THE QUEEN OF SHEBA

              The Wisest Woman in the World

 

            The first time the word kingdom is recorded in Scripture  is in reference to a black man, Ham’s grandson Nimrod.  He was the first man  the Scriptures acknowledge as King.  In like manner the first use in the Bible of  the word Queen refers to a black woman.  (Gen. 10:7)  Her name is alleged to be Makeda, but the Scriptures refer to her as the Queen of Sheba or the Queen of the South, and her fame was such that 2,000 years later the Lord Jesus Christ knew of and referred to her examination of Solomon’s wisdom.  But first let us learn about the wisdom of Solomon, whose intellect this black Queen challenged.     Order Blacks in the Bible Vol. I  for the whole story at WWW.BLACKSINTHEBIBLE.NET

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                    JEZEBEL, QUEEN OF ISRAEL

                   The Woman Men Love to Hate

 

                  Next to Delilah, who caused  Samson’s downfall,  not many  woman have a more tarnished reputation than the lovely Jezebel.  When most preachers sermonize about Jezebel, they make her out to be a whore.  People commonly refer to  a woman who’s  been unfaithful to her husband as “a Jezebel.”  However, according to the Scriptures’ account of her life, Jezebel was not  a harlot, nor  was she  unfaithful to her husband, Ahab, King of Israel.  On the contrary, Jezebel was one of the most devoted wives in Scripture.  Order Blacks in the Bible Vol. I  for a more comprehensive view at WWW.BLACKSINTHEBIBLE.NET

 

                     CANDACE  Queen of the Ethiopians

             The Monarch that the Ethiopian Eunuch faithfully served is remembered by historians as a warrior Queen.  It is alleged that the name Candace was the name given to all queens of Ethiopia during her time, much like the title of Pharaoh was given to all African kings of ancient Egypt.  The name Candace means queen of servants.   Order Blacks in the Bible Vol. I  at WWW.BLACKSINTHEBIBLE.NET

Unlike other books on this subject, this book did not adopt the premise that if a person had one drop of Ham’s bloodline in his heritage then he or she was classified as black and so are his or her descendants forever and ever.  Otherwise, I would have never completed this work. Author, James Warden  The Scriptures state:

“Neither give heed to fables and endless genealogies, that minister questions, but rather [give heed] to godly edifying which is in faith: so do.” (1 Tim. 1:4)

Therefore, this book does not go into “endless genealogies.”  It simply explains the genealogy outlined in Genesis and in the Chronicles, which are fundamental to understanding the origins of races.  This book was written to correct the long standing misinformation Europeanized Christianity has perpetuated regarding Ham and of people of color from his lineage.  It sets the record straight regarding the long-standing history between blacks and Jews.   ORDER BLACKS IN THE BIBLE VOL. III. at WWW.BLACKSINTHEBIBLE.NET