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Thank God for Our President’s Prayers: More Hope for Life from Womb to the Tomb

Friday, May 3rd, 2019

“Then if my people who are called by my name will humble themselves and pray and seek my face and turn from their wicked ways, I will hear from heaven and will forgive their sins and restore their land.” – 2 Chronicles 7:14 NLT

May history always remember the day the President of The United States humbly acknowledged God our Creator at the annual National Day of Prayer on May 2, 2019. My heart was filled with love for humanity, faith for a gloriously transformed nation, and hope for a better day there in the Rose Garden of the White House on yesterday.

The sincere prayers of our Vice President and our First Lady set the tone for the impactful message delivered by America’s 45th president; Donald J. Trump. As the President spoke, tears filled my eyes, and during the lovely worship song, I heard myself resounding along with many gathered there: HALLELUJAH!

President Trump reaffirmed “In God we Trust” in so many ways. His strengthening of America’s religious freedom, his affirmation of the sanctity of life from the womb to the tomb, his compassion for those burdened by the opioid crisis; all of which are powerfully blanketed in prayer by those in support of the POTUS agenda, is so very encouraging.

When Rabbi Yisroel Goldstein called President Trump a healer, the resounding amens from among those gathered were remindful of the need of a great awakening. President Trump recently said he believes in redemption. Indeed, God has placed America on a path to redemption.

The Spirit of the Living God is upon many of us, evident in the POTUS delivery on promises of criminal justice reform, economic assistance for everyone, sanctity of life, compassionate humanitarian intervention and so much more.

Indeed, we are red-blooded Americans, endowed by our Creator with certain inalienable rights. President Trump has rightly noted that we all bleed the same. We must thank God for this insight.

In this light, let’s pray, “against all odds,” for our President, his family, and his valiant administrative team; for their continuing strength and success.

As we remember the ministry of the Prophet MLK, we must come together; as the one blood human race, created in the image of God: we are not colorblind.

Looking ahead to 2020, as we choose abundant life, may we learn to live together as brothers and sisters; so that we do not perish together as fools.

As we are moving forward in prayer, let us continue to pray; to unite in God’s love and mercy. May God bless us to see the day that America is redeemed and whole, amen.

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Today Is My Birthday

Tuesday, January 22nd, 2019

Yesterday we celebrated MLK’s birthday. Several candidates announced a presidential bid yesterday. Most if not all of those candidates are pro-abortion. Today is my birthday.

Today is also the anniversary of the horribly bad Roe v. Wade legislation which become law in 1973.

I’m not marching for life today. We did that last Friday at the annual March for Life where I was blessed to do the closing prayer. However, I am praying; and blogging.

Don’t be fooled y’all. Abortion is “a pig in a poke”. [Means something that is bought or accepted without knowing its value or seeing it first; an old fashioned saying from a 68 year old woman. Indulge me.]

Today, on my birthday, I’m praying for God to end the scourge of crimes against humanity with abortion at the top of the list. Today I’m not judging anyone. I’m just praying. Why? Because I’m post abortive; repentant and redeemed.

I can’t help wondering how long we will have to deal with the dichotomy of killing innocent babies in the womb [and often maiming their mothers in the process] and calling it good?

Meanwhile, we are fighting over a wall.

Actually building a security wall to assist in protecting American citizens as well as serving innocent immigrants seeking a better life is a good idea. That wall is a practicality.

On the other hand, tearing down the walls of hatred and bigotry in our hearts; that’s also a good idea. After all, we are not separate races; we are not color blind. We are one blood, one human race. [Acts 17:26]

While on yesterday some candidates cited MLK as inspiration for running for president in 2020, they seem to forget that MLK was a prophet and Bible preacher. To use his name and then promote abortion (as some if not all of those candidates do) and other crimes against humanity is contradictory.

During this season I often share LET FREEDOM RING. It’s a song I wrote in 1973, the year Roe v. Wade emerged to wreak havoc resulting in the deaths of over 60 million babies in the ensuing years.

Today is my birthday y’all. Pray with me that God will let justice run down as waters, and righteousness as a mighty stream. [Amos 5:24] LET FREEDOM RING.

