“Interracial Marriage” Baptist Preaching (independent, fundamental, KJV sermon)

Now, Numbers 12 beginning verse number one,
the bible reads, ” And Miriam and Aaron spake against Moses because of the Ethiopian woman
whom he had married: for he had married an Ethiopian woman, and they said, Hath the Lord
indeed spoken only by Moses? hath he not spoken also by us? And the Lord heard it.
(Now the man Moses was very meek, above all the men which were upon the face of the earth.)
And the Lord spake suddenly unto Moses, and unto Aaron, and unto Miriam, Come out ye three
unto the tabernacle of the congregation. And they three came out. And the Lord came down
in the pillar of the cloud, and stood in the door of the tabernacle, and called Aaron and
Miriam: and they both came forth. And he said, Hear now my words: If there be a prophet among
you, I the Lord will make myself known unto him in a vision, and will speak unto him in
a dream. My servant Moses is not so, who is faithful
in all mine house. With him will I speak mouth to mouth, even apparently, and not in dark
speeches; and the similitude of the Lord shall he behold: wherefore then were ye not afraid
to speak against my servant Moses? And the anger of the Lord was kindled against them;
and he departed. And the cloud departed from off the tabernacle; and, behold, Miriam became
leprous, white as snow: and Aaron looked upon Miriam, and, behold, she was leprous. And
Aaron said unto Moses, Alas, my lord, I beseech thee, lay not the sin upon us, wherein we
have done foolishly, and wherein we have sinned. Let her not be as one dead, of whom the flesh
is half consumed when he cometh out of his mother’s womb. And Moses cried unto the Lord,
saying, Heal her now, O God, I beseech thee. And the Lord said unto Moses, If her father
had but spit in her face, should she not be ashamed seven days? let her be shut out from
the camp seven days, and after that let her be received in again. And Miriam was shut
out from the camp seven days: and the people journeyed not till Miriam was brought in again.
And afterward the people removed from Hazeroth, and pitched in the wilderness of Paran.”
What I want to preach about this morning is the subject of interracial marriage, interracial
marriage. I’ve never done a whole sermon on this, but there’s so much in the bible on
this subject that it’s a great subject for a sermon. There’s a lot of misunderstanding
out there, and a lot of false doctrine out there on this subject.
This is a great example right here where we have Moses marrying an Ethiopian woman. When
Moses marries this Ethiopian woman, his brother and sister are very angry at him. Now obviously,
an Ethiopian is a very black person, and Moses an Israelite, and he was often mistaken for
an Egyptian. We could figure that if Moses was mistaken for an Egyptian, by the way,
Joseph was mistaken for an Egyptian, and even the apostle Paul in the New Testament was
mistaken for an Egyptian, we can figure that probably the Israelites in bible times, probably
looked similar to Egyptians. Basically, they’re brown people. If you look
at all Egyptian artwork and everything, you can tell that they’re not black, but they’re
not white either. They’re basically brown. You’d look at that and maybe get an idea of
the type of look that Moses had. For whatever reason, Aaron and Miriam are angry at Moses
because he’s married an Ethiopian woman, and that makes them angry, and they start to speak
against Moses. Then basically, God judges them.
Now, there’s nothing in chapter that rebukes Moses for what he’s done or corrects Moses
for what he’s done. In fact, I’m going to show you from the bible this morning that
there is nothing in the bible from Genesis to Revelation that condemns so-called interracial
marriage, nothing in this whole book. Yet, many people will teach for commandments the
doctrines of men. They believe it’s wrong, they have a problem with it for whatever reason,
and then they’ll try to impose that opinion on someone else even though there’s no scripture
to back that up. Let’s go back to the very beginning, Genesis
10, and let’s try to understand this subject biblically. First of all, let me just point
out to you that the word “race” is never found in the bible, except for to talk about someone
running a race, which is obviously [inaudible 00:04:04] but the concept of there being different
races on this earth is not a biblical concept. Now, the bible does talk about there being
nationalities, talks about there being families. It talks about kindreds and tribes, but it
does not ever talk about there being a race. You say, “Well, what’s the difference, Pastor
Anderson?” There’s a big difference, and I’ll show you the difference.
Those who do believe in this race theory would point to the three sons of Noah often and
say, “Shem, Ham, and Japheth represent the three races: the White, the Brown and the
Black.” This is what people will say who believe in this. They’ll point to that and say, “That’s
the major divisions of mankind.” You’ll even hear people use terms like Semitic, coming
from the name of the person Shem or Hamitic or whatever.
Look if you would at Genesis 10 and look at verse number 31. It says, “These are the sons
of Shem, after their families, after their tongues, in their lands, after their nations.”
Verse 32, “These are the families of the sons of Noah, after their generations, in their
nations: and by these were the nations divided in the earth after the flood.” At the end
of Genesis 10, we see how the nations were divided after the flood.
Now, back up if you would to verse number 25. The bible says in Genesis 10:25, “And
unto Eber were born two sons: the name of one was Peleg; for in his days was the earth
divided; and his brother’s name was Joktan.” Let me just break this down to you, and this
is all by way of introduction, but here in Genesis 10:25, we have a guy named Peleg,
and the bible says that he received the name Peleg because in his days, the earth was divided.
Now, what does it mean that the earth was divided? Well, just a few verses later in
31 and 32, he talks about the nations at the end of verse 32, divided in the earth after
the flood. You see, often when the bible uses the word “world” or the “earth”, he’s not
talking about the soil. He’s actually talking about the people who live in the world. Like
when the bible says, “God so loved the world, he gave his only begotten son,” it’s not saying
he loved the planet; it’s saying that he loved the people in the world, right?
When the bible says, “O earth, hear the word of the Lord,” he’s not speaking to the ground.
When he says, “O earth, hear the word of the Lord,” he’s talking about the people in the
earth. When the bible talks about in verse 25, the earth being divided, it’s talking
about the people in the earth being divided. If we actually go by the context of the passage,
a few verses later, he says, “The nations are divided. The earth is divided. The nations
are divided.” Let’s read Genesis 11 to get an idea of what
this is talking about. Look at verse one, “And the whole earth was of one language,
and of one speech.” Again, notice. The whole, what? The whole earth was united. Notice earth
there referring to the people. Why would earth be referring to something else in 10:25? Doesn’t
make any sense. Look at verse number two. It says, ” And it
came to pass, as they journeyed,” talking about all the people in the earth, “from the
east, that they found a plain in the land of Shinar; and they dwelt there. And they
said one to another, Go to, let us make brick, and burn them thoroughly. And they had brick
for stone, and slime had they for morter. And they said, Go to, let us build us a city
and a tower, whose top may reach unto heaven; and let us make us a name, lest we be scattered
abroad upon the face of the whole earth.” What we see here is that all of mankind is
united. They all speak the same language. Not only that, they have a desire to stay
together, and they’re very unified, and talking about how they’re one people, “We’re going
to make a name for us. We’re going to make a city for us. We don’t want to be scattered.”
Now, this was not God’s plan. God actually wanted them to be scattered over the face
of the earth. God actually wanted them to fill the entire earth, and to be separated
into different nations and different languages and different families. Of course, God comes
down at the Tower of Babel, and he confounds their languages.
Let’s just read the story quickly, but it says in verse five, ” And the Lord came down
to see the city and the tower, which the children of men builded. And the Lord said, Behold,
the people is one, and they have all one language; and this they begin to do: and now nothing
will be restrained from them, which they have imagined to do. Go to, let us go down, and
there confound their language, that they may not understand one another’s speech. So the
Lord scattered them abroad from thence upon the face of all the earth: and they left off
to build the city. Therefore is the name of it called Babel; because the Lord did there
confound the language of all the earth: and from thence did the Lord scatter them abroad
upon the face of all the earth.” Now, why did God not like what they were doing?
Why did God scattered them across the face of the earth? The bible is teaching here,
he did not like the tower that they were building. That tower that they were building, the Tower
of Babel is a picture of man trying to work his way to heaven or make his own way to heaven.
That’s what it symbolizes because they said, “Let’s build a tower whose top may reach unto
heaven.” They’re trying to build this tower, man working
his way unto heaven, obviously was futile, right? Can you really make a tower that’s
going to reach all the way to heaven? Okay, but guess what? You can’t work your way to
heaven either. It’s just as futile when you think that being a good person is going to
get you to heaven or living a good life, doing good things.
The bible says, “For by grace are ye saved through faith; and that not of yourselves:
it is the gift of God: Not of works, lest any man should boast.” No matter how hard
we work or how hard we try, just like that tower is going to come short, we’ve all sinned
and come short of the glory of God. We’re not going to be able to make it.
When you look at the story, here’s what I want to point out. The bible says that that
guy’s name was Peleg because in his days, the earth was divided. It’s very clear from
the context that he’s referring to this event at the Tower of Babel when the earth was divided,
and the people were sent there separate ways. If we go down further in chapter 11, there’s
a little genealogy given. Look at verse 10, “These are the generations of Shem: Shem was
an hundred years old, and begat Arphaxad two years after the flood: And Shem lived after
he begat Arphaxad five hundred years, and begat sons and daughters. And Arphaxad lived
five and thirty years, and begat Salah,” and on and on the genealogy goes.
Well, if we go down in the genealogy to Peleg, you will find that Peleg was born 101 years
after the flood. Did you hear that? 101 years later if you do the math. It went Shem, Arphaxad,
Salah, Eber, Peleg, and you had those four generations: Arphaxad, Salah, Eber and Peleg,
four generations taking place after the flood in a space of 101 years.
You know what that tells me? That tells me that Shem, Ham, and Japheth, and all their
descendants were united for 101 years after the flood. If Shem, Ham, and Japheth’s descendants
were all united for 101 years after the flood, and we had three, four, five generations of
