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Fixing What's Wrong - Joy of My Heart with Anne Graham Lotz - October 30

  • 2017 Oct 30
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October 30

Fixing What’s Wrong

By Him all things were created that are in heaven and that are on earth, visible, and invisible.

Colossian 1:16, nkjv

It can be mind boggling to contemplate the vastness of the universe, from the greatest star to the smallest particle. It is so vast that astronomers are now saying that it stretches beyond what we are capable of penetrating, even with sophisticated telescopes like the Hubble. And every bit of it was created by the Living Word of God, Who, even as He hung the stars in space, counted them and called them each by name!

Not only did He create objects of massive size, but He also created such minute, delicate, intricate things as snowflakes, no two of which are the same.

Jesus Christ is the One by Whom, for Whom, through Whom everything was made. Therefore, He knows what’s wrong in your life and how to  fix it. Let Him take charge. Give Him the authority to put it right.

Just Give Me Jesus

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