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Marching for Life, Congressman King’s Our Brother, The Wall Makes Sense, MLK DAY All About Love

Friday, January 18th, 2019

As “boots on the ground” in Washington, DC for the 24th Annual National Memorial Prayer Service and the March for Life today, I’m also getting calls to defend Congressman Steve King for racist remarks. Meanwhile, my family and I are in the heat and heart of the celebration of the 90th birthday of my uncle Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. And people are still fighting about the wall.

I’m being asked if Congressman King a racist? Actually, from my point of view, until we all accept the scientific, philosophical and spiritual truth that we are all one human race, one Blood, we’re all a little racist.

Think about it. As long as we continue to refer to ourselves in our separate ethnic groups as different races we will never break away from racism. Act 17:26 of the Bible (NIV) says, “From one man he made all the nations, that they should inhabit the whole earth; and he marked out their appointed times in history and the boundaries of their lands.” This is why Uncle MLK suggested that we should be brothers and sisters, and not be foolish.

Along with sharing our human commonality, Congressman King and I mutually share regard for the sanctity of life. So I’m praying for my brother.

Also, this weekend, as our nation forges on towards trying to reopen our government by agreeing on a solution to secure the southern border let’s remember that love of one’s nation is not grounds for hate of another nation or another group of humans. Actually, the wall makes sense for now. We can dream for that day when the walls and barriers won’t be needed, and that pre-born babies are allowed to cross the barriers of the womb. We pray for an end to all crimes against humanity; born and unborn.

Let’s pray for all our brothers and sisters, today and moving ahead. May we always be mindful that our good deeds and good intentions can always be attacked when we are not shielded by the reality of not being separated by the human concept of different races. We are all created by God as One Human Race. We’re not color blind. Let’s agree with MLK. It’s all about Agape Love. Let the healing begin.

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African American Leaders Unite Around the Wall to Help Avoid Looming Crisis

Thursday, January 10th, 2019

Some claim that building a wall is “medieval solution” to a modern problem. The wheel is an ancient solution too. Nobody’s complaining about that. POTUS is on target. Walls do work; as in the days of Ezra and Nehemiah, walls are still viable solutions. Why now? Just days away are the March for Life and the Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday yet America is in crisis at the southern border.

As an African American voice for justice, a defender of the sanctity of life, and perhaps most importantly a Christian evangelist, I stand with President Trump as he labors to build a wall. From my perspective, compassion trumps terror. Our prayers are needed more than ever. We must rally around the wall to avert crisis.

Having survived and in many cases overcome tyranny, oppression and racism in America, we as African Americans are close to the heartbeat of justice and compassion. We are not color blind. Our hearts are touched by the plight of all children and their families; not just at the border, but here at home as well.

Children in the womb, in cribs, in school, in jail, with parents behind bars, on the streets, at our borders; many are in danger. We must have responsible compassion for them all.

My goddaughter, Angela Stanton King, co-founder of the American King Foundation writes: “The process of draining the swamp, is a process of seeking genuine true justice, jubilee, pardon, and forgiveness. We’re going to continue to discover that there are some very thin lines between right, wrong, justice, and injustice. Meanwhile, we live in a world where security is necessary. The Wall plan is viable.”

Rev. Bill and Dr. Deborah Owens, Founders of CAAP write: “Christians have a responsibility to help those in need, including the undocumented immigrants at our southern border. At the same time, we must also respect the need to secure our borders and ensure the safety of all U.S. citizens. The African-American community has been gravely injured by unfettered illegal immigration, which has resulted in loss of jobs, loss of housing, and other economic hardship.”

Collectively, we stand with President Trump in the battle for the soul of America. I’m praying that POTUS builds the wall in the manner that Ezra and Nehemiah did in days of old.”

