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Happy Birthday America: PRAY for AMERICA!

Friday, July 3rd, 2015

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If a picture is worth a thousand words, what is the value of a song? What better way to celebrate our national anniversary than with a new song release?

Alyak Productions and Heaven Sings Entertainment, announce the release of “PRAY for AMERICA.” The song is a poignant response to current domestic and world events, calling listeners to a greater respect for human life.

The song has long been on the radar of my friend, Alyak Productions founder, Eugene Vigil who has been waiting for the right time to record it. After sharing it with me, we agreed that it is a timely and much needed message.

It’s almost like déjà vu; reminiscent of the 20th century civil rights movement and other landmarks in human history where people were inspired to share great hope through songs like WE SHALL OVERCOME, LIFT EVERY VOICE AND SING, AMAZING GRACE, and on and on.

More recently, we have been blessed with GLORY. And now PRAY FOR AMERICA.

In light of the recent turmoil over race-based church shootings, riots in major cities around our country, and global and domestic terrorism, “Pray for America” urges Americans to combat all violence and injustice through prayer– not just in America but around the world.

Eugene’s hope for this song is that it will bring people of every ethnicity together to pray for our nation’s leaders, our president, our Supreme Court, our senators and congressmen and women, and all people living in our country…that through prayer we may have a stronger, united America. And through a stronger America, we may achieve a deeper respect for all lives because ALL lives matter.

“PRAY for AMERICA” will be available soon via iTunes and Spotify among other digital music outlets.

For updates on “Pray for America” visit Facebook, Twitter, on mobile app at http://www.visibil.mobi/PrayforAmericaMusic or watch the video at YouTube.

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Dr. Alveda King: Happy Birthday America! PRAY for AMERICA!

Thursday, July 2nd, 2015

ALVEDA KING ANNOUNCES THE RELEASE OF “PRAY FOR AMERICA”
Song Calls for People to Pray for our Country

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(Nashville, Tenn.) July 02, 2015 – Alveda King, in partnership with Alyak Productions through Heaven Sings Entertainment, announces the release of “Pray for America.” The song is a poignant response to current domestic and world events, calling listeners to a greater respect for human life.

The song had long been on the radar of Alyak Productions founder Eugene Vigil who was waiting for the right time to record it. After sharing it with King, the two decided it was a timely and needed message.

King explains, “In light of the recent turmoil over race-based church shootings, riots in major cities around our country, and global and domestic terrorism, ‘Pray for America’ urges Americans to combat all violence and injustice through prayer– not just in America but around the world.”

Vigil agrees, “My hope for this song is that it will bring people of every ethnicity together to pray for our nation’s leaders, our president, our Supreme Court, our senators and congressmen and women, and all people living in our country…that through prayer we may have a stronger, united America. And through a stronger America, we may achieve a deeper respect for all lives because ALL lives matter.”

“Pray for America” will be released July 3, 2015, via iTunes and Spotify among other digital music outlets.

For updates on “Pray for America” visit Facebook or watch the video at YouTube.

About Dr. Alveda King

As Guardian of the King Family Legacy, Dr. Alveda King is minister of the Gospel of Jesus Christ, director of African American outreach for Priests for Life, a grateful mother and grandmother. She uses her gifts and talents to glorify God in the earth. She is a former college professor, author, film, stage, radio and music producer, vocalist and songwriter, mentor, stage and screen actress, media pundit, blogger, publisher, Georgia state legislator and presidential appointee. Follow Dr. Alveda King on Twitter: @alvedaCking.

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Little Boy, Big Heart!

Wednesday, April 22nd, 2015

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***** DON’T MISS OPENING NIGHT! *****

My cycbroadcast.com radio co-host Emmanuel Boose and I recently cohosted private screenings for a great inspirational movie in Tupelo and Atlanta. The powerful film LITTLE BOY features a 7 year-old “little boy,” Pepper Flynt Busbee. In the title role, Jakob Salvati inspires a whole community with his faith, love and stick-to-itiveness.

