Former white supremacist sheds hate and embraces Christianity
Two years ago, Chris Simpson led a white pride march.
Six months ago, he abandoned the white supremacy movement.
On April 15, he was baptized.
Five days later, Simpson sat in the waiting room of a skin and vein clinic, waiting to start the long and painful process of having his tattoos, most replete with Nazi or white pride iconography, removed.
âHate will blind you to so many things. It will stop you from having so many things,â Simpson said. âIt consumes you.â
It is the sinful past that highlights the grace of God and His love and mercy in our lives. It testifys God's goodness and forgiveness. When Paul spoke about his conversion he first mentioned about his old life of how he persecuted christians and then how God shed His light upon him which changed his entire life.