The curse of Ham

The story of how Noah’s son Ham saw his father naked and Noah’s curse which came as a result of the incident has for centuries been used to justify hatred for and oppression of black people.  Unfortunately, even in some Christian circles today, people of European descent have held on to this concept and have passed it on to their descendants.  They would never speak of their true feelings in public about it, but when they are in private it is sometimes discussed.  Does this concept hold any merit?  Let’s look at what the scripture says:

“And Noah began to be an husbandman, and he planted a vineyard: And he drank of the wine, and was drunken; and he was uncovered within his tent.  And Ham, the father of Canaan, saw the nakedness of his father, and told his two brethren without.  And Shem and Japheth took a garment, and laid it upon both their shoulders, and went backward, and covered the nakedness of their father; and their faces were backward, and they saw not their father’s nakedness.

And Noah awoke from his wine, and knew what his younger son had done unto him.  And he said, Cursed be Canaan; a servant of servants shall he be unto his brethren.  And he said, Blessed be the LORD God of Shem; and Canaan shall be his servant.  God shall enlarge Japheth, and he shall dwell in the tents of Shem; and Canaan shall be his servant.” (Genesis 9:20-27)

It was wrong for Noah to get drunk like he did, but what Ham did was wrong also.  When he realized his father was naked he should have turned away immediately.  Instead, he gazed at his father for a while and in his heart he despised and dishonored his father.  So he went to his brothers and probably told them how ridiculous their father looked.  His brothers, acting out of reverence and respect for their father, walked backwards so as not to see Noah’s nakedness and covered him with a cloth.

In reading this passage, we must remember that Noah was a prophet of God.  The curse he spoke was out of the foreknowledge that God gave to him.  Ham greatly disrespected his father and God revealed to Noah the disrespect that Ham’s son Canaan would receive.  Ham had four sons–Cush (the founder of Ethiopia), Mizraim (the founder of Egypt), Phut (the founder of Libya), and Canaan (the founder of Canaan).  Canaan was the only one cursed by Noah.  Ham was never cursed.  The Canaanites (which included the Hittites, Amorites, Jebusites, and other people who settled in Canaan) were black, but they did not settle the continent of Africa.  Noah foreknew that Israel, the descendants of Shem, would conquer the Canaanites and he used his prophetic curse to humble Ham as a way of telling him that he had no right to despise Noah like he did since his descendants the Canaanites would be despised.

Ham’s other three sons who were the true ancestors of the Africans did not receive any curse from Noah.  Those who want to justify their racial hatred based on Genesis 9 are without any basis whatsoever.  Furthermore, anyone who calls themselves a Christian shouldn’t be filled with hatred anyway. 

God “hath made of one blood [Adam] all nations of men for to dwell on all the face of the earth, and hath determined the times before appointed, and the bounds of their habitation.” (Acts 17:26).  Why is it that a person of one skin color who claims to be a Christian would hate a person of another skin color who claims to be a Christian?  “If a man say, I love God, and hateth his brother, he is a liar: for he that loveth not his brother whom he hath seen, how can he love God whom he hath not seen?” (1 John 4:20).  Selah.

–posted by Harry A. Gaylord–

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  1. Racism is a byproduct of how a person is raised and also the strongholds over the area in which they live. Oddly enough the real curse is not on the descendants of Ham but on those who have hatred in their heart based on someone’s skin color.


    1. I actually CAN believe that I am Reading this but it is still pretty sad. Read Leviticus 26 also know that the majority of the Brethren in the scriptures are of African descent Ham was a darker skinned version of all of the Brethren.
      Even today the darker skinned Africans in Niger (I hate that you all named it that) and Nigeria are still to this day used as servants for the fair skinned Africans. If you want to know Noah was thought to be white by his father when he was born and so his father went to see Enoch about this. Noah had son and they were also African (Or black if you wanna get all weird about it) African forsook the commandments given to us and now we have to deal with it but man some of you really make repent to YAHWEH when I here you speak and actually believe that you were ion the TORAH and that the khazars are the true chosen people of YAHWEH. Africans have shame and Britannians have Pride and Vanity.
      Read Leviticus 26. Or better read the entire Byblos or even a translation of the Tanakh. Be blessed

      All Praise be to YAHWEH!