Pepper has a special bond with his father which serves him well since he is constantly being picked on by his peers because of his short stature. His world is turned upside down when his father is called to military service in WWII and must leave his family for the first time.

When his dad doesn’t return home as scheduled, Pepper is devastated. With the help of the local pastor, Pepper’s childlike acceptance of God’s promise below allows him to believe that he can help bring his dad home from the war.

“Because you have so little faith. Truly I tell you, if you have faith as small as a mustard seed, you can say to this mountain, ‘Move from here to there,’ and it will move. Nothing will be impossible for you. (Matthew 17.20)

This inspiration leads Pepper on a journey to increase his faith and to believe he can will his father back home from the war.

Holding on to a tiny mustard seed, Pepper begins to tackle fear, racial bigotry, ridicule and other evil forces.

While not entirely Bible based, this fine movie earns our five stars for inspiration. LITTLE BOY is a journey of faith, hope, and love. It will have you laughing one moment and misty eyed the next. Most of all the film teaches us that if you don’t have any hatred in your heart, your faith can make the impossible, possible.

“Then Jesus said to the disciples, “Have faith in God. I tell you the truth, you can say to this mountain, ‘May you be lifted up and thrown into the sea,’ and it will happen. But you must really believe it will happen and have no doubt in your heart. I tell you, you can pray for anything, and if you believe that you’ve received it, it will be yours. But when you are praying, first forgive anyone you are holding a grudge against, so that your Father in heaven will forgive your sins, too. ” (Mark 11:22-25 NLT)

Executive Producers, Eduardo Verastegui, Roma Downey and Mark Burnet and Director, Alejandro Monteverde bring to the screen a sure to be classic.

Film opens for public enjoyment on Friday, April 24. Check your local theatres for showtimes and take your family and friends to see this movie. Also, don’t forget to make sure to share this blog with all your social media friends.

For more about the movie watch the trailer and visit www.littleboymovie.com

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Dr. Alveda King: SELMA Movie is Historically Entertaining

Tuesday, December 30th, 2014

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Atlanta, GA — In response to several social media and general inquiries regarding the new SELMA movie release, Dr. Alveda C. King, gospel evangelist, pro-life and civil rights activist shares the following:

“An invitation to a pre-release screening of the movie SELMA brought mixed emotions to my heart, and tears to my eyes. As I sat in the theater, I was transported back to the time when my Uncle MLK, my Daddy AD King and so many civil rights icons were embroiled in the historical crosshairs that brought equity to the voting rights of Blacks in America. It was during that same season that Daddy’s and Mother’s church parsonage was bombed in Birmingham; and the little girls, one a classmate of mine, were killed in the bombing of the church. It was also the season of my first civil rights march, a “Children’s March” where Daddy and James Orange and others taught me the tenants of nonviolent protests.

“Even though I wasn’t on the team of consultants who worked with the producers, I’m glad the film is in the atmosphere. While SELMA is historically informative and entertaining, having lived through those days, I would have appreciated more historical accuracy. I know that everyone can’t be included in such projects, but on a personal note, I was saddened to find no mention of my Dad, who not only marched in Selma, but was also felled (and recovered) along with not only John Lewis, but with many others, including Hosea Williams and my dearly departed friend James Orange.

“So many people have contacted me regarding the overtones regarding references to Uncle ML’s responses to the attacks on his personal life. I have only this to say. Like all of the Bible heroes, Uncle was a human being, an imperfect man who served a perfect God. He and Daddy are in Heaven now, in the company with David, Moses, Paul, Rahab, The Woman at the Well, The Woman caught in the act… Uncle ML was a devoted prophet and Man of God. Need I say more?

“Overall I enjoyed the film, and I recommend the film for viewing.”

Alveda is Author of King Rules, Founder of Alveda King Ministries, Director of African American Outreach for Priests for Life, and spiritual advisor for Restore the Dream 2015.

