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HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO OUR KING – PAYING TRIBUTE TO DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING , JR.

Stone of Hope, Memorial to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
@
National Mall in Washington, D.C.

Frequently people think compassion and love are merely sentimental. No! They are very demanding. If you are going to be compassionate, be prepared for action.
Archbishop Desmond Tutu, Nobel Peace Prize Winner (born 1931)

LET US NOT LOVE IN WORD OR IN TONGUE,
BUT IN DEED AND IN TRUTH.


1 JOHN 3:18
DR. KING WAS AN AMAZING HUMAN BEING, HE WAS WITTY, COMPASSIONATE, AN ORATOR LIKE NO OTHER, A TRAILBLAZER, ANOINTED, INSPIRED, UNAFRAID, CALLED, CHOSEN, A MOVER & A SHAKER, OUR BELOVED, AN AMBASSADOR, A BIBLICAL SCHOLAR, PASTOR, LOVING FATHER, HUSBAND, A PEACEMAKER AND A FRIEND OF GOD – WHO WILL FOREVER BE REMEMBERED!

“WE LOVE YOU DR. KING!”


Date of birth:
January 15, 1929 



Place of birth:
Atlanta, Georgia, United States



Date of death:
April 4, 1968 (age 39)
Place of death:
Memphis, Tennessee, United States



Movement:

African-American Civil Rights Movement and Peace Movement



Major Organizations:

Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC)



Notable Prizes:

Nobel Peace Prize (1964) Presidential Medal of Freedom (1977, posthumous)



Congressional Gold Medal (2004, posthumous)



Major Monuments:

Martin Luther King, Jr. National Memorial 



Alma Mater:

Morehouse College


Crozer Theological Seminary

Boston University


Religion:

Baptist



Influences:
Jesus Christ, Abraham Lincoln, Theodor Herzl, Mahatma Gandhi, Benjamin Mays, Rosa Parks, Bayard Rustin, Henry David Thoreau, Howard Thurman, Leo Tolstoy


Influenced:

Albert Lutuli, Jesse Jackson, Al Sharpton

reference: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Martin_Luther_King,_Jr.

Dr. King’s  Historic “I Have A Dream” Speech


Stevie Wonder singing “Happy Birthday” to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Written With Great Admiration by
Linda Mose Meadows,
Motivational Speaker & Inspirational Author of:                                                                                            The Blessedness of Believing 
A Devotional Journey of Life’s and God’s Promises                       http://www.blessednessofbelieving.blogspot.com/ https://blessedauthorlm.wordpress.com/  
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HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO OUR KING – PAYING TRIBUTE TO DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING , JR.

Stone of  Hope, Memorial to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

@

National  Mall in Washington,D.C.

HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO OUR KING – PAYING TRIBUTE TO DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING , JR.
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

LET US NOT LOVE IN WORD OR IN TONGUE,
BUT IN DEED AND IN TRUTH.
1 JOHN 3:18

 
Frequently people think compassion and love are merely sentimental. No! They are very demanding. If you are going to be compassionate, be prepared for action.
Archbishop Desmond Tutu Nobel Peace Prize Winner  (born 1931)
 

DR. KING WAS AN AMAZING HUMAN BEING, HE WAS WITTY, COMPASSIONATE, AN ORATOR LIKE NO OTHER, A TRAILBLAZER, ANOINTED, INSPIRED, UNAFRAID, CALLED, CHOSEN, A MOVER & A SHAKER, OUR BELOVED, AN AMBASSADOR, A BIBLICAL SCHOLAR, PASTOR, LOVING FATHER, HUSBAND, A PEACEMAKER AND A FRIEND OF GOD – WHO WILL FOREVER BE REMEMBERED!
“WE LOVE YOU DR. KING!”

Date of birth:
January 15, 1929(1929-01-15)
Place of birth:
Atlanta, Georgia, United States
Date of death:
April 4, 1968 (aged 39)
Place of death:
Memphis, Tennessee, United States
Movement:
African-American Civil Rights Movement and Peace movement
Major organizations:
Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC)
Notable prizes:
Nobel Peace Prize (1964)Presidential Medal of Freedom (1977, posthumous)Congressional Gold Medal (2004, posthumous)
Major monuments:
Martin Luther King, Jr. National Memorial (planned)
Alma mater:
Morehouse CollegeCrozer Theological SeminaryBoston University
Religion:
Baptist
Influences
Jesus Christ, Abraham Lincoln, Theodor Herzl, Mahatma Gandhi, Benjamin Mays, Rosa Parks, Bayard Rustin, Henry David Thoreau, Howard Thurman, Leo Tolstoy
Influenced
Albert Lutuli, Jesse Jackson, Al Sharpton
reference: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Martin_Luther_King,_Jr.

Dr. King’s “I Have A Dream” Speech

Stevie Wonder singing Happy Birthday to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

With Great Admiration,
Linda Mose Meadows, author
The Blessedness of Believing
A Devotional Journey of Life’s and God’s Promises
http://www.blessednessofbelieving.blogspot.com/
https://blessedauthorlm.wordpress.com/  http://eyesoffaithmagazine.blogspot.com/

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