|VFNRadio made the above image based on what the Lord was making prophetically known|
September 15, 2012
Redigging the Wells
|Paul & Susan Davidson
father for his generation.
Out of Southern Black Churches in the 1950’s and 60’s a movement emerged from Spirit filled prayer, worship, and Biblical preaching which overcame forces of injustice and unrighteousness. In Birmingham, God used the courage of Fred Shuttlesworth to inspire a movement to transform a city, that transformed a nation, that transformed the world. A well of justice was dug in Birmingham during the spring of 1963 which led to the March on Washington and Martin Luther King, Jr’s, “I Have a Dream Speech” that summer.
But the euphoria of 1963 was shattered when a KKK bomb in Birmingham killed four girls on Sunday morning, September 15, at the 16th Street Baptist Church. The next morning, attorney Charles Morgan addressed a gathering of businessmen and squarely laid the blame for the murders at the feet of every silent citizen in Birmingham. His remarks were carried around the nation. “Some say Birmingham is a dying city. Birmingham is not dying. Birmingham is dead.” Birmingham’s well of justice was corked.
On October 5, 2011, at age 89, Fred Shuttlesworth joined the cloud of witnesses in heaven. A man the Klan couldn’t kill lived to see the surviving bombers brought to justice. Birmingham is in a new era. But forces of violence and injustice are still here in old and new forms. It is up us, the crowd of witnesses, to pull down a New Birmingham by unified corporate prayer, fasting, and worship in Jesus name. MORE
United Prayer in Pensacola
Greg is led by the Lord to stand in the gap and repent for racial profiling of African American’s by law enforcement August 26, 2000, Pensacola, Florida
Also the same day, later Greg found out that Martin Luther King Jr. III was protesting racial profiling in America a that very same time.
Here is the article and transcripts from Martin Luther King Jr. III speech. TRANSCRIPTS
|Marching Against Racial Profiling August 26, 2000, TRANSCRIPTS|
|Martin Luther King III|