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Black Israelites Video.

A very interesting video. This man explains ancient Egyptian slavery from the Black Israelite perspective. At the same time he explains that Israel is you, Israel is promised to those who do not lie. Israel is promised to those who believe in Jesus, those who believe in God.

In a roundabout way it explains that very old insult that gets thrown at Christians all the time. It’s the insult of “turn the other cheek.”  Back in the 80’s and 90’s, it was very much the cultural norm to aggressively pursue your objectives, whether they may have been for good or for evil. And so Christians who “turned the other cheek” by embracing forgiveness and patience were ridiculed as cowards.  But “turn the other cheek” has a completely different meaning for Christians. It does not mean to run away at the first sign of trouble, nor does it mean to let your foes repeatedly smack you in the cheek. No. It means to forgive your enemies and to understand that they are under the influence of evil. And at the same time it means that you must judge the situation if it warrants a reciprocal action equal to the amount of injury that you take. That you should defeat your foe not out of malice as they do, but with the knowledge that you strike them to wake them from their slumber. To teach them the evil of their ways, and if necessary, to hurt them because you love them.  To teach them how to stop being evil.  To not love them is to allow them to continue being shackled by evil deeds.

Note: I’m not endorsing the Black Israelites. I’m just saying that it’s interesting.

Note 2: When he says the “white man,” he’s refering to the Ashkenazi Europeans who converted to Judaism as a religion, but weren’t descended from the Abrahamic matriarchial line. Ahkenazis currently represent the majority of the population of present day Israel. (Ie. they’re not biblical jews).

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