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Preparing for the Rapture: What have you left behind?

In the midst of Sunday's powerful service, Dr. GreGory's voice resonated, not only captivating the ears but also sitrring the soul. With a testimony that transcended earthly comprehension, Pastor shared his expereience of visiting a celestial realm.

"I've visited a Heavenly Place," Dr. Gregory's words echoed with both awe and certainty. "God is coming back," his declaration reverberated. Dr. GreGory's voice carried a weighty message - it wasn't about preparing for an eventually, but a resounding proclamation of Christ's soon return. It was call to search our vessels for old wine, empyting ourselves completely of anything that does not align with God's word for new vessles.

As the testimony unfolded, Dr. GreGory delved into the societal landscape, a reflection of the spiritual condition of the times we live in. There's a lament for the loss of true worship, buried beneath layers of vanity and superficiality.

Dr. GreGory shared that when the rapture happens, it will be so sudden that initially, we may not even realize it has occurred until we begin to perceive our new bodies and recognize our presence there. He elaborated on how those left behind will likely turn to the social media profiles of those who ascended with Christ, searching for clues about what led to their rapture. He prompted us to reflect on what we are leaving behind on our social media pages, asking what message our digital footprint conveys to others about our relationship with God.

The messages concluded in a compelling call to action, urging us to embrace unwavering trust in God, surrendering control and yielding to Christ's guidance in every aspect of our lives. It served as a poignant reminder that amidst life's tumultuous moments, releasing our grip and entrusting our paths to God's wisdom leads us into His perfect will.

Psalms 51:10-12 American Standard Version

"Create in me a clean heart, O God; And renew a right spirit within me. Cast me not away from thy presence; And take not thy holy Spirit from me. Restore unto me the joy of thy salvation; And uphold me with a willing spirit".

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