Wisdom Through the Grace of God

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  1. […] via Wisdom Through the Grace of God — Susan Irene Fox […]

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  2. Reblogged this on osarobohenry.

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  3. This is awesome Susan. Really ”we must continue to fight the enemy with weapons he does not understand: faith, hope and love”. Very powerful comment. May the Lord help us all in our weaknesses. May you be highly favored in the name of Jesus Christ. Happy Sunday to you and yours.

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    1. And you, Henry.
      Stay hopeful, my brother.

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  4. Brilliant Susan. Absolutely brilliant. Thank you.

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  5. Wowza! So powerful. We must share our faith!

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    1. Absolutely, Andy.

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  6. Wow! What a powerful speech! So needed right now. Martin Luther King is one of my heroes of the faith, an embodiment of authentic Christianity. Robert Kennedy’s speech was perfect, as the video title suggests. And we cannot afford to just resign ourselves to the evils of this world and simply wait for Jesus’ return. Jesus sent US to make a difference now, in the world we currently live in. This is truly following Christ.

    Both Martin Luther King and Robert Kennedy (in Indianapolis, especially) have proven that you can change outcomes and make a difference. They truly “did not love their lives to the death” (Rev.12:11).

    I would like to re-blog this (in a day or two, if you don’t mind. 🙂 Thanks for sharing this video. How appropriate for the times we’re living in.

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    1. I remember the days, Mel, of both assassinations. I was in community college at the time. It was a highly diverse campus, and both days we walked around in stunned silence.

      Watching this speech brought back memories of that time, and of how many of us worked for peace during that time.

      You’re so right:” Jesus sent US to make a difference now, in the world we currently live in. This is truly following Christ.” We must love as He loved with the passion and courage with which He loved.

      Please reblog as the Spirit moves.

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  7. The True Light! · ·

    This is a wonderful ideology Sue and I wish it was practiced by all people of every color and creed. But the world is filled with hatred by the evil one, and they act upon that. But in the very end, when every knee bows, and every tongue confesses the Lord, only then will complete justice and freedom from evil exist…

    Steve

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    1. This is true, Steve, and yet…
      We cannot give up hope, we cannot abandon our mission of restoration through grace, we cannot turn our backs on our calling.

      We must continue to fight the enemy with weapons he does not understand: faith, hope and love – and the greatest of these is love.

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