      1. B., I don’t know where you’re getting your information from, but you’re way off. It seems that you take pride not only in being misinformed or deceived, but also in spreading your deceptions and misinformation. First of all, your statement about darker Africans and fair skinned Africans in Niger and Nigeria is not true. Maybe you should go there for yourself before you make such misinformed statements. Don’t you ever question what people in your religious circles tell you? Maybe you should try not to be so gullible.

        And that story about Noah’s father taking him to Enoch because of his skin color is not part of inspired scripture. It’s not in the Bible. And I’m really sick and tired of you “Hebrew Israelites”, Hebrew wannabes, calling yourselves the true chosen people when you’re not. I’m also fed up with you calling everyone in the nation of Israel khazars. It’s all just smoke and mirrors–part of your deceptions.

        Instead of worrying about what the true Hebrews in Israel are doing and passing yourselves off as the real Hebrews when you’re not, why don’t you focus on learning the truth and forsaking your lies?


  2. If God gave Noah the ability to curse all future generations of Ham, then Noah is the very first “Man of God” with such far reaching influence over other “Jars of clay” as himself. If this far reaching conclusion is taken at face value, racist can say from Ham (Canaan) forward none of these people would have access to God’s mercy or saving Grace as other “jars of clay” (mankind), and it was initiated by cursing Canaan and his descendents throughout his entire lineage. Does that resemble God’s character?


  3. Noah’s curse, as I stated above, was a prediction of how the Israelites would one day conquer Canaan. His curse is no different than God saying he would cause iniquity to be paid for up to the third or fourth generation of those who sinned (Numbers 14:18). There were many ethnic groups and nations in the Old Testament who received such curses through Moses and other prophets because their sin became so bad that God had to deal with them accordingly. God has at one time or another dealt with the sin of people of all races because all of mankind is under sin.

    Actually, Noah was the first to “curse” future generations and to have far reaching influence. As he built the ark for 120 years, he preached to all mankind that their days were numbered and God would destroy them with a flood. His was the only family to survive while countless generations of humans were permanently snuffed out.

    The Canaanites continued to exist and thrive in the midst of Israel. One of them in the New Testament was a disciple of Jesus Christ (Mark 3:18). Jesus even healed a Canaanite woman’s daughter (Matthew 15:22-28).


  4. What about the Oriental peoples? The Oriental peoples’ lineage is traced back to Sin, son of Canaan, son of Ham, son of Father Noah. If the Noahic curse had indeed fallen on all of Canaan’s descendants, in what way are the Chinese or other people of Oriental descent cursed? How are they the “servant of servants”? The Canaanites who inhabited the Promised Land were conquered and nearly annihilated by the Israelites per the command of the LORD. But what of Canaan’s other children, the Orientals? I’m Asian myself and would like to know.


  5. The curse was a foretelling of what would happen to the Canaanites who settled in the land of Canaan, as I mentioned. It included the Canaanites, Hittites, Girgasites, Hivites, Amorites, Perizzites, and Jebusites, who owned Jerusalem before David kicked them out (see Exodus 3:17 and Deuteronomy 7:1). The rest of the Canaanites were apparently exempt. The main reason the Canaanites lost the land of Canaan was because of their wickedness (Deuteronomy 9:4-6). This is probably what God showed Noah as the basis for the curse.

    It is also interesting to note that descendants of Shem and other Hamitic people (the Philistines) were conquered by Israel, but the Canaanites were the majority of those conquered.


  6. Did anyone even mention that there was plenty of African-Judeo blood in Jesus lineage. Moses married an Ethiopian, and Her father was a mideanite priest whom counseled Moses. God intervened against Moses family when they spoke against his wife, so obviously not all black people were cursed. Why would include them in his plan and protect them etc.?


  7. Harry, I have a question regarding the incident with Ham and Noah. I’d like your opinion on this.

    I’ve recently been reading a Christian book called “What Hath God Wrought!” (A Biblical Interpretation of American History) by Dr. William P. Grady. He speaks about this curse in the third chapter of his book (This chapter focuses on the blessing Noah said over Japheth and Shem) Anyways, here is a quote from this chapter:

    “In these verses we see the patriarch Noah uttering specific prophecies concerning the posterity of his three sons — Ham, Shem and Japheth. Thse pronouncements were provoked by a particularly shameful incident. Sometime after the flood, Noah became a husbandman and planted a vineyard. After he became intoxicated and fell asleep, his younger son Ham perpetrated a homosexual act on his own father (Genesis 9:21, 24: Leviticus 18:18-20; Deuteronomy 27: 20). Because Ham had already been blessed in Genesis 9:1 and because his sin was connected with his “seed,” God directed Noah to place the curse on Ham’s son, Canaan” (Grady 23-24).