As Commander and Chief of America, POTUS is fighting for the soul of our nation. In his address to the nation on January 8, 2019, President Donald J. Trump speaks to the people of America:

  • There is a growing humanitarian and security crisis at our southern border.
  • Customs and Border Patrol agents continue to encounter thousands of illegal immigrants at our southern border. 
  • Meanwhile, Americans are continually at risk from uncontrolled, illegal migration. 
  • This climate strains public resources and drives down jobs and wages for the American people as well as the legal immigrants who are here. 
  • Among those ethnic communities hardest hit are African Americans and Hispanic Americans.
  • Sadly, our southern border is a pipeline for vast quantities of illegal drugs, including meth, heroin, cocaine, and fentanyl.
  • As a result, every week, 300 of our citizens are killed by heroin alone, 90 percent of which floods across from our southern border. 
  • If something isn’t done, and soon, more Americans could die from drugs this year than were killed in the entire Vietnam War.
  • Last month, 20,000 migrant children were illegally brought into the United States — a dramatic increase.  These children are used as human pawns by vicious coyotes and ruthless gangs. 
  • One in three women are sexually assaulted on the dangerous trek up through Mexico.  Women and children are the biggest victims, by far, of our broken system.

“This is a humanitarian crisis — a crisis of the heart and a crisis of the soul,” he asserted.

Thankfully, the President is not alone in his efforts to serve the people of America as well as the immigrant families who are flooding our border. The president further appeals to the soul of the American people with a call to heart:

  • America works hard to welcome millions of lawful immigrants who enrich our society and contribute to our nation.
  • In the last two years, ICE officers made 266,000 arrests of aliens with criminal records, including those charged or convicted of 100,000 assaults, 30,000 sex crimes, and 4,000 violent killings.
  • This is the tragic reality of illegal immigration on our southern border.  This is the cycle of human suffering that POTUS is determined to end.
  • We must fall to our knees and then rise and rally to the call.
  • The president’s proposal includes requests from Homeland Security for cutting-edge technology for detecting drugs, weapons, illegal contraband, and many other things. Also included in his proposal are requests for more agents, immigration judges, and bed space to process the sharp rise in unlawful migration fueled by our very strong economy.
  • The plan also contains an urgent request for humanitarian assistance and medical support.
  • There is also an urgent request that Congress will close border security loopholes so that illegal immigrant children can be safely and humanely returned back home.
  • In addition, as an overall approach to border security, law enforcement professionals have requested $5.7 billion for a physical barrier.  At the request of Democrats, it will be a steel barrier rather than a concrete wall.
  • This barrier is absolutely critical to border security.  It’s also what our professionals at the border want and need.

Today, I join my colleagues in the faith in a cry for prayer and compassion as we face this present danger.

Speaking from a platform in support of diversity and compassion, Bruce LeVell, Executive Director of NDC Trump writes: “As a follower of Christ, my convictions are to set up processes to aid those subjected to evil. Meanwhile we must protect our citizens. Mr. President, build that wall!”

Bishop Leon Benjamin, Coalition of Leaders United makes an urgent appeal: “This is a Humanitarian Effort. A Crisis of the Soul and Heart! Time to Stop It and Keep America Safe! Secure Our Borders and Build the Wall!”

Day Gardner, Founder of National Black Prolife Union speaks in support: “President Trump is presenting brilliant and compassionate solutions to the crisis. I pray that the masses unite in prayer and action to avoid disaster.”

Rev. Dean Nelson, Chairman of the board for the Frederick Douglass Foundation agrees: “The proper role of our government is to protect its citizens before it doles out benefits to others. Securing our boarder is a necessity to protect American workers and crack down on Human trafficking.”

In conclusion, we urge all Americans to pray for a speedy reconciliation among our leaders for the sake of the children, and the soul of America.

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2019 New Year challenges will bring our nation to our knees.

Monday, January 7th, 2019

With 2019 unfolding, we leave the roller coaster year of 2018 behind us. Now moving into 2019, we can expect more fireworks which will be accelerated in the Spirit.

In 2018 there were more ups and downs than we could have imagined. From the Supreme Court controversy which accelerated the sanctity of life debate, to the hair raising mid-term elections that sparked excessive strife, to the increasing pressures surrounding border security; the heat is on. Where there’s smoke, there’s fire.

Interestingly enough, in the heat of the moment, most of America agrees with our president; national security is a major concern. Many also support his leadership for sanctity of life, no tax payer dollars funding abortion, improving our economy, lower unemployment rates and higher economic growth rate, and his international gains. The MAGA agenda is working.

As we move through 2019, with the March for Life and the Martin Luther King week ahead of us, please be encouraged to mend fences and build bridges. Agape love and prayer should be allowed to govern us; and we must not allow ourselves to be divided by politics. Let this be a year of overcoming crimes against humanity such as racism and abortion; not color blind, but with eyes wide open.

