Christ's Color???

GusRowland

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Christ's Color???

All You White People who Are OR Are Not Christians, H-O-W are You White??
A-L-L White Men A-R-E (( """"A-L-B-I-N-O-S"""" ))!!!! - What is an "ALBINO"???

What Color is The Heavenly BEINGS, White OR Black??

HEAVENLY WHITE I-S The "TRUTH"; Christ is the "White /// Truth", But Is that the Color WHITE?? -- ((((( N--O-O-O )))))!!!!!!!!

SO, What Color is Heaven AND The Heaven Saints??? ---- They Are ""Christ / Truth / God / Heaven""!!!!
Tell Me NOW; - Are You White OR Black?????

NOW W-H-A-T?????

PAUL, DAVID -- 082516
My question is, if Jesus is a different color than what you personally can imagine, will you have less acceptance of Him...?

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WatchmanOnTheWall

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The races and their different skin tones began to develop after God scattered the people at the Tower of Babel, into the 70 different languages that became 70 different nations and ethnicities. Adam an Eve were more than likely brown coloured, just the same as the dirt from which Adam was made. Jesus looked like this:



The Real Face of Jesus From the Shroud of Turin:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WNJPJ4JwHeE
 

Letsargue

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1 Corinthians 14/35

This is A ""Christian / Religious Program""!!!!!!!
God has ""N-E-V-E-R"" Spoken to ANY Woman except to keep Silent and Obey MEN in the CHURCH. ((((( T-H-I-S IS A ""CHURCH"" )))))!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

A CHURCH IS A "G-R-O-U-P" Of Religious People and that is "ALL" It IS!!!!!!!!!

3/17/17

PAUL DAVID!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
 

Grosnick Marowbe

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1 Corinthians 14/35

This is A ""Christian / Religious Program""!!!!!!!
God has ""N-E-V-E-R"" Spoken to ANY Woman except to keep Silent and Obey MEN in the CHURCH. ((((( T-H-I-S IS A ""CHURCH"" )))))!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

A CHURCH IS A "G-R-O-U-P" Of Religious People and that is "ALL" It IS!!!!!!!!!

3/17/17

PAUL DAVID!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Thank you crazy man.
 

DavidK

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The races and their different skin tones began to develop after God scattered the people at the Tower of Babel, into the 70 different languages that became 70 different nations and ethnicities. Adam an Eve were more than likely brown coloured, just the same as the dirt from which Adam was made. Jesus looked like this:



The Real Face of Jesus From the Shroud of Turin:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WNJPJ4JwHeE

Wow, he looks so surprisingly like a Hollywood Jesus. Of course, you have to start with the assumption that the shroud of Turin is real. And ignore how much interpretation might have gone into trying to extrapolate that out of the shroud.

A forensic anthropolgist created this image of what a typical Galilean man would have looked like when Jesus was ministering.

https://goo.gl/images/vsEPAB

In Isaiah 53 the prophet predicted the Messiah wouldn't be attractive to the eye, but since what we find attractive changes a lot with culture and time, it's hard to know what that would actually mean.

But, yeah, as to actual color, His skin would have been a shade common for a descendant of Judah in Palestine. Dark, but not what we call "black".
 

WatchmanOnTheWall

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Wow, he looks so surprisingly like a Hollywood Jesus. Of course, you have to start with the assumption that the shroud of Turin is real. And ignore how much interpretation might have gone into trying to extrapolate that out of the shroud.

A forensic anthropolgist created this image of what a typical Galilean man would have looked like when Jesus was ministering.

https://goo.gl/images/vsEPAB

In Isaiah 53 the prophet predicted the Messiah wouldn't be attractive to the eye, but since what we find attractive changes a lot with culture and time, it's hard to know what that would actually mean.

But, yeah, as to actual color, His skin would have been a shade common for a descendant of Judah in Palestine. Dark, but not what we call "black".

It's not an assumption, please watch this to understand why: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I4c4812XA9A

Also that image was created by Computer graphics artist Ray Downing by using information embedded in the shroud, please watch rather than making assumptions, it is well worth it: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WNJPJ4JwHeE
 

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If we naturally form mental images of contemplated objects then it follows that we naturally form mental images of God Himself. Yet God expressly forbids making images of Him. The argument from natural imagination must be false. Even if it were proved that this was natural to men it would not justify the practice of making pictures of Christ. We have been given the ability to think through the nature and consequences of our actions; and believers have the grace of sanctification to enable them to depart from evil and to do good.

The apostles saw and knew the physical, visible image of Christ, but they never passed on any particular, visual description of it. They have taught us to know Christ by faith, not by sight. They have expressly taught that our faith in Christ and love to Him are not conditional on seeing Him, but are entirely dependent on the acceptance and consideration of Him as He has revealed Himself in His names, attributes, offices, works, words, and benefits.

Finally, we have a visible sign of Christ which has been given to assist faith in our sensory condition. It is called the Lord's supper; and a part of the exercise of communion at the Lord's supper is stirring up faith to spiritually feed upon Jesus. The practice of drawing sensory images of Christ and of contemplating Christ in them is counter-productive to the process of strengthening faith by means of the sacrament. Such a practice sets itself up in direct competition with the institution and ordinance of God, and is accurately called will-worship.

If any are tempted to think this is a light and trivial matter, please think again in the light of God's holy word. The Word calls us to separate from idolatry because idolatry corrupts our spiritual communion with God and defiles both flesh and spirit.


AMR
 

DavidK

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Finally, we have a visible sign of Christ which has been given to assist faith in our sensory condition. It is called the Lord's supper; and a part of the exercise of communion at the Lord's supper is stirring up faith to spiritually feed upon Jesus. The practice of drawing sensory images of Christ and of contemplating Christ in them is counter-productive to the process of strengthening faith by means of the sacrament. Such a practice sets itself up in direct competition with the institution and ordinance of God, and is accurately called will-worship.

My family started celebrating the Passover meal several years ago, and it has been a huge blessing in contemplating our Savior and what He has done for us. What communion has become in many Christian congregations is so stripped of a lot of the richness and joy that should be in the breaking of the bread and drinking of the cup.
 
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