Martin Luther King, Jr January 15, 1929 – April 4, 1968   On this day we celebrate the birth of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.  Most folk knew him for his speech, “I Have a Dream”.  A hero to blacks and source of pain for whites.  Martin was known for exposing the

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 “I can cultivate a judgmental attitude toward those who may not agree or cooperate with my plan. Grace killers are notorious for a judgmental attitude. It is perhaps the single most un-Christlike characteristic in evangelical circles today.” Chuck Swindoll Judgement as defined by Webster’s Miriam online dictionary is defined as, an opinion or decision that is

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