Let’s say you have three adult children, two with blond hair and one with brown hair, and the child with brown hair feels you have been treating the other two (the majority) better than him or her.
The brown haired child knows your hair is blonde too and feels the favoritism is based on hair color.
You admit to yourself that you love all your children, but know in your heart you prefer blond hair. As you think back, you realize that has affected your decisions and behavior in the past.
Your child with brown hair looks in your eyes and says, “I MATTER TOO!”
If you begin to show compassion and equity to your brown haired child, does that mean the other two don’t matter?
Be honest with God in your response, and yourself.
Philippians 2:3 (NKJV)