It was 1964

It was 1964 – December 10: Martin Luther King becomes the youngest person to receive the Nobel Peace Prize in Oslo, Norway for his efforts to end segregation and racial discrimination through non-violent means.

Check out these previous posts to learn more about Dr. Martin’s efforts:

https://bethechurch.home.blog/2019/01/10/the-drx-excel-plus/

Today is Human Rights Day which the United Nations designated as a day to raise awareness for the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

Coincidence they are on the same day? I think not.

It got me thinking: There are no coincidences with God rather God incidents.

I am so grateful that God used Dr. King so mightily. I am grateful there is a declaration of human rights to protect the lives of the innocent.

What are you grateful for and what are you doing to make life a wee bit kinder for your fellow man?

“God has designed each of us for an enthusiastic, purpose-driven life. He doesn’t want you merely existing each day. He wants you to experience abundant life! But you have an enemy. And he’s a thief who wants to steal the passion, purpose, and potential you were born with. Yet here is the good news: Jesus has already overcome our enemy. Through the cross, you and I have access to His abundant life. And we can live in it today!”*

That is what this season is all about. Yes, Jesus is the reason for the season.

The thief comes only to steal and kill and destroy; I have come that they may have life, and have it to the full.” John 10.10

Be full of life.Have a grateful heart.

Live out your purpose with passion.

be.the.church

*Not sure who the author is of this quote. Either a social media poster where I saw it or they got it from another.

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