Beloved, if God so loved us, we ought also to love one another. 1 John 4:11
Love is blind, if your child was a crack head, you would still love you child,
if your brother was a druggy you would still love you brother, if he was a murderer you would still love him.
when the love of God comes into your life, you love your brothers and sisters in Christ no matter what, love is blind. you have the love of God in common with your brothers and sisters in Christ, the love of God covers a multitude of differences in each other.
the love of God is powerful
God seems to be on both sides of this issue.
God is black
and a lesbian
playing the triangle
doing stand up comedy
and shiny shiny black shoes
If we see everyone as soul that definately we will love each others, as every one soul is same, forget about this perishable body and look the beautiful soul.
LMAO I was about to say something here but now I forget as I am laughing too much....
...there's a serious discussion going on here BP...no laughin' allowed!
Someway, you're not serious are you?
If you follow Christ it is mandated that you love the brethren...
Each individual is responsible to take his or her personal issue to the Lord and get it together. If you have an issue with color, it is incumbent upon you to get over that issue so you can keep the commandment of love. The absolute bottom line is love your brother.
I love hubpages. Don't get hung up on race. We're all monkeys. Darwin said so. Have you been to the zoo lately? Anyway, my point is that skin color is a very small difference. What the different between a light skinned black guy and a dark skinned italian? The nose? Excuse me but i thought some people just had big ears or big lips or big butts? The things that make us the same are much more common, I say.
LIKE FEAR! MUAHAHAHAHHAHA. But, seriously. You're a monkey, mate. Get over yourself.
"And if a stranger dwells in your land, you shall not mistreat him. The stranger who dwells among you shall be to you as one born among you, and you shall love him as yourself; for you were strangers in the land of Egypt: I am the Lord your God." Leviticus 19:33-34.
To God there is only one race, the human race. All human beings are created in the image and likeness of God (Genesis 1:26-27). God loves the entire world (John 3:16). Jesus laid down His life for everyone in the entire world (1 John 2:2). The “entire world” obviously includes all ethnicities of humanity.
Jesus said to love thy neighbor as thyself! It doesn't matter what race your neighbor is...love them as yourself!
"God is no respecter of persons" (Acts 10:34, King James Version).
God doesn't see race...God sees two kinds of people... those who believe and love him and those who don't! It doesn't matteri f you're purple... God doesn't discriminate!
I Took My Baby
On A Saturday Bang
Boy Is That Girl With You
Yes We’re One And The Same
Now I Believe In Miracles
And A Miracle
Has Happened Tonight
About My Baby
It Don’t Matter If You’re
Black Or White
They Print My Message
In The Saturday Sun
I Had To Tell Them
I Ain’t Second To None
And I Told About Equality
An It’s True
Either You’re Wrong
Or You’re Right
About My Baby
It Don’t Matter If You’re
Black Or White
Why does the tone of someone's skin matter? I don't see the logic behind it. This is stigma created by society. After all, Jesus would have been very dark-skinned, LIVING IN JERUSALEM, A HOT CLIMATE!
The "white Jesus" is a Catholic/European invention.
What does skin color have to do with anything we are ALL I mean All but dirt/dust-there is different color sand/dirt in this earth white, red, brown, etc. When a person dies, the body turns to dust/dirt or cremated. So if a person doesn't love or like black people then that person should be consistent and not like anything that is black-dogs, cars, clothes, shoes, hair and same thing goes for a person who don't like white people or brown people. Bottom line its foolish so foolish. It's a shame that you have some people who treat animals better than humans its time to grow up.
did I miss soemthing? this thread makes NO sense.....
I mean..umm....what was the question?
Oops no laughter allowed!
Wait ,no Im not in the library or in a court, so
Now replying to the O.P "How can I love my brother, he's black?
My answer is this "How can you not", its like someone saying, how can I love my sister ,because she only has one leg!!
I also am offended by your question ,but I will get over it ,like you should
God loves everyone. We are all the same in God's eyes. We are here to love in spite of skin color.
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