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Another African American Pastor Speaks Up for Life!

Friday, October 5th, 2012





Pastor Walter S. Moss has published a booklet, “Why I Am a Black Pro-Life Pastor.” Recommended reading. For copies of this powerful message, contact Pastor Moss at Walt11111@aol.com.

Pastor Moss joins the growing ranks of African Americans who are speaking out and up for life and marriage and Bible values. African Americans are fighting for LIFE AT ALL COSTS. At http://stow.ohio.com/news/pastors-address-abortion-in-the-african-american-community-1.327845 Moss is cited as saying: “We need to know what’s going on with our people and we need to be able to help them with whatever they’re going through,” Moss said. “In dealing with the issue of abortion, we need to be ready with information to help women better understand all of their options, including adoption. We need to embrace those who have already had abortions and let them know that we love them and that God loves them. Abortion, like so many issues facing our community, has become political. It’s time we stood up, as pastors, with the support, resources and help that our people need to make a well-informed, moral decision.”

Sunday, October 7th is Pulpit Freedom Sunday. Many pastors accross america are going to speak up to protect and promote the rights of our churches. The future of religious freedom depends on a free pulpit to communicate fundamental, biblical principles to congregations across America. These bold pastors will preach biblical Truth about candidates and elections from their pulpits.

We need to implement a movement where pastors across America will preach moral values to their congregations, not in a condemning way but in a loving Christ-like way. Just as Pulpit Freedom Sunday seeks to protect our religious freedom, this movement would seek to protect our very souls. Many in today’s society are making uninformed moral decisions because those who have received a calling to minister and to inform God’s people are failing in their responsibilities.

We need to pray for our religious leaders that God will guide them and that they will choose to obey God and speak the truth.






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Our Circles of Influence

Wednesday, September 12th, 2012





2 Corinthians 2:16-18 …So that we may preach the gospel in lands beyond you, without boasting of work already done in another’s area of influence. “Let the one who boasts, boast in the Lord.” For it is not the one who commends himself who is approved, but the one whom the Lord commends…

Sometimes people say to me: “Alveda, you are a famous celebrity. Everyone will listen to you.” Well, friends, actually I am more a warrior for Jesus than a celebrity. And yes, God has blessed me to reach a lot of people with a voice of truth for life. Yet, I don’t speak to everyone.

Actually, everyone has influence. We all, each and every one of us has a “circle of influence.” Paul speaks of one another’s areas of influence in 2 Corinthians. Our circle of influence is our immediate family, then our relatives, then our coworkers and church community, and then our social circles, and so forth.

We can all use our influence to win souls to the Kingdom of God and of His Christ, to introduce them to the Holy Spirit. And then, we can share the prolife and pro-family message.

Use your influence with confidence. It is a gift from God!






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Married Bishop advocating for abortion of his baby so that he can be promoted? Married Black preacher giving women HIV? What does the Bible say?

Tuesday, September 11th, 2012





Do these unfortunate and embarrassing accounts (married Bishop & married preacher) give us a clue as to why the Church is majorly silent on abortion and homosexual marriage? Praise God for standard bearers who fear God and not man. How do we break the power of the devil on this thing? Love never fails, and we are not to touch God’s anointed, but even David cried out to God when Saul was persecuting him. I’m wondering if we shouldn’t say or do something like this?

Hold them accountable to the Word of God in love.

The Church – not the Black Church or the White Church, not the Protestant or the Catholic Church (because this stench is rising in many churches) – THE CHURCH is strangely silent while our nation is drowning; choking on the blood of the innocents and dismantling natural marriage one bite at a time. Could it be that the church leaders are embroiled in so many sexual sins, that their voices are stifled by guilt by association?

We recently witnessed a comedic drama at a political convention where people were voting whether to attempt to keep God out of a platform or put God back in the platform. It was such a travesty in that though the majority of voices in the audio voted were yelling no don’t put God back in, the officiating member called the vote a yes, and the word God was returned to the plank. I cautiously say “the word” God because the true and living GOD can’t be bantered around by such shameless antics as we viewed last week.

We know that nobody is perfect, and that all have sinned and fallen short of the glory of God. So, we are not pointing fingers here. What we must ask ourselves is this: are our Church leaders weakened by fear and guilt of not wanting to reveal their personal battles of the flesh? Is this why so many are silent regarding the issues of sexual perversion and abortion and artificial contraceptives?

Is anyone considering that the political plank advancing homosexual marriage is opening the door for many other types of liaisons that may prove harmful to society as a whole?

