King Martin Luther and Jesus Peace on which he stood

The fiftieth anniversary of Dr. King's death has its legacy as high as ever. Throughout his lifetime, he preached the redemptive message: "Freedom of liberty".

What seems to be the most beautiful feature of Martin Luther King's Jesus-like approach to justice, the basis of which is love for peace. Here we can read: "We must always continue our struggle at a high level of dignity and discipline, let us not allow our creative protest to degenerate into physical violence, and again and again we must endure the majestic body's power with the power of the soul."

Here Dr. King quotes how imaginable and possible to fight for something without fighting.

Dr. King gave his life to conviction by nonviolent action – creative disagreement. Jesus' faith was faith-based. He was a practitioner of Christ who won the justice of love, based on the satisfaction of sustainable peace. Each side of the political spectrum has been forced by violence, always despised peace, including the human fear that underpins it. He has worked tirelessly for an ideal that has become reality in many ways – even though the fight against clear equality can never really be won. Dr. King believed incredibly the gentle sovereignty of the soulmate that overcomes her. [66] Martin Luther King was not only gifted in the heart of peace and justice, but with the words gracefully devoted to him. Oh, what a great rumor! And the heart of peace and justice was an essential part of his speech.

Perhaps all the things Dr. King did was like Jesus was to question us; to inspire us through our own visceral responses to resolve our anger and work on true love, which is spiritual acceptance peace Today, Dr. King will be in the nineteenth year, yet the world has lost its style of Jesus more than half the time before. In any case, we need more leaders in royal mold who are ready to look for the best of their own, relying on their own interests.

So, sir, I thank King King of Dr King for standing for Jesus and his rich legacy that continues to this day. Can you raise people in our time and in the ages to come, how would the dr. King? I pray for Jesus' incredible peace teaching and peace in his name. Amen.

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