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  • Happy Saviours' Day







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    Saviours’ Day: A Timeline and Brief History
    By Ashahed M. Muhammad
    Assistant Editor
    Updated Feb 21, 2008, 11:59 pm Email this article
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    The Official Saviours' Day 2008 Website
    Saviours’ Day is an annual Nation of Islam commemoration of the birth of Master Fard Muhammad, the Great Madhi of the Muslims and the Messiah, of the Christians who appeared in North America on July 4, 1930 and declared that the 400 years of bondage Blacks served in America had ended. His coming and declaration fulfills many scriptures, however, perhaps most notable is fulfillment of the promise God made to Abraham that his descendents would endure bondage in a strange land among a strange people—before God Himself would deliver Abraham’s seed and judge the nation they served. Master Fard Muhammad was born February 26, 1877 in the Holy City of Mecca.

    The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan designated Oct. 7 as Saviours’ Day to mark the birth anniversary of the Most Honorable Elijah Muhammad, who was taught by Master Fard Muhammad and labored over 40 years to resurrect the spiritually, mentally, morally and economically dead Black Man and Woman in America, and to act as a divine messenger and warner to America about the judgment rendered by God in Person.

    Min. Farrakhan announced the Rebirth of the Nation of Islam, which had been destroyed with the 1975 departure of the Hon. Elijah Muhammad, in 1981 in Chicago. (See related story this page.) In 1983, during the Saviour’s Day address in Gary, Ind., Min. Farrakhan announced that Black men and women must be the “saviours” of themselves and their communities. He also announced that the spelling of the commemoration would change to “saviours,” in the plural form to represent that responsibility.


    It was also a theme shared in his 1981 Saviour’s Day address and recounted in the booklet, “The Meaning Of F.O.I.”

    “It is written in the scriptures, ‘I will send Saviours, plural, after them.’ Who is the ‘I’?

    “The ‘I’ who is doing the sending is the one who is the Christ. He says He raises up disciples and He sends them. He is raised and, and then he becomes a sender of Saviours,” wrote Min. Farrakhan, in “The Meaning Of F.O.I.”

    Saviours’ Day has been a time for inspiration, instruction and continued focus on redeeming a nation of destroyed people. It has included insightful lectures, announcements of national programs and initiatives, strong statements in defense of Black people, oppressed groups or communities under assault, divine warnings to the United States government and American society to refrain and repent from evil, prayers for hope and healing, calls for a united front and a time to reflect on Almighty God (Allah) and the blessings bestowed upon us. The following timeline captures elements of each Saviours’ Day for the past 27 years of Min. Farrakhan’s rebuilding effort.

    1981 “Rebirth of A Nation”

    February 22, 1981, thousands joined the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan at the Auditorium Theatre in Chicago, Ill., for the first Saviour’s Day gathering since he stood to rebuild the work of the Honorable Elijah Muhammad in 1977.

    His subject for Saviour’s Day 1981 was “A Saviour is Born for the Black Man and Woman of America.” Joining him on the dais was an impressive list of Black scholars and thinkers covering the entire spectrum of Black thought in the Black liberation struggle including Lu Palmer, Haki Mahdubuti, Hannibal Afrik, Rev. Al Sampson, Howard Saffold, Renault Robinson, Prince Asiel Ben-Israel, Dr. Charles Knox, Wali Saddeek, Father George Clements and Queen Mother Moore.

    “The Nation of Islam is not an exclusive order. It is inclusive of every Black man, woman and child in America and throughout the world,” Minister Farrakhan said.

    Min. Farrakhan also announced to the

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  • God's Love

    Love Vs. Sex
    A teenage girl about 17 had gone to visit
    some friends one
    evening
    and time passed quickly as each shared
    their
    various experiences of the past year.

    She ended up staying longer than
    planned,
    and
    had to walk home alone. She wasn't
    afraid
    because it was a small town and she lived
    only
    a
    few blocks away.

    As she walked along under the tall elm
    trees,
    Diane asked God to keep her safe from
    harm
    and
    danger.

    When she reached the alley, which was a
    short
    cut to her house, she decided to take it.

    However, halfway down the alley she
    noticed
    a
    man standing at the end as though he
    were
    waiting
    for her.

    She became uneasy and began to pray,
    asking
    for
    God's protection.

    Instantly a comforting feeling of quietness
    and
    security wrapped round her, she felt as
    though
    someone was walking with her.

    When she reached the end of the alley,
    she
    walked right past the man and arrived
    home
    safely.

    The following day, she read in the
    newspaper
    that
    a young girl had been raped in the same
    alley
    just
    twenty minutes after she had been there.

    Feeling overwhelmed by this tragedy and
    the
    fact
    that it could have been her, she began to
    weep.

    Thanking the Lord for her safety and to
    help
    this
    young woman, she decided to go to the
    police
    station.

    She felt she could recognize the man, so
    she
    told
    them her story.

    The police asked her if she would be
    willing to
    look
    at a lineup to see if she could identify
    him.

    She agreed and immediately pointed out
    the
    man
    she had seen in the alley the night
    before.

    When the man was told he had been
    identified,
    he
    immediately broke down and confessed.

    The officer thanked Diane for her bravery
    and
    asked if there was anything they could do
    for
    her.

    She asked if they would ask the man one
    question.

    Diane was curious as to why he had not
    attacked
    her.

    When the policeman asked him, he
    answered, "Because she wasn't alone.
    She
    had
    two tall men walking on either side of
    her."

    Amazingly, whether you believe or not,
    you're
    never alone. Did you know that 98% of
    teenagers
    will not stand up for God?

    Repost this as Love vs. Sex if you truly
    believe
    in
    God..,


    PS: God is always there in your heart and loves you no matter what.....and if you stand up 4 him he will stand up for

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