There is room at the Cross of Jesus for everyone, and Church leaders are not exempt from the devil’s wiles. Neither are Church leaders exempt from the commandments of GOD and definitely Church leaders (and political leaders we might add) need salvation, repentance and God’s love just like we all do.

This is not a Black/White problem. Remember the misfortunes of say Ted Haggard and Eddie Long? The world was kinder to these two men than was the Church. Are we saying that they shouldn’t be called to accountability? No. But love and mercy overcome judgment. If and when people fall and then repent, they should be restored. Until they repent, they should be removed from positions of authority, but they should not be condemned by accusers who have also sinned and fallen short of God’s grace.

We’re not putting these people on blast here. The media has already done that. We are putting everyone on notice: These are perilous times, and we all need a lot of prayer! Even Paul in the Bible, after admonishing the people for overlooking sexual perversion, came back and told the Church to restore the repentant man so that he would know that God loves even a sinner:

1 Corinthians 5: Expel the Immoral Brother!

It is actually reported that there is sexual immorality among you, and of a kind that does not occur even among pagans: A man has his father’s wife. And you are proud! Shouldn’t you rather have been filled with grief and have put out of your fellowship the man who did this? Even though I am not physically present, I am with you in spirit. And I have already passed judgment on the one who did this, just as if I were present. When you are assembled in the name of our Lord Jesus and I am with you in spirit, and the power of our Lord Jesus is present, hand this man over to Satan, so that the sinful nature may be destroyed and his spirit saved on the day of the Lord.

Forgiveness for the Offender

2 Corinthians 2: If anyone has caused grief, he has not so much grieved me as he has grieved all of you to some extent—not to put it too severely. The punishment inflicted on him by the majority is sufficient. Now instead, you ought to forgive and comfort him, so that he will not be overwhelmed by excessive sorrow. I urge you, therefore, to reaffirm your love for him. Another reason I wrote you was to see if you would stand the test and be obedient in everything. Anyone you forgive, I also forgive. And what I have forgiven—if there was anything to forgive—I have forgiven in the sight of Christ for your sake, in order that Satan might not outwit us. For we are not unaware of his schemes.

What we are after is not eternal damnation, but rather the salvation of those who fall; so we must first rebuke, then once repentance comes, we must forgive, comfort, love and restore. We must rise above the tendency of human nature that holds the accused at arm’s length; to say we forgive but never let the accused forget; to say “I receive you back” but to treat the person like a diseased germ. Self-pious, sanctimonious and inflexible treatment of those who stumble leaves no place for repentance and reconciliation. This is not the ministry of Jesus Christ who had mercy on the woman caught in the act and the woman at the well. The scandal we create by errantly cutting off the offenders from the Church it is no less a scandal created by the penitent sinner in the first place. To errantly remove the offender from all hope of re-entry into the comfort and security of the fellowship of the redeemed community is just as injurious as it is to permit blatant perversion to continue unpunished in the Body of Christ.

All of this would be just too sad if we didn’t have the Name and Blood of Jesus. May God help us all.






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Young Black Woman Speaks the Truth Regarding Life Against Great Adversity.

Monday, August 20th, 2012





Galatians 4:16 – “Have I become your enemy because I am telling you the truth.”

A dear friend of mine sent me an email with this message.

“Here is a courageous young women standing for the word of God against abortion at a local community meeting full of opposition. Bravo Charita! Tell the truth and shame the devil. May God give you speed. Send it to your friends. Pray for Charita.”

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It takes a lot of courage to do what Charita did. The Black community needs people to “fear not” and to stand up for the word of God expecially in times such as these. Do you have the courage to do the right thing?






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“I thank my God every time I remember you.” – Philippians 1:3

Monday, August 13th, 2012





Dear Friends, God blesses me to travel to so many wonderful places in this pro-life vocation to which I am called. The greatest blessing is always to be allowed to share the Gospel of Jesus Christ along with the pro-life updates that I bring to the people. Many of the highlights of these trips can be found on Frontlines on the Priests for Life website. If you haven’t visited the site recently, please do. The entire PFL website is truly a blessing.

I’m sharing the email below and posting it along with a prophetic poem on Frontlines because it is just one beautiful example of the work that God is doing to bring the message of life to the people of the earth. Pastor John Peyton is a humble yet powerful voice for God, and is a good friend. I am blessed and honored to have been able to spend a few hours with him and his congregation and faith community, sharing the love of God, the message of life, and visiting the women in prison.

