If, as a Christian, you cannot agree to the idea of letting any number of people, whom you don’t know nor are allowed to question, into your home to consume your food, water and resources, then you have no legs to stand on in your insistence that the God of bible commands that a nation let uncontrolled hordes of “immigrants” pour in through open and unchecked borders. There is simply no biblical basis for it.
Funny how, when it doesn’t seem to directly affect them, something like letting people you don’t know in to consume your stuff seems like an awful invasion of privacy. I wonder how many Christians would be willing to let their pastor assign them a live in immigrant, without their permission, without any kind of information on said immigrant and without any type of additional support. Now how about two immigrants, or ten?
How many Christians pull up a chair and a make a sandwich for the thief who has just broken into their house in the middle of the night? “Hey, it’s fine, God said we should invite EVERYONE in! I make enough money, I can share. And I’m sure your only breaking into my house in the dead of night because you want a better life for yourself.” I don’t see it happening, so why are so many Christians on board with allowing it to happen to our nation?
I have no doubt that God works in mysterious ways and, who knows, maybe He will prompt you to speak to that thief in the middle of the night, but you had better make darn sure that’s the voice of God talking to you, because most thieves willing to break into someone’s home are up to no good.