    I had always heard that what Ham did was one of the first Homosexual acts mentioned in the Bible. But, after reading the scriputure carefully… there seems to be nothing about his action being homosexual. Though, I must admit that looking at your father’s nakedness could be homosexual… if it was done out of lust. Hmm… and the part of the scripture where Ham told his brothers? Did he really despise his father in his heart? I’m not exactly positive that was the case either… but both your response and Dr. Grady’s response can fit this senario. Just wanted your opinion on this, if you don’t mind. Thank you for posting on this subject as well, because I had always thought of Ham’s action as being a Homosexual act, but I see your point as well.


  8. I’ve heard the homosexuality argument before, but I’ve dismissed it because of the context of this scripture. Seeing someone’s nakedness is mentioned as being sexual in some scriptures like in Leviticus and Deuteronomy, but also refers to someone despising another person in their heart after they’ve seen them naked like in Isaiah 47:3 and Lamentations 1:8. The latter scriptures are in keeping with the modern day proverb that says “Familiarity breeds contempt.”

    I reject the homosexuality based on what Shem and Japheth did in Genesis 9:23. They walked backward to cover their father and did not look at him which was the exact opposite of what Ham did. We are told what they did as a contrast to Ham’s reaction–to demonstrate the right way versus the wrong way of handling this situation. Their act was an act of love and respect for their father in not wanting him to be seen in a shameful state. Ham left his father open and exposed because of his lack of respect and honor for him. At this time, Noah’s sons had children running around and if he were left exposed, any one of these children could have walked in on Noah. Shem and Japheth cared enough that they didn’t want this to happen.


  9. “Ham was never cursed. The Canaanites (which included the Hittites, Amorites, Jebusites, and other people who settled in Canaan) were black, but they did not settle the continent of Africa. ”

    Things are not as Black and White as we tend to make them. I understand what you are saying here, but let me just offer this; the people you are mentioning did not ‘find’ the countries. They settled/lived in a certain area and that land was usually called by their name. Their was no continent called “Africa” as we refer to it today, divided by the Suez canal and delineated by man made geographic borders. Your land was where you lived and what you controlled/influenced. Where did Canaan start and Africa end? What makes the Canaanites “black”? By ‘black” do you mean the color of their skin, or are you using “black” as some type of racial or ethnic designation? I could wonder what made them “black” but didn’t make any of the other children “black” if it wasn’t a curse or something to explain this ‘difference’. If not you would think certain genetic/biological traits were inherited from their parents? Who was the “black” Parent?

    See for me this still reflects the sin (error) of racism and racist thinking. It doesn’t matter that you correct the error and lie by saying his skin color was not changed as the result of a curse. It is still racist when you try and address this thing with terms like “black” and “white.” It appears as if you are injecting our language, concept, and understanding of race/color into a biblical context. It doesn’t fit. It is no different than those who say the loss of skin color through the depigmenting effects of ‘biblical leprosy” resulted in “white” people. That is not true. The curse of leprosy on Gehazzi which resulted in a change in his appearance did not then automatically transform him into a different race. He was white (skin appearance), and his seed would also be subject to the conditions of “the curse” but they did not become “White people” or a “White race, any more than Moses or Miriam became white by the temporary change in their skin color.

    Racism and racist in trying to promote inferiority of one group over another seized upon an elemental trait as a marker for some alleged genetic and/or spiritual inferiority of “others’. Racism as practiced by Hitler in Nazi Germany, and racism as an adjunct to the institution of slavery in the Americas had no equal throughout the history of mankind, and it still taints our understanding of the Truth of who we are In Christ, where there is neither Jew, nor Gentile, and most certainly Black nor White. Yet I continue to hear the term “Black Church” and White Christians” come out of the mouth of ‘believers’.


  10. Ken,

    You’re splitting hairs here for the sake of an argument. Whatever Africa was called is not the point. I’m using today’s terms that people understand to link them back to a concept of where the majority of people with black skin settled. I understand the point you’re trying to make in that there is only one race–the human race–and that our only difference is the amount of melanin in our skin. The name Ham means “hot,” which probably described Ham’s dark suntanned skin.

