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I see you've begun to call upon God for help. Well, you might be offended to know that God is also black. Look at this scripture from Jeremiah: 8:21 For the hurt of the daughter of my people am I hurt; I AM BLACK; astonishment hath taken hold on me.
The interpretation of this verse is as follows:
"daughter of my people" is a code word for the physical/flesh body of man, it is considered "female", as in "mother earth". So, what the Lord is saying is "for the hurt of the bodies/physical/flesh of my people (when you hurt my people physically) I/God is hurt; I AM BLACK (represents he is upset because his people are being hurt because of their color of skin (black), he says "I am black" (or would they also hurt me if I came? This is a precursor to the coming of Jesus/black man). The says, "astonishment has taken hold of me". In other words, he's very surprised that people would do such a thing, just because the people are black.
Some theologians will try to say the Hebrew word for "black" in this verse means "anger". But, insert anger, and correspond that with "astonishment". It is difficult to relate being "angry" and at the same time "astonished", two different emotions. It's highly unlikely that this is true.
Further, there are several other verses that elude to God being black. His Son Jesus (genetic transfer) has "Revelation 1:14 His head and [his] hairs [were] white like wool, as white as snow; and his eyes [were] as a flame of fire; And his feet like unto fine brass, as if they burned in a furnace; and his voice as the sound of many waters.
If you've ever seen lambs wool, or brass that has been burned in a furnace, you'd know this discribes a black person.
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