Evangelist Alveda King: Boycott a Distraction as Alveda's 'Rome for The Holidays' Tour with a Special Visit to Joan Lewis' Home and More Continues...
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ROME, Dec. 11, 2017 /Christian Newswire/ -- Amid boycotts during the opening of two civil rights museums in Mississippi last week, US President Donald John Trump said: "Martin Luther King, Jr. was a man I have studied, watched, and admired for my entire life."
From Rome, Pope Francis recently wrote: "Here I think of the words of Martin Luther King who met every kind of trial and tribulation with fraternal love."
Their words inspire my first trip to Rome.
While my blogs are usually filled with lectures, lessons, encouragement and prayers for concerns for the world, it's a refreshing change of pace to share some joyful highlights.
However, there's still "work mode" going on during this journey as well. For instance, back home members of The Congressional Black Caucus and a few members of the "old guard 20th Century Civil Rights Movement" missed yet another opportunity to speak up for the civil rights of the unborn last Friday; choosing instead to boycott the opening of the two new civil rights museums in Mississippi, where POTUS attended to bless the historical site.
In 1958 an INDEPENDENT MLK said: "I don't think the Republican party is a party full of the almighty God nor is the Democratic party. They both have weaknesses ... And I'm not inextricably bound to either party." MLK was never registered as Democrat or Republican. He was an Independent.
Meanwhile, I'm praying for you my beloved readers during this season.
As you join in by reading about my journaled Rome trek, and my soon to be released KING TRUTHS, if you are hurting in any way, maybe from loss of a loved one or some other painful situation, may God's grace and goodness touch you during your deepest moments and bring light, love and healing to you!
There's more to come. MERRY CHRISTMAS. Stay tuned. Chao.
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