God Speaks to the Shutdown

January 19th, 2019

Early [1/19/19] this morning my friend Sylvia called me with a word which inspired this meme. I immediately posted the meme on social media when we hung up. I was about to check out of a DC hotel to return from the March for Life and Sudden Uprising conference.

In the hotel parking area, a young man approached me and requested a “selfie.” He explained that he had just seen my meme on Instagram. Wow! I realized that God really cares about the SHUTDOWN, and he can use INSTAGRAM to speak to us. After all, He’s used stranger things: like a donkey and a burning bush. Just saying…

God bless you. Here’s Sylvia’s word:

WORKING FOR THE
😊 LORD 😊
“The one who is unwilling to work shall not eat.” 2 Thessalonians 3:10

Great Morning My Friend 😍

I Pray this message give you great Joy as I received.

Looking at the government shutdown can bring hardships and bitterness, if you are observing it through your natural eyes. BUT if you are seeing it through the eyes of Jesus, this is a Great Opportunity to see God ‘s Phenomenal Hand at Work. Body of Christ we have been in training long enough.

ARISE , the field is open to show the salvation of God. Praying, Loving, Witnessing, Giving, Helping One Another.

When David came back from War, his city was burned down. Women, Children were all taken, he ask the Lord Do I Pursue. The Lord answered, “PURSUE “

(1 Samuel 30:8) he did and got it all back. Now is the time Body of Christ to work for the Lord.

Let the world see the True Worshippers.

The Holy Spirit will train You. Handbooks are available (Bible)

Benefits: Eternal Life.
Are you willing to work for the Lord and eat or unwilling to work and starve? I pray God’s Holy Spirit Give You an understanding of this message.

Working with Jesus in Love, Sis Sylvia

Promise: All things are possible with God. (Mark 10:27)

HALLELUJAH ‼️🙌🏾‼️

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

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

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.

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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MERRY CHRISTMAS!

December 21st, 2018

MERRY CHRISTMAS everyone! The new criminal justice reform bill is a holiday blessing. As witness to this historic event, I can tell you that this pen, as well as the one for the Religious Freedom and the Martin Luther King, Jr. Historic Park are more than just souvenirs. They are evidence that God is moving our President and our nation towards repentance and transformation. I’m on my way back home from Washington, DC just before Christmas praying for all humanity. Many have experienced loss this year, yet there are many blessings. As my grandfather, Rev. Martin Luther King, Sr., would say, “Thank God for what we have left and keep looking up.”

Oh Holy Night

Link: https://www.foxnews.com/politics/trump-signs-criminal-justice-reform-bill

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POTUS PUSHES PRISON REFORM

December 7th, 2018

Praise Rolls in for POTUS’ Announcement on the FIRST STEP Act

POTUS seeks justice.

Plus: New book release: THE OTHER SIDE OF PAIN

(Prayers and deepest condolences to the families of President President George H. W. Bush and all experiencing loss during this season.)

Praise for President Trump’s support of the FIRST STEP Act and urge its passage through Congress:

HERITAGE FOUNDATION PRESIDENT KAY COLES JAMES: “These conservative, individualized and data-driven reforms will give prisoners the education, skills, and rehabilitation they need to return to their communities and prosper. I applaud President Trump and members of Congress for coming together to recognize this opportunity.”

SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE PAUL RYAN: “Redemption is at the heart of the American Idea, and that’s what this is about. Creating a smoother path for those who have been incarcerated to successfully reenter and contribute to society is a worthwhile goal and one we have long been working toward. The President’s announcement is an encouraging sign that we can achieve substantive reforms to our criminal justice system in this Congress.”

SEN. LINDSEY GRAHAM (R-SC): “Very excited to have President @realDonaldTrump’s support for the FIRST STEP Act. This bipartisan legislation gives nonviolent offenders an earned second chance and should dramatically reduce the recidivism rate by focusing on skills necessary for people to stay out of prison.”