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Hollywood’s Ark

Tuesday, April 1st, 2014

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And I solemnly declare to everyone who hears the words of prophecy written in this book: If anyone adds anything to what is written here, God will add to that person the plagues described in this book. And if anyone removes any of the words from this book of prophecy, God will remove that person’s share in the tree of life and in the holy city that are described in this book. – Revelation 22:18-19

Another commentary from a youthful follower:

Last week I shared a conversation I’m having with a young woman, “CC.” She was expressing her concern regarding the prolife versus prochoice philosophies. This week she has shared her thoughts regarding the newly released film, NOAH.

Even though I’ve seen the film, I wasn’t going to blog about it. Yet, as I read CC’s thoughts, I decided to share a few of my own. First, read what CC has to say. My response follows:

Dear Dr. King,

I really enjoy your blogs but I would just like to mention that many conservatives seem to be in an uproar about the movie “Noah” and I feel that they may be missing a perfect opportunity to witness to a generation of people who have never heard a clear presentation of the Gospel. My question is this, did the Author, producer or directors ever say this was a biblical account of the life and trials of Noah? If not, why then are Christians upset? Instead of criticizing the film for inaccuracy, why not celebrate as a symbol of how God still inspires? Who knows, maybe this idea came to the writers following a dream they had while sleeping in church. While not accurate, God’s word is powerful enough to take even the looses interpretations and lead to salvation. If Christians would stop putting God in a box, maybe more people would actually live Christian lives….I’m just saying. If they stop hating, and thank God that people still find his word relevant, maybe then, they could be in a position to fill in the historical gaps that the movie left void….

Blessings, CC.

Here’s my reply:

I am glad that Hollywood didn’t fudge to say the film is a Bible story. So, no CC, the producers, directors, etc. never said this NOAH is a Bible story. The atheist creator of the story decided to make the film, which is “inspired by the Bible.” I hadn’t read any of the commentaries when I slipped away to view the film all by myself last week. I was surprised that many of the seats were filled at the noon matinee on a week day. The presence of so many others led me to believe that many people still believe there is a God in Heaven, and that many are trying to seek God while God may be found.

There were blatant Bible fallacies in the movie. Two of Noah’s sons didn’t have wives when Noah shut the doors of the ark. The Nephilim like fallen angels in the film suggested that they were in their pitiful volcano rock bodies, misshapen and gruesome because they disobeyed the “Creator” and came to earth to help save the humans, when obviously the “Creator” didn’t care about humanity. Of course this representation flies in the face of the truth of John 3:16 that God so loved humanity that he gave His Son Jesus to redeem us.

Yes, in spite of all of this, CC has a point. People are going to go and see movies like Noah, because people are hungry for truth. What we Christians need to do is to overcome off point movies with so many powerful and truthful films that people will begin to discern truth from fiction, and start reading the Bible for themselves.

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“GIMME SHELTER” is a Family Friendly Inspiring Movie Masterpiece

Tuesday, January 28th, 2014

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Once upon a time before the world went crazy, there were compassionate people who opened shelters for unwed mothers, offering refuge and care for women and their babies in their desperate times of need. In the 21st Century, we call these shelters “pregnancy care centers.” The setting for much of the riveting new “GIMME SHELTER” movie is a Pregnancy Care Center.

The movie is modeled after a true story in which a young woman, estranged from her pitiful drug addicted mother, and virtually unknown to her well to do father finds herself alone and pregnant. After several brushes with death and skirmishes with the law and her parents, she finds an unlikely refuge. We quickly fall in love with her, the shelter, and her new friends.

I understand why the producers of the film insist that it isn’t just about a prolife message because while the message “choose life” reverberates in the movie, the totality of the telling is much more comprehensive than one would imagine. There is a struggle to overcome bureaucracy, familial dysfunction and even implied racism in the film. Friendship, loyalty, faith, love and grace abound on the screen.

It wouldn’t be me if I didn’t include a scripture in this review, so here we go. Caregivers in the desired “shelter” reminded me of the midwives in the Bible. Where we are surrounded by the Pharaohs of Planned Parenthood here in the 21st Century, we discover in this film that there are still those who have not bowed their knees to the baals of greed that cause women to make desperate choices in seemingly hopeless moments. Yes, there are angels in disguise, and we meet some of them in the movie. They remind me of the midwives in Exodus chapter one.

