Go Tell My People Who They Are! the True Biblical Identity of Black People

Go Tell My People Who They Are! the True Biblical Identity of Black People : The Biblical & Historical Identity of Ham, Shem, and Japheth's Descendents

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Superiority of any race is not a biblical construct; it is a human one - out of one man came every race - Acts 17:26 states, "And He made from one [common origin, one source, one blood] all nations of men to settle on the face of the earth, having definitely determined [their] allotted periods of time and the fixed boundaries of their habitation (their settlements, lands, and abodes), and this "one common origin and source" is Kushitic or Cushitic. We are all descendents from Adam and Eve, made in the image of God (I Corinthians 14:45). It is from this root that all the peoples of the world developed. It was God who placed each of Noah's sons, Ham, Shem and Japheth's in boundaries that he had established for their habitation, Ham and Shem occupying what we call today Africa and Arabia, and Japheth in the far North. It is God who also allotted each their own periods to dominate and rule in the earth, their very definitive allotment of times, Ham, Shem and now Japheth. I will put forth in this work evidence, biblically, archaeologically, anthropologically, scientific genetic DNA evidence that will clearly delineate the pre-flood inhabitants, and each of the nations of people that came forth after the flood with Noah's sons, Ham, Shem and Japheth; as well as explore the root of racism based on skin color and the ancient biblical landscape and its peoples. We will explore the ancient landscape of Mesopotamia looking at Sumer and Shinar, the dispersion of the people at the Tower and the development of the different tongues and races; then we will look at Japheth's sons and the Age of Discovery, the development of European Imperialism and its resultant racist agenda that led to the African slave trade, the colonization of Africa and the atrocities and horrors that has led to racism based on black skin and religion resulting in the Holocaust. We will explore the biblical truth of the black nations through the lens of God, not man. What does God say about the Ethiopian who He declared could not change his skin color; this truth as the prophet Jeremiah brought forth will also be revealed. Just who are the Kushitic peoples and how did they become the root of all the races. How did Kush get in the Garden of Eden and what does Kush have to do with the development of Egypt, Ethiopia and Libya. This work will explore Egypt and Israel's ancient history and relationship; it will look at the true ethnicity of the Ancient Israelites, the Canaanites, and the Semites, Ethiopians, Assyrians, the Babylonians and the Egyptians, and the prophetic word for them in these last days. Satan is the father and the source for lies and deception, and this work will look at the deep deception and lies that have been put forth to hide the true identity of Ham's black sons and Shem's brown ones. It is a timely look at Egypt, Ethiopia, Libya, Tunisia, Yemen, Arabia, and all the rumbling and shakings that are now gripping what we know as the Ancient Biblical Landscape of the Torah, and this impacts its descendents dispersed around the world in the African Diaspora. The truth has been concealed for centuries but God is bringing the true revelation in this book. It is a must read for every human being living today who wants to know the truth and be set free as only God's truth can do.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 204 pages
  • 152 x 228 x 14mm | 421.84g
  • Createspace
  • North Charleston SC, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1468159593
  • 9781468159592

About Janice Rozett Swinton

Janice Swinton is a journalist and author, specializing in African and African American History. She writes and lectures on slave history, biblical black history, also writes plays and performs oral history from the slave narratives. She has over twenty years experience in Christian missions and discipleship and specializes in women's ministry, spiritual retreats, host women's conferences, and is a biblical teacher and life coach. She is a motivational speaker and keynote speaker both in the U.S. and abroad. She earned a B.S. degree in Journalism from The University of Kansas. She has been published nationally in Christian magazines, founded "Sistahs" a Magazine for Christian Black Women, self published "Freedom Cafe: Southern Comfort Up North" and her most current "Go Tell Black People Who They Are" and a discipleship workbook entitled "Ruth and Naomi: A Modern Day Discipleship Journey." She has been a believer since 1984, has worked in the harvest fields since salvation, both as a foreign missionary, working in China, Philippines, Africa, Haiti, the Dominican Republic and Costa Rica; as well as outreach ministry here in the USA. She is an ordained minister, and is currently a ministry partner with her husband, James Swinton and recently moved from Maine back to her hometown in Mississippi. Janice lectures on multicultural diversity, women's issues and black history and has been a guest speaker at Colby, Bates, Bowdoin and the College of the Atlantic in Maine. She has also lectured and performed at schools and colleges in Kansas, Maine, Missouri and Mississippi."show more