childbearing, people are having kids together, you know what that tells me? That that means
that all three of those nationalities or all three of those families were mixed in the
first, second, third, and fourth generation. How can you sit there and say, “Oh, these
people on the planet, they descent purely from Shem. These people descent purely from
Japheth. These descent purely from ham.” How can you even say that when they spent 100
years mixing with each other? Over the course of four generations, they’re going to become
completely intermingled. Not only that, but you say, “Well, no. Shem
…” Look, when you’re getting off the ark, you’re not going to marry your sister; you’re
going to marry your cousin. Think about it. I mean, if you’re getting off that ark, you’re
more likely if you’re a child of Shem, you’re looking at the daughters of Japheth and Ham
than to marry your own sister. Obviously, they’re marrying their cousins.
Obviously, there’s no division for 101 years. They’re all saying, “We have one name. We
have one city. We have one tower. We’re one nation. We don’t want to be divided. Oh, but
let’s only marry in our own families.” Is that what you see in this passage? No.
This whole theory of Shem, Ham, and Japheth being three separate races is a complete fallacy.
It’s a fraud. It’s not biblical. It doesn’t make any biblical sense because you have people
intermarrying. Now, all throughout and I’m going to get into
a lot of bible this morning, but I just want to explain a few concepts first of all. All
throughout the bible, you have genealogies, and these genealogies that are found in the
bible, they primarily only talk about the men in that genealogy. We go down through
the list here of who begat who. Usually, the women are not listed. Usually, only the men
are list, right? It will say that basically, Shem begat Arphaxad, and Arphaxad begat Salah,
and Salah begat Eber, and Eber begat Peleg, and that’s all you get.
Let me explain something to you. That does not tell you anything about someone’s ethnicity
when you have a genealogy that only talks about the men. Now, you might be tempted to
think to yourself, “Oh, if we have a genealogy that only shows the men, we’re only getting
half the story because we’re not knowing about the other half of their ethnicity.”
Oh, no. You’re not getting half of the story; you’re getting a thousandth of the story.
Let me prove to you why. I’m going to show you on the board. Let’s say this is you at
the bottom. Then let’s say you’ve got your mother and father. Here’s your mother, here’s
your father. Then they have a father and a mother. Then they have a father and a mother.
Then they have father, mother. This is as nice as my other chart, I know. Doing this
one on the fly. Basically, we got mother, father. We got mother,
father. This is only going back three generations. That’s it. One, two, three generations. Very
limited, right? How many people do I have at the top here in this generation? Eight
people, right? Let’s say I did a genealogy where I just went with my dad. Steven who
was the son of Raymond, who was the son of Dwayne, who was the son of Gustav.
Am I getting half the story of my ethnicity here? I’m getting one-eighth of the story,
right? If I went back four generations, I get one-sixteenth. If I went back in my own
genealogy and I said, “Steven Anderson is the son of Raymond, who is the son of Dwayne,
who is the son of Gustav, who is the son of Gustav, who is the son of Adolf. Different
Adolf, folks. Anyway, if I already go back through like
that and go back six generations, you know what that genealogy would tell you? You’d
say, “Oh, I know everything about Pastor Anderson’s ethnicity because I saw this genealogy that
went back hundreds of years, that he’s of Raymond, of Dwayne, of Gustav, of Gustav,
of Adolf.” You know what that tells you? That tells you about one-sixty-fourth of my nationality.
That means I could be 63, 64 something completely different, and you think that you know or
you look at someone’s last name and say, “Oh, that means that you’re Jewish,” or “That means
you’re German,” or “That means you’re French.” It could be telling you that they’re one-one
millionth Sweden. Not mentioning the women in the genealogy,
it doesn’t just tell you half of the story of the ethnicity, it tells you almost nothing
about the ethnicity. It tells you a tiny fraction of the ethnicity because all the women in
each generation branch out into all these different branches that would make the genealogy
much more complicated. You say, “Well, Pastor Anderson, then why
did God not include genealogies like that in the bible that show all the different branches?”
You know why? Because God doesn’t care about our ethnicity. If ethnicity mattered, then
God would have to show us who people’s mother is in the bible. The reason that he shows
just the father is because it’s just a legal thing. It’s just a national thing. It’s just
who people identify with. When people get married, the wife takes her
husband’s name, the children take their father’s name. I’m an Anderson, my children are Andersons,
their children are going to be Andersons, the boys. The girls are going to marry someone
and take on their identity. The kids are going to be named after that. It’s just an identifier
of who people are and where their family come from. It’s not about race. It’s not about
ethnicity because genealogy can’t tell you that. It can’t tell you that.
Now, let’s go to the genealogy of Jesus. Go to Matthew 1. Now, there are two genealogies
of Jesus. There’s the genealogy of Matthew 1 which is the genealogy of Joseph, and then
there’s the genealogy in Luke 3 which gives the genealogy of Mary. So we get a genealogy
of both Joseph and Mary. Now, Joseph is not the father of Jesus Christ,
but he was basically, I guess you could call it a stepfather. He’s there raising him. Basically,
the bible says he was supposed by society to be the son of Joseph. “As was supposed,”
the bible says he was the son of Joseph because that’s what people thought because they didn’t
know that Jesus was born of a virgin. If you think about that, I wonder how many
other people there are who are supposed to be of a certain father that really aren’t,
people who’ve been adopted or maybe who’s committed adultery. That’s why going through
a genealogy can’t really tell you the exact ethnicity of someone. Let’s look at the genealogy
of Jesus found in the first chapter of the New Testament.
By the way, the last genealogy ever found in the bible is Jesus’ genealogy because that’s
the only one that matters because today, genealogies don’t matter. The bible says, “Avoid genealogy.
We’re in Christ is all that matter.” Look at what it says in verse two, ” Abraham
begat Isaac; and Isaac begat Jacob; and Jacob begat Judas and his brethren; And Judas begat
Phares and Zara,” watch this, “of Thamar;” This is the first woman who’s mentioned in
the genealogy. Let’s go ahead and … I’m going to underline these in my bible as we
go. I’m going to underline Thamar in verse three as being the first woman who’s mentioned.
“And Phares begat Esrom; and Esrom begat Aram; And Aram begat Aminadab; and Aminadab begat
Naasson; and Naasson begat Salmon; And Salmon begat Booz of Rachab.” Let’s underline Rachab
as being another person who is a woman in the genealogy mentioned. “And Booz begat Obed
of Ruth.” There’s another woman, right? “And Obed begat Jesse; And Jesse begat David the
king; and David the king begat Solomon,” watch this, “of her that had been the wife of Urias,”
that’s Bathsheba. So let’s underline her. “And Solomon begat Roboam; and Roboam begat
Abia; and Abia begat Asa; And Asa begat Josaphat; and Josaphat begat Joram; and Joram begat
Ozias; And Ozias begat Joatham; and Joatham begat Achaz; and Achaz begat Ezekias,” and
on and on the list goes. let me just point out a few things about this
genealogy. First of all, this gives us a little tiny ethnic picture of who Jesus is because
it’s only giving one family line. God does sprinkle in a few women’s names that gives
us a little more info. Okay. Well, here are the women that are mentioned: Thamar, Rachab,
Ruth, and Bathsheba. Those are the four women that are mentioned.
Two of them are foreigners. Two of the four are for sure foreigners because Rachab was
of the Canaanites, and Ruth was a Moabite. We have two of the people in Christ’s genealogy
that are not Israelites, that are not Hebrews, that are of foreign descent.
Now, the other two, Thamar and Bathsheba were probably also foreign as well because Bathsheba
was married to Uriah, the Hittite. So chances are, if she’s married to a Hittite, she very
likely could have been a Hittite. We don’t know for sure. We know that of course, Thamar
was given unto Judah’s son when they were in the land of the Canaanites and intermarrying
with the Canaanites. Therefore, even in the genealogy of Christ
when he just happens to bring up a few women that are significant characters of the Old
Testament that we will know who they are, and not just list women who we don’t know
who they are, 50% of them are for sure foreign. So did Jesus Christ just have this pure genealogy,
just purely Israelite, just purely Jew? Now, I realized that this is not Jesus’ physical
genealogy because it’s through Joseph, but wait a minute. If we go over to Luke 3, we’re
not going to do it for sake of time, we could go to Luke 3 and guess what? The genealogies
converge at David because Mary and Joseph were both descendant from David.
Then these people would still apply. Rachab, Ruth would still apply. The two foreigners
would still be there, so even in Jesus’ physical genealogy, not just his legal genealogy through
Joseph. What I’m trying to say is that this idea of just racial purity and everybody’s
just pure White, and pure Jewish, and pure Black, and pure of this, it’s a total myth.
It does not exist, and it never has existed. This idea of Shem, Ham, and Japheth being
three races, White, Black, and Brown just simply doesn’t exist.
Go back if you would to … Let’s go back to Deuteronomy 7. I got a lot I want to cover,
and I have very little time. So let me just crank through some facts here. Go to Deuteronomy
7. While you’re turning there, let me just point out some things about the Israelites.
There were 12 tribes of Israel, the 12 sons of Jacob. One of those sons, Judah, was the
one who became the ancestor of the Lord Jesus Christ.
Judah married a Canaanitish woman. That right there is a mingling of the Jews with the Canaanites.
Then we have Joseph, another one of the main 12 patriarchs. He married an Egyptian woman.
Right away, even the children of Israel were mixing in with other nationalities immediately.
now, go to Deuteronomy 7 because this is what a lot of people will point to to try to say
that interracial marriage is wrong. There’s nothing they can point to in the New Testament,
of course, but they try to take stuff from the Old Testament and en suit it to their
needs. Look at verse one. It says, ” When the Lord thy God shall bring thee into the
land whither thou goest to possess it, and hath cast out many nations before thee,” notice
the emphasis on the word “nations”, “the Hittites, and the Girgashites, and the Amorites, and
the Canaanites, and the Perizzites, and the Hivites, and the Jebusites, seven nations
greater and mightier than thou; And when the Lord thy God shall deliver them before thee;
thou shalt smite them, and utterly destroy them; thou shalt make no covenant with them,
nor shew mercy unto them: Neither shalt thou make marriages with them; thy daughter thou
