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The Life of Job: A Lesson on the Absolute Sovereignty of God in Every Persons Life

Posted on January 24, 2018 in Theology by

God cannot be in control of some things. He can’t be in control and sovereign over nature, except when hurricanes happen. He can’t be in control and sovereign over wild life, except when they attack children. And God can’t be in control and sovereign over conception (Hosea 9:11-14) and the death (Job 14:5) of humans, but nothing in between. Are we really about to admit that it is God that determines when a person is born, and when that person dies, but He has no sovereignty over any action in the life of that person? This would be a disastrous and patently unbiblical conclusion.

This Video is the Cutest Telling of The Christmas Story Ever

Posted on December 23, 2016 in Theology by

The heart-warming video has gained quite a few views this Christmas season. Once you watch it, you’ll know why.

The Southland Christian Church in Kentucky asked their kids about the Christmas story and then created a video using their answers. The adorable and charming result speaks for itself. But it also proves that kids know a lot more about Christmas than we give them credit. And, that we should diligently teach the biblical Christmas narrative to our kids.

Watch the video below and enjoy the story of Mary and Joseph as told by some cute little kids.

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