While ungodly black celebrities, unruly teens (who imitate celebrities), and the media, have given blacks a negative image, there are blacks throughout the country, who truly are the story line of strength and admiration, as they stand on qualities of humility and faith in God, during good times and bad.
While a segment of whites still hide behind racist tactics and push every hateful button possible to send blacks into deep depression, such horrific treatment historically pushed many blacks to deeper levels of faith in God than anyone could ever imagine. It’s out of the deep pain of blacks that they have established a special relationship with God and witnessed Jesus Christ to be the authenticity of love. It is nobody, but Jesus Christ, who gave them hope and the strategy of song to escape slavery, therefore Jesus Christ remains the solid foundation for generations of black families. Faith, that this world doesn’t understand, is not based on what any man can do to you. Faith is believing God, who says there is a better life to come, despite what man does here—understanding this life is not the end; it is merely a test to determine if we qualify for the real life in heaven with God, forever. Christ, the ambassador of eternal life, has promised a better life—where there is no hate, and no problems, but it’s only for those who chose, in this life, to love God and to love all people.
Black slaves in America were quietly taught by God-fearing whites to read the Bible, a Book that a select group of whites today take for granted and have replaced with money, designer items, exotic ideologies and gold statues. Blacks, who were in America before the Civil War, took the Gospel and accepted it as their own because they experienced for themselves a God who loves them because He created them—their dark hue, their curly hair texture, their soulful voice, their free-spirit, their expression of joy, their gratitude of freedom, their love of family, their resourcefulness, their contentment with simple living, and their God-given gifts and talents.
Faith is the only thing some blacks have, but is everything they need because it is an assurance that God loves them, despite what mankind does. Whites, who rely on white "supremacy," are furious with the joy many blacks express because "supremacists" lack hope when life doesn’t go their way—when God is telling them to let go of their superficial status, as God is supreme and He shares His supremacy with no one—but He pours out His love to everyone who accepts it.