    Racism, or a person feeling their ethnic group or skin color is superior to another ethnic group or skin color, is almost as old as mankind. The Jews often referred to Gentiles as dogs, which is why Jesus used the word in his exchange with the woman whose daughter was possessed in Mark 7. Mark then goes on to describe the woman as Greek because Greece was where she was from, but Syrophenician was her nation by birth, or her ethnic group. Elsewhere in the scriptures, she is called a Canaanite. In other words, her skin was black.

    The word “nation” in the New Testament is the Greek word “ethnos” and refers to a person’s tribe or ethnic group, which includes skin color. Racism showed up in the early church when the Greek widows were being overlooked for receiving distributions of food and Peter had to step in to resolve the issue.


  11. ham was not cursed. canaanites were cursed and even the people in the bible were always cursed by white skin. jesus was black (rev1:15), moses was black , solomon was black all the israelites were blacks. they did not look different from other sons of ham like ethiopians, ancient kemetians. they were all blacks. israel is not in middle east. its part of africa but because of the suez canal it seems part of the middle east. moses and paul were mistaken by the gentiles(white people the descendants of esau).


  12. kwajo,

    I don’t know where you got your information from, but you need to look at what the Bible really says. And I mean a Bible based on the Masoretic and Textus Receptus manuscripts, like the King James (i.e. Authorized Version), because they tell the whole truth.

    People in the Bible were not cursed with white skin. They were cursed with LEPROSY which has boils, sores, and brittleness, not just a white color to it. Look at a medical dictionary or encyclopedia with pictures if you don’t believe me. Israelites were NOT descendants of Ham, they descended from Shem through Abraham. Their skin color ranged from brown to olive.

    If you want a perfect example of how people of the same ethnicity can have varying skin colors, look at Asian Indians. Some of them are as dark as Africans while others are almost as light as Europeans, but they descended from Japheth from whom the Europeans also descended. Arabs are the same way. Some of them look African, some look like Latinos, some look like your stereotypical Arab, and others look European.

    Sometimes people from different unrelated ethnic groups can look similar, especially if they share the same skin tone. So it’s no surprise Paul was mistaken for an Egyptian in Acts 21.

    But another reason the captain of the Roman guard thought Paul may have been Egyptian is because of the confusion that the Jews stirred up in the midst of the riot. They yelled about Paul defiling the temple by having Gentiles enter it, so the captain was confused by what was going on because everyone was yelling something different (see Acts 21:34). Then Paul spoke to him fluently in Greek. If you know your history, descendants of the Greeks were running Egypt at the time of the incident and these descendants of the Greeks were now being called Egyptians. They were primarily olive-skinned or very light brown.

    Since the people were yelling about Gentiles defiling the temple, he probably thought Paul was Gentile. Then Paul spoke fluent Greek like the Egyptians and he had the skin tone of a Greek-descended Egyptian. All of these factors led the captain to make the assumption that Paul was Egyptian. But Paul was a Hebrew, a descendant of Shem through Abraham. Some descendants of Shem through Abraham shared some of the skin tones of Africans, but they were not Hamitic.

    If we make the assumption that Israel is really part of the African continent but the Suez makes it seem like it’s the Middle East, that same twisted logic could be used to claim the Arabian peninsula is really Africa, but the Red Sea makes us think its the Middle East. That’s just plain ridiculous. Israel is a southwest Asia nation.

    As far as the descendants of Esau are concerned, they are the brothers of the Israelites, not “white” as you claim. Isaac, the son of Abraham, had twins–Jacob and Esau. Jacob’s name was later changed to Israel and his descendants were the Hebrews, or Jews. If both Israel and Esau descended from Shem, father of the Semites, how the heck can Esau’s descendants be “white” as you claim?

    So not ony do you need an education in history, but you could also use one on the Bible, and geography, because it’s obvious that everything you’ve learned is a bunch of misinformation or just plain lies.


  13. Well, it does seem more than a little strange that blacks that were subjected to the slave trade seem to fit all the curses outlined as a punishment for breaking the covenant. No other ethnic group can point to having suffered all the curses, but blacks subjected to the transatlantic slave trade can. Why then the reluctance to admit that they could very well be true Israelites? If color isn’t important since we’re all children of The Heavenly Father, why sneer at the notion that blacks could be Israelites?

