Thursday, October 29"And because I tell you the truth, ye believe me not."

Food For Thought – Was Martin Luther King Jr. Our Moses?

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  • King_Kerr

    Powerful. I personally believe he was speaking of a literal vision. Listened to the whole speech over and over late last year and I’m convinced. Everything about about the way he closed had a certain finality to it. Almost as if he had accepted what would be his fate, hence the “longevity has its place” line. Been meaning to watch the “King In The Wilderness” documentary to see if there’s more light shed on the circumstances surrounding this speech. Here’s the trailer in case anyone was interested:

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