By the way, Tonya’s baskets are incredible. I’m leaving her email address in the blog, in case you want to contact her.

Blessings,
Alveda

On Sun, Aug 12, 2012 at 8:00 PM, Tonya Griffin wrote:

Hi Dr. King,

I want to thank you once again for allowing God to use you in such a powerful way to minister to His people at our East Coast Christian Women’s Conference and the women behind the walls of Manassas Adult Detention Center. May God continue to keep and bless you, your family and your ministry in Jesus’ name. I pray that you will continue to be blessed and in honor of you I am naming a standard poetry gift basket after you called–A King/Queen.

Per your request, here attached is your poem “Chosen By A King.” I will be sending the gift basket as well. God bless.

Dear Tonya, you are truly God’s woman, a queen for such a time as this. Your artistic gifts of prophetic poetry and godly gift baskets are a welcome blessing to the Body of Christ. Also, when Deborah told us that God told her that He sacrificed a moment in time away from His Precious Son Jesus, so that God could have Deborah live with Him for eternity, I was blown away. God loves each of us so very much! John 3:16 in action! Glory! What an honor is was to minister with you and the Reconciliation Community Church ministry team led by Pastor John Peyton, an anointed man of God! The men and women who attended the conference to receive the pro-life update and the ministry of God’s Word, and the women prisoners we visited honored us with their presence and their attentiveness to the Word of the Lord we were blessed to share. What a time of worship and impartation! I am overjoyed with the memory of the experience. Please greet Pastor John, Deborah, Carol and indeed your entire ministry family and community for me in the Name of Jesus! God bless each and everyone! Alveda






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Do Not Worry

Friday, August 3rd, 2012





This weekend let’s take some time to reflect on God’s goodness. Let’s put worldly concerns aside for a moment and concentrate on the fact that all we truly need in this world comes from God.

“Therefore I tell you, do not worry about your life, what you will eat or drink; or about your body, what you will wear. Is not life more than food, and the body more than clothes? Look at the birds of the air; they do not sow or reap or store away in barns, and yet your heavenly Father feeds them. Are you not much more valuable than they? Can any one of you by worrying add a single hour to your life?

“And why do you worry about clothes? See how the flowers of the field grow. They do not labor or spin. Yet I tell you that not even Solomon in all his splendor was dressed like one of these. If that is how God clothes the grass of the field, which is here today and tomorrow is thrown into the fire, will he not much more clothe you—you of little faith? So do not worry, saying, ‘What shall we eat?’ or ‘What shall we drink?’ or ‘What shall we wear?’ For the pagans run after all these things, and your heavenly Father knows that you need them. But seek first his kingdom and his righteousness, and all these things will be given to you as well. Therefore do not worry about tomorrow, for tomorrow will worry about itself. Each day has enough trouble of its own. – Matthew 6:25-34






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Teaching Children Propaganda?

Friday, July 20th, 2012





Chuck Norris is in the news along with Dan Cathy of Chick-fil-A; both charged with promoting propaganda against the homosexual lobby. Both Chuck and Chick-fil-A have been broadly admired over the years; Chuck for his popular Walker, Texas Ranger series and karate and exercise regimen; and Chick-fil-A for family values backed up by sensational chicken menus sold only Monday through Saturday, closed on Sunday so employees can spend time with their families and worship God if they so choose.

Chuck is concerned that President Obama’s homosexual agenda will impact Boy Scouts of America. In a recent article Chuck said of Boy Scouts of America national board member and Ernst & Young CEO James Turley.

“But is Turley working on his own initiative, or has the White House prodded him with perks and favors?” Norris speculates. “Is it a coincidence that Turley came out swinging against the BSA’s century-old policy to ban gays from leadership and that he has such close affiliations with the pro-gay Obama Administration?”

The Girl Scouts of America has already been affected by the culture of death with the influences of the pro-abortion agenda and let’s not forget that the Girl Scouts of America recently ruled that a boy could be a Girl Scout.

As reported in a Baptist Press interview with Dan Cathy, “Some have opposed the company’s support of the traditional family. ”Well, guilty as charged,” said Cathy when asked about the company’s position.

“We are very much supportive of the family — the biblical definition of the family unit. We are a family-owned business, a family-led business, and we are married to our first wives. We give God thanks for that.

“We operate as a family business … our restaurants are typically led by families; some are single. We want to do anything we possibly can to strengthen families. We are very much committed to that,” Cathy emphasized.

