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Happy Birthday to my Father, Teacher, Boss and Pastor... Thank you Sir, for your special love for me, my family and the brethren of CE kubwa 2 Group... You're an inspiration to the body of Christ. I love you so dearly Sir!!! #PDF15O7  #myPDFimpact #ceaz #cekubwa2group

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KINGING ALIVE "God never takes anybody away by death. The only people He took away from this world, He took them alive." -Pastor Chris IN TODAY'S RHAPSODY of July 15th, Our Man of God, Pastor Chris, speaks about our translation. We read that: The Bible lets us know that death is an enemy, and refers to it as the last enemy that shall be destroyed. However, it’s already been defeated as the scriptures show us. God never takes anybody away by death. The only people He took away from this world, He took them alive. Enoch, the Bible says, walked with God and suddenly, he was taken away from the earth by the Spirit of God—alive into heaven (Genesis 5:24). Elijah was also taken away alive (read 2 Kings 2:11). What about Jesus? He too was taken away alive! And for those who believe in Him, they’re going to be taken away alive. Hallelujah! 1 Thessalonians 4:16-17 says, “For the Lord himself will descend from heaven with a shout, with the voice of an archangel, and with the trumpet of God: and the dead in Christ shall rise first: Then we who are alive and remain shall be caught up together with them in the clouds, to meet the Lord in the air: and so shall we ever be with the Lord.” This is how God “takes away”; it’s not by death. It’s called a translation. Moreover, those whom God took away knew ahead of time. Enoch, the Bible says, before his translation, had the testimony that he pleased God. Elijah knew he was to be taken away and he discussed it with Elisha (2 Kings 2:9-11). The Lord Jesus was in a meeting with His disciples, after discussing with them, He levitated (Acts 1:9). He had told them He was going to leave that way. For the rest of us, we’ll have the same witness in our spirits that our departure is very close, so much so, we’ll be talking about it. There’ll be an urgency in the spirit and we’ll preach the Gospel with greater fervency, compelling men to believe in Jesus Christ. While we’re at it, suddenly, the trumpet will sound, and we’ll all be taken out of this world. Praise God! Hallelujah! #KINGINGwithPastorUyi FOLLOW THIS SUPERUSER ACCOUNT

Thank you so much Dear Pastor, I love you so dearly. I will never forget your liquid love towards me those years, you are truly a Christian. Thank you for inspiring more of God in me and for the special Care you gave me. Happy, most electrifying thanksgiving birthday to you.

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