The Bible describes the “times of restitution of all things”. What does this mean and how will mankind benefit from this promise.
In the very beginning, God was alone! In due time He brought forth His Son – the “firstborn of every creature” – through whom the design of all creation was carried out. “For by him were all things created, that are in heaven, and that are in earth, visible and invisible. (Colossians 1:16)
“Come and See the Marvelous Works of God” as we take a trip through the Heavens viewing through the eye of the Hubble space telescope. Be inspired by the brilliant glory, and awesome immensity of the universe God created, and the prophetic reason WHY!
Job had everything a man could want. He had a wonderful family, great prosperity and a relationship with God. How would he react if these were taken away? This video examines the story of Job and shares insightful lessons on living a life of faith no matter what our external experiences might be.
The ransom has been called the hub on which all of God’s promises depend. It is the core doctrine of the Bible. This video explains the meaning of the ransom and the impact it will have on the human race.
George Frideric Handel’s musical masterpiece MESSIAH, illustrated with beautiful motion pictures and short narrative between the songs to tell the Biblical story behind the music. This presentation emphasizes the purpose of Jesus’ life, death and resurrection. Features The Academy of Ancient Music, Christopher Hogwood conductor, and the Smithsonian Chamber Players.
“Wilt thou go with this man” was asked of Rebecca as Abraham’s servant searched for a bride for his son Isaac. She would have to decide simply by the description she was given and God’s promise associated with Isaac. This story illustrated a greater invitation, offered centuries later, to become the bride of Christ.
Through the prophet Daniel we have been given some amazing prophecies that are being fulfilled in our very day. His intense desire to understand the words he was given should help us appreciate their importance. As their fulfillment becomes known we can have a strong connection to the great prophet who was used by God.
The sin-offering is a beautiful Biblical teaching. It explains not only why Jesus died but why he suffered, both mentally and physically. Watch this video to see the depth our Lord’s sacrifice and the wonderful benefits that will come to mankind in his kingdom.
The Bible describes the “times of restitution of all things.” What does this mean and how will mankind benefit from this promise? The answer reflects the wisdom and love of God.