shalt not give unto his son, nor his daughter shalt thou take unto thy son.”
Look, he explains to us why. Look at verse four, “For they will turn away thy son from
following me, that they may serve other gods: so will the anger of the Lord be kindled against
you, and destroy thee suddenly. But thus shall ye deal with them; ye shall destroy their
altars, and break down their images, and cut down their groves, and burn their graven images
with fire. For thou art an holy people unto the Lord thy God: the Lord thy God hath chosen
thee to be a special people unto himself, above all people that are upon the face of
the earth.” Now, some people will try to take this. Flip
over to Deuteronomy 26. Some people will try to take that and say, “Oh, when God says you’re
his special people, he means racially. He means ethnically, and he doesn’t want them
to mingle that race or mingle that ethnicity with these other nationalities.” That’s not
what that scripture is teaching. He said, “Don’t mix with these particular
heathen nations because you don’t want to end up worshiping their gods.” That’s the
problem. Now, the proof of this, and I don’t have time to repreach this, but a couple of
weeks ago, I demonstrated this on a Sunday night how over and over again the bible talks
about the stranger or the foreigner, and he’s always contrasted with him that is born in
the land. He says, “The stranger is the same as the
one that’s born in the land.” I showed you just verse after verse the other night where
it said, “Born in the country, born in the country, born in the land, born in the land,
born in the land.” The bible said over and over again that if a stranger would come to
Israel, get circumcised and keep the Passover, he becomes a part of the nation. He becomes
an Israelite. His children that are born in the land are full-pledged citizens.
So that means if a Black guy from Ethiopia in the Old Testament came to Israel, got circumcised,
kept the Passover, he was considered a full-pledged member of the nation of Israel. That’s what
the bible says repeatedly over and over again. Now, I just want to show you where I had you
turn there in Deuteronomy … What chapter I have you turned to? Deuteronomy 26 and verse
number five, it says, “Thou shalt speak and say before the Lord thy God, A Syrian ready
to perish was my father, and he went down into Egypt, and sojourned there with a few,
and became there a nation, great, mighty, and populous.”
Right there, we learned the nationality of Abraham, don’t we? Because Abraham is the
father of Israel. If he’s the father of the Jews, what was Abraham’s nationality? What
was he? Syrian, but let me ask you something. Were are the Syrians in the Old Testament,
what about all the other Syrians, were they God’s chosen people in the Old Testament,
the Syrians? No. Why not? They have the same race, same ethnicity as Abraham, right? They’re
Syrian. Abraham is Syrian. They’re Syrian. It wasn’t ever about race; it was about the
fact that they were worshiping the Lord. That’s what made them special people. It was the
fact that they were circumcised and following the covenant of the Lord God. That’s what
made them special. It wasn’t their race that made them special. It wasn’t their ethnicity
that made them special. That’s why people in Esther 8:17 could become Jews because it
wasn’t about ethnicity, that’s why. It was just about whether or not they worship the
Lord. When God says, “Don’t marry these nations
because they’re going to get you to worship their gods,” that’s what he’s trying to preserve,
the religion. He’s not trying to preserve the ethnicity. That’s why nowhere in the New
Testament will you find a commandment that says, “Hey, don’t marry people that are of
a different ethnicity, but you will find a scripture that says, “Be not unequally yoked
together with unbelievers. For what fellowship hath righteousness with unrighteousness, and
what communion hath light with darkness?” When he says light with darkness, he’s not
talking about the color of your skin. He’s saying light with darkness like evil. He says,
“What concord hath Christ with Belial or what part hath he that believeth with an infidel?
What agreement hath the temple of God with idols”
Now, go back to Song of Solomon, if you would. Song of Solomon, and let me just give you
a quick review of what we’ve learned so far. First of all, we learned that there being
three races on this earth, White, Black, and Brown, depending on whether you’re of Ham,
Shem, and Japheth is not real because of the fact that all three mixed in the first three
or four generations. So we all descent from all three.
Every single person on this planet descends from Ham, Shem, and Japheth, all of them.
Not only that but we showed how God actually became angry with Moses’ siblings when they
rebuked him for marrying the Ethiopian. God never said, “Hey, he shouldn’t have married
the Ethiopian but you shouldn’t …” No. He just got mad at them. There was no rebuke
to Moses. Then we showed that the commandment not to
marry other nations given unto the Israelites was so that they would not worship other gods.
Then if I had time, I could show you all the places that talk about people coming in from
other nations and becoming a part of Israel, joining the nation. Once the males were circumcised,
they could all be married, they could all join the group, and be part of Israel.
Here’s what’s interesting in Song of Solomon because a lot of people will point to Song
of Solomon 5 to try to say, “Hey, you know, the ancient Israelites were White people.
They were just totally White.” Look at Song of Solomon 5:9. It says, “What is thy beloved
more than another beloved, O thou fairest among women? what is thy beloved more than
another beloved, that thou dost so charge us?” Here’s what she says about her beloved
in Song of Solomon. “My beloved is white and ruddy, the chiefest among ten thousand. His
head is as the most fine gold, his locks are bushy, and black as a raven.”
They’ll take this and they’ll say, “See right there. The ancient Israelites were White people
with black hair.” Boom! There it is with Solomon. Hold on a second. If you’re going to take
it that literally, go to chapter one, and look at what the woman says. So Solomon’s
white, right? Look at what it says in Song of Solomon 1:5. This is what the woman is
saying. “I am black, but comely, O ye daughters of Jerusalem, as the tents of Kedar, as the
curtains of Solomon.” If you’re going to go by that, then basically
you say, “Okay. I guess Song of Solomon is a love story about a white guy and a black
girl.” Here’s the thing though. If you look at the context or look at the next verse,
it says, “Look not upon me, because I am black, because the sun hath looked upon me.” Now,
what is she saying there? She’s not necessarily saying that she’s a black person like that
she was of Ethiopian or African descent. She’s saying she’s black because she’s been in the
sun a lot. What does the sun do to your skin? It darkens it. It tans it.
Now, here’s the thing. If you’re a really, really white person, the sun doesn’t make
you black. You know what I mean? If you’re really white, and I’m not really the whitest
person of all time, but I’m pretty white. I can go in the sun all the time and nobody’s
going to say I’m black. Who’s the whitest person here? If we found
the whitest person in this room, you could put them in the sun as much as you want and
they’re never going to turn … or anybody could even … even just exaggeratingly calling
them black. Here’s the thing. People that are brown, people
that are like a light brown or whatever, if they go in the sun, they’ll get a lot darker.
I remember, we had this Hispanic guy at our church in Sacramento, and he wasn’t that dark.
Then he got a job as a roofer. So he’s just up on the roof in the sun all day, and the
guy turned black. He looked like an African by the time he was done with a summer of roofing.
I mean, he turned black. You could see, “Okay. The son looked upon him, and now he’s black.”
If you just use a little common sense here, you’d realize that the ancient Israelites
are probably brown people that if they spend a lot of time indoors because they’re royalty,
because they’re living an easy life, they’re probably going to be lighter skin. Then the
ones that are out in the field working all day are probably going to become darker, but
they’re probably neither white nor black. They’re probably in between.
Just because you have one white guy that looks White, you can’t just say, “Oh, they’re all
White,” or “They’re all Black.” It doesn’t matter, but people want to just go through
and find proof text to try to prove. Then there’s a whole movement out there today to
want to prove that the Jews and the Hebrews, they’re Black.
I mean, have you ever heard of the Black Hebrew Israelites? We run into them out soul-winning.
They’re basically Black people with a star of David around their neck, and they’re like,
“Jesus was Black, and the 12 patriarchs were Black, and Moses were Black, and they’re all
Black. They all have …” because it said Jesus’ hair was like wool. They say, “That
means he was black because Jesus’ hair was like wool,” but what [inaudible 00:32:36]
forget is that it says Jesus’ hair was white like wool.
You see, it’s ridiculous to try to go back and forth. It’s silly to try to prove that
Jesus was White. It’s silly to try to prove that he was Black. Guess what? It doesn’t
matter. If God wanted us to know, he would have told us. You know what? All pictures
of Jesus are a fraud. You say, “Is the Black Jesus a fraud?” Yes, but so is the White Jesus.
They’re all a fraud. The Brown Jesus is a fraud. Every picture of Jesus is a fraud.
God doesn’t want us to have pictures of Jesus. This is a picture of Jesus. Read the word
of God and figure out who Jesus is. Jesus is the word made flesh.
You know what? God didn’t tell us every physical characteristic because he didn’t want us to
worship that physical characteristic. If the bible told us that Jesus was White, then we’d
go around, “Well, we’re White, so we’re better than everybody else,” or “Oh, Jesus was Black.
See, yeah, the Black people are the true Israelites. We’re better than everybody else.”
Let me tell you something. People that are racist, it goes both ways. White people get
the wrap for being racist. Just by being a White man in America, I’m automatically racist,
no matter what I say or do. I can go out soul-winning, and I’ve had people mouth off to me and start
yelling at me and calling me a racist before I even said anything to them just because
you’re White. I said, “How do you know that’s what I believe?” They’re like, “Because you’re
White.” What I’m saying is racism goes both ways because
if you study your bible, and let’s look at a couple of scriptures on this. Go to Acts
10:28, Acts 10:28, and once you get your finger in Acts 10:28, go to Genesis 43, Genesis 43.
Genesis 43 and Acts 10. Look at Acts 10:28. The bible says, “He said unto them, Ye know
how that it is an unlawful thing for a man that is a Jew to keep company, or come unto
one of another nation; but God hath shewed me that I should not call any man common or
unclean.” Now, when he says unlawful, he’s not talking
about the laws of the bible or the laws of God. What he’s actually talking about is just
the laws that the Jews had at that time. They’re telling him that he can’t have company with
people that are Gentiles. Look at chapter 11 verse three. This is where
they’re rebuking Peter saying, “Thou wentest in to men uncircumcised, and didst eat with
them.” They have this law that says, “Hey, don’t eat with the Gentiles,” but God showed
