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Babies will play with Vipers!

Oct
02
2012

Isaiah 11:8 is a very potent verse about the millennial kingdom under Christ Jesus. Things will be different where people live. There will be two areas where humans are not able to go, because the creatures there are so vile and evil, but in the rest of the world, the wild animals will be tame, or not tolerated.

In this verse, little babies will be safe by a snake hole. The previously venomous snake will actually play with a baby and cause it to giggle and be entertained.

The second part of the couplet says a toddler will swipe his hands over the light shining on a viper and will not be hurt. This is a very powerful statement. During the day, snakes sun themselves, and when something warm intercepts that heat source, they will strike at it to eat it or make it leave. A child will be able to toddle to a snake and cast its shadow on it, and even run its hands on it and not be harmed.

Click to see more in the Prophecy Guide on Isaiah 11:8.

The Last Violin and Piano duets

Aug
14
2011

We are getting to the last of the violin and piano duet music that we can find! We’ve now pulled out all the stops to clear the finish line! Here is today’s work:

Jesus Shall Reign. This piece was written by Cheryl Macomber and has a very simple piano part. Coupling the simplicity of the piano with the beauty and tension of the strings of the violin produces a very comforting and assuring statement that Jesus Shall Reign on this earth!

The cover is a photo of a meadow on Mount Carmel and inside the cover is a review of the things that happened on Mt. Carmel in Scripture. Click on the hymn title at the beginning of the paragraph before this one and take a look and listen to the piece! It is a wonderful hymn with a beautiful arrangement.

My Saviour’s Love. This cover is made from a photo of Caesarea Philippi and a river there. A short description is given of the mention in Scripture. The music is a powerful arrangement that carefully notices the words and makes the message of the hymn a very poignant statement. We are so happy that this musical score is now available with the robot’s playing of it!