Jesus is not Black or white

Jesus is both or just call him Jesus. Easy πŸ™‚

You can be black and be white inside and black and be white inside and yes we have some who have the manifestations of both race on the outside which the world like to call “mixed kids”

I hear that argument and I beleive it is a sick argument, what exactly is the profit of the argument exactly to say that one race is superior to the other ?? It is okay to not know or have an answer , don’t get fill in the gap by all means it is not an exam or certification ritual. When Man was created in the begining he created man did you see black or white man? GOD created woman did you hear black or white woman? Exactly.

The white race decided to associate themselves with him and accepted the mindset that Jesus is white on that ground the Black can do the same.

Besides Jesus is the humus man (flesh) that is the christ that was born “for unto us a child is born, and unto us a son is given” christ is the Son and he was not born he was given there is no need for the arguments christ does not have a color even if Jesus did have outwardly for those who see color. No race is less important we all are part of his plans here on earth yes there are some consumed by hate and gross wickedness but God still Rules over the affairs of men lies speed, truth has endurance and no matter how fast lie runs truth still catches up the race is not for the swift do you not know that already?

Published by Akpederi Raymond

Author of the Spiral of Revelation, My identity graduated from the university of Bu with a degree In mass communication. Love covers a multitude of sin. Embraces the concept and power of creativity.

2 thoughts on “Jesus is not Black or white

  1. One of my favorite pictures of Jesus was painted by a Chinese Christian. Guess how He looks? A Chinese man, reflecting the artist’s ideas of what was beautiful and noble.

    I also saw a statue in the cathedral in Toledo, Spain, that touched my heart. It is of Jesus as a baby in the arms of His mother. He is cupping her chin with His hand, and she has a hand on His chest, as if feeling His heart. They are looking in each other’s eyes and smiling. Again, I think the artist thought of both the physical beauty of Christ as a child and the beauty of His love for us.

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