1. My earliest images are of Jesus as a white man

It was positioned in a prominent place in our home – the picture of a Caucasian Jesus.  He had long, flowing blond hair and stood with one hand stretched out, as if asking us to believe Him.  Like most of us, I believed for many years that Jesus was a white man. In fact,  to many, the Black  Race is inferior because  God is believed to be white.

The truth is that God is a Spiritual Being and can appear in any form (or nationality) as I myself have seen.


2. Jesus was a Black Man while He lived on earth

Archangel Gabriel showed me that Lord Jesus was a direct descendant of King David – a Black Man.  Apostle Matthew said that He was “the son of David, the son of Abraham” (Matthew 1: 1). Moreover, Jesus’ family line was traced back to King Adam, who was created as a Black Man.  Apostle Luke gave us this genealogy, explaining that Lord Jesus was not the earthly son of Joseph the carpenter (as people commonly believed):

And Jesus himself began to be about thirty years of age, being (as was supposed) the son of Joseph, which was [the son] of Heli…

Which was [the son] of Enos, which was [the son] of Seth, which was [the son] of Adam, which was [the son] of God (Luke 3: 23 & 38)

Scriptures traced also Jesus’ family tree back to Abraham who was a black man (Matthew 1).   Esau the greatgrandson of Abraham was described as “ruddy” or a bronze man.  That leaves the question as to the skin tone of his twin brother Jacob.  Was he slightly darker?

Abraham was a descendant of  Shem, a son of Noah and a black man.  Shem was bronze in color like his forefather Adam.  In fact, some of Noah’s descendants were very dark skinned and seem to have been burnt by the sun.  They included his son Ham whose sons  Mizraim (Egyptians),  Phut (Libyans) and Cush (Ethiopians) was extremely dark in color. 

Ham, Phut, Cush and Mizraim were named after their skin color and singled out in scripture because their skin was unusually dark, almost black

It is not illogical to believe that earth’s pre and post flood races were black in color because there was intermarriage in the families from the time of  Creation.  The early humans lived in the region of Africa  and needed their melanin for protection against the sun. They may have lost the melanin with migration to colder climates and expanding of the human tribes in size and with less close intermarriage.

Jesus was a descendant of  the Jews who had gone into captivity in Babylon in 586 BC. They returned to their nation and were again scattered in all the earth in the exile of  586 BC.  Today Jews  can be found in many nations (and races) as a result of this dispersion and resulting intermarriage with the people of these lands.