June 12, 2020

Each of us are all part of one race, the human race

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JD: You know it is definitely becoming a complicated and a emotional issue. But at the forefront for many its a racial component that is causing most of it which is causing prejudice, hatred and even violence that you've been talking about. However David in reality isn't it true that Biblical there's only one race, the human race?

DJ: Well yes, scientifically, genetically, Biblically there is only one race as you said the human race. Yet the entire human race is still reeling from the affects of a judgment that God executed against man kind well over 4,000 years ago. When God created Adam and Eve He instructed them and their descendants to scatter across the Earth and to take control of widely diverse geographic regions. And after God judged the first global rebellion by the flood He once again instructed Noah and his descendants to scatter once again. But in rebellion they built a city whose top was to be the place of worship of Satan the god of this world. So God judged them by confusing their languages, forcing them to disperse along family lines. And between families there were these conflicts that developed because they could no longer communicate with one another. This ultimately led to isolated gene pools and geographic regions.

Giving rise to what we have come to consider races but we are all just people. You know just as there are Quarter horses, Arabians, Tennessee Walkers, and Belgians they are all simply variations of a horse. So whether we're red, yellow, black, white or have brown, black, or blonde, or red hair we're all humans. We're all descendants of Adam and Eve and we're all descendants of Noah and his wife. So we're not different races at all. We're all cousins who make up just one single human race.

JD: David James Bible in hand explaining the fact that all of us are a part of one race, the human race.

We report this information because it is setting the stage for Bible prophecy to be fulfilled.

According to the Bible, God's absolute word, we are all members of the human race. We all as David said are cousins in the human race. This thought actually needs to be included in the national conversation on racism. As members of the human race we have all been born in sin, Psalm 51 & 58, and need Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior. The streets of this world today provide evidence of what Jesus said in Matthew 24:12. He said lawlessness will be prevalent in our world at the time of His return.