FOX NEWS’ SEAN HANNITY: “I think we do need real reform. There is unfairness in the system. … Punishment is not working. If you have a 77% recidivism rate, locking you up in a place with bad people and you’re not helping or advancing and changing hearts and minds, it makes sense to me.”

CNN’S VAN JONES: “Give the man his due: @realDonaldTrump is on his way to becoming the uniter-in-Chief on an issue that has divided America for generations.”

SEN. MIKE LEE (R-UT) IN FOX NEWS: A Conservative Case for Criminal Justice Reform
“We now have a rare opportunity to pass criminal justice reform that will help restore trust in law enforcement and protect American families. In May of this year, the House of Representatives passed the First Step Act, which includes some much-needed prison reform measures that would reduce recidivism. … It is unlikely we will get another opportunity to enact meaningful reform anytime soon. President Obama failed to accomplish criminal-justice reform during his eight years in office. But President Trump and the Republican Congress can get the job done now. It would be another big step toward making America great again.”

WASHINGTON EXAMINER EDITORIAL BOARD: Trump Is Right to Embrace Criminal Justice Reform
“On Wednesday, Trump signaled his full-throated support for a bipartisan bill called the First Step Act, which would reform federal prison and re-entry procedures while also modestly scaling back mandatory minimum sentences for nonviolent drug felons. These reforms are very much in harmony with the lessons learned by conservative legislators at the state level.”

THE NEW YORK TIMES EDITORIAL BOARD: A Real Chance at Criminal Justice Reform
“In this early test, the president is signaling that he indeed wants to make progress on critical issues that enjoy broad bipartisan support. Lawmakers from both parties should follow suit. … [The First Step Act] would reduce mandatory sentencing guidelines for certain drug crimes, allow judges greater wiggle room in sentencing nonviolent drug offenders, do away with the ‘stacking’ provision that tacks on years for the use of a firearm during the commission of a crime and, at long last, make retroactive the Fair Sentencing Act of 2010, which reduced the sentencing gap between crack and powder-cocaine offenses.”

WASHINGTON EXAMINER CONTRIBUTOR MARK VARGAS: Our Cruel and Inhumane Prison System Is So Close To Reform
“Thanks to the leadership of President Trump, the discussion about prison and sentencing reform is back on the table. … The First Step Act, which passed the House of Representatives back in May with overwhelming bipartisan support, is a big step in bringing about reform. It’s now time for the Senate to act and pass this historic piece of legislation so that the president can sign it.”

FREEDOMWORKS PRESIDENT ADAM BRANDON IN THE HILL: Time to Pass the First Step Act
“The merits of the First Step Act compromise package in the Senate stand on their own legs. Carefully crafted criminal justice reforms that provide modest but meaningful incentives to prisoners to participate in evidence based programming individually designed to reduce their risk of reoffense upon release from prison is all but entirely noncontroversial legislation.”

FORMER REP. J.C. WATTS (R-OK) IN THE OKLAHOMAN: Now Is the Time to Pass “First Step Act”
“The goal of the ‘First Step Act’ is to give those leaving prison the tools and resources needed to successfully re-enter society and most importantly, live a crime-free life. The bill will likely also include long-overdue changes to some of the most unnecessarily harsh sentencing laws in the federal system. The bill will be introduced in the Senate this week and should have the support of Oklahoma Sens. Jim Inhofe and James Lankford. As long as Democrats who have shown and voiced support of the legislation follow through, the bill should get well above the votes it needs to pass.”

USAToday OpEd – Kushner: President Trump’s Bipartisan Prison Reforms Will Reduce Recidivism and Improve Public Safety

[Excerpt. Link to full op-ed HERE]
“Crime imposes substantial fiscal and social costs on the United States. Victims and society at large also bear significant costs through pain, suffering, reduced quality of life, property losses, increased medical costs, and loss of life. The most recent estimates from 2014 indicate that altogether these damages constitute an additional 1.5 percent of GDP, yielding a total burden of 2.9 percent of GDP, or roughly $500 billion.

