Dr. King’s final Sunday sermon was given on March 31, 1968 at The Cathedral Church of St. Peter and St. Paul in the City and Diocese at Washington — commonly known as the Washington National Cathedral.
In this sermon, he speaks from the Book of Revelation, chapter 16 & 21:4-5.
He also addresses people’s criticism of him pushing too much change too fast, and discusses his planned poor people’s campaign as well.
If you want further insight, check our book recommendations:
- King and the Other America
- Uncertain Resurrection: Dr. King’s Poor Peoples’ Campaign, Washington 1968