Myles Munroe dreamed about leadership changes before his plane crashed in the Bahamas. (Courtesy)
Before his plane went down and killed him and eight others on the way to the Bahamas, Dr. Myles Munroe had previously had a dream about leadership transitions he believed he would see in the Bahamas.
In the dream, a track and field athlete was lying in his coffin, clutching a baton. After he awoke, Munroe said he understood the message of the dream:
"It was about people dying with a baton instead of passing it on," Munroe said. "I was thinking, the young person who's supposed to lead next has to go to the casket, pry the baton out of the dead man's hand just to take it to the next leg."
He continued, "Great leaders pass [the baton] on before they die, and they live to see the other person run. Hopefully, we will get to see that in the Bahamas."
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