“These costs can be attributed, in part, to crimes committed by prisoners after already serving once in prison, through recidivism after being released from state and federal facilities.
To break this cycle, President Donald J. Trump is working to effect bipartisan and evidence-based prison reforms to reduce recidivism. He issued an executive order in March that is bringing together more than a dozen Federal agencies to identify ways to reduce recidivism, enhance the reentry process, and improve public safety.

“The administration also worked with Congress to draft the FIRST STEP Act, legislation which seeks to strengthen recidivism reduction and evidence-based reentry programs for inmates in federal prisons.

“This White House recognizes that fiscal and human costs of criminal activity are unacceptably high. Through our efforts to break the cycle of crime and reduce recidivism, we can assist more people to contribute to our society rather than be a burden to our great country.”

CHRISTMAS IS A TIME FOR JUBILEE: Bring Daddy and Mommy Home!

“The Spirit of the LORD is upon me, for he has anointed me to bring Good News to the poor. He has sent me to proclaim that captives will be released, that the blind will see, that the oppressed will be set free.” Luke 4:18

LET FREEDOM RING!

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Happy Holidays? How Do We Get There?

November 22nd, 2018

“Thank God for what we have left!” ~ Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Sr.

As the holidays are upon us, let us be mindful that these next few weeks are beautiful opportunities to express love, grace, encouragement and peace towards others. There are some people, and in some cases someone we know, or even we ourselves are in dire need of a prayer or two this holiday season. Some have lost loved ones and some have lost much to tragedies. Yet there are reasons and opportunities to spread love to others right now. A notion such as this may seem difficult, especially with the brutal mid-terms behind us, and some political runoff elections ahead of us; but let’s just try to be civil to one another.

The concept of civility springs from the word civilis, which in Latin means “citizen.” Civility is impacted by a person’s emotions or lack thereof. If a person is emotionally affected by the negative feedback that they get from other people and react in a psychologically normal manner, then they are defined as civil.

In my everyday circles at home with family, at church, at work and in the communities at large, I work hard to keep the commandment to “love one another.” Another helpful process, which I learned from the “King Family Legacy Code of Nonviolence,” is to communicate differences in a civil manner with the expectation of a “win-win” outcome. Around Thanksgiving Season, I begin to half-jokingly say: “Don’t be guilty of ripping the leg off the turkey” and beating up others with it.” I only say half-jokingly because so many families are divided these days. I know the Bible teaches that relatives with rise up to disagree with others; but does this have to happen in our families?

During the holiday season, there will be plenty of good food to go around. In addition to spending time with family and friends, ministry always joins in efforts to feed the hungry. Then, for the rest of the day, our family makes the rounds from house to house, delivering delicious dishes and good cheer. All of this is good; but without Agape Love at the tables, something is missing. Along with genuine Agape Love, another addition to the meals and festivities should be a “spiritual fruit bowl.”

Galatians 5:22-23 New International Version (NIV)
22 But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, forbearance, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, 23 gentleness and self-control. Against such things there is no law
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Holidays should not be the only time we practice this behavior. We should always be prepared to give an answer to everyone who asks us to give the reason for the hope that we have. But we must do so with gentleness and respect. Example: Rather than just using our lovely “Jesus is the Reason for The Season,” theme, let’s be ready with some genuine and transparent sayings that explain why we are thankful and why we are looking for Christmas.

We need to interact with both Christians and non-Christians in a respectful way. Jesus did. In John 4, as Jesus talked to the Samaritan woman at the well, Jesus associated with someone who was far from acceptable in Jewish society, and while He fully told her the truth, He did so in a kind, compassionate, and redemptive manner. As apologists we too need to speak truth boldly in the public square, but we need to do so as Christ’s representatives, bearing the fruit of His Spirit (Gal. 5:22–26). This means refraining from insults, name-calling, and excoriation not only in theological discourse but also in political diatribes.