“We intend to stay the course,” he said. “We know that it might not be popular with everyone, but thank the Lord, we live in a country where we can share our values and operate on biblical principles.”

Why is it that when family values are brought to the table, the outcry against truth is so loud? Propaganda is defined as the spreading of ideas, information, or rumor for the purpose of helping or injuring an institution, a cause, or a person.

The propaganda debate is not limited to the United States as reported by The Journal in Great Britain, “The “shadow” health minister of Great Britain’s Labour Party said of a Christian group that has made over 50 presentations to school children on abortion, “I think it is very wrong and the Government needs to step in because we can’t teach children at an impressionable age this sort of propaganda.” Diane Abbott criticized the organization Lovewise for telling children at mostly faith-based schools about the abortion/breast cancer link, the abortion/depression link, and other abortion consequences, “Sexual health education is supposed to be based on facts. These people are just pedaling bigotry.”

The prophet Isaiah said it best when he said, “Woe to those who call evil good and good evil, who put darkness for light and light for darkness, who put bitter for sweet and sweet for bitter.” Isaiah 5:20






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The Decision That Will Affect Generations To Come

Wednesday, June 27th, 2012





As we await the Supreme Court’s decision on Obamacare, a few things come to mind.

I was thinking about the various outcomes and the ramifications they will have. Will the Supreme Court strike down the whole law as unconstitutional leaving our healthcare system in dire need of some type of reform. Will they strike down only parts of the bill, and if so, what parts will they strike down. Will abortion funding still be a part of the bill that stands. And what if they decide that the law is constitutional as it stands, trampling on our religious liberties and our conscious rights.

Whatever the decision is, it will affect every American in one way or another. For me and the ministry that God has called me to, the main part of the bill that concerns me is the funding of abortion, the HHS mandate to provide insurance coverage of reproductive health services to all employees, and any part that infringes on my ability to exercise my conscience and first amendment rights.

I knew we were in trouble when Rep. Pelosi said, “we have to pass the bill so that you can find out what is in it.” To this day we are still finding out “what is in it” and most of it is not good.

LifeNews had an article that explained some of the provisions in the bill that, if not struck down completely, would still be of concern to pro-lifers and would continue funneling money to the abortion industry, taxpayer money and your own personal money through insurance regulations.

In another article written by Kristan Hawkins, Executive Director, Students for Life of America, talks of the pro-life generation and as Kristan writes, “.. Students for Life is here [Supreme Court steps], ready to go to make sure, that regardless of the outcome, our voice is heard. We want to be the first pro-lifers at the Supreme Court when this decision is announced to show the nation that this generation is pro-life, and we are ready for whatever the Supreme Court decides. Students for Life never stops, whether it’s mobilizing at the Supreme Court or starting and training over 720 pro-life groups on college campuses across the country. We’re there, every day at every hour, ensuring that the next generation is truly the pro-life generation.” It’s great to see the youth of our nations to be so energized and ready to stand up for the least among us.

As we wait for the decision, let’s continue to pray for the members of the Supreme Court and for the decision that this bill be struck down as unconstitutional. Let’s pray for the Obama administration, that they will start listening to the people of this country and stop trampling all over our rights. Let’s pray for the defunding of Planned Parenthood. Let’s pray for equal protection for all Americans regardless of their developmental stage or size. Let’s pray for those that have had abortions or have participated in an abortion, that they will find healing, forgiveness, and repentance.

Our country has gone down a dark road for so long and our eyes have adjusted to the lack of light in this dark place that we find ourselves in that many can’t see the truth for the lack of light in their lives. In John 8:12 Jesus said, “I am the light of the world. Whoever follows me will never walk in darkness, but will have the light of life.” We need to turn back to God and away from the darkness.






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From Stumbling Blocks To Building Blocks

Wednesday, June 20th, 2012





“This anthology exposes a broader conception between heaven and earth (God and man), the natural and unnatural, and the interconnection between hope, grace and Salvation. Throughout this work the contributors reveal a nearly undisclosed picture of today’s society, and its complex functions. Let it be universally acknowledged that the contributors’ consistent years of researching and writing this volume are inspired by an ever increasing sense of truth-consciousness!” Dr. John L. Johnson, Publisher, and author of The Black Biblical Heritage, God’s Kingship with Dark Colors, and 500 Questions and Answers on the Black presence in the Bible.

