We’re told in scripture that we’re to “imitate those who through faith and patience inherit the promises.” In this journey of being reminded to turn back to our First Love and encouraged to be able to walk in love (Agape) towards God and others, I’m sure you have felt personally challenged. You may be struggling with the fact of how you could love your enemy that you presently have, because they’ve done so much wrong to you. That’s where this important message came from. We have poured much time and resources into this message to look at one who has gone before us who had so many enemies you couldn’t count them including the United States Government, the Federal Bureau of Investigations, his neighbor, and entire parts of his country all because of “who he was” and for “how and why he stood” for what is right. This is a message about Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. an American citizen who decided to stand up for what is right, to speak what is right, to not allow evil to just have its way over the people, over certain parts of the American people. He understood the winning strategy, that it had to be done in love (Agape). You don’t want to miss this message as it’s a key part to show us what we need to do, how we need to stand and how we need to love our enemies in the difficult journey that is ahead for all those who stand up for righteousness.