Wednesday, May 9, 2012

Jesus was black?!!!! (Pray for Israel) Pt. 1

Does it really matter what skin color Jesus was? For many years, many have been ok with the pictures that portray Jesus as a white man, but the moment someone says, “Jesus was black,” all of a sudden people say, “It doesn’t matter.” Do you consider it a waste of time to search out the answer, whether Jesus was a black or white man? You might be quick to say it is a waste of time, but let me show you why it is not.

If the Bible says that you should pray for, as well as bless Israel, do you think it’s worth it to find out who God considers to be Israel? If you are praying and blessing Israel, because you know the Word of God tells you to, how would you feel if you realize that all this time you were focusing on the WRONG people? The Bible, along with reviewing history, shows us overwhelming evidence as to who the Israelites are. The "Jews" that we know today are not the descendants of the children of Israel. They were the Ashkenazi (German descend) Jews of Europe. This is why many of them speak Yiddish (A German language mixed with Hebrew). If you look further back in history, you'll see they came from the Khazarian tribes of Russia, prior to migration to Germany. The Bible shows the true bloodline of Ashkenaz (Gen 10:2-3). They are descendants from Japheth. They are not descendants of Ham, or of Shem (root word of Semitic). Many Ashkenazi Jews accuse people for being anti-semitic and they themselves are not even Semitic. Selah…

We all came from Noah. Those who came from the lineage of Japheth were considered Gentiles (Gen 10:5). Those who came from the lineage of Ham were later classified as Egyptians, and those who came from the lineage of Shem were the Israelites. The lineage of Japheth is classified as different shades of white. The ones who came from the lineage of Shem and Ham were different shades of brown/black skins. Remember the story of Joseph? His brothers sold him into slavery. He was given to the Egyptians (White/Gentiles were not the ones who started slavery). Later when Joseph became a leader, his brother came and they didn’t recognize Joseph because Israelites and Egyptians were similar, compared to the Gentiles (Japheth) who were very different. This is why it was also easy for Moses to be seen as an Egyptian, when he was raised in Pharaoh's house (Exodus 2:5-6). Moses later on in his life, was also seen as a Egyptian when he helped the daughter in Midian. The father, who was a priest in Midian was very pleased with Moses, and the priest gave his daughter, an Ethiopian woman, to Moses. Moses named his son Gershom, because Moses said, “I have been a stranger in a strange land” (Exodus 2:16-22). Why did he say this? Because this was his first time meeting people outside the lifestyle he was use to. Moses grew in Pharaoh's house for 40 years!...
Here is a map that roughly shows the spread of Noah's children.

Japheth, Shem, and HamRight: Japheth, Shem, and Ham (division of the earth into upper, middle, and lower regions)

When Moses fled from Egypt, he went south, further into Africa, and eventually marry's this woman from Ethiopia. Both black people but the cultures were very different.
Later on Moses gets a visitation from God and one of the miracles that God performed, was when Moses’ hands became leprous as snow (With the right people in mind, hopefully you’re now seeing this miracle with a better understanding). In Hollywood, when they showed the old Moses movie (The Ten Commandments), I wonder why they left out the leprosy miracle… Hmmm, maybe that miracle, for a white Moses, wouldn’t really seem like a big deal to the viewers.
The Apostle Paul, who was also an Israelite, spoke Greek to the chief captain. The Chief officer responded, “Canst thou speak Greek?... Art not thou that Egyptian…?” 

The Israelites were fruitful and multiplied in Egypt. The Egyptian records has no evidence of the descendants we see as Jews today, but the Egyptian records has overwhelming evidence of the people the Bible calls Israelites. There were also wall paintings, from the ruined 3rd century synagogue that showed the battle between the Israelites and the Palestinians, when they were fighting for the possession of the Ark of the Covenant. The paintings showed Israelites as a race of black people. There are many archeological findings of the Israelites. The reason why it’s not taught to our children is because Satan is doing his best to keep God’s chosen people in a curst lifestyle. For many years, Christians who’ve been taught to bless Israel, has been supporting many charities for Israel, but they have been deceived into a lie. The hidden agenda of these supports was to support the leaders who were so called Jews, even though they were, and still are synagogues of Satan.
Does it really matter? Do we need to know the color of their (the real Israelites) skin? What do you think?
Yes it does matter! How are you going to pray for the people of Israel when you can’t even recognize them?!... Hello!
“If I have told you EARTHLY things (that history and more importantly the Bible proves to be right), and ye believe not, how shall ye believe, if I tell you of heavenly things?” (John 3:12)

Lamentation 5 gives us a vivid picture of the Israelites going through afflictions because of the sins of their fathers. Even their skin became “black as an oxen, because of the terrible famine.” If the Jews of the Bible have skin that became black as an oxen, then how can they be white?
White people don’t turn black as oxen. They lack melanin to even turn the lightest shade of brown.

“Are ye not as children of the Ethiopians unto me, O children of Israel? saith the Lord. Have not I brought up Israel out of the land of Egypt?” (Amos 9:7)

“Their visage is blacker than a coal; they are not known in the streets: their skin cleaveth to their bones; it is withered, it is become like a stick” (Lamentations 4:8).
Visage relates to a person’s facial features. Again, if the Jews in the Bible have facial features blacker than coal, how are they white? No matter how much you may afflict a white person, their skin wouldn’t turn black as coal.

“My skin is black upon me, and my bones are burned with heat.” (Job 30:30)

Now some might say, ”Well, it’s just an expression, the scriptures is not really showing us that these were black men.”

 “Now there were in the church that was at Antioch certain prophets and teachers; as Barnabas, and Simeon that was called Niger.” (Acts 13:1)
Niger- Strong’s concordance- 3526: Black.

For those who are doubting what I’m saying, Act 13:1 should be an eye opener for you. If it's not, then you're just choosing to believe a lie. Do you really think this is just an expression? Come on now... The scripture is plainly telling you that people was calling Barnabas a black man(Niger).

Now you might say, "well the scriptures didn't call all of them niger." This is true, but remember, the only people that had the scriptures at this time, were ALL Israelites. The reason why the gentiles called Barnabas a niger (black) is because Barnabas was darker than ALL the other Israelites. 

To be continued…

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