Jesus is King

The major problems facing the American culture today are moral problems and these problems will not be solved by denigrating one race below any other race nor by promoting one above any other race.

Those who use their various connections and resources to promote their own race on the basis of some skin-deep pride create as much division as those who denigrate the race of another on the basis of some skin-deep castigation.

Is it wrong to love the people of your own race or nationality? No (Romans 9:1-4). But by making your own race “superior” to another you by default make another race “inferior” and this mindset leads to eyes incapable of seeing each other’s humanity. Additionally, this mindset is not right in the sight of God (1 Samuel 16:7); nor does this mindset solve the true problems of a fleshly-based righteousness that hinders the salvation of humanity’s soul (Romans 10:1-5).

White is not king. Black is not king. Brown is not king. Red is not king. Yellow is not king. Jesus is King!

Then the seventh angel sounded: And there were loud voices in heaven, saying, “The kingdoms of this world have become the kingdoms of our Lord and of His Christ, and He shall reign forever and ever!” (Revelation 11:15 NKJV)