Actually, as Christians, we should not even be involved in political debates and any mean spirited activities; not at Thanksgiving, not at Christmas; not ever. We would be better served to be praying for all of our leaders, and also voting for government God’s way. So, while we are baking the turkeys and wrapping the gifts and all of the beautiful activities ahead of us; let us pray. Please click HERE and HERE for 2 Alveda King Holiday videos.

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

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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Voting Is a Personal Civil Right: Please Vote Now!

November 5th, 2018

Have you voted yet? If so, I pray you voted for prolife candidates. If not, as an American citizen, don’t miss out on exercising your Civil Right to vote. Many people marched and risked our lives for this freedom to cast our votes.

So, if you haven’t done so yet, please go to the polls tomorrow and vote Prolife. Life is our first Civil Right. A vote for Life strikes a blow to injustice.

Click HERE for video messages from Evangelist Alveda King.

A praying America is a greater America.
A working America is a greater America.
A safe and secure America is a greater America.
A just America is greater America.
Vote Prolife

Why vote Prolife? With one punch of the ballot, one pull of the lever, one click of the mouse, one stroke of a pen; however they do it at your poll; you strike a blow at that three headed monster. We are all one blood/one human race. (Acts 17:26-28)

We must fight and vote for freedom for everyone; for the womb to the tomb.

Did you know that abortion, racism, human trafficking and poverty are all part of the same dirty system? They are part of the three headed swamp monster that’s going down MAGA’s drain.

God’s people perish for lack of knowledge. Know your rights!

Martin Luther King, Jr. once demanded: “Give us the ballot!” Before his death, my beloved mentor, Pastor Allen McNair said: “Don’t Vote for Sin!”

Whatever the outcome tomorrow, do your part. Vote for Life and Pray for America.

Make your vote count. Vote Prolife.

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New Video From Priests for Life Highlights President Trump’s Pro-Life Accomplishments

October 16th, 2018

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Date: October 16, 2018

Contact: Leslie Palma
732-757-9087

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Father Frank Pavone, National Director of Priests for Life, has released a new video highlighting President Trump’s pro-life accomplishments since assuming office in January 2017.

The video, produced at Priests for Life headquarters in Titusville, Florida, opens with the statement, “Many pro-life people worked hard to elect President Donald Trump. That hard work has paid off for the pro-life movement and the unborn.”

The video then goes on, in a “top 10” format, to summarize what he has done for the cause of protecting children in the womb.

The accomplishments include supporting pro-life legislation to protect babies and to defund the abortion industry; appointing pro-life people to key positions at the White House; ending the HHS mandate that tried to compel faith-based employers to provide free abortifacient drugs to their employees; ending U.S. funding for abortion overseas; protecting state and federal money from going to the abortion industry, and appointing outstanding judges to the federal courts, including the U.S. Supreme Court.

The video also touts the president’s most important accomplishment:

“The first and greatest thing that President Trump did for the pro-life movement was to keep Hillary Clinton out of the White House.”

The video calls on Americans to vote in the Nov. 6 midterm elections to ensure that pro-life lawmakers remain in the majority in both the House and the Senate.

“The election of 2018 will be about the Trump voters from 2016. They need to turn out in equal and greater numbers, and this video seeks to motivate them to do just that. Just as the 2016 election defied political history, this midterm election can do the same, for the same reason: The people who want to make America great again, to make the children in the womb protected again,” Father Pavone said. “A Democrat takeover of Congress will mean that, instead of the Congress de-funding Planned Parenthood or protecting babies from painful late-term abortions, they will be embroiled in impeachment proceedings that will not in fact result in removing either the president or Justice Kavanaugh from their positions, and will only be a waste of the time and energy of the American people and those whom they elect.”

Father Pavone invited news outlets to post the video on their websites and to broadcast it on the air. An audio file is available for radio stations. Both audio and video can be found at prolifepresident.com

“In November, Americans must vote, and must vote pro-life,” he said. “The lives of millions of unborn babies depend on it.”

Priests for Life is the nation’s largest Catholic pro-life organization dedicated to ending abortion and euthanasia. For more information, visit www.priestsforlife.org.

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