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This week we celebrate the birth of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.  Before he won a Nobel Peace Prize and led a world-changing movement for civil rights, Dr. King said to his congregation at Dexter Avenue Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama, on January 1, 1956:  “There is no better way to begin this year than with the conviction that there is a God of Power who is able to do exceedingly abundantly in our lives and the life of the universe…The God that we worship is not a weak God.  He is not an incompetent God and consequently, he is able to beat back gigantic mountains of opposition and to bring low prodigious hilltops of evil.  The ringing cry of the Christian faith is that our God is able.”

As we step deeper into our roles in the movement to advance the kingdom, remember Dr. King’s words.  Worship is an act, a lifestyle, that reminds us and tells others we believe that GOD IS ABLE!




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