For here have we no continuing city, but we seek one to come. By him therefore let us offer the sacrifice of praise to God continually, that is, the fruit of our lips giving thanks to his name (Hebrews 13:14-15). As believers in Jesus Christ we are travelers in a world that is not our own. We are foreigners and we earnestly await the arrival of our King to bring us into glory with Him. This means that saving this world is not the mission of the believer. The mission is to hasten the coming of the King. Fearing the globalist agenda and working diligently to prevent its arrival is not the Christian mission. The believers mission is singularly to be salt and light and we should want unity. Why? Because it is the end of the thing that is better than the beginning. As the days of Noah, so shall the end be. In the days of Noah, the world was unified.
Alex Jones fears the interracial marital fulfillment. The globalist agenda to erase racism and unify people with a common goal. Sounds like a horrible idea, but when you understand Biblical prophecy, it is the idea that must take place before the end. Why would a believer want to delay the end? Why would a believer who loves God with their entire being want to delay the arrival of the King? Why would a believer want to impede or become an impediment to Biblical prophecy? The only reason you fear the globalist agenda is because this is your world and this is your city and you do not seek one to come.
The interracial martial fulfillment is part of Biblical prophecy. The thirst that black men have for white women and the thirst that white women have for black men is God’s design. Don’t think God gives a man a thirst? Ask Samson. Interracial marriage is God’s design and it is part of a necessary fulfillment before the end can come. As you may recall from reading the Bible that the book of Revelations does not speak about any division of people by racial groups. Why? Because it is not a factor. Fight as you may against the prophecy, but in the end, God’s Word becomes fact.
The only saving grace is to embrace the prophecy and find yourself on the side of the Lord. Don’t fight against the hand of God, but join Him. Don’t fight against the hand of prophecy, but help its fulfillment. Paul tells us to pray for leaders that we may live at peace as much is possible. Paul was against division. He was called to minister to the Gentiles because he fully embraced God’s mission. He even had to rebuke Peter for his national pride. Paul was clear about the mission and Biblical prophecy and sought to fulfill it. He worked diligently to hasten the coming of the Lord and that is our mission for such a time as this.
Interracial couples are on the cutting edge of fulfilling this mission and when they wrap their relationship in the blanket of Jesus Christ they become the epitome of hope for believers around the world. For the Bible declares “there is one body and one Spirit, just as you were called to one hope when you were called; one Lord, one faith, one baptism; one God and Father of all, who is over all and through all and in all” (Ephesians 4:4-6).