    The fact that people don’t bat an eye when some white cats claim to be the “chosen people” is very telling. Why did the Father choose them and what job were they chosen to do is my question. It’s also kind of strange that they never mention being punished for breaking the covenant.

    But if a person of color says that they could be the people Moses led out of Egypt–look out. All the experts and the scholars come out of the woodwork to discredit him or her. These same experts say that Egypt was a nation founded by one of Ham’s sons and Ham was black. But….The Hebrews and Moses weren’t black.

    Moses was, however, adopted by the king’s daughter and raised as an EGYPTIAN but he was white. Yeah, that kind of thing happens all the time..


  14. [Well, it does seem more than a little strange that blacks that were subjected to the slave trade seem to fit all the curses outlined as a punishment for breaking the covenant. No other ethnic group can point to having suffered all the curses, but blacks subjected to the transatlantic slave trade can. Why then the reluctance to admit that they could very well be true Israelites?]

    Blacks are not the true Israelites because they descended from Ham. True Israelites descended from Shem through Abraham and are Semitic.

    There are plenty of ethnic groups that have suffered a lot. The transatlantic slave trade is not the only way to suffer. Look at the Native American populations of both North and South America. They suffered greatly at the hands of European explorers. And have you forgotten about the Holocaust?

    And as far as the African slave trade is concerned, Europeans, Arabs, and Africans took part in the transatlantic slave trade. Africans sold out rival tribes to Arabs first and Europeans later to strengthen their own tribes but ended up weakening the whole continent in the process. And those weaknesses continue to this day.

    Hebrews, the descendants of Shem, come in a variety of skin colors and some of them in ancient times looked black. Just because an ethnic group shares some of the skin shades as Africans does not mean they are black.


  15. I am blessed to read all these writings about racism; the subject is a reality. However, it is also a measurement of how much a people are brain washed or how much of themselves they can read and think and make sense of.
    Why would we go even ask about it if it is accepted that One creator, one couple ancestor, Adam and Eve, one parent, Adam, was made out of dust? When is it possible that a clay, dust became white? It takes bleach right?
    So, I agree with all of you people that racism is irrelevant to the curse of Ham.
    However, I believe in two different stories of creating a human kind:
    One made by the creator of Universe
    One made by the scientific engineering through breeding species to produce slaves.
    I would like to hear from you
    Peace and love, wittness to the truth
    Maria A.B.


    1. Maria,
      Dust particles come in a whole range of colors that cover the whole spectrum of the shades of mankind’s skin. There are white dust/clay particles, black dust/clay particles, and all shades of brown dust/clay particles. At the end of the day, none of this matters to God who created all of us. He is not a respecter of persons and does not play favorites based on skin color like man does. Man looks at the outward appearance, but God looks at the heart (a man’s character).

      Adam, according to his name, had reddish skin and we all descended from him. Our varying skin tones came from our God-given genes, so when light people mated with other light people, those genes became prominent in their skin tones and when darker people mated with other darker people, those genes became the prominent ones.

      There is only one story of how humans originated that is true–the story in Genesis where God created man on the 6th day. Man can do scientific things with genetics and breeding to change humans’ physical characteristics and outward appearance but they are only building on what God created and established in the beginning, therefore humans can never be the originator of the human race. That is reserved only for God.


  16. Funny how many here talk about how God or Noah cursed Cain and all his children forever to justify slavery. What the bible really says is NOAH cursed Cain to be a servant “TO HIS OTHER TWO BROTHERS”, NOT Cain and all his descendants after him to be servants forever. The curse was from Noah NOT God and it was a curse against Cain “alone” as a servant “to his other two brothers”. That’s what it says. So slavery is just one of the most inhumane things a people can do to another people and has nothing to do with Noah’s curse on Cain to be a “servant to his other two brothers”.


  17. The Chinese not cursed because they are not Ham descendant but they are descendant from Joktan because he migrated to the east you can see some Arabs are looked like east Asian people.
    you should look at this

    Mongoloid are descended from Shem.
    From the Study of Blood Types.

