the criminals you don’t see coming

Serial killers blend in with their focused prey demographics.  No one would expect such a person to attend our churches, and be active in ministries. These killers give off a attitude of trustworthiness and when they don’t, they seem emotionally stoic. Should we anticipate issues when facing emotionless power?  If you ask a widow or widower, if they wish time could indeed stand still – they’ll say emphatically – yes I wish it could. Serial killer seem normal and when they are predictable, they become a threat to our families and children.  Imagine being aware of approaching danger meant the sudden death of a loved one was preventable.  Would you save someone from death if you could? Would you prevent the damage of a sexual crime from endangering families and friends? A serial killer preys on his type and then finds a way to not get caught when their pray is left for dead. If you tell the prey that they are endangered as a preventive measure, can you prevent a killer from succeeding by killing someone else? The people who can change the world are the ones who could pick out the criminals you don’t see coming.

call to action:   I often attempt to create the ideal and use it to believe people I cannot identify by name will probably avoid killing me because the criminals you don’t see coming believe the lies they tell about the death they caused. What would you do if you could foresee your own death? Would avoid the event or go to prevent the death of someone you love? Could you die for the one you love because most people can’t? Is death a choice or a spiritual war because until you see danger, it doesn’t exist.

About calls to action

This blog was set up as proof of the personal spiritual nature of my marriage and foundational couple beliefs. It is in no way connected to the nonprofit that follow the beginnings of this page. My calls to action are designed to clarify my husband's ministry focuses as a humanitarian.
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