God is no respecter of persons, and neither am I. I do prefer to live with white people, because I am white. That is not racism, that is how God made us. God is a segregated God, who created and separated the different nations and peoples of those nations. I believe marriage is honorable in all (Hebrews 13:4), but ethically I think it is generally best for whites to marry whites, and blacks to marry blacks. That is my opinion, not a commandment from God. It is acceptable to marry anybody you want, but only in the Lord (2nd Corinthians 6:14-17). You don't want the Devil for a father-in-law. Again, I love everybody. I realize that some of the largest and most effective soulwinning ministries in the U.S. is to illegal immigrants. I think that is necessary and wonderful. So I am not down on foreign people, God forbid. But if a church thinks that open borders is not a problem, you've got holes in your head!
Churches who don't care about open borders don't care about patriotism! America was “great” when she was good, and she was good when she had great churches, and when our churches were great we were patriotic toward our country! After the anticipated attack on Pearl Harbor (99% of America was surprised, but not the people living in Hawaii), every teenage young man in America wanted to sign up to go fight! A nation without borders ceases to be a country! I realize that God does not teach us in the Bible to be patriotic, but it is a natural part of the segregation that God made to the peoples of the world. God divided the nations! God created several thousand different languages. God effectively gave us patriotism when He created all the different ethnicities. So there is nothing wrong with patriotism! However, it is very wrong when we prioritize loyalty for one's country over obedience to God.