“Behold, the people… are too many and too mighty for us… come, let us deal shrewdly with them, lest they multiply… But the midwives feared God and did not do as the king… commanded them, so God dealt well with the midwives. And the people multiplied and grew very strong.”

Compassion is an act of obedience and humility; an act that says “yes, I’m my brother’s and my sister’s keeper.” The midwives in Exodus were humble, obedient and compassionate. This expression of the love of Christ is predominant in the movie although one wouldn’t come away feeling that they had gone to a religious movie. Evil was confronted and overcome by good in a very realistic way in the movie.

Dealers and traffickers of drugs, greed, abortion and evil in general are enemies to life and family. Yet, there is shelter in the storm. While the film was primarily about a woman’s search for shelter, the role of the father in the life of his children was also poignantly addressed. But I come to close to the plot so I’ll leave something to your imagination until you get to the theater. Don’t wait too long!

My daughter and I went to see the movie, and she was moved to tears. It was a powerfully emotional experience for me as well. Since I don’t want to make this review into a spoiler, I’ll contain my zeal and end this review by urging you to see the film.

Watch the trailer at www.gimmeshelterthemovie.com.

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@PreachersOfLA Exclusive Interview

Friday, September 13th, 2013

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Friends, here’s an exclusive interview just for you. Just returned from a preview of the upcoming controversial reality show Preachers of L.A. Just in is an exclusive with Bishop and First Lady Ron Gibson and preview host Darlene McCoy. The show has great evangelistic potential even though it faces backlash from the traditional church community. The show airs on Oxygen October 9 at 10 pm est. I don’t know if they will tackle some of the hardline issues such as abortion or God’s plan for procreation, but I do know that they are all lifting up the name of Jesus. Let’s pray that God will use the show to win souls for Jesus! Amen for now!

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Exclusive Interview with Preachers of LA

Thursday, September 12th, 2013

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Alveda: “We’re talking with Bishop and First Lady Ron Gibson and you’re getting this first from the blog of Alveda King because I’m sitting here with them.

“Now, I want to know why they have agreed to appear on Preachers of LA.

“You’ve heard a lot of controversial information about a lot of criticisms but I’m telling you, I’m sitting here with members of that show, preachers of the Gospel, husbands and wives, and they have a reason for using this avenue.

“I just want to know, Pastor and First Lady, do you believe God is going to use this medium to help you reach souls?”

Pastor Gibson: “I know He’s going to use this medium to reach souls. We’ve come to the Kingdom for such a time as this. God has anointed us, appointed us, now he’s launching us out into the deep to win the lost through the power of Pentecost, the Gospel of Jesus Christ. So I know it’s not accidental but it’s providential. It’s that time because time is winding up and people are dying without the hope of salvation. And God has prepared us for such a time as this.”

Alveda: “First Lady Gibson?”

First Lady Gibson: “There’s no doubt about it that this is a God assignment and it’s a God moment and I am honored that the Lord selected my husband first and I’m just assisting in any way that I can in this. He has trusted him with this opportunity to really speak to the society of today about issues today, Christian family life today, and getting the Gospel to people that may never watch Christian television. They may never turn on a Christian television station on but they might be watching Bad Girls on Oxygen. Hopefully right after that will be the Preachers of LA and they’re going to be ministered to, they’re going to be blessed because these preachers are opening up their lives and they’re sharing real life things that they go through and I think they’ll relate and they’ll be ministered to as they watch the journey through their lives.”

Alveda: “Thank you. And First Lady and I also attended Spellman together; you just might want to hear that. And now we’re going to the bold and daring Darlene McCoy who has brought this group together; gave us this wonderful preview. What did you have in mind when you brought this to Atlanta for us come out and join you?”

