Скоро много интересных новостей,сегодня побывал у ребят @ilskil ,очень крутое ателье во всех смыслах теперь ещё и в правильном автозвуке;).Приятно видеть когда люди делают что то не просто что бы делать а делают своё дело с душой и правильным подходом#loudsound#deafbonce#автозвукболезнь
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Только что в прямом эфире вот этот парень выиграл новенький #alphard#deafbonce 123d1
Поздравляем! О том как это было смотрите в историях!
I hope that the coming year bring you peace and prosperity. @aslsoundofmusic 🎄Part 1🎄 “This Christmas” @officialkutless
Oh! Bless my dear friend Patricia O from canada who subtitled this video that was taken 3 years ago. 🤩 After watching this, helped me realize how much I’ve grown as an Deaf artist & this humbled me. This makes me appreciate our mighty God even more. The story of God in a Manger.
Christmas is not about the Savior's infancy; it is about His deity. The humble birth of Jesus Christ was never intended to conceal the reality that God was being born into the world.
But the modern world's version of Christmas does just that. And consequently for the greater part of humanity, Christmas has no legitimate meaning at all.
I don't suppose anyone can ever fathom what it means for God to be born in a manger. How does one explain the Almighty stooping to become a tiny infant? Our minds cannot begin to understand what was involved in God's becoming man.
Nor can anyone explain how God could become a baby. Yet He did. Without forsaking His divine nature or diminishing His deity, He was born into our world as a tiny infant.
He was fully human, with all the needs and emotions that are common to us all. Yet He was also fully God--all wise and all powerful.
For nearly 2,000 years, debate has been raging about who Jesus really is. Cults and skeptics have offered various explanations. They'll say He is one of many gods, a created being, a high angel, a good teacher, a prophet, and so on. The common thread of all such theories is that they make Jesus less than God. But the biblical evidence is overwhelming that this child in the manger was the incarnation of God.
One passage in particular, written by the apostle Paul, captures the essence of Jesus' divine nature and underscores the truths that make Christmas truly wonderful.
You can watch my full song on my ministry page: Facebook.com/DeafWomenofFaith