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Re: “Fear of a Black Jesus?

First off I firmly believe Jesus/God is black. It is important for so-called black people to know because to have any image other than that would be to worship a false idol. Second Jesus didn't come for everyone but for the lost sheep of Israel. When we worshipped false idols and made God jealous he gave the Gentiles a chance. He said almost precisely, since you have made me jealous I will drive you to jealousy by a people who are not a nation. He was talking about the Gentiles who is anyone not of the twelve tribes. The Gentiles were savages who killed eachother, slept with the same sex, committed incest, worshipped animals, stones & wood. Gentiles had multiple gods. Since we (so-called African-Americans) don't know who we are ( Hebrew-Israelites ) we follow numerous pagan traditions ie Christmas and Easter. These things were given to us to separate us from our true origins and to send us to hell. Religion was given to us to keep us separated. So-called black people have the most religions out there. White people generally fall under Christianity and Catholicism. The latter is the anti-Christ. How can the pope say he is god on earth. It is these iniquities that keep Hebrew-Israelites from knowing we are the kingdom of heaven. Know He said the kingdom of heaven is at hand. I interpret that as tangible. Also a misconception that the bible is a book of religion, wrong. It is a book of laws and history. The traditional "churches" only teach laws. Always study a kjv.

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Posted by Tchozinwun on 05/08/2009 at 10:41 PM

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