Remember, love and prayer brought us through 2018 and will be needed this year and must continue on into 2020 when we start the next round of elections.

There will always be ups and downs; and there will be fireworks. Pray for a conciliatory end of the government shut down. Some are asking why we build fences and install burglar alarms on our personal properties; but refuse to protect our nation? Reasonable question.

I think we can all agree that we all want a secure America. The real issue is discovering how we must go about accomplishing that goal. Here are two viewpoints, one from Bruce LeVell, Executive Director of the National Diversity Coalition for Trump and the second from Chuck Norris.

The year 2019 brings an opportunity for our nation to seek God. We must not argue about politics; rather we must pray. We need to repent for our sins. We need to forgive others. We need to be mindful of the beatitudes of Matthew 5:1-12.

In closing, here’s a 2019 message on YouTube.

HAPPY NEW YEAR!

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As the Dust from the Mid-Term Wars Begins To Settle, Prayer Remains Key

Wednesday, November 14th, 2018

In the aftermath of the mid-term elections, as the dust begins to settle, I keep wondering why Christians would “roll over and play dead” at the polls? Why would Christians “run for cover” rather than fight the good fight of faith at the polls? Why would we go undercover when someone punches us in the gut for standing up for Bible truth?

Then it occurred to me; the weapons of our warfare are not carnal; they are mighty before God. Yes, when we get hit hard, we bleed; but we don’t die. We fight back with love and sound doctrine. We remain loving and forgiving; but we fight back. Listen to my post-election commentary.

Hit me with a lie? I pray, forgive and keep moving. Catch me in a lie? I repent, stop sinning and keep moving. It’s hard to hit a praying target.

Call me a racist? I raise up the shield of Acts 17:26: “Of one blood, God created the Human Race.” We are not Color Blind. We are destined to celebrate ethnic diversity as One Human Race. We are created by God to live and love in spirit and in truth. Don’t vote for sin.

Call me crazy for resisting abortion? I raise up the banner of the gift of choosing life.

Call me a fool for supporting procreation? I stay in the fight, voting for life, praying for life for the generations to come.

Yes I have a “dog in this fight!” I’m fighting for life, liberty and justice for everyone: the child in the womb, the person behind bars, the poor, the sick, the elderly; the enslaved and the free. I’m fighting for economic, social and moral justice for everyone; for safety and security for everyone.

Yet, we must always serve God, not just at church on Sundays. We must also serve God at the polls. Our President is right; “We serve God, not government.”

My vote matters. Yours does too.

Yes, with my vote, I put on my mask first. If I can’t breathe, how can I help you? But I will help you, I will love you. I just need God’s help to help you.

We are “never abandoned by God. We get knocked down, but we are not destroyed.” 2 Corinthians 4:9

Yes, the mid-terms are behind us. Thanksgiving, Christmas and the March for Life are ahead. Then it’s off to the races for 2020 elections.

Please take a moment to pray, thank God for Life, and spend a few tender moments in worship. God bless you.

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Genocide and Eugenics are Death Care; Injustice Anywhere…

Monday, September 10th, 2018

British Prime Minister Theresa May is promoting foreign aid to Africa. Her so called “aid” is laced with abortion and chemical/artificial device laden death care. Chelsea Clinton is touting this same eugenic/genocidal death care agenda as an economic boon. Not to be left behind in advertising death care, Oprah Winfrey is telling women to “Shout Your Abortion!” What is the world coming to?

For the past three decades, I have traveled the globe to Africa, Europe, Middle East, Caribbean Islands and US, with a message of truth, hope, life and light. At every port, I always find this to be true – people all over the world have much in common. We are one blood/one human race. We all bleed the same.

As a young girl in college, our class studied Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs. As we revisit his chart today, we can see that his principles align with Acts 17:26: as the One Blood/One Race Human Family, we all need and bleed the same.

This month, the opportunity to travel around the nation and appear on national Christian television (The Jim Bakker Show and TBN’s Praise show) as well as in the White House and the jail house presented itself. Also, a young millennial shared a quote with me from one of her mentors, Dr. Asa Hilliard, III, which I’ve shared in my electronic inspirational series “Pearls and Nuggets.”