Darlene McCoy: “I do want to say this, I was taken back in the beginning and everyone knows that I am very vocal on Praise 102.5. I had an opportunity to watch the first episode and I am 100 percent behind this show. This is a show that the Kingdom needs to support. Not only the Kingdom; we’re going to see that the mainstream will support it as well because this is real ministry. And the thing, the key factor is they are lifting up Jesus. Jesus said, ‘If I be lifted up, I will draw all men unto me.’ And what better way to lift up Jesus among every man than on a network like Oxygen. This is incredible. I’m excited about it. And we’re just going to support it 100 percent.”

Alveda: “Now remember you heard this first from Alveda on my blog. And make sure you get it out in Tweetville, right now. Alveda King, signing off. Thank you!”

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Red Carpet Blues: Prayers for Quvenzhané Wallis

Monday, March 4th, 2013

Quvenzhane-Wallis-at-Oscars-red-carpetNow that the red carpet is back in storage and we know who was best dressed and worst dressed, who won Best Picture, Best Actor, Best Actress. Best Director and so on, let’s discuss a more serious matter.

Young 9 year-old Quvenzhané Wallis was a big splash in her Armani dress looking so elegant and sophisticated but still holding on to her youth as she sported a puppy shaped purse.

But not everyone at the Oscars was as impressesed with the way Wallis carried herself. As Sabrina James wrote in her article, “The popular satire site The Onion tweeted the following to its more than 4 million followers during the show last night: “Everyone else seems afraid to say it, but that Quvenzhané Wallis is kind of a c___, right?” Totally inappropriate to say the least and definitely uncalled for.

I frequently speak of loving our neighbors (everyone is our neighbor) and expressing agape love for each other. The Onion certainly didn’t show young Miss Wallace any love.

Words can have a way of leaving deep scars and nobody should be subjected to such treatment, especially young children.

Although The Onion issued an apology the next day, the damage was already done.

Please join me in saying a prayer for Quvenzhané Wallis that she will forgive the thoughtlessness of The Onion and she will take the higher road. Pray for those over at The Onion and indeed everyone in the media, that a spirit of kindness mingled with truth will arise in our reporting.

We need to treat each other better if we are to live in a civilized society. With the genocide of the Black community, the gendercide of girls, sex-trafficking, and the willingness to kill our elderly, we are rapidly becoming an uncivilized society.

We need to turn back to God; we need to repent of our sins; we need to have a revival. Then, and only then, will God hear our cry and save our land. The other option is to continue down the same path towards destruction.

I know what path I am going to follow. Have you made your choice?

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2013 New Year’s Message by Alveda King

Monday, December 31st, 2012

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In preparing to navigate what may surely be the sometimes invigorating, sometimes dark and murky waters of 2013, let us prepare for war and peace, joy and challenge, love and forgiveness.

The year 2013 will mark several significant landmark anniversaries including 150 years since the signing of the Emancipation Proclamation, 100 years since the formation of the Federal Reserve System, 50 years since the MLK I HAVE A DREAM SPEECH, and 40 years of legal abortion in America with the passage of Roe versus Wade. This will surely be a year of transition and there is a need for a deep spiritual awakening.

As we were nearing the end of the complex yet remarkable year of 2012, two anticipated movies emerged. While on the surface these two films appear to be polar opposites they actually have a lot in common. Both films address the atrocities and pending demise of slavery in America. The star studded LINCOLN film by cinematic genius Steven Spielberg garnered high ratings and surely pierced the coldest hearts frozen by the aegis of racism.

The second film, DJANGO by master of gratuitous violence Quentin Tarantino was shockingly offensive in its array of profanity, nudity and blood shedding violence, with popular Black actors Jamie Foxx, Kerry Washington, Samuel L. Jackson and groupie favorite Leonardo DeCaprio is one I generally would never grace the box office with money for a ticket, but surprisingly I’m glad my son offered to take me to see it.

