The so-called men of God of today continue to astound and surprise us. This is due to their proclivity for committing unexpected behaviors. For example, Pastor Bartholomew Orr of the Brown Missionary Baptist Church in Southaven, Mississippi, in the United States of America (USA). As a consequence of a social media video in which he was seen beginning his sermon while dangling under the vault of the church, he became well-known to the rest of the world.
When it came to performing miracles, such as the ascension of Jesus Christ to heaven after his resurrection, the results were exactly the same as those produced by the Film industry. Wires linked to a winch suspended beneath the vault of the church were used to suspend the man of God. He went on to say that the goal of this theatrical performance was to illustrate the unexpected nature of Jesus Christ's Second Coming.
Before going onto the stage to resume his lecture, Bartholomew Orr delivered his sermon in the air. He earned the nickname "flying preacher" as a result of his accomplishment. Despite the backlash, Orr expressed gratitude for the stunt's contribution to "spreading the gospel."
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