This video is the continuation of the previous video “Discrimination at Work – Episode Two.” God is the source of love. He never differentiates between His people. He even loves sinners! God also taught His people to love each other without differentiating between races, nations, and religions. Likewise, in the work place we must respect each other and not practice favoritism.
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