There is no place in the life of the Christian for favoritism based on race (James 2:1–10).In fact, the biblical perspective is that there is only one “race”—the human race, with everyone having descended from Adam and Eve.
First, God is holy and will not have sin in his presence; he did not allow the sin of racism to go unpunished and swiftly took action. I did a quick search to examine the effects of leprosy.They have a unique struggle, that's often difficult and embarrassing to express. These hips won't allow such a thing; God made me with feminine curves.When I was single, I mainly felt comfortable in my identity. But I did wonder if I would get married, and if I did marry, if his family would accept me. But I chose to stay in my predominantly white church because I was being fed the Word and that was most important to me.Black women must fight to ignore the lies of the world and seek the truth in God's Word about who we really are: his beloved daughters made beautiful through Jesus.Those who choose to attend a predominantly white church add another challenge for themselves, in essence choosing to remain single for some time.