Reverend William Barber Speaks at the Democratic National Convention

Rev. Barber took DNC folks to CHURCH.

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16 Responses to Reverend William Barber Speaks at the Democratic National Convention

  1. #KhizrKhan to Trump: Let me ask you, have you even read the U.S. Constitution? I will gladly lend you my copy.
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    *BOOM*! David slayed Goliath

    Praise break

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  4. Liza says:

    I love Reverend Barber. He’s my kind of southern preacher. It’s good to see him getting national recognition at the convention.

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  12. Rev. William Barber: Jesus was “a brown skinned Palestinian Jew.”

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  13. rikyrah says:

    Patton Oswalt Verified account @pattonoswalt
    I’m an atheist and I’d go to Rev. William Barber’s church in a second. Just to get levitated by his voice. #DemsInPhilly

    Rev. Dr. Barber @RevDrBarber Rev. Dr. Barber
    @PattonOswalt You are welcome any Sunday and you can come to the house after for dinner.

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  14. yahtzeebutterfly says:

    Rev. William Barber:

    In this season when some want to harden and stop the heart of our democracy, we are being called like our foremothers and fathers to be the moral defibrillator of our time. We must shock this nation with the power of love. We must shock this nation with the power of mercy. We must shock this nation and fight for justice for justice for all. We can’t give up on the heart of our democracy. Not now. Not ever.

    And so I stop by here tonight to ask – Is there a heart in this house? Is there a heart in America? Is there somebody that has a heart for the poor? and a heart for the vulnerable? Then stand up. Vote together. Organize together. Fight for the heart of this nation. And, while your fighting, sing that old hymn:
    “Revive us again.
    Fill each heart with Thy love
    May each soul be rekindled with fire from above.
    Hallelujah, Thine the glory.

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