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A Knock at Midnight by Martin Luther King, Jr.

A Knock at Midnight

by Martin Luther King, Jr.


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Running Time
40 Min.
Martin Luther King, Jr.'s "A Knock at Midnight" sermon was delivered on June 11, 1967. It is one of his most famous sermons where he relates the parable Jesus told of a man who knocks at midnight for three loaves of bread. Dr. King extends the meaning of "midnight" to regard his time in 1967 as midnight in the social order, the psychological order, and the spiritual order. He encourages the church to offer "bread" to those in need both in a real sense and in a spiritual sense. It's a powerful sermon delivered 50 years ago, but still very relevant today. It is available on streaming audio from the King Institute and on streaming video from YouTube.

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