“There is no question of your greatness..”
These are the opening words to the song You Are God Alone…I’m listening gospel singer Marvin Sapp and he’s singing about the greatness of God.
Black people believe in the power of God. We understand his omnipotence. We are the largest group on earth to serve him. This is a fact. He’s always in our thoughts. We love to leave people with: “And have a blessed day.” We really mean it. Or how about, “I’m blessed and highly favored.” These are two of the most popular maxims, but there is a deeper context.
As a race, Black people are spiritual in nature. We admonish the divine. It keeps us sane.
God is the joy and center of many in the African American community. His glory. His honor. His presence. His Almighty power. It’s awesome and there is not a day that even I don’t give thanks in my daily life.
Many people, particularly those of European extraction, are the direct opposite. They hate God–or do not know him. The separation of church and state was not to stop people from worshiping God; it’s purpose was to deter religious persecution based on one religion imposing its superiority on the masses–even to the detriment of the public.
Black people are intellectually aware of this, however, most fully acknowledge God’s supremacy and do not challenge his authority in thought, action or deed. Those who violate God’s laws will attract judgement and I feel that in light of White Supremacy; with the news of the white population shrinking; by the year 2050 or sooner; whites will be the minority for the first time in U.S. history.
Many Black people feel that this is a result of divine retribution on the white race for its evil practice of White Supremacy, segregation, colonialism, apartheid, and the Holocaust.
The Law of Karma.
“Karma, the Law of the Universe, reigns supreme. It is morally justified and superior to any law that man could have ever created. There is no escaping your destiny. All melanin-rich peoples of Earth understand the basic universal rule: Whatever you put out into the universe, you get back. Karma mandates whatever you destroy in the name of evil, you must replace with your own life.”
And hence, we have the increase of interracial unions that enforce this more powerfully. However, I contend that it is not based on attraction or desire, but “survival” of a race of people who are dying and are inherently trying to preserve their genes.
Who would have ever thought that the white man’s greatest jewel (white women) would desire Black men (the man white men despised above all) to such a degree; many can’t stand the thought of being with white men. I’ll add that white women have the highest cases of infertility in the world. A strange coincidence? In 1922, Margaret Sanger, founder of Planned Parenthood, literally stated bluntly for abortion to be a prescribed remedy by whites on people of color, particularly Black people, as a means to diminish them so that the white race would flourish. Link: http://www.dianedew.com/sanger.htm
Whites try to be scholarly in their responses to such facts, but Black people have more of a spiritual response: For every Black man that was lynched; white men killed their own seed.
I found this article interesting from one of the blogs I support: http://diaryofanegress.com/2013/06/03/mother-natures-cruelest-revenge/#respond
Black women however, prefer and do date and marry Black men preferentially.
Personally, I have no interest in white men and frankly speaking, as I sit at my computer typing these words; there is NO DESIRE in me to incubate and birth a seed that has been infected with the seeds of hate that all white people carry within them.
All I can say is that there are laws at work in this universe and in relation to white folks; they have been selected by nature (oh-oh) for demise, as well as being the recipients of God’s judgement for their choice to deny him and challenge his divine authority.
* I welcome debate on this one…