The first video I feel like would capture the hearts of the youth.
However the second video “God with us” is a call to the troops.
It grasps the very concept of Christ’s birth and paints an amazing mental view.
I’ve sorely enjoyed them both.
Keep up the good work.
A very “modern” style presentation/s of the most important, timeless message ever, Thanks for sharing.
Thanks Justin. You are a fine brother in our Savior, and keep on with your ministering; for you do equip the saints. And may our sovereign Lord bless you and your wife and children this Christmas season:-The rest of the season anyway.
What Child is this? What a Child He is!
This is a clear & simple way to share the profound truth of Christmas & Easter! Jesus died, was buried and rose from the dead, and is coming again not as a baby but as King of Kings, the Almighty God! Thanks for sharing it I will pass it on to others, for the glory of God!
I am sharing this with my family, ages 12 to 80. A good presentation of the gospel for all ages, maybe especially for the young ones. The world seems to be drawing them in.
The video states that Christ rose from the dead “lungs breathing, heart pumping, blood pulsing through His veins.” The Bible states that Christ, after His resurrection, no longer had blood in His body because that blood had been shed on the Cross for the sins of His people. The Spirit of God replaced the blood as the life force of His resurrected human body. Luke records Jesus’ post resurrection declaration to His disciples; ”Handle Me and see, for a spirit does not have flesh and bones as you see I have.” Luke 24:39 Christ did not say flesh and blood but flesh and bones for Paul informs us in 1 Cor 15:50 that “flesh and blood cannot inherit the kingdom of God.” Theology is a precise science. Words covey truth or error so we must be diligent to ensure what we proclaim is in accordance with the Scriptures. Otherwise it was a great video.
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Justin Taylor is senior vice president and publisher for books at Crossway and blogs at Between Two Worlds. You can follow him on Twitter.