One Little Word: Pray

“Prayer is hunger and thirst. Prayer is our demand on life, elevated, purified, and aware of a Divine Alliance.”
― Harry Emerson Fosdick, The Meaning of Prayer

On this day set aside to remember the contributions of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., I reflect on his prayers for a better world.

May the prayers of Dr. King also be our prayers for our world and all its people. To be used for God’s purposes – purposes greater than ourselves -is the greatest hope of all.

On this day, we are all among King’s children, and we are all children of The King.

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