I was in a hospital bed and the doctors told me that I could no longer live without life support and asked if I wanted to turn off the machines. I told them I was not afraid to die and to turn off the life support. I expected to immediately die and when I did not I complained that there was too much pain, I needed something to take the pain away.
I lay there for a while waiting to die but realized that I did not want to die in a hospital, so I went to the movies. I sat in a chair and waited to die and while I felt my body fading, I was still alive. I went to the restroom and it was the filthiest locker room you've ever seen, water leaking everywhere, rusted faucets, men and women together. I did not want to die in there.
I went to the beach and after walking along the sand went to my hotel that was on the second row. Standing in the parking lot with other people someone screamed and pointed to the sky. There was a giant red apartment building flying through the sky and landed in the ocean. As people screamed and cried, a large concrete hotel on the first row collapsed. I'd been near it just moments before. Then a small building that looked similar to the one I was at flew over our heads and landed with a thud. The people in the building exited like commuters at a crowded subway platform. They were safe while all around us was chaos.
Interpretation - it is the true Christian that feels like the church is dying with the world. Many congregations are old and ineffective, many are on life support. The body of Christ is not afraid of the Rapture but living in the Last Days hurts more than we expected. The movie theater and the bathrooms represent the culture wars and Christian faith trying to die in those places. The flying buildings are judgement and the tribulation to come. The small second class hotels represent the ineffective and poor church that is Raptured by the Lord.