In honor of MLK Jr. day, I’m posting a sermon on Loving Your Enemies from November 17, 1957. As you will note when you read the first paragraph, MLK liked to preach on this topic at least once a year. I will try to post an MLK speech each year on this holiday (as long as this blog is live). Enjoy & reflect!
Loving Your Enemies
November 17 1957 [...]
A sad soul can kill you quicker, far quicker, than a germ –Steinbeck
First, I want to wish all of you out there in the blogosphere a VERY happy New Year!
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I’m a sucker for summer reading lists (or any reading list). A lot of the lists overwhelm me, however, because they list so many books at one time and I feel like I want to check them out all at once. So, I’m just going to list a few that I’m actually reading at the moment.
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