MemberAugust 17, 2020 at 10:49 pm
I have had the question asked of me, what does this change? My response was that it is my heritage, and who I am. We have been taught for so long that we didn’t exist. I read the Bible with a new perspective and not as a gentile or outsider. This is our black history and those stories we read about are our ancestors. For me, I truly see how Y’shua has always loved me with a special kind of love. That I’m apart of the Hebrew nation that he chose above all others. That I’m apart of the true vine and not engrafted in. This changes everything because it gives me pride, self-respect, self-worth, and a true appreciation for what the Lord has done. Apostle Paul said in Romans that the gentiles where chosen to provoke us to jealously. What lengths the Lord will go to prove his love. We have such a reach history, heritage, lineage, and legacy like no other nation. I can raise my children with a new mindset and teach them about our black history and ancestors. Circling back to answering the question, what does this change? It literally changes everything!!!