In this final tidbit on this topic, I want to remove the mask of BLM, so you can see her real face!
From the time Dr Martin Luther King’s birthday became a national holiday in 1986, it has been a time for America to join together—both black and white--to celebrate a greater, more moral America, the Civil Rights movement, and the man who led it. The 1964 Civil rights act, and the 1965 Voting Civil Rights acts were the climax of a national movement that included not only the leadership of Dr and Reverend Martin Luther King Jr, but many others like: Reverend Ralph Abernathy, Reverend Fred Shuttlesworth, Reverend Joseph Lowery, Reverend James Bevel, Reverend Allen Johnson, Reverend Curtis W. Harris, Reverend and U.S. Representative Walter E. Fauntroy, Reverend C. T. Vivian, Reverend and U.S. Representative Andrew Young, Mayor Charles Evers, Cleveland Robinson, Randolph Blackwell, Annie Bell Robinson Devine, Reverend Charles Kenzie Steele, Reverend Alfred Daniel Williams King, Reverend Benjamin Hooks, Aaron Henry, Bayard Rustin*, Reverend Wyatt Tee Walker. This abbreviated list is further complimented with names like Rosa Parks, called the mother of the freedom movement, Irene Morgan, Sarah Louise Keys, and many others!
You will note that I took special care to highlight the ‘Reverends’ involved. The heavy Christian involvement, is yet more evidence that the Civil Rights movement was not secular, but inspired by the Holy Spirit!
Two weeks ago, on Martin Luther King’s birthday, the University of Notre Dame, a Catholic University, i.e. a Christian University, invited Opal Tometi and Patrisse Cullors, two of the three founders of the Black Lives Matter, to speak in 'honor' of Dr. King. During her remarks to commemorate Dr King, Ms Cullors said, “...the movement needs a new model of group leadership with female involvement. We don’t need a black, Christian, cis-heteronormative man to take us to the Promised Land…”
Oooops—there it is! Ms Cullors just ripped the mask off of BLM!!
First, since 1986, Dr King events have been happening all over the nation---at churches, schools, and civic halls. I wonder how many of the speakers at those events ever took the opportunity to not only insult Dr King, but much more importantly, the Civil Rights movement! You see, Dr King is not the Civil Rights movement, but represents the thousands, yea millions of blacks who suffered waiting for such a movement! For example, how about murdered activist Medgar Evers, or the Freedom Riders whose bus was bombed, or the blacks who were beaten and whipped, or who were attacked by police dogs, or had water cannons turned on them!! This does not even include Notre Dame University, who organized this honorable event, and paid the speakers, only to have BLM---disrespect them!
Yet, the greatest disrespect was not to Dr. King, the Civils Rights movement, or Notre Dame, but to God Himself!! Let’s examine Ms Cullors statement a little more closely: “Christian, cis-heteronormative man to take us to the Promised Land…”
Along with the first two tidbits, this last part in the series offers incontrovertible evidence that the Civil Rights movement was inspired by God, Himself! In spite of this, the insolent Ms Cullors purposely uses the words “Christian” and “Promised Land” to willfully, not only mock Dr King, but God, and His word! Those three words didn’t accidently plop off her lips, but represent a pre-planned agenda! As the creators, and leaders of BLM, Ms Cullors choice of words represent ‘THE’ position of Black Lives Matter AND all those who support them!!!
Furthermore, her “cis-heteronormative”** comment, along with other impudent statements like: “the movement will challenge cisnormativity, heteronormativity, patriarchy and push a “transfeminist lens”, reveals their gay agenda, i.e. their real face! Using my best sarcasm: I wonder how a Christian, who believes the Bible is the inspired word of God—can support this?!?!
Furthermore, maybe you were unaware that BLM founders Alicia Garza and Patrisse Cullors are lesbians, and the third founder, Opal Tometi, is a transgender rights advocate. If you ask what difference does that make? Then sadly, you have already missed it! The Word of God declares, “For the prophecy came not in old time by the will of man: but holy men of God spake as they were moved by the Holy Ghost” (2Pet1:21). “Holy men were moved by the Holy Spirit”!!
While it is true that God can use whomever He desires for His purposes; yet, 2Peter 1:21 specifically declares, God used ‘holy’ men to write the scriptures. The emphasis of the verse is not on gender but on “holy”; or people who are consecrated or sanctified by His cleansing power. In other words, God needs His own to accomplish His great will in the earth! Of course, on the other hand, this should also inform you of the origin of BLM.
Remember, God has already begun to send a spirit of delusion into the earth (2Thes2:11). And furthermore, there exists philosophies that directly oppose Christ (Col2:9)! The million dollar question is: what are those philosophies?
Black people ought not so easily be persuaded by someone who shouts “BLACK!” Or, by some organization’s title containing the word “BLACK!”, as though the word “BLACK” itself is a life-line! i.e. Black Panthers, Black Muslims, Black Lives Matter, Black Liberation Theology, etc. God did not design ‘blackness’ to save black people! On the contrary, “…whosoever shall call on the name of the Lord shall be saved” (Acts2:21).
BLM is not about black lives, but just another attempt to justify sexual perversion, and rebellion against God!
*Who were all part of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference
**the attitude that heterosexuality is the only normal and natural expression of sexuality
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