them not to call any man common or unclean. Now, look at Genesis 43 and verse 32. This
is where Joseph is in Egypt and his 11 brethren come to see him. What does it say in verse
32? “And they set on for him by himself, and for them by themselves, and for the Egyptians,
which did eat with him, by themselves: because the Egyptians might not eat bread with the
Hebrews; for that is an abomination unto the Egyptians.”
Here, we have the Egyptians saying, “It’s an abomination for us to eat with Hebrews.”
Then in Acts, you’ve got the Hebrews saying, “Well, it’s abomination for us to eat with
Egyptians or to eat with anybody else.” So it goes both ways. Do you see that?
There are people on this world who have an attitude where they think that their nationality
and their ethnicity or their race is better than everyone else’s, okay? It’s not just
White people that have that attitude. It’s people of all nationalities that could glory
and take pride in being Black, White, Hispanic, Asian, whatever. That is not a biblical concept.
God never taught us to take pride in our nationality or our ethnicity.
He said, “Let him the glory of glory in the Lord.” He said, “In Christ, there is neither
Jew nor Gentile.” He said, “If you’re in Christ, you’re Abraham’s seed and heirs according
to the promise. Let him the glory of glory in the Lord. Don’t glory in the flesh,” but
people brag about their ethnicity. It’s funny because I guarantee you that people are not
the ethnicity that they think they are. People are not the ethnicity that they really
think they are because first of all, I just demonstrated how a genealogy can show such
a limited part of the story. Let alone the fact that your parents and grandparents and
great grandparents will lie to you about what ethnicity you are often. Maybe not even lie
to you, but just be wrong about it themselves because nobody knows.
Recently, I got my DNA tested for a documentary that we’re doing. The guy told us at the DNA
lab, he said, “Prepare to be shocked because …” he said, “… everyone’s surprised when
they do it because everybody thinks they’re just one thing.” It comes back with all this
stuff, and people are blown away by it. Not only that, but my parents, both my parents
got their DNA checked. You want to know the truth about my ethnicity? You want to know
what I really am? I am a Black, Chinese, White, Indian, I mean, a Moroccan, Arab, Jew. That’s
what I am. Honestly, I’ve got a certificate hanging in my office to prove it.
Seriously, I mean, when I checked my ethnicity on my dad’s side, my dad is where I had a
lot of Black African on his side. He didn’t see that coming. Here’s what I’ve been told
my whole life, “Oh, you’re Swedish …” This is what I’m told my whole life, “You’re Swedish,
you’re Danish, English, Irish.” That’s all I’ve ever heard. Sweden, Denmark, England,
Ireland, I mean, totally White, totally Scandinavian, totally Germanic person.
Yeah, none of that came up on the DNA, hardly at all. There’s almost nothing. You know what
came up over and over again? Do you where my Whiteness comes from? Polish and Russian.
None of that. I’ve never been told in my life, “You’re Polish.” Never, but yet, my mom’s
DNA was like, “Polish, Polish, Polish, Polish, Polish, Polish.” My dad had a bunch of Polish,
Russian. Never heard of being Russian. French, never heard of that.
Swedish wasn’t even found anywhere in the DNA. No Swedish even came up even once. If
you look at the map, Poland is right next to Sweden. Probably the people from Poland
were living up in Sweden. They’re right next to each other. Then you know what else I had
a ton of in my ancestry? A ton of Spanish, but I’m told my whole life, “Oh, you’re English,
English, English, English,” but when you look at the DNA, it’s Spanish because guess what
country is right near England? Spain. Obviously, Spanish people living in England,
you’d think, “Oh, they’re English,” because when you’re a Spanish person living in England,
guess what you tell people? “I’m English.” When you’re seven-eighth Spanish and one-eighth
English, and you’re living in England, you’re English. When you’re fifteen-sixteenth Polish
and one-sixteenth Swedish, and you’re living in Sweden, guess what you are? You’re Swedish.
We’re Swedish. We’ve always been Swedish. People change their name when they change
countries to try to fit in. Burzynski becomes Berzins or whatever. People change their name.
I don’t know if that’s true or not, but that’s my theory. That’s my theory about that. I’m
just saying, when you switch countries, people will often change their name just to try to
fit in. Then somebody looking later says, “Oh, yeah. Well, look at their last name.
You can tell exactly.” That tells you nothing. On my mom’s side, she had every kind of Asian
mixed in from Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Filipino. It was all represented on my mom’s side. On
my dad’s side, all these countries in sub-Saharan African. Both sides had Arab, Egyptian, and
all kinds of stuff. I mean, I had Australian people in there. I mean, every continent was
represented. My question is then, how can people sit there
and even have this attitude of saying, “Oh, we need to keep our race pure.” It’s too late.
It’s too late for me. Save yourself. No, I’m just kidding. I’m just saying, it’s too late
for me. I’m a mixture of everything. Then my wife, she’s thinking, “Yeah, you’re
this mongrel. You’re from the United States, this melting pot.” I checked her DNA just
to take her off her high horse. No, I’m just kidding because my wife is this blonde-headed
woman, blonde hair, blue eyes, half-German, half-Hungarian.
I mean, isn’t that simple? Half-German, half-Hungarian. The DNA, German was number 48 out of 50 on
her nationalities. German was found at number 48. Hungarian wasn’t even on there. It was
Hungarian-Jew was what was on there. What I’m saying is you run into people who
hate this nationality, and they hate that nationality. I guarantee you if they got their
DNA checked, they would have what they hate probably mixed in, seriously, because even
sometimes, Asians, they hate other Asians, like the Chinese hate the Japanese or hate
the Korean or hate the Filipino. Here’s the thing. I guarantee you if any of
them got checked, they’re going to have it all. If a Chinese person went down there,
they’re going to have Japanese, Korean, everything mixed in. We’re all mixed. I had Native American
in me. I had tons of Hispanic, Black, Asian, a little bit of White mixed in. No, I’m just
kidding. No, I have a lot of White mixed in. I’m saying, this whole idea of separate races,
it’s bogus. It doesn’t make any sense. Now, you say, “Wait a minute, Pastor Anderson,”
and these are some of the arguments that I’ve heard to say that interracial marriage is
wrong. First of all, I’ve seen the argument that said, “Well, the children of Israel weren’t
supposed to marry other nationalities, so neither should we.” Of course, they’re taking
that out of the context that number one, anyone of any nationality could become an Israelite,
number one, so that proves it wasn’t about race or ethnicity. Number two, it was in the
context of not worshiping their gods. Another argument I’ve heard people say is
they’ll say, “Well, interracial marriage is wrong because if you start allowing interracial
marriage, everybody is just going to turn brown. Everybody is going to look like Tiger
Woods.” They basically say that if you take … and they use the illustration if you take
the crayons, the eight pack of crayons, you got red, blue, green, yellow. If you mix them
all together, it’s all just brown. Basically, they say, the White race is going
to become extinct. Even Black people will say, “The Black race is going to become extinct
because of all the abortion in the Black community.” By the way, abortion is targeted at the Black
community because it was invented by racists like Margaret Sanger in New Genesis.
They say, “Oh, the Blacks are going to go extinct. The Whites are going to go … Everybody
is just going to be brown person. We’re all going to look the same. We’re going to mix
the DNA. We’re all going to look the same.” This is so ridiculous. If that were true,
it would have already happened by now because we’ve been mixing for 6,300 years. So it would
have already happened. How is it still separate? First of all, here are a couple of reasons
why it’s still separate because it doesn’t take long to go back to if you mix and let’s
say you have a person who’s half-Black, half-White, it doesn’t long for that family to go back
to being Black or White. For example, take Barry Soetoro, also known
as Barrack Obama. Did you know …? Who here did not know that his mother is as white as
snow? Who did not know that? One person, a small child. I’m just kidding. Anyway, his
mom is whiter than I am. His father is Black, his mother is White. So he’s half-Black, half-White,
right? Okay, but he’s married to a Black woman, if it’s a woman. He’s married to a Black woman,
and here’s the thing. The kids look Black. Let’s say they grow up and marry Black men,
and then they have kids that marry Black people. Is anybody ever really going to remember that
they had that White ancestor? They’re just going to look so Black, right? Let’s say,
Barry Soetoro would have married a White woman. Then his kids … some of his kids would have
looked whiter than us. Then let’s say those kids grow up and marry White people, they’d
be totally back to being White people, and nobody would even know that there was ever
a Black person. I didn’t know there’s a Black person in my ancestry, but it’s on my dad’s
DNA. It showed multiple Black ancestors. What I’m saying is that you still … people
still can marry whiter people, marry whiter people, blacker people, and you’re still going
to have all the different variety, and different people that look different. That’s number
one. It doesn’t take long for it to go away, those genes to go away.
For example, my sister is as white as snow, even though she has all the same mixture that
I have. My sister is married to a Hispanic guy who’s very dark. Her and her husband have
some kids that are very brown. A couple of her kids look just 100% white. You would think
that they had a White father and mother. Why? Because that’s just the way genes work.
So no, we’re not all just going to turn into just brown people that all look identical
with each other because we’re all just mixed together, and we’ve just lost any variety
of the way that we look. That’s just ridiculous. Secondly this, that will never happen because
some people have a preference where they’re White, and they want to marry a White person.
Now, let me say this. I’ve spent this whole sermon preaching that it’s okay for people
to marry whatever nationality because we’re all mixed. Did I not preach that this whole
time? So does anybody think that I’m some White supremacist up here, some racist because
I’m not. Now, let me give the other side and say this.
If someone has a preference where they only want to marry a certain race, not that I believe
in race, but if somebody says, “Hey, I’m White. I want to marry a White person,” that’s okay
for them to have that preference, and you should not persecute that person because sometimes,
the persecution goes the other way where if somebody is pressured and told, “Hey, why
aren’t you open to marrying outside of White people?”
You know what? If somebody … Many people have said to me, “You know what? I’m White
and I want to marry a White person,” and I didn’t say, “Oh, you filthy racist. You wicked
scoundrel,” because you know what? That’s okay. So what? I mean, look, what if a guy
