When 5-year-old Ethan Clos showed up to school with a short, spiky mohawk, his fellow kindergarteners thought it was cool. But, not the administrators at Reid Primary and Middle School in Springfield, Ohio. They said the hair was “too disruptive” and sent him home “until he adopted a tamer style.”
Are you kidding me?! You’re telling me a kindergarten teacher couldn’t keep control of the class because Ethan’s hair was so disruptive? I’m not buying that. So Ethan was different looking…so what.
God doesn’t buy that either! What you look like has no bearing on how God treats you. He loves you…period. Have you ever gone to a church where you, or others, were judged by their looks? My advice? Don’t go back! Find another church, they’re all not the same.
Remember the children’s song: “Red and yellow, black and white, they are precious in his sight. Jesus loves the little children of the world.” Let me assure you…you can add short, spiky-haired mohawk to that list.
(Paul speaking) As for those who were considered important in the church, their reputation doesn’t concern me. God isn’t impressed with mere appearances, and neither am I. Galatians 2