Our Vision: “Uniting the Dream of Civil Rights and Moral Justice for abundant Life”

Our Mission: “Enhancing the lives of people spiritually, intellectually, economically, socially, physically and holistically.”

Our Methods: Through community events, mentoring and educational sessions, workshops, conferences, media awareness campaigns, non-violent political action, lobbying and coalition building of pro-life and pro-family advocacy groups, we challenge the status quo and cultivate collective commitment to principles that uphold the constitutional values of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.

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Failure to Climb the Mountain

Tuesday, June 12th, 2012





By Mack Rights

In my preparation to review Life at All Costs – An Anthology of Voices from 21st Century Black Prolife Leaders, contributed to and edited by Dr. Alveda King and Dr. La Verne Tolbert, I want to begin by reviewing one particular essay in this fine and important book. Chapter 22 is called “Traditional Values,” and it is written by Elder Levon Yuille. He is the Pastor of The Bible Church in Ypsilanti, MI and a Founder of The National Black Prolife Congress.

For full disclosure, my editor and the President of the Frederick Douglass Foundation of New York, Chaplain Ayesha Kreutz wrote a chapter of this book.

Regarding Elder Yuille’s essay, these are words I’d like to add to my file labeled “Words I Wish I Had Written.” For that reason, I will be quoting it heavily. I feel that this essay astutely captures the goal of this book, for it is not only a book about abortion, abortion-related diseases and the effects of abortion on society as a whole and on blacks in particular. It is also a book about the effects of society’s secularization and social degradation. It strives to describe how alternatives to evil actually can and do work for those in need of advice. It is a Biblical argument on steroids calling all those with awareness to stand up and draw the line in the sand. Not only must we hold that line against the dark forces but also cross that line, fight those forces and push that line back into the territory we’ve already lost.

And along the way, this book is nobly written by honest and frankly-speaking folks who’ve sinned and fallen themselves. But rather than wallowing in sin and resigning themselves to a stoic acceptance of an eternity in hell, they’re attacking the darkness with the words and lessons from the Bible that will lead to forgiveness and ultimately victory over those dark forces that have tempted them with failure. With that said, here are some of the Elder Yuille’s words:

Because someone fails to climb the mountain, this failure does not diminish the beauty or height of the mountain. The climber must simply do what’s necessary to ultimately climb the mountain.

There is a great and beautiful mountain that many of us in America are trying to recapture. It is the mountain of Traditional Values. Yes, as corny as it may sound, these values made this nation of ours one of the greatest nations of all times. A nation built by individuals who publicly proclaimed faith in God, this nation which has been called the “bread basket of the world” and Champion of Democracy.

There are those who are enemies of the traditional God-centered values that made this nation so great. They have loaded their weapons of anti-traditional values, with ammunition from Darwin’s theories, Marx’s misguided concepts, Freud’s surrender to passion, Wellhausen’s so called modernism and Russell, who told us why he did not believe in God. But in the midst of the anti-traditionalist arsenal, they have the ultimate weapon; the mountain climber that failed to reach the top of the mountain.

The anti-traditionalist with glee, points to Jimmy Swaggart, Jim Baker and other high profile traditionalists who failed in their climb. And they use these failures as an attempt to diminish the lofty height and beautiful mountain of Traditional Values. They use these fallen climbers as a method to diminish the mountain and to exalt their concepts of relativism, situational ethics and Marxism. (p. 141)

This is a stark reminder that we are all indeed sinners. And just because we occasionally fail to live up to God’s Commandments, this does not mean God is a fool or that trying to hold to these Commandments is folly. The liberals in this country use Satan as a muse, whether they know it or not, and Satan tempts them constantly into violating God’s Commandments. He uses their intellectual pride to convince them that they know better than others do and that they don’t need to hold true to the precepts of the silly traditionalists’ skygod. And with that pride, they become spokesmen for Satan in their active tempting of others into sin by using the government rather than the Bible as the arbiter of what is right and wrong.