just said, “I just want to marry a blonde because I just like blondes,” is that okay?
You don’t think that’s okay? What if somebody just said, “I like redheads.”
Look, I have a friend that’s Black, and he is only open to marrying a Black woman. That’s
what he’s saying. He’s saying he’s not interested in anything except a Black woman. He’s Black,
he wants to marry a Black woman. Is there something wrong with that? No.
Look, this cuts both ways, folks. Don’t try to impose your beliefs on other people when
they’re not biblical. The bible does not say that it’s wrong for you to marry an Ethiopian
or marry Hispanic or marry an Asian or whatever you want to marry, but the bible also doesn’t
say, “Hey, you have to marry, you have to mix, and you have to marry other nationalities.”
Does it say that either? No. If somebody has a preference and says, “I’m
Black, I want to marry Black people,” or a Black person ideally, “I’m White, I want to
marry a White person,” “I’m Chinese, I want to marry a Chinese person,” that’s perfectly
fine. Just get off people’s case. Don’t just say that that makes them a horrible person
if that’s what they think. If somebody has an opinion and said, “Well,
I think that’s better,” that’s fine, as long as it’s just their opinion. It’s okay for
us all to have preferences and opinions. Some people’s opinion might be, “Hey, I think it’s
great to marry all nationalities.” Other people might say, “Hey, I think it’s better to marry
within your own nationality.” You know what? Who cares? Let people have their own opinion,
but don’t try to force it on people as a commandment of God.
Where I’m against it is where people start saying it’s a sin to marry of another race
because you’re adding to the word of God, and you’re teaching for doctrines, the commandments
of men. We should keep preferences in one category, and biblical convictions in another
category, and not mix the two and try to impose our views and impose our opinions on other
people. If some people are comfortable with it, fine.
That’s their prerogative. If other people think it’s great, fine because it’s not a
biblical issue. What we learn from the bible is that we’re all of one blood. The bible
says, “God has made all nations of the earth of one blood.”
What we find from the bible is that we all descend from Shem, Ham, and Japheth. What
we find from the bible is that the colossal difference between me and someone else on
this earth is whether we are saved or unsaved. That is the distinction, Christian and non-Christian.
I would much rather have my children grow up and marry saved Asians, and saved Blacks,
and saved Hispanics than to marry some unsaved Aryan White person. That would be an unequal
yoke. That would be polluting the bloodline right there when they marry an unsaved person.
Again, not trying to impose my beliefs on you. If you say, “Hey, I still don’t like
it. I’m still going to marry my own nationality.” Fine. Go for it, and that should be tolerated.
I’ve said to somebody something and they said, “No, I’m only interested in marrying my own
…” Great, but some people would call you a racist for even thinking that that’s okay.
It’s like, “Good night. Just let people do what they want to do as long as it’s not …” Aren’t
there enough commandments in the bible? If you don’t think there are enough, then come
on Sunday nights and I’ll show you how many hundreds of them there are.
Let me tell you something. There are enough commandments in the bible for us to follow
where we don’t have to start adding man-made commandments and man-made … Why don’t we
worry about keeping all these commandments before we start adding commandments that aren’t
even in the bible and imposing those kind of views on other people?
Then the third and last thing that I want to cover that people will say as a reason
why we should be against interracial marriage, they’ll say, number one because of what was
commanded the Israelites. We already showed that that is legitimate.
Number two, they’ll say, “Well, because it’s like we’re losing the variety. Everybody turns
brown. Everybody is Tiger Woods theory.” They don’t know anything about genetics if they
think that, and they don’t know anything about history.
Then the third thing they’ll say is they’ll say, “Well, you know, by being okay with interracial
marriage, you’re promoting the end times scenario of a global government because you’re trying
to unite humanity like the Tower of Babel.” Here’s the thing. I’m not trying to unite
humanity because I believe that there should be separate nations, but nations don’t have
anything to do with your race or ethnicity. I do believe that we should have separate
languages. I don’t think everybody should speak English in the world.
God divided men based on language. God divided men based on nationality which nationality
has to do also with government, with who is grouped together in a state. For example,
we, today, are Americans. That is our nationality. I was born in America. I am an American.
I definitely don’t go around saying I’m Swedish anymore now that I know that was a big fraud,
but I’m not going to go around saying, “Well, I’m Polish.” You know what my number one ethnicity
is? Moroccan Berber. Number one. I am a North African Moroccan. That’s the number one thing
I am. My sister went online and she found a picture
of a Moroccan Berber that looked a lot like me. She’s like, “This guy looks just like
you. This Moroccan Berber, this is your relative.” She sent me a … The guy was dressed like
Barney Rubble on the Flintstones. He was just living out whatever. He was just like a caveman
because he was in some really backward part of Morocco.
She’s like, “This guy looks just like you.” I’m like, “Yeah. Okay. With that outfit, I
can see that.” They’ll say, “Oh, you’re promoting a one-world government.” Here’s the thing.
Think about Europe for a second. Europe, right? Whether they’re French, German, Polish, Swedish,
they’re all White, but does that mean they’ve been all united throughout history? No. See,
there’s a big difference because people unite along other lines not just, “Oh, we’re both
the same color?” No, that’s not always enough to unite people.
People should be divided based on religion. We shouldn’t unite all religions. We don’t
need to unite all languages into Esperanto. We don’t need to unite all nationalities into
a one-world government. We don’t believe in that.
To say that you’re forwarding the cause of the anti-Christ and the one-world government
by allowing people to marry somebody of the same race is ridiculous, folks, because that’s
not how people have even been historically divided because even throughout Africa, just
because everybody is Black in Africa or parts of Africa, doesn’t mean they’re all united.
They’re all warring against each other in Africa. Europeans are warring against each
other. I mean, tell that to Chinese and Japanese
that they’re just united because they’re both the same nationality. No, they’re not. You
say, “Well, it’s not the same. You’re stereotyping all Asians.” Get over it. You know what? All
that to say this, folks. We looked at a lot of bible. We started with Moses marrying the
Ethiopian. We showed a lot of scripture. We talked about how all nations are of one blood.
Everybody is mixed. I challenge anybody who thinks that they’re
pure this or pure that, go get your DNA tested, and you’re going to be a Heinz 57 of nationalities
just like I am. Every White person is part Black. Every Black person is part White. Every
Chinese person is part Japanese. It’s all mixed, folks. Get over it.
We should not get this racist attitude that thinks that any nationality is better than
another, White people are better or Black people are better, Jews are better than Gentiles.
It’s all fraud. We’re all human beings. You know what? It actually defies evolution because
this racial theory comes out of evolution. It comes from Darwin and Adolf Hitler got
his theories from Darwin of racial superiority because that’s what Charles Darwin taught.
You know what? If you actually look at our genetic makeup, it actually proves the bible
to be true because it shows that we’re all of one blood, that we didn’t just evolve separately
on different continents, and White people are more evolved than Black people. That’s
what Charles Darwin taught. Actually, the reality is that we’re all the same. We’re
all human beings. We’re all of one blood. So people can accuse me of being a racist
because I don’t think Jews are better than other people, but you know what? I just believe
that we’re all equal on God’s sight, and that nationality doesn’t matter. If somebody wants
to marry somebody, and I’ve had people attack me for performing interracial weddings, and
criticized me. There’s the thing about that though. You know
what? If somebody wants to marry someone of their same color, that’s up to them, and I’m
fine with that. If somebody wants to marry someone of another color, I’m fine with that.
I’ve heard this too, “Oh, but you don’t understand, Pastor Anderson, they’re going to have marital
problems.” Have you heard this one? “Yeah, but there’s going to be a problem.”
There’s problems when you marry a White person too. I mean, that’s a good one. “Oh, if you
marry someone of another race, you’re going to have marriage problems.” Good night. What
about when you marry a White person you have marriage problems? Hey, news flash. If you
get married, you’re going to have marriage problems. “Oh, there’s going to be a clash
of culture.” Yeah, no matter who you marry. Get over it. If you think you’re going to
get married and not have problems, then you need to just not get married then.
Anyway, this is what the bible teaches. This is my say. Let me tell you something. I’ve
not changed my belief on this. I believe the same ways since I was a little kid. I remember
reading Numbers 12 as a little kid, and understanding this subject the first time I read it, and
my whole life … Here’s the thing. When I was a teenager and I was dating, I never had
this attitude that said, “I’m only going to marry a White person.” I never had that attitude.
Now, I pretty much only ended up dating White girls, but you know what? Maybe that was just
my preference, but I always had an open mind toward whatever because of the fact that I
believe the same doctrine. No one can really accuse me of changing my doctrine on this
because I believe the same thing since I was in childhood. I got my belief on this from
the bible. If I’m wrong, then prove me wrong from the bible.
If somebody thinks I’m wrong about this, I defy them to show me in the bible where interracial
marriage is wrong because you’re not going to find it because it isn’t there.
Let’s bow our heads and have a word of prayer. Father, we thank you so much for your word,
Lord. There are so many things, Lord, that people have as really strongly held opinions,
Lord, and they don’t want to change what they think, but Lord, if our opinions aren’t biblical,
we need to change. Father, I just pray that you would help us
to get strong, firm convictions about things that the bible actually teaches and commandments
that are actually in the bible, and not to just get these strong, militant beliefs that
are not found in the bible, whatsoever, Lord. Help us not to glory in our race or ethnicity
or take pride in who our ancestors were, Lord. Instead, help us to take pride in the fact
that you are our father. That’s really the only genealogy that matters is that Jesus
begat Steven Anderson. That’s really the only thing that matters. So help us to glory in
that and take pride in that. In Jesus’ name, we pray. Amen.

