God is sovereign over all the Earth

2013-03-29T17:15:00Z God is sovereign over all the Earth nwitimes.com
March 29, 2013 5:15 pm

We see God’s actions only from the limited vantage point of human beings. The wicked might triumph for a season, but the final, eternal victory belongs to Christ and His followers.

In the Old Testament, Solomon was the wisest man who ever walked the Earth. He walked with God. God created everything, but Solomon found out life is utterly futile without a savior.

Some people prefer to follow traditions of men and be publicly correct rather than put their trust in the Word of God. True Bible believers know that inspirations and preservation are inseparable in biblical interpretations. This has been proven by discoveries made throughout several generations of archaeologists and others.

Jesus Christ lives in the heart of all believers. Eternal life is result of Jesus’ death, a gift from the one and only God. It is up to you to not be a loser!

- Nancy Mills, Hammond

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