Jesus said that in the End of Days there would be deceivers, false messiahs in the earth performing signs and miracles in an attempt to prove they were the Christ. The Christ was black, as Adam was black, being the “hal-brother of Jesus.” These signs would effectively persuade even some of believers in Christ to turn away from Jesus and embrace a new messiah, a movement that may be very good with math. I knew I was right to hate algebra and geometry and focus my attention on the truth that can come from the written word.
What a nightmarish prospect, to be wrong about the messiah. Imagine knowing Christ but falling for the antichrist because he may happen to be white or whitish and does amazing tricks. ET’s have been doing tricks in our world for decades if not centuries. They have been creating elaborate crop designs stamped into God’s crops to impress the world. But God made the crops. He made matter. He made a community of East African Homo Sapiens en masse … from nothing but the dust of the earth.
Who or what will we be looking for in the way of a messiah when that time comes?
A white messiah?
An extraterrestrial messiah?
A combination of the two?
Does it matter that we know Jesus was black when it comes time to pick the messiah? I think so.
How do we know Jesus was black, a man of color?
The book of Hebrews (written by priest John Mark) states that it was “evident” that Jesus arose from the Tribe of Judah (Hebrews 7:14).
What about a person would make it obvious or evident that said person (Jesus) was a member of a particular Hebrew tribe? Unless it was the color of His skin, which made him a good candidate to be lynched.
And consider that Simon of Cyrene (Libya in North Africa) was observed by another Cyrenean, John Mark, who observed Simon helping Jesus carry His cross. What is significant is that Simon of Cyrene was nabbed by the Roman soldiers to help Jesus carry His cross, when Simon was heading completely in the opposite direction from the Roman procession of Jesus en route to Golgotha. Did a black man help Jesus carry His cross, because Simon, like Jesus, was a man of color? And was Jesus crucified, having been rejected, because he was a man of color, the half-brother of Adam, who was an East African?
The best tip I got from THE BEHOLDER OF GOD, a biography of John Mark, which is available above under the title The Biography of St. Mark.
Peace. Short story coimng.