I write to you who call yourselves Christians. I do not write to the unbeliever, for I judge you not. For Yeshua said, “if you believe not, I judge you not” and in another place He said, “The Son of man came not into the world to condemn the world, but to save it.” So to the unbeliever, I say, Yeshua did not condemn and judge you, so I judge you not. So to the believer I quote the following from Paul, the apostolos, a gift to the assembly of God: “For you are all the children of God by the faith that is in the Mashiach, Yeshua. (There is one faith) For as many of you (people of all nations and races and colors, this I know, God has made choice from each!) as have been dipped (baptized) in the Mashiach, you have all put on the Mashiach as one garment. There is neither ones of Yudah (Jews) nor Greek (Gentiles, or the nations). There is neither slave or free. (There is neither black nor white. There is neither one of one nation and another, for you are all kings and priests to our God taken out of all nations. If anyone disagree with this, he is not of the Mashiach, Yeshua and is not of our God and Father!) There is neither male or female. For you are all one in the Mashiach, Yeshua. For if you be the Mashiach’s, then are you of Abraham’s seed, and heir’s according to the promise.” (Gal 3) And the promise to Abraham which is the gospel preached, is: “in thy Seed all the nations of the earth shall be blessed”, and the Seed is one, and the Seed is the Mashiach, and Yeshua of Nazareth is the Mashiach of God. The interpretation sure and true. All the nations of earth made up all races and colors and diverse people shall be blessed in the Mashiach equally and without partiality. This include those who are called Jews, Israelis, Arabs, Blacks, Chinese, Japanese, Russians, and those of all nations that God has divided according to His purpose. “MAN WHO CALLS YOURSELF A CHRISTIAN, HOW CAN YOU SAY YOU LOVE GOD WHOM YOU DO NOT SEE, AND HATE YOUR BROTHER.” How can you who call yourself a Christian hate your brethren who is of the black race, and also how can you, o black man, hate your brethren who is of the white race. I speak of your brothren in the Mashiach. For God has chosen both white and black, Jews and Gentiles, slaves and freemen, male and female to be in the Mashiach. And if you walk in grace and love the man who is opposite in color to you, your brethren in the Mashiach, you will be walking in right understanding and will certainly not hate the unbeliever who of a different race than you. God has fooled you, o white man who calls himself a Christian. For you most certainly did not know that God did indeed give grace to men who are black. And this is for men of all nations equally without partiality. For the assembly of the living God, the saved, is made up of those whom God has chosen out of all nations, white and black, male and female, slave and free, Jew and Gentile. And there are also the nations of the saved. And every knee shall bow and every tongue confess the Yeshua is Lord to glory of the Father. In Adam all died, in the Mashiach all our made alive each man in God’s own order. And the end of the Lord is the Lord is very pitiful and of tender mercies.
How I could write about many events of those who called themselves Christians and hated those whom God granted grace by His will. They were not chosen by the will of men. I could write of high-minded Gentiles who hate those who are called Jews and the atrocities they committed. Or those who call themselves Christians and are white and the atrocities they have committed. I could write about those of all nations who kill their children in the womb, and call themselves Christians. Oh, if only those who call themselves Christians would stop having abortions. For there has been murder, lynching, execution and slaughters, and thievery and every kind of coveteousness in the name of Christ.
All I know in the grace of God is we all have sinned greatly against you, O God, against only you have we sinned. We are not worthy of the least of your mercies. Forgive us in the Mashiach and have continual mercy and grace upon us, not for any work that we have done, but because of your righteousness and all your good attributes. For You are love, O God. You are faithful, even when we are faithless. And perfect love casts out all fear, fear of judgment. And your faithfulness is the only reason any will be found faithful.
Yes, beloved, we cannot take back the sins of our fathers, those who call themselves Christians, or those in our generation who hate and steal and murder, or our own sins, but we can cry out for mercy and grace unto a righteous God who gives grace to men of all nations to continually thank Him and beseech Him for the grace that only comes through Yeshua the Mashiach. And we cry only because God has chose us before we did any evil or good. For He is the God of the repenting, and it is the repenting ones whom He will justify by His grace. And they repent because He granted grace according to His will. Everything is by Him and through Him and in Him.