I found LINCOLN to be remarkably refreshing even in the midst of the stoicism and what could have been just another boring historical anal in the tombs of media wannabes. Yet, it wasn’t. There was humor and there was insight, and I learned to love Mrs. Mary Todd Lincoln who has often been misunderstood by historians. This movie came just at the right time in history when a bridge between the disenfranchised of America in the horrible flesh peddling that landed in America in the 17th Century and what inhumanity continues to exist in the 21st Century.

How can this be you might ask? Well, one of the earlier American records of selling humans in exchange for goods and services is noted to have occurred in 1619 when John Rolfe noted in a letter to the Virginia Company Treasurer Edwin Sandys that trade of 20 African slaves would be available for food and supplies. These types of exchange occurred and lasted until the passage of the Slave Trade Act of 1807.

This effort was led by William Wilberforce, William Penn and other European abolitionists. They won the battle to end the sanctioned slave trade over the waters. This Act was followed by the Slavery Abolition Act of 1833, abolishing most legal slavery in the British Empire.

However, these actions in Europe didn’t end slavery in America, because slave owners came up with the brilliant idea, possibly aided by Willie Lynch, to inbreed slaves on American shores since the off shore flesh peddling was curtailed. Thank goodness that the American Abolitionist Movement, inspired by brothers’ and sisters’ success in Europe, was alive and well in America.

Thank God for the American Anti-Slavery Society which started in 1833. The white abolitionists and Black Freedom Fighters were the forerunners of what is known as the Pro-Life Movement of today. People like Susan B. Anthony, William Lloyd Garrison, Arthur Tappen, Lewis Tappen,‏ Fredrick Douglass, John Brown, Wendell Phillips, Lydia Maria Child, Henry Ward Beecher, Sojourner Truth, Harriet Tubman, Garrett Smith, Elizabeth Stanton, and they had a daughter named Elizabeth Smith, Harriet Beecher Stowe and Calvin Stow understood the sanctity of human existence and that all people were created equal.

Then too, President Lincoln had the courage to fight the battle and gave his life for the cause. The portrayal of Lincoln’s struggles and victories was duly portrayed in LINCOLN. I am grateful.

Now, DJANGO was more vulgar, in your face and disgustingly violent. But remember, so was slavery! For years I have been struggling with how to explain how much the slave masters lusted after the bodies of the Black and beautiful slave women; how the slave masters’ wives and female relatives hated the Black slave women for their beauty and sex appeal; how the Black slave women got beat and brutalized coming and going by the lustful slave masters and their women; and how the Black slave men were castigated and castrated for trying to be men rather than animals and for trying to have families with wives and children. Wow! DJANGO definitely portrayed the violent and inhumane treatment of Black slaves in America.

Now I know that women can hate their husbands’ mistresses, and hate their husbands for having mistresses. We even see that in the Bible with Sarah and Hagar and Abraham. And the same thing happens in every society where there are social class issues and people are taken advantage of by their masters for various inhumane purposes and that type of thing.

But the atrocities of slavery in America just go beyond the pale. All too often there is absolutely no value of human life where sex and money are involved, and that has been the case from the beginning of time, spreading into America’s history; manifesting in the slave trade market and more recently in the abortion market. The things that were done to these unfortunate human beings called slaves is terrible.

One can’t help but consider if disregard for the value of women and children is still at the root of abortion today. Consider this, many if not all of the women abolitionists should have been the forerunners of the Pro-Life Movement. Instead, we have a counterfeit “Women’s Rights Movement” which supports abortion and harmful contraceptive drugs today. Why in the world, how in the world could this be?

Remember, both women and men were allowed to be involved with the Anti-Slavery act. But, women could only go so far because they couldn’t vote, and many could not own property. Non-African Women and all slaves were actually considered to be chattel or property back then. So, it was hard for white and black women to be involved as abolitionists because white women were treated in very similar manner to African Americans, and most Black women were slaves. Unfortunately, the same thing was happening to the Native American Population. They were all considered to be chattels.

So the frustrated slave women often aborted their babies (Pure Breed and Mulatto) voluntarily as an act against sustaining future oppression. The Angry Caucasian Wives often coerced or forced abortion on their husband’s “Black Beauties” as a means of retaliation against their own brand of experienced oppression.

