Archive for February, 2010

Valentine’s Day occurs in Black History Month

Tuesday, February 9th, 2010

Isn’t it nice that we celebrate Love in the middle of Black History Month?

Hello Friends, as Valentine’s Day approaches, also remembering Black History Month, please remember the “Beloved Community” spoken of by my Uncle Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and my Dad, his brother, Rev. A. D. King.
In his 1963 sermon, Loving Your Enemies, published in his book, Strength to Love, Dr. King addressed the role of unconditional love in struggling for the beloved Community. ‘With every ounce of our energy we must continue to rid this nation of the incubus of segregation. But we shall not in the process relinquish our privilege and our obligation to love. While abhorring segregation, we shall love the segregationist. This is the only way to create the beloved community.”
One expression of agape love in Dr. King’s Beloved Community is justice, not for any one oppressed group, but for all people. As Dr. King often said, “Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere.” He felt that justice could not be parceled out to individuals or groups, but was the birthright of every human being in the Beloved Community. I have fought too long hard against segregated public accommodations to end up segregating my moral concerns,” he said. “Justice is indivisible.”
In a July 13, 1966 article in Christian Century Magazine, Dr. King affirmed the ultimate goal inherent in the quest for the Beloved Community: “I do not think of political power as an end. Neither do I think of economic power as an end. They are ingredients in the objective that we seek in life. And I think that end or that objective is a truly brotherly society, the creation of the beloved community.” Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Do something different for Valentine’s Day – remember life…
February 6th, 2010
Marriage, life and family…
Valentine’s Day is coming up, and to all the happy married couples, kudos and mucho love… To the engaged couples, much love to you too. Prayers for success of every marriage, and marriages to be!
This Valentine’s Day, say a prayer for the babies, and remember that the rose is also a symbol of life…
Yours truly will celebrate Valentine’s Day at a Christian Marriage and Family event. For me, the marriage battle extends to the next generations, our children and our grandchildren. We must fight to help them have stable marriages. Be there to support our children and grandchildren in their marriages. Love them and their spouses. And when the babies come… Be a loving support to the families of the next generations to come…

Morning Meditation: seeking to be a more effective prolife witness
February 9th, 2010
In seeking to be a more effective prolife witness, it came to my attention today, for yet another time in my life, that I must remove the beam from my eye before I can even consider a mote in someone else’s eye. I was reading Proverbs 8: 12 “I, wisdom, dwell together with prudence; I possess knowledge and discretion. 13 To fear the LORD is to hate evil; I hate pride and arrogance, evil behavior and perverse speech.
In our quest in advancing the culture of life, as we seek to impact policy, moving the nation and the world back to God, seeking repentance first for ourselves and then others, I realized once again that it starts in my life first… I must first recognize and hate the evil in me, in my thoughts, my heart and my deeds… Then, once God is allowed to show me my sins, convict my own heart, then, with true repentance, I can look upon others with mercy and compassion. They too may be plagued with pride and arrogance, and now, as I become a trembling example of a life brought low, humbled by God’s presence, God’s grace can shine through me, drawing others to repentance of a life that still needs to embrace the sanctity of life… We must take the beams out of our eyes, so to speak, before we can be humble enough to want to help others be rid of the motes in their eyes. Then, and only then, can we begin to see life more clearly; as pitiful little ones, needing ABBA CREATOR to help us grow… Peace and love to all! Alveda

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Morning Meditation: seeking to be a more effective prolife witness

Tuesday, February 9th, 2010

In seeking to be a more effective prolife witness, it came to my attention today, for yet another time in my life, that I must remove the beam from my eye before I can even consider a mote in someone else’s eye. I was reading Proverbs 8: 12 “I, wisdom, dwell together with prudence; I possess knowledge and discretion. 13 To fear the LORD is to hate evil; I hate pride and arrogance, evil behavior and perverse speech.
In our quest in advancing the culture of life, as we seek to impact policy, moving the nation and the world back to God, seeking repentence first for ourselves and then others, I realized once again that it starts in my life first… I must first recognize and hate the evil in me, in my thoughts, my heart and my deeds… Then, once God is allowed to show me my sins, convict my own heart, then, with true repentence, I can look upon others with mercy and compassion. They too may be plaged with pride and arrogance, and now, as I become a trembling example of a life brought low, humbled by God’s presence, God’s grace can shine through me, drawing others to repentence of a life that still needs to embrace the sanctity of life… We must take the beams out of our eyes, so to speak, before we can be humble enough to want to help others be rid of the motes in their eyes. Then, and only then, can we begin to see life more clearly; as pitiful little ones, needing ABBA CREATOR to help us grow… Peace and love to all! Alveda

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Do something different for Valentine’s Day – remember life…

Saturday, February 6th, 2010

Marriage, life and family…

Valentine’s Day is coming up, and to all the happy married couples, kudos and mucho love… To the engaged couples, much love to you too. Prayers for success of every marriage, and marriages to be!

This Valentine’s Day, say a prayer for the babies, and remember that the rose is also a symbol of life…

Yours truly will celebrate Valentine’s Day at a Christian Marriage and Family event. For me, the marriage battle extends to the next generations, our children and our grandchildren. We must fight to help them have stable marriages. Be there to support our children and grandchildren in their marriages. Love them and their spouses. And when the babies come… Be a loving support to the families of the next generations to come…

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Two Christians Murdered for Witnessing in Boynton Beach

Saturday, February 6th, 2010

Why the National Media Blackout?