“I have never encountered any children in any group who are not geniuses. There is no mystery on how to teach them. The first thing you do is treat them like human beings and the second thing you do is love them.” – Asa G. Hilliard III

In all of these experiences, one theme is so concurrent that it looms across the lands and around the world; as human beings, we are one race and one blood, and our souls are crying out for love and mercy. We don’t need death care. We need life care. We need to agree to love and forgive each other. We need to repent for our wrong doings and be forgiven. Finally, we need to Pray for America.

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Wow, What a Week: Prison Reform, Abortion, Fake News, and Prayer at the White House

Friday, August 31st, 2018

First, #PrisonSeparatesFamilies. #BringOurDadsHome.

Angela Stanton and I just returned from speaking at a prison ministry service in Mississippi to about 200 men. Almost every man in the room was a father, grandfather and some were great-grandfathers. It was such a blessing to be able to bring hope to the lives of those that in a place that presumably doesn’t often offer much hope.

Second, #AbortionSeparatesFamilies. #LetOurChildrenLive.

Abortion activists are at it again. This time it’s The Afiya Center, a black women’s reproductive rights group as reported by The Daily Caller. No matter how much they try to make abortion just another life event like taking out the trash or making your bed, abortion is and will always be something that kills a baby in the womb and hurts women and men and our society as a whole.

Then there’s the news report about some housewives, and what I really said.

When I spoke about the spoof from Cardi B, ‘Housewives of the Civil Rights Movement’ in an interview with TMZ, I said that my Uncle, Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. would have chuckled, not in approval but rather as a knee jerk reaction. He would not have approved of any misrepresentation that paints his wife and other Civil Rights leaders in the culture of today with all the profanity and disrespectful treatment of women that is so commonly seen in today’s media. Not hating on the young ladies in the spoof; just saying.

Finally, prayer which should be the best part of any week; in this case, prayer at the White House with the President, First Lady and many evangelical leaders from around the country.

My week began at a dinner hosted by the President and the First Lady with evangelical leaders to pray for our nation and to encourage prayer in the churches across America. America is becoming great but there is still much to address and the best way to bring that about is through prayer.

We must continue to #PrayForAmerica!

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Revisiting Prophecy after the Hot Meeting at the White House

Wednesday, August 8th, 2018

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Talk about a long hot summer… Since my recent visit to the White House on August 1, 2018, the heat has been turned up. Being a part of the group present for an update on President Trump’s prison reform agenda has caused a firestorm in many circles, to say the least.

I Timothy 2:1-2 “Therefore, I exhort first of all that supplications, prayers, intercessions and giving of thanks be made for all men, for kings and all who are in authority that we may lead a quiet and peaceable life in all godliness and reverence.”>

At the meeting on August 1, the President focused on prison reform and urban initiatives. The session was very encouraging as we received updates on Executive Orders regarding prison reform, the job market and job readiness, aide to foreign nations, life and more… President Trump was very interactive with those around the table. His empowerment agenda is backed by a solid team which includes strong voices in the faith community. As evidenced in his quotes below, President Trump’s position on faith is very clear:

“We will be one people, under one God, saluting one American flag.”

“We will say Merry Christmas again!”

“Our republic was formed on the basis that freedom is not a gift from government. Freedom is a gift from God.”

“Faith is more powerful than government, and nothing is more powerful than God.”

“Across our land, we see the splendor of God’s creation. Throughout our history, we see the story of God’s providence. And in every city and town, we see the Lord’s grace all around us, through a million acts of kindness, courage and generosity. We love God”.

Also, here are some of candidate Donald J. Trump’s campaign promises in 2016. (Note that President Trump has fulfilled most of them.):

• Defend Religious Liberty.
• Represent the unborn.
• Defund Planned Parenthood.
• Appoint conservative jurists to the Supreme Court and federal appeals courts.
• Reinstate the Mexico City Policy (block U.S. federal funds for abortion).
• Rescind the Johnson Amendment.
• Sign the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act (2018).
• Move the U.S. Embassy in Jerusalem.

While I am among those who genuinely love President Trump and his family, I’d like to encourage everyone, even those who do not, to pray in the manner that the scripture above teaches us.

