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The Truth Must Be Told

“I ain’t got no heart to go and see the sufferings of my people played on the stage. I’ve heard ‘Uncle Tom’s Cabin’ read, and I tell you Mrs. Stowe’s pen hasn’t begun to paint what slavery is as I have seen it at the far South. I’ve seen the real thing, and I don’t want to see it on no stage or in no theater.” — Harriett Tubman

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Rosa Parks

On December 1, 1955, Rosa Parks boarded a bus in Montgomery, Alabama. Instead of going to the back of the bus, which was designated for African Americans, she sat in the front. When the bus started to fill up with white passengers, the bus driver asked Parks to move. She refused. Her resistance set in motion one of the largest social movements in history, the Montgomery Bus Boycott.

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What Not to Do with God’s Word

“If any man shall add unto these things, God shall add unto him the plagues that are written in this book. If any man shall take away from the words of the book of prophecy, God shall take away his part out of the book of life…” (Revelation 22:18-19)

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Relief Does Not Spell Forsaken

When you experience tribulations, do you allow them to cause you to forsake attending worship service and Bible study? Somehow, Satan has convinced many that the way to spell relief from their dark days of troubles is to leave the church with a “Vacancy” sign in their usual seat. Hebrews 10:25 tells us we are not to forsake worship assembling.

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America’s First Memorial to its 4,400 Lynching Victims

A sister-in-Christ Patricia Thomas and I spent three days last year visiting two new museums in my hometown Montgomery, AL. The Legacy Musuem, and The Lynching Memorial Musuem built on Caroline Street where I lived with my mother and siblings part of my childhood.

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