|Twentieth Century Civil Rights’ Activist|
O God,…we thank Thee for Thy Church, founded upon Thy Word, that challenges us to do more than sing and pray, but go out and work as though the very answer to our prayers depended on us and not upon Thee… Help us to realize that man was created to shine like the stars and live on through all eternity. Keep us, we pray, in perfect peace, help us to walk together, pray together, sing together, and live together until that day when all God’s children, Black, White, Red, and Yellow, will rejoice in one common band of humanity in the kingdom of our Lord and of our God, we pray. Amen.
Bibliography: Beliefnet. “Prayers from African Americans in History.” Beliefnet, December 20, 2019. https://www.beliefnet.com/faiths/prayer/2009/01/prayers-from-african-americans-in-history.aspx.