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  1. Truth is, if you look organicly at this:
    People who do intermarrying has huge personal problems. Either they are perverted, or they have childhood-trauma, or are disconnected in some way or another. That is the truth. No healthy and sane person ever date and get children across race. To my experience, for what I've seen, that is the truth.

  2. Carla Linton. Like I said before and I am saying it again. There is nothing wrong with Interracial Marriage. Because one thing about it. We all God's Children and he loves us all. And People that are racist need to repent and get their lives right With The Good Lord Jesus Christ and stop being racist and hateful and judgmental

  3. So why creat other races? I dont think it was put in the bible because it was common sense. Like man and female equals a child. I dont look down on interracial marriage but its pretty obvious it was not gods will. Did a good job dancing around it though

  4. I know for 100% certainty that interracial marriage is wrong because I've seen it. I've seen the results of it. It's the worst decision you could ever make.

  5. Oh look: more false doctrine from steven anderson. Egyptians were white before it was overrun by muds in the 25th dynasty. And white europeans are israelites. Funny how steve just ignores passages that say israelites had milk white skin and blue eyes and blond hair. Lamentations 4:7.

  6. All Racist people please explain Numbers: 12 While they were at Hazeroth, Miriam and Aaron spoke against Moses because of the Cushite woman whom he had married (for he had indeed married a Cushite woman); 2 and they said, “Has the Lord spoken only through Moses? Has he not spoken through us also?” And the Lord heard it. What happen next?

  7. Hey speaks the truth God said Abraham's seed would spread throughout the earth this could not have happened if they didn't mix race.

  8. Miriam had issues with having a black sister-in-law. God made Miriam white as snow… God has quite a grim sense of humor, no?

  9. Where did he get his DNA done? It must've been more thorough than mine😁❤🤗 Nothing showed up that actually should've been there🤯

  10. There’s nothing wrong with interracial marriage. The Bible is clear on that. Marry whatever race you want. But believers need to marry believers. Equally yoked….

  11. So there aren’t races? Why do we then say African American, Hispanic, etc.? It seems race is only relevant when it’s beneficial. Biblically speaking I’d always thought the Jewish nation is a race of people but I may be wrong

  12. Racemixing isn't nescesarily wrong but it isn't always right either. It's common that a black man marries a white woman and promises to be more Christian and take care for her but than fornicates and leaves when the child is born. God forbid interracial marriages on a mass scale if it threatened the godworshipping culture and ethnic make up of Israel. One interracial marriage didn't matter.
    I think an interracial melting pot what america is becoming isn't what god wants and resembles the tower of Babel. But there are bigger problems than interracial marriages, I think it's reason enough to keep immigrants out of America and Europe to protect themselves from this hedonistic degenerate culture so that they may better their own country.

  13. Ethiopia was White thousands of year, but Whites got mixed out or fled. Check out ancient paintings and artifacts. Take Detroit for example. 100 years ago it was 98% White. Now, its like 12% White…if that.

  14. Pastor Anderson, with the utmost respect for you, the word is "Babel" (Bay-bul) not "Babble". God bless you in your continuing ministry. ☺️

  15. Come on White pastor tell the TRUTH! To say ancient Egyptians were not Black? Yet both Egyptians and the Ethiopians father was HAM, please, its one reason I find it hard as a black Christian to listen to white evangelical pastors. Why is it so hard for Whites to accept historical TRUTH? Yea, why did you not mention Moses sister was Turned white as snow, turned from WHAT? lol… And for your info, we are NOT BLACK like color, we come in every shade under the sun… People just need to stick with what the Bible says, not what the think it means, I'm done…

  16. Yes, it does talk of race. I just read it few days ago. Google it and u will find it.

    Going interracial is mostly the proud and vain black men. (Light kids). Disregard their own women as not good enough 4 them since now they can have white ones.
    Incase someone wants to bash the white people 4 being racists.
    Is not about colors anyways but what different races/kinds are known 4 that makes u stay away from them.

  17. I think one of Noah's sons was cursed.
    Also there is a verse where it sais that God curses a land with great heat and blackness.

  18. Well I think it does matter to God our bloodline as the 144 thousands will be blood line Jews only.
    But we should not feel superiour that's all. God hates that.

  19. Steven…It is not sin to intermerry but reasons for doing it are sinfull as they are carnal lusts mostly.

  20. No no. Salvation is a matter of heart and not one's dna so yes; it doesn't matter what u r. Would be silly to think otherwise but God is a God of order and many world problems are cause as a result of the black man being pushed on the white women. Media is full of it.
    And the white man taking oriental wifes due to perversions.

    U need to dig deeper than that and not be spineless.

    Check out M. Ali's interviews on racial problems. He was bold.

  21. No It does matter who you marry. Yes, every marriage is attacked my Satan but he loves it especially when silly Christians intermix and then spend all their life working eachother out instead of working 4 God.

  22. I'm Hispanic and I wish I could marry a beautiful white woman but I'm already married to a Hispanic woman LOL

  23. Lol, isn’t it interesting how the man preaching miscegenation married a German woman? Surely he met plenty of black women in is Baptist escapades. Surely he met plenty of Mexican women in Arizona. Yet, he chose to marry a white woman, & have children that actually look like him. Wonder why that is…wonder why he didn’t follow the Bible’s example & have kids that don’t resemble him…

  24. No way.No how were black people the original isrialites. And it doesn't matter.Mixing throughout the bible. And many times in many ways it suggest all can be saved.6000 yrs is along time.

  25. Didn't God seperate everyone and isn't the New World Order using this to destroy nationhood?
    In a small scale it can work but races are made to be apart, it only causes trouble.
    And having interracial children can cause health problems and leaves them with at least one facet of their identities "broken".
    It's better to continue your family and have children that look like you.

    "When a multi-ethnic child is diagnosed with leukemia, neither parent is genetically close enough to the child to be a compatible donor for a bone-marrow transplant."

  26. The greatest enemy of the gentile, the Jew, knows that mixing the races is the way to destroy and disorganize us from any semblance of resistance.

    The Bible clearly places people where they're meant to be and not meant to mix with one another. If we agree with interracial mixing we are falling for the Jews trap and weakening ourselves. No one race is superior to another, but they're not meant to race mix.

  27. If we are all one race then how could they say inter-racial marriage is wrong??

  28. Phineas was awarded an eternal priesthood for staying the plague from Israel….this man is completley wrong…racemixing is absolutel abomination in the sight of the Yahweh Tzevaot….he is promoting the hybridization of the seedline of all the races of the earth….

    does he not know about the divine command of kind after its own kind..

    has he evern read any of the actual bible

  29. do not commit adultery…
    adultery = adulteration = making that which is pure to be impure…or to mix or

    he who gives way to the wicked is like a 'muddied' spring

    God god rid of the 'mixed' multitudes in the wilderness

    do not wear clothes of two different kinds of cloth, do not sow diverse type of seeds in the same field, do not breed one type of cattle with another type of cattle

    the animals went into the ark two by two, male and female…OF EACH KIND…

    and God created the various kinds of birds, all acoording their KINDS, and God created various kinds of trees bearing fruits, all bearing fruits with seed in them AFTER THEIR OWN KIND

    he really does not know what he is talking about….AT ALL!

  30. the irony is that he is actually preaching against THE MOST HIGH by preaching anti-kind after kind false teaching….you would think that he would understand something so simple as kind after kind…….welll he is going up against The Almighty…he is on his own…..

    shalom shalom

  31. Pastor – you should have read the Book of Jasher – it clearly states why the Tower was built – Nimrod wanted to get into heaven and kill God

  32. Brown is black u dummy wow u stupid im brown but its the same as black lol dont wont 2 come out and say he was black

  33. How can people possibly see any real insight in a book written by bronze age primitives. It's so vague, you can contort it to say whatever you want.

  34. Carla Linton. There is nothing wrong with Interracial Marriage. Because one thing about it. Like I said before and l am saying it again. We all God's Children and he loves us all no matter what our races are.

  35. This is the first sermon by Pastor Anderson that I heard. I’m black with a white Irish husband. This sermon was so informative and even in Fundamental Baptist Churches I had never heard this type of preaching before. I started to listen to other sermons and I was encouraged to start reading the Bible from cover to cover. I’m saved. I’m a better wife, mom and daughter. I’m so grateful to God, FWBC and Pastor Anderson because in the fundamental baptist churches I grew up in, I would hear really racists comments, even from the pulpit. Interracial marriage was frowned upon (especially black male and non black female). Keep preaching truth because lives are impacted in a positive way.

