A Biblical Look at Martin Luther King’s Dream


On August 28, 1963, from the steps of the Lincoln Memorial, Dr. King delivered what is consider by many, the most powerful and beautiful speech in the history of the United States, the “I Have a Dream Speech”. As I prepare for this article, I decided to listen to Dr. King’s famous speech once again. I went online searching for this video and found many. I also found a disturbing note attached to one of these videos that reads: “Comments disabled since many of them were hateful and racist…” “Where did the dream go? Are we fighting an uphill battle? Would that dream ever become a reality?”

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For years we look at civil right leaders and politicians to pass laws and new policies to address and resolve the painful issue of racism.  The civil right movement was powerful enough to influence the politicians in our nation and force them to change laws, implement policies, establish rights, expand opportunities and fight for equality.  They have indeed done a remarkable job! However, it is evident that racism continues to be a very sensitive topic in this country, judging by the reaction that insensitive racial comments provoke in our society.

On August 28, 1963, from the steps of the Lincoln Memorial, Dr. King delivered what is consider by many, the most powerful and beautiful speech in the history of the United States, the  “I Have a Dream Speech”. As I prepare for this article, I decided to listen to Dr. King’s famous speech once again. I went online searching for…

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