If you think about it, the same issues are at the heart of the Middle East Conflict. Sarah’s and Hagar’s sons are brothers with Abraham’s seed, yet their bitter battle still rages. My, what a bitter root of judgment in all these situations!

While many women who were abolitionists ended up becoming women rights activists, bitterness caused them to adopt a contraceptives agenda and finally an abortion agenda to exercise what they considered to be rights over their wombs. So now we have a war on babies and the wombs often led by women and men controlled by a desire for revenge and avarice.

The movie DJANGO clearly shows the atrocities that Black women had to suffer during slavery. The pain and indignities to the men is clear as well. The film opens two years before the beginning of the Civil War and goes on from there. I’m not recommending that anyone see the film, just telling you that I got an eye opening experience in my seat at the theater.

What connects these two films and makes me want to issue a challenge to Mr. Spielberg, Mr. Tarantino and any other brilliant producers and directors who want to deliver startling and or compelling messages? WHY DON’T YOU MAKE MOVIES THAT SHOW THAT BABAIES ARE TREATED LIKE SLAVES? WHY NOT SHOW WHY RIPPING LITTLE BABIES APART IN THE WOMBS OF THEIR MOTHERS IS BAD????????? HUH?

My friends, it is the beginning of 2013. We are closer to being “free at last,” but we are not yet in the Promised Land. Let 2013 mark a season of enlightenment where change can ignite in every heart. Let this be a time when the reality of the beauty of natural life, natural marriage and natural family will no longer be considered a hopeless dream, but a reality of a promise of Divine Love and Grace.

Even as we consider all of the current arguments regarding human sexuality, we have to consider that all of the cards are not even on the table. In Matthew 19:12, even Jesus explained that some people are born without the natural desire for sex with a woman; some people are castrated so they can’t fulfill sexual desires with a woman; and some choose not to have sex with a woman so that they can serve God better.

In other words, we read in Matthew 19:12 that: “some men are celibate because they were born that way. Others are celibate because they were castrated. Still others have decided to be celibate because of the kingdom of heaven. If anyone can do what you’ve suggested, then he should do it.” (GOD’s Word Translation) Of course being celibate because you don’t desire natural sexuality is different from fornicating. Fornicating, adultery and unnatural

The literal meaning of the word Eunuch in the original languages of the Bible mean: “a man who does not have natural sexual desires or use for a woman.” So, actually some people are born without natural sexual desires at all. And some maybe desire to have sex with someone of their own gender. This doesn’t mean that they have to have unnatural sexual activity though. People won’t die if they don’t have sex at all. That is where being open to Jesus comes in. We all need more enlightenment.

Also, the word Niger isn’t a dirty word. In Acts 13:1 Simeon the Niger was a respected man. The additional “g” to the word Niger made the word “Nigger” and Black slaves from Africa were taught to denigrate that word/name. People become too upset by the word Nigger.

I tell people they can call me Nigger, just remove one g and add Queen in front of Nigger and call me Queen Niger as the word appears in the Bible because a Niger is a royal person. Niger by the way also means “Black” and I add Beautiful to that. In ignorance slavers attempted to denigrate what God made good. Let’s set the record straight.

Friends, we’re dealing with a “three headed monster” – Racism, Reproductive Genocide and Sexual Immorality – all three sustained by a tainted beastly heart.

One of my favorite MLK sermons is REDISCOVERING LOST VALUES. If you study the message, enlightenment will surely come. We all just need to REPENT and learn how to live together as righteous brothers and sisters or perish as fools.

So, let’s pray that everyone can be enlightened in 2013. Let’s pray that we shine the truth in love. My mother once told me that “you can’t clean the house by sweeping the dirt under the rug.”

Well, people are all out of the closet now. Everything is out in the open. Many are wanting to do “his thing,” or “her thing.” Why don’t we just bring everything out in the open in 2013 and take it all to Jesus for a good never lose its power BLOOD WASHING? HAPPY NEW YEAR!

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