, he refused, but he had one powerful request — that they pray for his protection while on the job.
“Right along 46 in the wee hours of the morning parked beside the road for EVERYONE to see, we all linked hands and had prayer,” Powell wrote. “White hands, black hands, officer hands, young hands, and old hands…gave glory like never before.”
Wow! I can only imagine how incredible that scene must have been, especially considering the many recent incidents involving police officers.
Police officers are our community heroes, and they need our prayers more than ever right now as they face dangerous and uncertain situations every day.
In fact, that is the answer to all of our problems, folks. We won’t solve racial tension with threats or riots. We won’t solve the problems faced by minority communities with ignorance or hate. The solution to all of our problems will come when we join hands and pray, as one.
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