Contact: Dr. Gary Cass, Christian Anti-Defamation Commission, 866-508-2232, 954-551-9770

VISTA, Calif., Feb. 5 /Christian Newswire/ — “Anti-Christian hostility is getting increasingly deadly as this week’s tragic events demonstrate,” said Dr. Gary Cass of the Christian Anti-Defamation Commission. “The increasing demonization of Christians in our culture makes some feel its open season on Christians.”

According to the Boynton Beach police, simply sharing the word of God on the street is what brought two ministers to the man who killed them. Tite Sufra, 24, and Stephen Ocean, 23, were shot and killed Saturday night after meeting Jeriah Woody, 18. They witnessed to Woody for fifteen minutes when he got a phone call and told the preachers he ‘had to go.’ As they walked away, Woody suddenly started walking back toward them. Sufra walked up to greet him and was killed with a shot gun blast at point blank range. When Ocean ran, he was shot in the back. After he fell, Woody shot him in the head execution style. Woody was arrested Wednesday and is charged with two counts of first-degree murder.

“As of today, there are no national news organizations reporting this vicious murder of two innocent Christian men. Why?” Cass said, “I’ll ask this: If two Muslims, or two feminists or two homosexuals were murdered, wouldn’t the media be all over it? These were two fine young black Christian men shot by another black man for their Christian faith, yet the media does not seem to care.”

Cass continued: “It is an ominous sign of our times that Christians are being shot on the streets and in our churches. Last year Jim Pullion was killed while holding pro-life signs in front of his granddaughter’s Owasso Michigan high school. Rev. Fred Winters was murdered while preaching in his pulpit in Maryville, Illinois. Increasingly we see Christian ministers threatened and churches terrorized and vandalized for their stand on marriage. Now when Christians gather for worship they must have armed security. Anti-Christian defamation and bigotry has helped to create this violent climate and it must stop.”

About the Christian Anti-Defamation Commission – The Christian Anti-Defamation Commission (CADC) is a national, not-for-profit 501(c) (3) Education Corporation whose purpose it is to champion Christian religious liberty, domestically and internationally, by standing against anti-Christian defamation, bigotry, and discrimination.

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Teen Boy outraged at Planned Parenthood and thier Tim Tebow rebuttal ad

Friday, February 5th, 2010

A friend called me this morning. Her eighteen year old son was outraged! “Mom,” he said, “is this supposed to be the African American response to the Tim Tebow ad? No way.” The young man was referring to Planned Parenthood’s procuring two retired Black athletes to say that while they had no problem with the Tebow testimony, it is still okay to support the choice for a woman to abort her child. Once again, Planned Parenthood tries to hide the painful truth and the victorious solution. Abortion hurts women, kills babies and targets minorities. The solution, choose life as Pam Tebow decided to do.

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moving testimony from an African American woman…

Thursday, February 4th, 2010

Please take a few minutes to watch this video posted on YouTube and Facebook. There is a powerful message for church leaders and the church in this testimony video.
Tijuanna Adetunji, the wife of a pastor from Montgomery Alabama is introduced Rev. Arnold Culbreath of Protecting Black Life. She gives her testimony of three abortions followed by her experience of finding forgiveness and healing. The video concludes with the moving testimony of Katrina Martin of Bound 4 Life, a young woman whose mother changed her mind to abort her while in the hospital waiting for the abortion. Powerful video.
Ms. Adetunji writes of her video, “I am testifying and appealing especially to African American women to take off the mask about their past traumatic experience(s) of abortion. By doing this we can aid in the prevention of other young women repeating the cycle and reduce the risk factors that often lead to decision to abort like; unplanned pregnancy through fornication and adultery which are often hid behind our right to choose.”

See the video on You Tube at: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Oj3wgYAfkSo

If you are a Facebook member see the video on Facebook at: http://www.facebook.com/video/video.php?v=1190313728118&ref=nf

Rescue those who are unjustly sentenced to death;
Don’t stand back and let them die.
Don’t try to avoid responsibility by saying you didn’t know about it.
For God knows all hearts, and he sees you.
He keeps watch over your soul, and he knows you knew!
And he will judge all people according to what they have done.”
Proverbs 24:11-12 (NLT)

Listen to a powerful message by Jim McGarvey; “Abortion, the Devil & the Church – Exposing the Satanic Forces Behind Abortion”
given at Riverside Christian Fellowship, October 4, 2009, online at http://www.rcfonline.org/podcast/2009/10/abortion-the-devil-and-the-church/

See Maafa 21 Black Genocide in 21st Century America at www.maafa21.com
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Freedoms Journal Magazine

Tuesday, February 2nd, 2010

Please check out Freedoms Journal Magazine, an online publication with a fresh perspective. The magazine is featuring Maafa21 in the current edition.

http://fjmblog.com/2010/02/01/operation-20000-for-black-history-month/

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Correction

Monday, February 1st, 2010

in my blog and on african american outreach website, there is a misprint in statistics. I should read:
in paragraph two of your open letter on my blog it states that minority women make up It should read 56-58% of all abortions.

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