With that in mind, Elder Yuille calls for us to buck up and realize this:

We, who believe in traditional values, know that many of us have failed in our climb, but this in no way diminishes the mountain we are trying to climb… It is time for all fallen climbers to rise and take America back up the mountain of Traditional Values. (p. 142)

He calls for us to push the culture back up that slippery slope. It is the path less traveled, and it isn’t the path for an armchair Christian. It is a challenge against passivity in the Culture War. It is a call to leave some of the comforts of life behind in order to serve the Will of God in a Society run over roughshod by the forces of evil. The Elder Yuille continues:

In both of these passages [from Ezekiel] it is noted that the people of God were aiding and abetting individuals who were practicing things contrary to the will of God and these activities were being sorely rebuked by God… It is quite amazing to me how many Christians think their faith has nothing to do with their politics… Matter of fact, it was the Christian faith in the hearts of the Pilgrims and Puritans that brought this nation into being. Along with this, it is interesting to note that there have been, in the past, Supreme Court decisions that said America was indeed a Christian nation (Church of the Holy Trinity v. United States). (p.142-143)

He makes the point, without naming the Democrat Party, that a vote for this party and its agenda is a vote for the reign of evil on earth. Furthermore, he calls out those that want to separate their vote from their values, simply because they’ve been so convinced by the liberal mantra that there is some invisible wall of separation of church and state written into the Constitution. I challenge anyone to read the US Constitution and then try to convince me that it is there. It’s not, unless the words are as invisible as the wall. To make this point even more, the good Elder Yuille writes:

I think many of our founding fathers would be shocked at the idea of a secular America. Especially since the word secular comes from a Latin word which means worldly or pagan. God deliver us from becoming a pagan nation. (p. 141)

If our Founding Fathers were all Christian, and they were successfully able to create a nation that would be obligated to end slavery if it were to live up to its own ideals as written into the Constitution (as Frederick Douglass contends), how is it that we allow our present leading liberal lights to convince so many people that our country is secular and pagan? – Answer: it’s the voice of evil holding out temptation as a justification for the rationalization it takes to become an advocate for this secularization. Pastor Yuille continues:

The Bible also teaches us that Christians should not be in partnership (2 Cor. 7:14) with the works of darkness, such as partial birth abortion, along with such initiatives as the homosexual assimilation movement, which is the effort of the homosexual community to make homosexuality no morally different than heterosexual marriages. Because the Bible has spoken so strongly against these behaviors, for Christians to be in partnership with politicians who promote these causes is distressing because we are strengthening things that are contrary to God’s law.

Some Christians justify voting for causes they don’t believe in because they say they are not a one-issue voter. Regrettably that was the same logic used by the pro-slavery movement advocates… This is most certainly sad because Ezekiel said that means we are betraying God for a handful of barely and pieces of bread. (p. 143)

In other words, he sees the black community’s devotion to the Democrat Party as a consequence of giving into the temptation of benefits doled out by politicians in exchange for votes. However, these votes go to politicians who are actively participating in Margaret Sanger’s Negro Project as it lives on through the choice of placement of abortion mills right smack dab in the middle of the black communities. “Vote for us,” the Satan-inspired liberals say, “We’ll give you barely and pieces of bread, and you can kill your babies here. Oh, and by the way, if you don’t want babies, try homosexuality. It feels good too, it’s socially acceptable, and you won’t have to spend money at the abortion mill simply because those evil Christian Republicans refuse to fund abortion with taxpayer dollars.”

Like I said, Elder Levon Yuille’s words are brilliant, and I’ll end with some of his conlusion:

It is disturbing to note that my community [the black community] which seems to have more churches than any other community in America. It is described as among the most religious, but by their vote the strongest supporters of the most anti-Christian agenda in history of this nation.

This blind devotion is often justified by the numerous government handouts that have come our way, which is simply saying our loyalty to God is secondary to those with corrupt agendas that give us something. In other words, we have betrayed God for a handful of barely and pieces of bread. (p. 144)

Let me take that back. I’ll end with some of my words. This is a review of just 4 pages of this fine book Life At All Costs. Don’t pretend you didn’t find Elder Levon Yuille’s words profound. If you didn’t, it’s because you’re a Satan-worshipping pagan drenched in the blood of the unborn at a Democrat-Coming-Out-Party Abortion Orgy dancing to Led Zeppelin’s Stairway to Heaven played backwards while zooted out on a cocktail of ecstasy, cocaine and heroine. But if that’s the case, you’re probably either a serial killer or a Democrat who doesn’t read much, so these words won’t help you.

The rest of this book is just as profound. Get it. It just might change your life. But if you’re already on the correct path, it will help you stay there. These are the heart-felt words of those on the front lines in the battle between good and evil. These Christian warriors are not at all perfectly sinless now- nor were they before they joined this battle- but they are indeed willing to continue to tackle that “mountain of Traditional Values,” even despite their occasional setbacks. It’s during these setbacks that we need these words the most.

This review was written by Mack Rights and featured in The Frederick Douglass Foundation of New York website HERE.






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