Tag Archives: Dr. Martin Luther King

May 14 – Overcoming Hate

Acts 21:37-22:29; Judges 17-18; Psalm 43 The movie “Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner” came out in 1967. The basic story of the movie is that a woman brings her fiancé home to meet the parents. He’s a doctor. He’s black. … Continue reading

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February 5 – Justice

Hebrews 1; Genesis 45:1-46:27; Psalm 36 “Blind Justice” is often seen in courtrooms. Blindfolded and holding scales, her image is a reminder that justice is supposed to deal fairly and impartially with all people. In America, we say we believe … Continue reading

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January 18 – Contrariness!

Psalm 145 (Praise God’s faithfulness); Isaiah 54:1-8 (God is married to Israel); Romans 12:9-21 (Live in harmony with one another) Sometimes, there is only so much you can do to get along with others. You know what I mean! Some … Continue reading

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August 31 – Righteousness and Justice

John 8:48-59; 2 Chronicles 5:2-14; Malachi 2:10-4:7 Justice and righteousness are the foundations of a godly society. The Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. knew that truth and quoted Amos when he said. “No, no, we are not satisfied, and … Continue reading

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