But in every nation whoever fears Him and works righteousness is accepted by Him.
Acts 10:35, NKJV
God treats people with equality and impartiality when it comes to their immutable or unchanging characteristics. In other words, He treats us the same whether we were born male or female, tall or short, with skin that is lighter or darker. Specifically mentioned here are people from every ethnic group on earth. Though God does not show partiality, He does identify a standard for acceptance, namely, “whoever fears Him and works righteousness.” God is not judging people, as Martin Luther King, Jr., famously said, “by the color of their skin, but by the content of their character.” The virtues of equality and impartiality should not extend so far that they condone the sin of those who rebel against God. Equality must never be hijacked to blur the line between good and evil.