Prior to 2016, during the presidential elections in America, then candidate Donald J. Trump was compared to King Cyrus in the Bible. This comparison led to a wave of prophetic utterances in the communities of faith. While the Trump/Cyrus connection has been the most popular for those seeking spiritual understanding about the state of our nation and the world, there are other analogies worth observing.

David Lane writes for American Renewal Project about “Rahab, Dagon and Donald Trump”

“President Trump may be equated with Rahab in the Book of Joshua. Although a Canaanite by birth, Rahab stood by faith for the unseen God against a pagan culture. She showed by her actions to be the mouthpiece of God. Francis Schaeffer puts Rahab’s political environment into context: “Surrounding Rahab, however, was a hostile (Deep State) … impregnable, or so its inhabitants thought … surrounded by a monolithic mentality (empowered by) a (pagan) worldview … Rahab was pressured by a powerful city and (profane) culture. … At (that exact) moment she could see nothing with her eyes which (would indicate a) fall.”(2)

“The portion of Evangelical and pro-life Catholic Christians who support President Trump do so because he stands firmly against a culture that is increasingly hostile to Biblical Christianity. As one Christian said, ‘I didn’t elect him to be my pastor.’

“The deterioration of a once Biblically-based culture is often cited as the reason that Evangelicals decided to roll the dice with Donald J. Trump in 2016. Having had a year and a half to take his measure, President Trump turns out to be a Samson, willing to do what God’s people have not done. Even Samson’s “parents did not know that this was from the LORD,” on the occasion when Samson was confronting the Philistines.(3)

“Additionally, minority unemployment is at a historical low, the economy is soaring, and ISIS is defeated. There are tax cuts for all. The Courts of Appeals and SCOTUS are being returned to interpreting the law instead of making law, policy, and new rights out of thin air [for example, Obergefell vs Hodges]. Given all this, one particular question still requires an answer from both Democrats and moderate Republicans: “Is the take down of Trump 45 more important than the success of America?”

Success or failure? Which one will we choose? While I’ve often said that I don’t care what people say or think about me, that’s not entirely true. If your hatred for me prevents your being able to receive truth and light, I do care.

“Have I now become your enemy by telling you the truth?” Galatians 4:16

It’s been a week since the meeting at the White House. I’ve been quiet on the networks since then; licking a few wounds I must admit. People have been very supportive or very hateful to those of us who attended the meeting with POTUS. I’m back now, asking for your prayers, and praying for you. God bless you.

Let Freedom Ring for Everyone

Tuesday, July 3rd, 2018

While Independence Day, July 4th, is usually celebrated with bar-b-que cookouts, family gatherings, those kinds of things, there is much beyond the celebratory efforts that demand our prayers. We must give credence to the importance of justice and independence across the spectrum.

Remember, we just celebrated Juneteenth last month. Coming up on August 28, I Have a Dream Day will mark the anniversary of the famous speech MLK gave in 1963 where he noted that there was a check marked ‘Insufficient Funds’; and that life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness have not been achieved for all of God’s children.

Here in America we are blessed to have a president who believes in the sanctity of life, from the womb to the tomb. There’s a lot of work going forth out of Washington and around America to end the war in the womb and the human trafficking in this nation and around the world.

At Priests for Life, Fr. Frank Pavone often talks about electing public officials who can ‘tell the difference between serving the public and killing the public.

On Independence Day there’s so much that we have to be thankful for; like family, home, health, and good friends. Someone blessed me with a flag while I was on the road. As we see in the selfie, it’s a lovely flag. I’m grateful for the sentiment. God bless America.

Let’s pray for President Trump as he appoints a new Supreme Court Justice who will further the blessings of life, liberty, and the pursuit happiness. Let Freedom Ring for Everyone!

During the holidays, I reflect on the many lessons learned from my elders, Guardians of the King Family Legacy. My dad, Rev. AD King and my mother, Naomi Ruth Barber King, Granddaddy, Daddy King, Martin Luther King, Jr. will ever remain part of my American Dream.

These are memories, hopes and dreams that we celebrate this season. Let’s never forget that we are One Blood/One Human race with the unique opportunity to “learn to live together as brothers [and sisters]” and not perish together as fools.

Let’s pray for liberty and justice for everyone; enjoy a safe and blessed Independence Day!