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A few months ago I stumbled across an article entitled “What Would Martin Luther King Jr. Tweet?” written by Alveda King, Dr. King’s niece. I’m sure that many of us remember the great speeches Dr. King gave during the Civil Rights Movement of the 1960’s. But sometimes we can forget that he was first and foremost a preacher. And we can overlook that much of his rhetorical power came from his tenure in the pulpit and immersion in God’s word. He understood that the fight for Civil Rights was tied to his eternal faith in our Lord.