The Myth of Racism

I love white people–and for good reason: God created them. And God never created anything that He did not love.

“What about the Devil?”

What about the Devil?? God created and loved Lucifer; Lucifer created the Devil, and the Devil can only love himself.

I also love black people–and for good reason: God created them. And God NEVER created anything that He did not LOVE.

I also love aborigines, mongols, slavs, semitics, arabs, caucasians, germans, franks, armenians, mesoamericans, eskimos, basques, celts, norsemen, asians, hindus, latinos, nubians and polynesians (if I left out your ethnic group, please accept my apology).

“The God who made the world and all things in it, since He is Lord of heaven and earth, does not dwell in temples made with hands; nor is He served by human hands, as though He needed anything, since He Himself gives to all people life and breath and all things; and He made FROM ONE MAN[Adam] every nation of mankind to live on all the face of the Earth, having determined their appointed times and the boundaries of their habitation, that they would seek God, if perhaps they might grope for Him and find Him, though He is not far from each one of us; for in Him we live and move and exist, as even some of your own poets have said, ‘For we also are His children.’” – Acts 17:24-28

Point of Fact: The idea of one ethnic group being superior to another is a myth!

We all physically came “from one man” and one woman (science verifies this). The immense variety of physical features found in the human species speaks to the creative power of God. So…why all the feuding?

It’s quite simple, really. For you see, there are TWO SPECIES of humanity that walk the earth: the Children of the First Adam and the Children of the Last Adam (that’s “Last,” not “Second”): 1st Corinthians 15:45-49.

The Children of the First Adam were born of the flesh; the Children of the Last Adam were BORN A SECOND TIME of the Holy Spirit of God (Romans 8:5).

The Children of the First Adam love to war, strive, fight and deceive each other for the right to RULE and DOMINATE over their peers; the Children of the Last Adam love to serve and minister to each other…preferring others above themselves (James 4:1-3; Galatians 5:13).

The Children of the First Adam assess their value by how much they own and how many others they control; the Children of the Last Adam assess their value by how much their character parallels that of the Last Adam (Luke 12:15; Philippians 2:5-13).

The Children of the First Adam NEVER forgive, and NEVER forget an offense committed against them or their ancestors; The Children of the Last Adam, as recipients of AMAZING GRACE, distribute Forgiveness and Compassion as freely as they have received the same from the Last Adam (Matthew 18:21-35).

The Children of the First Adam live in constant fear of loosing their edge | their advantage | their identity | their things; The Children of the Last Adam realize that a closed fist can neither give nor receive (Acts 20:35).

The Children of the First Adam are compelled to take Justice and Vengeance into their own hands; The Children of the Last Adam understand that no one gets away with anything and that only God has the wisdom to settle accounts with True Justice and Equity (Romans 12:19).

The Children of the First Adam are already doomed to extinction (Malachi 4:1); The Children of the Last Adam are IMMORTAL and will never perish (John 10:27-30)!

Which Adam is your father? The Great News, my Friend, is that YOU CAN CHANGE FATHERS!

6 thoughts on “The Myth of Racism

  1. Yes, we are all equal in terms of dignity and in that we have an eternal soul. However, we as individuals, irrespective of race or ethnicity, do have different talents and abilities. There is diversity across populations. Equality has come mean to sameness for some people, and that is incorrect.

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      1. Yes, but I would rather use the word “dignity” than value. But, ok. Be aware that the term “equal” or “equality” has, sorry to say, become a loaded term in recent years in public discourse.

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