As we remember another birthday of the famous man from the Old Fourth Ward in Atlanta, perhaps we should ponder as to whether Dr. King would be happy, or would he be shedding tears for the black community, like the Old Fourth Ward in Atlanta today?
Last week was the National March for Life, and potentially hundreds of thousands, not just 1,000s, gathered to be the voice of life for our unborn. The march is going on 45 years, and I believe that Dr. King would have been part of this march. Why? Put simply, Dr. King was an impeccable man of faith, and watching now, some 18 million black babies having been killed in the womb of black mothers would undoubtedly bring tears to his eyes. In that number, how many could have been the next man, or woman, from the Old Fourth Ward, a leader and a visionary, not just for the black community, but for freedom and liberty for all?
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