  36. Anyway, it is still this way. I live in Norway and we are scandinavian, european, white. The "newcomers" are often muslim and just happen to be dark/black. We should return to god and keep our nation "clean". Racemixing is the fantasy and agenda of tha joos of the synagog of satan. This demographic shift is not happening naturally. Maybe this is hard to grasp if living in "new babylonia".

  37. mr Anderson … :

    1st of all …

    Gen 2:7 And the LORD3068 God430 formed3335 (853) man120

    of the dust6083 of4480 the ground

    H120 / 'âdâm / aw-dawm' ~ From H119: ruddy . . .

    H119 To show blood (in the face), … flush or turn rosy: – be (dyed, made) red (ruddy)

    THUS_ “man120” /or “hu+man” in the APARTHEID/ ‘Holy’_Scripture GENERALLY=reveres to THAT Race with THESE OUTWARD /SKIN /complexture futures* /H119; H120 which of course can
    ONLY BE >The “AwDawM” / WHiTE RACE


    _thou shalt_make no covenant with them, nor shew mercy unto them

    Deu 23:2

    A bastard shall not enter into the congregation of YHWH…

    _when they had heard the law[#TORAH /Deu 23:2 etc..]


    from Israel the #mixed[ BASTARDS]…

    Mat 15:26

    But he answered [-the canaanite=black]

    and said, It is not meet to take the children's bread, and to cast it

    to #dogs [canaanite=black]


    _a #wall great and high…and at the gates

    _names [of the]_12 tribes [=WHiTE WEST >James 1:1 =Caucasians ../ Celts Goths Vikings …]

    Rev 22:15

    For without are dogs …[ =blacks … * (~ OOPS … * ) ]

    Yeshua (/ Messiah) was the Son _of …??? | = David –
    – OK : how/what did David look / like?
    1Sa 16:12

    _and brought him [[David] in.
    Now he was ruddy[[= flush/ing – red/ish _NOT* : mud/ish*!* (- or black/ish)]
    and withal of a beautiful countenance, and goodly to look to. And the LORD said, Arise, anoint him: for this is he.

    SO IF YESHUA WAS THE SON OF DAVID — was He mudish Xor WHiTE_ish …***

    in Songs 5 the Apartheid ('Holy') Spirit talks about the Volk/12 Tribes : …
    Songs 5:10
    My beloved[[= IsraEL] is white and ruddy [[= again_NOT : mud/dy/ish …*]
    the chiefest among ten thousand.

    white and ruddy [[= again_NOT : mud/dy/ish …*]
    white and ruddy [[= again_NOT : mud/dy/ish …*]
    white and ruddy [[= again_NOT : mud/dy/ish …*]



    ((mr. Anderson : for which zionists / serpent seed are working for & how many do they pay you … * )

  38. Racism goes both ways, so does violence. Intensity and consequence seperate the infractions. Can black people be racist? Sure. Is fighting bad? Sure. Would you rather be in a pre k fight or a bar fight? Would you rather get called mean names? Or would you rather live under the realization that white nationalist groups are protected under the constitution and you're non white? It's not comparable.

  39. The 1611 KJB is the Bible of the Anglican Church and they wrote it under command of King James. Then the Anglican King James outlawed the Geneva Bible and all others. You know what happens if you defy the King, you are stretched racked put in a heated Iron Maiden, etc. The Pilgrims at Plymouth wouldn't touch the Evil King James Bible.  The founder of most English Baptists John Smyth an Anglican Priest self Baptized then baptized his followers as he had Observed the Anti Baptists AKA. Penn. Dutch etc. a Yiddish or Hebrew speaking white people who's church and most of the people came out of Africa, yes Ethiopia to be exact as it was a fallen empire that had stretched from the Indian Ocean to the Atlantic and they were immigrating due to the colonization of Africa, prior Muslim conquests etc. Remember the age old saying we are a little Dutch but not much. Thomas Jefferson and his two wives were  of these people and so was much of America but we've forgotten. We are the people of Judah and the people of Christ's, Yeshua as in Hebrew and his AD 100 Church. We are the people of Hannibal, have you ever wondered why towns were named Carthage etc. The US constitution was Authored By Thomas Jefferson, who had come through Ethiopia and that prior Ethiopian Empire is more like the USA than any other. The Church came from Israel, Judah, Ethiopia then to the world mainly the United States. Our history didn't come all from Europa as the text books tell us. I was in a 1611 KJV church the Anglicans were in the process and at first it was a solid church. Yes I still don't know what it was or became but it wasn't Gods Love any longer the lamp stand had been quenched, and afterwards many times the Preacher and the children would be found out to be LGBTQRST or thieves etc. I'm not an Anglican and many Baptist churches aren't either, but these are.

  40. Never thought of that. My family on my father's side 4 generation is all Welsh. I'm only half-welsh 😅

  41. What about the beasts of the field? The beast that cried, the beast that wore sack cloth, the beast that has hands, the beast that lies down with women and who women lust after. Who was God talking about?

  42. Society labels me as black and my ex-wife as white. However, I don't allow society to label me at all nor neatly place me into a box. The Word of God labels/defines me as saved, righteous, holy, a child of God, an heir of God & co-heir with Christ, a holy nation, a chosen generation!

    My ex-wife's parents disowned her simply because we got married, and didn't even attend our wedding. My family loved her and accepted her as one of their very own. Her parents even tried to justify their racist beliefs based on the Word of God! I tried to make our marriage work for 8 years without her support. They were extremely hateful, and she supported them before me. So, after 8 years of abuse, I finally divorced her, and never looked back!!!

    Through it all, the Lord taught me many valuable lessons such as: 1) pray for those who mistreat you, 2) forgive them just as I have forgiven you, 3) that I could live without them, but couldn't live without Him and 4) that He is all that I need. I'm closer to Him and more mature in Him because of all that I went through!!!

  43. What a crock. The Lord commanded that we not sew different seeds together in the earth or even mix different fibers into the same garment, yet He doesn't mind when His chosen nation intermingles it's blood with others?

  44. Moses marriage was before the law. Mixed race inter nation marriages are not allowed in the Bible and these are few of the scriptures https://youtu.be/sQ_hRei7jhk

    He said a racist approached him and asked "Do I call you a black man, a colored man, or a negero?" Dabbs said, "Well, let's take that term 'colored man'. When I was born, I was black. When I get sick, I'm black. When I get old, I'll be blavk, and when I die, I'll be black. But look at you white people. You're born, you're red. Get sick you turn green. Get old, you turn blue. And you die, you turn purple! So, who's the colored person now?!"

  46. The Black Hebrew Roots Movement simply just is a group of the dumbest, most hateful and RACIST people on Earth. I have looked into those people and their theories doesn't have a leg to stand on in reality. Of course, they even are proud about being racist against white people, because we deserve it. All that reverse racism nonsense. I got news for you: reverse racism is just racism! And the Bible doesn't describe the appearance of Jesus Christ in one word. Apparently, that was not the emphasis of God and neither of His chosen people to write down God's Word, so why is it so important to those people or anyone?

    That part of Revelation talking about Jesus Christ and His woolly white hair is not talking about appearance either, but clearly about the role of Jesus Christ in His second coming. And that is also supported in Revelation elsewhere, which clearly describes, that Jesus Christ returns as Ruler and Judge of His Kingdom. The woolly white hair is a symbol of His role as Judge. As still is the case in the British judicial system, judges in Rome wore white woolly hairpieces, so no one at the times of Revelation being written would have been confused about the meaning of that image.

    The same passage in Revelation talks about Jesus Christ having red, piercing eyes, again clearly a reference to His role and not His appearance. Scripture tells us, that Jesus Christ knows the heart of every man and that He holds the Book of Life and know, who is written in it. Basically, Jesus Christ looks through all our pretend and lies and knows, what we really is about, and that is the true meaning of that.

    The ridiculous Black Hebrew Roots Movement of course pays even more emphasis on the feet of Jesus Christ, which have the color of brass coming out of a furnace, which they for some bizarre reason has talked themselves into being black! It is just a level of stupidity, which I can't even fathom! Actually, right here on YouTube you can see several videos by artists on how to melt and mold brass and unsurprisingly brass coming out of a furnace is GOLDEN! If we should take this bit of the Revelation passage out of context and make it about Jesus Christ's appearance, then it actually debunks their theories, that He is black. Actually, maybe He would have to be Chinese.

    Of course, the bit about His feet continue to talk about His role in the second coming. We knows, that Jesus Christ will return to destroy Jerusalem, which He refers to as Sodom and Egypt elsewhere in Revelation. We knows, that in one hour He will bring more destruction than three and half years under the Antichrist reign. We knows, that He will bring destruction to the wicked in a flood of fire. Basically, His burning brass feet, hot as a furnace, is telling us, that He will tread the wicked and ungodly to the ground and burn them into non-existence, along with everything they have build, actually said in so many other ways in the same book, Revelation.

    Essentially, the only thing the stupid and racist Black Hebrew Roots Movement really proves is, that they are just that and totally illiterate in prober understanding of scripture too.

    "His head and his hairs were white like wool, as white as snow; and his eyes were as a flame of fire; And his feet like unto fine brass, as if they burned in a furnace; and his voice as the sound of many waters."
    Revelation 1:14-15

    Just to make the STUPID of the Black Hebrew Roots Movement one worse; several of those people has promoted an image of Morgan Freeman with white hair and red eyes as the true image of God. I'm not kidding you! Appart from the obvious, that using a fallen man as the image of God, the blasphemy and idolatry in that, then it also proves, how indoctrinated that group of people really is by Unhollywood and the ungodly and liberal Zionist agenda pushed in every single movie. Morgan Freeman seems to be Hollywood's go to actor in the role as God, which clearly should tell anyone with discernment, that this would not be God's appearance or even less character in any stretch of imagination. Morgan Freeman eve clearly has stated, that he is a man of faith, but absolutely not in the Heavenly Father of the Bible. Obviously, his god is the lesser one of this world.

