Why? Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.; We are called to love our Brothers

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LISTEN NOW! Greg, John, and Pat discuss – Why? Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.we are called to love our brothers.  They continue to share how the greatest tragedy is to remain silent in the face of injustice.  This is not a sound byte but rather how Dr. King lived and how we are to live.  We must begin to teach all of America’s history.  They continued to discuss how many didn’t recognize Jesus when he walked about the face of the earth because they were expecting Jesus to arrive in a different way.  They further discussed how two men’s hearts burned when they thought they were just talking to a man but was later revealed that they were indeed speaking with Jesus.  What would happen if Jesus came to us in a different nationality? Would we embrace him? Rick Joyner shared a prophetic word that stated that African Americans would be used in a mighty way to usher in the third great awakening.   Why Dr. King?Because as an American Apostle his words still burn in our hearts some fifty years after he originally shared his now famousI have a dream speech.  If we don’t love our brother how can we say we love God?  The world sees another ethnicity but we see another brother.  Also shared in this segment: Injustice, Silence, History, Ammeus Road, Rick Joyner, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Apostle, and Love.
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