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The Perfect 100

Dr. Gregory's sermon this week resonated like a thunderclap, he didn't just preach about reaching for the stars; he painted a vivid picture of the pursuit of excellence in God, not as a numerical mark, but as a transformative quest for wholeness.

The scriptures whisper, "Thou lackest one thing," reminding us that 99 and a half just won't cut it. It's a challenge to go beyond the surface, to dig deep into the well of our being and transcend the visible. 

As Dr. Gregory so eloquently declared, the pursuit of excellence in God isn't a solo endeavor, we are servants of God who should prefer one another. In the words of 1 Timothy 6:7-10, "For we brought nothing into the world, and we can take nothing out of it. But if we have food and clothing, with these we will be content." This call for contentment reminds us that true wealth lies not in material possessions, but in the richness of our spiritual and personal connections.

When we transcend the walls of division and build bridges of understanding, this call for excellence comes with a crucial caveat: our attitude matters. In his plea for unity, Dr. GreGory also called us to shed the skin of prejudice that separates us. The state of our hearts, the whispers of our inner selves, they're all laid bare. "99 and a half won't get it," Dr. GreGory's voice mourned.  "This is Holy Ground, there's no color in heaven."

This pursuit even touches the practical, shaping the way we give and receive. There's a revelation in tithing and offering, a call to trust in divine timing and understand that our generosity reflects the depth of our hearts. Our giving shouldn't be driven by self-interest, but by a genuine desire to share our bounty.

"In three years, I won't have to worry about money" was the declaration Dr. GreGory proclaimed over us. And within this promise, he reminded us that the achievement of this prophecy means living a disciplined life. Nurturing a generous heart, sowing the seeds of generosity, that will yield an abundant harvest in due time.

In three years, the true reward lies not in the destination, but in the joy of becoming the best versions of ourselves. Being spiritually, morally, and practically whole. Let us take Dr. Gregory's powerful message to heart and join the chase for the perfect 100. Not just with our actions, but with our hearts, our souls, and every fiber of our being. 

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If you apply Dr. Gregory’s sermon to heart, reread “The Perfect 100. With that in mind, how could you not set another plate?


Indeed that was a powerful message; one that I will view and listen to often. I am so grateful for our God and our obedient leadership. Amen Amen!


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Dec 19, 2023

That was a powerful message🙌Jesus spoke and walked among us on Sunday🔥I'm so glad to be apart of a Holy church with anointed leadership that lead by example💋🥰

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