    Prof. Tanemoto Furuhata, who is the authority of forensic medicine at Tokyo University, writes in his book that the blood types of the Japanese and the Jews are very similar, and he was surprised to get to know of it. I also heard that a professor of Paris University had discovered that the chromosome “Y” of the Japanese is the same in size as that of the Jews.

    But I expect that further research will be done by a lot of people. The decisive evidence that may prove to all people that the Shem descendant came to Far east has not been discovered yet.


    1. huwawa, Ham wasn’t cursed. Only Canaan was. And not all Canaanites suffered from the curse. But to your point about the Chinese. Canaan had a son named Sin whose descendants were the Sinites. It’s believed they inhabited Sinai and the wilderness of Sin for awhile (see video below for the DNA proof of Chinese African ancestry). By the time Moses came along, it is believed they migrated to the far East and are not mentioned as one of the people encountered by the Jews of the exodus from Egypt.

      The Chinese even up to modern times are referred to as the “Sino” people, as in the “Sino-Japanese War.” The word “sino” referring mainly to the Chinese comes from the word “Sinai” in the Greek and “Sin” in the Arabic, both of them talking about Sin, the son of Canaan, the son of Ham. The word “China” is derived from the same words with the “S” replaced with “Ch.”

      It could be that the Sinites intermarried with Semitic people in ancient times and that could explain the genetic similarities. But the Chinese refer to themselves as “sino” and this is a term that can even be applied to other Asians who descended from the Chinese. The Asian people kept moving east in Asia and the Pacific and went on to cross over to North and South America to become the native tribes of the Americas.


    1. salohcin, I haven’t twisted the meaning of any words here. And blasphemy of the Holy Spirit is the only unforgiveable sin, according to the Lord Jesus, which I haven’t done and will never do.

      Have you done your etymology to even know for a fact that I “twisted” one word? I doubt it since if you did do some etymology on Canaan’s son Sin, you would know for a fact that what I said is true. You are probably upset because my truthful explanations don’t fit in to your personal theology or personal prejudices.

      When you bring up some disagreement with what a person says, you should try stating facts to counteract what you disagree with instead of just an angry outburst. And your telling me to stop isn’t going to help either since I don’t take orders from you.


  18. every race as you call it is from one man, and science is only man taking knowledge and separating it from god by not acknowledging him as creator of all knowledge. truth is hebrews intermarried with all ethnicities & visa versa. yashuah{jesus} has ham ancestry and shem ancestry, just read the bible. due to the intermarrying of all ethnicities thus say the lord theres no different between the jews and the greeks basicly meant there is no color, or races as long as you’re on the lords side and punishment will come to both jew and greek who doesnt serve him. being a man with dominate african american genes, my ancestory comes from irish, scottish,african,hindu indian,native american,mexican and distant hebrew ancestory so it goes to show you it doesnt matter what you have or look like. its the holy spirit that dwells within you, but for knowledge sake all cultures in early christian worshipers show him drawn as dark with wooly hair, but also remember that the lord says blessed are those who believe and do not see, cause if you want to see you may be like doubting thomas, and also says do not worship any graven images cause men always depict god in their image when in truth we are in his image a 3 part being mind(soul), inner man(spirit), and flesh(carnal)


  19. I just want to say I appreciate the article and what you are trying to say, but any how it does not matter what color or race these people in the bible, (black white green orange purple).There is only one race and that is the human race. So called, christians, who justify thier hatred for another race by using the bible, is basically what I expect. People have always used the Bible(sadly) to justify their actions, picking and choosing which word they want to follow and which scripture they want to ignore and what ever scripture they don’t like they twist it to suit there sinful desire. Men even used the bible to justify their superiority over women. The bible made it clear ALL HAVE FALLEN SHORT AND ALL HAVE SINNED FOR NO ONE IS RIGHTEOUS NO NOT ONE. BUT JESUS HIMSELF. I am glad I serve A God that does not look at the outer appearance but the heart.

    But that is how the devil works, HATRED. He is very good at his job. And one thing i can say about it, we are all going to be accounted for the things we have done on earth, the things we say, the things we thought. When judgement comes to us, when we die, God is not going to look at skin, and I have a feeling that( unless they pray and repent) some of those people who used the bible to harm others are going to be the main ones that Jesus says DEPART FROM ME YOU DOERS OF INIQUITY OR I DO NOT KNOW YOU. Imagine that coming from Jesus’ mouth. That will be a very scary and a sad day for them.


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