On MLK Day We Still Cannot be Satisfied

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Outstanding tribute of Martin Luther King Jr. by one of my favorite writers, Pastor Ronnie Floyd in CHURCHLEADERS:

Martin Luther King, Jr. was a dreamer. He saw what others could not see. He heard what others did not hear. He felt what others did not feel. Therefore, he did what others were not willing to do.

King understood any form of racism defies the dignity of human life. That is why, in the midst of racial injustice and division in America, he dreamed about a day in our nation when “justice rolls down like waters and righteousness like a mighty stream.” His quote of Amos 5:24 mirrored the heart of a prophet who in his own day was witness to injustice and inequality.

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