No Colored People Allowed (What If God Had That Attitude?)

Before God created the heavens and earth he already foreknew us, and at the appointed time we were conceived, formed, and being fashioned and knitted together in our mother’s womb. Psalm 139:13 it says: For you formed my inward parts; you covered me in my mother’s womb. Verse 15-16 it says: My frame was not hidden from you, when I was made in secret, and skillfully wrought in the lowest parts of the earth. Your eyes saw my substance, being yet unformed, and your book they all were written. The days fashioned for me, when as yet there was none of them. When the appointed time came for us to be delivered, we was brought forth into the world as newborn babes, and we knew absolutely nothing but was just only existing. But as we slept in the nursery along with other babies of different races, we were not bothered by it because we knew nothing about color, nationality, or gender. I remember when I was about three years old at a daycare center, and I colored a picture of an elephant purple and took it home and showed it to my mother. Some of my family members laughed at the picture because they thought it was funny of me to color an elephant purple. But my mother took pride in the picture and rejoiced in the work of my hands because those were the thoughts and the imagination of her baby girl, and she didn’t care what others thought about it. There are many of you who are parents and take pride in your children’s accomplishment whether it’s writing, drawing, sports, making good grades and etc. You have hung their achievements on the refrigerator, shelves, posted them on Facebook, and even told family or friends about what they have done because you were very happy and proud of them. So why can’t some of us be happy and rejoice in the work of God’s hand and the things which he has created, but would instead hate someone because he made them a different color? And for something that a person had no control over? Did God give any of us the privilege to tell him that we wanted to be Black, White, Hispanic, Indian, and etc? Were we able to choose our parents, siblings, or tell him whether we wanted to be a man or woman? Could we have chosen our birth or death dates? Absolutely not!!! And no particular people, group, or race will ever be completely removed from the face of the earth. In the book of Exodus chapter 1 verses 15-22, Pharaoh gave a command that if the Hebrew women gave birth to a son, then the son should be killed in order to keep them from multiplying and that the girls were to be spared. But the Egyptian midwives feared God and spared the boys anyway and they continued to multiply. In these last days, we will all continue to multiply whether you’re Black, White, Hispanic, Indian, and etc, so the violence and killings due to the skin color needs to stop. What if we endured all the hardships that this life has to offer us and then come to the end of our lives and go to heaven only to see a sign outside the heaven gates which says: NO COLORED PEOPLE ALLOWED!!!! No Blacks, Whites, Hispanics, Indian, and etc? Then we all would be doomed and spending eternity in hell together, and hell would not separate us due to skin color. But praise God that he’s nothing like us, but loves each of us unconditionally. We are the work of his hands and he rejoices in his creation. I love every one of you no matter what color, nationality, language, or gender that you are, because you are my brothers and you are my sisters, and I will never treat you so unkind, because we were all created and made from dust and my love for you is colorblind…..


Vicky Pittard


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