    The crazy thing is, I have several times pointed out their error on their own channels and if get anything back other than racist slure, then it is one question: How will I know, when Jesus Christ returns, if I don't know His appearance, actually further highlighting, that they have zero knowledge of scripture! Well, clearly Revelation tells us, how the appearance of Jesus Christ will differ from the appearance of Antichrist:; The latter will come into the pen some other way than the gate. This is, how we should recognize him as a thief and a robber. Jesus Christ, according to Revelation, will scroll aside the gates of Heaven and ride down to Earth on white horses, along with Heaven's angels. Basically, nothing will be done in secret and every man and woman on Earth will see Him coming. He will enter into the pen by the gate, as we are called to do as His followers.

    If the Black Hebrew Roots Movement highlights anything by their example, then it is, read scripture and try to understand it from God's perspective and maybe even pray to and ask The Holy Spirit for guidance. Do not insert your own points of interest into scripture, because it will always lead to fallacy. The Bible clearly is not a book written for either specifically white or black people, but God's Word and Good News to all His people. To all of us!

  47. So your daughters will marry black people and then your children will be bastards.
    With respect you talking nonsense you do not know the Old Testament. You are today the biggest liar of all preachers. Do you know liars will go into lake of fire Rev 21:8 Deu 7:1

    When the LORD thy God shall bring thee into the land whither thou goest to possess it, and hath cast out many nations before thee, the Hittites, and the Girgashites, and the Amorites, and the Canaanites, and the Perizzites, and the Hivites, and the Jebusites, seven nations greater and mightier than thou; Deu 7:2 And when the LORD thy God shall deliver them before thee; thou shalt smite them, and utterly destroy them; thou shalt make no covenant with them, nor shew mercy unto them: Deu 7:3 Neither shalt thou make marriages with them; thy daughter thou shalt not give unto his son, nor his daughter shalt thou take unto thy son.
    Deu 7:4 For they will turn away thy son from following me, that they may serve other gods: so will the anger of the LORD be kindled against you, and destroy thee suddenly Deu 7:5 But thus shall ye deal with them; ye shall destroy their altars, and break down their images, and cut down their groves, and burn their graven images with fire. Deu 7:6 For thou art an holy people unto the LORD thy God: the LORD thy God hath chosen thee to be a special people unto himself, above all people that are upon the face of the earth. Deu 7:7 The LORD did not set his love upon you, nor choose you, because ye were more in number than any people; for ye were the fewest of all people: Deu 7:8 But because the LORD loved you, and because he would keep the oath which he had sworn unto your fathers, hath the LORD brought you out with a mighty hand, and redeemed you out of the house of bondmen, from the hand of Pharaoh king of Egypt. Deu 7:9 Know therefore that the LORD thy God, he is God, the faithful God, which keepeth covenant and mercy with them that love him and keep his commandments to a thousand generations; Deu 7:10 And repayeth them that hate him to their face, to destroy them: he will not be slack to him that hateth him, he will repay him to his face. Deu 7:11
    Thou shalt therefore keep the commandments, and the statutes, and the judgments, which I command thee this day, to do them.

    The first covenant was the rainbow with Noah and it is still here. Second covenant God said you shall not make marriages with them. So or you are blind or very ignorant and prideful.
    Jesus died for who? For all the nations????? No only for His nation. Mat 15:24 Jesus said that He is only send to Israel not to the Canaanites. Mat 10:6

    We the white people have Holy seed Ezr 9:2
    Deu 7:3 — Neither shalt thou make marriages with them; thy daughter thou shalt not give unto his son, nor his daughter shalt thou take unto thy son.

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    Relates to the Entire Verse. Gen 6:2,3; Exo 34:15,16; Jos 23:12,13; Jdg 3:6,7; 1Ki 11:2; Ezr 9:1,2; Neh 13:23-27; 2Co 6:14-17


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    That the sons of God saw the daughters of men that they were fair; and they took them wives of all which they chose.


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    And the LORD said, My spirit shall not always strive with man, for that he also is flesh: yet his days shall be an hundred and twenty years.


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    Lest thou make a covenant with the inhabitants of the land, and they go a whoring after their gods, and do sacrifice unto their gods, and one call thee, and thou eat of his sacrifice;


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    And thou take of their daughters unto thy sons, and their daughters go a whoring after their gods, and make thy sons go a whoring after their gods.


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    Else if ye do in any wise go back, and cleave unto the remnant of these nations, even these that remain among you, and shall make marriages with them, and go in unto them, and they to you:


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    Know for a certainty that the LORD your God will no more drive out any of these nations from before you; but they shall be snares and traps unto you, and scourges in your sides, and thorns in your eyes, until ye perish from off this good land which the LORD your God hath given you.


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    And they took their daughters to be their wives, and gave their daughters to their sons, and served their gods.


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    And the children of Israel did evil in the sight of the LORD, and forgat the LORD their God, and served Baalim and the groves.


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    Of the nations concerning which the LORD said unto the children of Israel, Ye shall not go in to them, neither shall they come in unto you: for surely they will turn away your heart after their gods: Solomon clave unto these in love.


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    Now when these things were done, the princes came to me, saying, The people of Israel, and the priests, and the Levites, have not separated themselves from the people of the lands, doing according to their abominations, even of the Canaanites, the Hittites, the Perizzites, the Jebusites, the Ammonites, the Moabites, the Egyptians, and the Amorites.


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    For they have taken of their daughters for themselves, and for their sons: so that the holy seed have mingled themselves with the people of those lands: yea, the hand of the princes and rulers hath been chief in this trespass.


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    In those days also saw I Jews that had married wives of Ashdod, of Ammon, and of Moab:


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    And their children spake half in the speech of Ashdod, and could not speak in the Jews' language, but according to the language of each people.


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    And I contended with them, and cursed them, and smote certain of them, and plucked off their hair, and made them swear by God, saying, Ye shall not give your daughters unto their sons, nor take their daughters unto your sons, or for yourselves.


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    Did not Solomon king of Israel sin by these things? yet among many nations was there no king like him, who was beloved of his God, and God made him king over all Israel: nevertheless even him did outlandish women cause to sin.


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    Shall we then hearken unto you to do all this great evil, to transgress against our God in marrying strange wives?


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    Be ye not unequally yoked together with unbelievers: for what fellowship hath righteousness with unrighteousness? and what communion hath light with darkness?


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    And what concord hath Christ with Belial? or what part hath he that believeth with an infidel?


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    And what agreement hath the temple of God with idols? for ye are the temple of the living God; as God hath said, I will dwell in them, and walk in them; and I will be their God, and they shall be my people.


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    Wherefore come out from among them, and be ye separate, saith the Lord, and touch not the unclean thing; and I will receive you,
    Do not ever say that God YHVH people can marry black people.
    Your pride is big i see you believe only you are right and all other are wrong?

  48. So did Jesus love the vipers too??????Jesus said to them their father is the devil. Now their are two seeds devil and God YHVH seed. Can the devils seed be born again? Read Genesis two seeds boetie not one seed two.

  49. And Paul said God will make a covenant again Rom 11 and Jer 30-31 Who is Jacob boetie did you forget he is not the Jews nor any other tribe he is Israel and Judah. Repent of all your lies. I can show you many scriptures but i going to ask you to vast 40 days then you ask our Lord Jesus to reveal the scriptures to you because you talk nonsense.

  50. Advertising agencies are always pushing white women with non-white men.
    An example is the 'Shut up and dance', music video, which depicts the typical loser, goofy, white male losing the white girl to the cool non-white guy.

    So girls are conditioned from birth to reject white males.

    And if you prefer to marry within your own white anglo-saxon Protestant Christian culture, then you're branded a racist.

    Well, Im sick of it.

  51. Thank the Lord God that finally there is a preacher teaching this subject correctly! I have tried to convince so many preachers and brothers in Christ this exact same truth and no one is ever receptive of it.

  52. It annoys me reading comments on race. Ppl never hear the word just high ego pride its so annoying. I don't even talk to those self hate ppl.

  53. What a pig. Funny how pure Africans are the only ones without Neanderthal admixture while Europeans have the most. We are different and it's written in in our very core.
    Imagine rolling the dice of your life by trusting one of these "people". Black eyes will be the least of concern soon.

  54. Ye shall keep my statutes. Thou shalt not let thy cattle gender with a diverse kind: thou shalt not sow thy field with mingled seed: neither shall a garment mingled of linen and woollen come upon thee.

    Leviticus 19:19 KJV

  55. I don't care if the bible is okay with Interracial relationships, I'm Not and I will never be… That's my free will and choice

  56. Jesus probably had a black ancestor (like pastor Anderson) but he is not black. Moses married a black woman more than likely. Way too many black people in that part of the world to avoid it. Be like Jesus and embrace your heritage. – just a joke

  57. Jews commonly have African DNA. So if you are white don't be ashamed if you have African DNA. It probably makes you a little more like Jesus. https://forward.com/culture/140721/genes-tell-tale-of-jewish-ties-to-africa/

  58. White genocide bothers me a lot and if the bible is not against it, i cannot be a Christian. Part of me is happy to come to this realisation.

  59. I don't understand why Christians still go by the Old Testament instead of the New Testament. I only go by the New Testament. Jew and Gentile have free admission to Christ. This includes mixed races and all social classes. The righteous and wicked. They all have access to Jesus Christ. End of story.

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