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Observation of a Man with a Dream. A celebration for all of us.

Tomorrow January 20, 2014 we observe the Birthday of Martin Luther King, Jr. in the United States.   I think every year more information is uncovered regarding his death.  He was and still is the inspiration for many regardless of the color of their flesh.

He came at a time when groups were focused on dividing rather than uniting.  One man that was focusing on empowerment and freedom.   He was a man who fought for his beliefs regardless of being politically correct and a good example for all of us.

As we move on into the future, we need to remember what was accomplished by the life of Martin Luther King, Jr.   Even though some may use him and his life as a way to divide people and races we need to look beyond those selfish goals and look to the reasoning behind it.    As the body of Christ, we have many members and those members are made up of various colors and nationalities.

Now let’s think about this a minute.   Who’s really behind separation and division?   Let us never forget how evil things can get when a nationality is singled out and targeted for destruction. We are still uncovering the horrors that the Jewish people faced as many of them died during The Holocaust.

Just like you cannot judge a book by it’s cover, I don’t think it is wise to judge a man by his color.

Take a minute and thank the Lord that today…you can still dream, encourage, and speak your mind in the USA.   And then be vigilant to honor those that have went on before us and died for our freedom as a nation. Let us never again let any other group lead us astray and  try to divide, strangle, oppress or silence our freedoms as one who is created equal in God’s eyes.  May they also not be able to use holidays and other things we celebrate as a nation to bring up division.

My hope is that we in the USA open our eyes to what is going on and realize..

If they’re not for GOD.  They’re not for US.

This is AccessN2Grace and I approve of this message.

“He who passively accepts evil is as much involved in it as he who helps to perpetrate it. He who accepts evil without protesting against it is really cooperating with it.”  Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

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