Taking Down the Ropes of Segregation

15:49   •   January 18, 2015   •   Topics:

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21 Comments

  1. Diane says:

    Absolutely awesome and exemplary! I loved seeing Martin Luther King and Billy Graham working together, being friends and brothers. I am glad to know about what they accomplished together. This is an important part of our American history.

  2. JUDY NELON says:

    Thank you for your work on behalf of all men. Praise the Lord for your work and your stand for CHRIST.

  3. Cheri Spencer says:

    Thanks for Billy Graham and family, praises for Christian celebration spreading the love and peace of our Lord and creator of all things. Great and small, gifts and talents spread across the globe. Voiced heartfelt love through song and dance, smiles, cultural dress, care of family, home and farm. The media can spread across the land what abundance good ness and prosperity our wonderful Lord gives each day. Our oceans brim with beauty and majesty. Fishes and loaves we must remember his message of healing hope and have faith. His promises are forever with us. Hold hands share the love. Again and again. Look up!

  4. King B. Johnson says:

    😉

  5. Leona Woodford says:

    I am so blessed of what you are doing and very thankful of these messages you have posted, I pray that God will continue to strengthen your mission for His glory. God Bless you all

  6. Bettyjohnson says:

    I am so thankful to hear these messages especially during these trying times. I wish the media would use these messages instead of focusing on the negatives.

  7. Samuel Michael Duncans says:

    Most of Billy and King jr’s speach brings tears to my eyes, for past twenty years now Billy is still my motivation as a young minister of God. I thank God for using them to bless me with strength from within that keeps me going.

  8. Susanette simon facey says:

    Seeing both spiritual leaders together in the same faith, having the same belief, brought tears to my eyes. And you wonder why mankind is so heartless against each other when devoted men of God continue to show them the way. But I see they’d rather live the life of the devil, the one that comes to kill, steal and destroy, the father of lies and hatred. They’d rather not have life and abundant life. But I say this- the God of the universe is a God of love, peace, joy and forgiveness. This ceremony may even be older than I am but they still speak because God is in the midst thereof. I say unity is strength and if any at all, we want to stand against the wiles of the devil. We need to stand together. The devil is our one common enemy, he is neither color.

  9. Daniel Kelly says:

    Two of the most eloquent Spiritual men of our lifetime. Sharing the message of Love, God’s love for ALL humanity. As a young boy, I would watch Rev. Graham’s crusades at home, mainly because my mom and dad watched as often as possible. We had one black and white TV, I didn’t have a choice. Thank God today for Reverends King and Graham. Their message, to Love one another just as Jesus Christ taught his followers, resonates just as powerfully today. I know God has been working his message to me personally for over 50 years. “As it was in the beginning, let it now and ever shall be, world without end. Amen, Amen” Together as one body, regardless of our exterior hue, we must continue to share the message of Love for one another.

  10. annetta Russell -Streiber says:

    I love Billy Graham have listened to him for many years and he is always right about the Bible and the world as well. Wish he was able to preach again but his son does real well .But John Hagge our on the same wave length about the world and what is going on in it .It won’t be long now .

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