It’s amazing how quickly even Christians blame God when things go wrong in our lives, even the question ‘Why me God’ points an accusing finger at our Father in heaven.
‘The love of God never fails; it will never come to an end. Prophecies will fail, speaking in unknown tongues will cease and the gift of knowledge shall vanish away.’ but ‘God’s love will never fail.’ 1st Corinthians 13: 4-7
The cross as you have never seen it before, inspired by God’s word and poduced by David Robinson
It may be empty since its last victim but it still whispers to every nation and in every tongue, ‘Come unto me’ pointing to ‘Christ the way the truth and the life for no man comes to the Father except through him’ John 14:6
There is no saviour here to adorn its boughs with glory, but there is an image of what a man would be without a Fathers love and a saviours sacrifice
The moment when death died and its last victim purchased eternal life for all who would put their truth in Christ’s blood bought salvation we can shout:
Thanks be to God, ‘I am crucified with Christ: nevertheless I live; yet not I, but Christ lives in me: and the life which I now live in the flesh I live by the faith of the Son of God, who loved me, and gave himself for me’ Galatians 2:20
Why do audiences love Hamilton so much? Why do people pay thousands of dollars for tickets? Why do nearly a hundred thousand people line up in the digital lotteries each time new tickets go on sale? What is it about this musical that connects so deeply with people?
We recently came across the following story and thought that it simply and effectively communicated a profound message. We hope you’ll have a read and find it useful.