Who Is Your Assassin?

The National Civil Rights Museum has an extension across the street where you can view the probable position of Martin Luther King, Jr.’s assassin.

Here, you can visualize James Earl Ray deliberately and methodically setting up his gun to take down the civil rights leader who had a “dream” that would change the world.

Before a word is spoken, a dream or vision must inspire the words. Satan's snipers are on staff to knock off dreamers. 

Most of us have experienced these plots by the schemer. Our hopes may get picked off by a sharp word, a discouraging and even subtle comment or from full-force opposition by an enemy.

It is imperative that our dreams be as strong as the hatred that pulls triggers.

PORTAL TO HEAVEN: Each person has been given a race to run. In King’s case, he completed his race on race. It was not snuffed out by an assassin. His dream lives on in hearts…who would do well to protect it.

You killed the author of life, but God raised him from the dead. We are witnesses of this. Acts 3:15

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