- A video of a preacher dropping from the skies in an auditorium has caused a stir on social media
The man of God appeared to have had some form of invisible rope supporting him while descending
It appeared many of the pastor's church members were in awe as they saw their pastor dropping from the skies
A new video making rounds on social media has shown a preacher descending from the skies while arriving into a packed auditorium of congregants to preach.
The video sighted by YEN.com.gh saw the pastor dropping from the roofing area with the help of invisible ropes from which he was hanging.
It is yet to be known why he decided to make such a grand entry but one thing is for sure that the congregants would be awed by the move.
While descending, the pastor was heard preaching about the second coming of Jesus Christ.
Judging from the move and the line of preaching, one could clearly decipher that the pastor was trying to stage how Jesus's second coming would look like.
The unexpected sight had some of the congregants gasping for air over the surprise entry of their pastor as they heard his voice but could not see where it was coming from.
There were some cheers also heard in the crowd as the preacher was seen dropping from the skies.
In another report, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that a video that is currently going viral has shown a young man pushing a wheelbarrow on a major road and even joining and obeying traffic regulations.
The video sighted by YEN.com.gh showed the young man very busy while in the traffic and was seen not doing any overtaking.
One would wonder why the young man would choose to push his wheelbarrow on the major road and even stay in traffic when he can push it freely on the ears of the road.
The man had what looked like a shovel or pick-axe in his wheelbarrow as he religiously followed the traffic regulations on the road as if he was driving a car.
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