Martin Luther King Jr., Holiday Thoughts

One famous quote of Martin Luther King Jr., is “I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin, but by the content of their character.
I could not agree more with the quote. I would like to apply this to the kingdom of God. Martin Luther King, Jr., was driven to remove laws that kept our country separated from racial discrimination and Jesus was driven to fulfill the law that separated His children from access into the kingdom of God.
Our inheritance as God’s children entitles us to an entrance into the kingdom of God. No longer are we separated by race, nationality or languages. Regardless of the labels we have applied and our interpretation of the Scripture we are granted access through the door, which is Christ Jesus! ┬áIn my lifetime I have been blessed to witness the church that Jesus is building continue to move forward. She has left behind denominational labels such as Baptist, Pentecostal, Methodist and Catholic. She walked through the non-denominational churches. In maturity, she sees herself as a person rather than a building and a book. Now she is being awakened by a call from Her Bridegroom. He hid her in a religion until the time she could only see Jesus, her Bridegroom. Now just as MartIn Luther King, Jr., dreamed of the the day when we would be judged by our character, we are being judged by our love for Him. We desire the Christ in us to take us beyond our religion into the perfect law of liberty. This is where the church, His bride, is walking today.