Wednesday, January 7, 2009

It's not a suggestion

If you live on planet earth, I insist you watch this video.

Afterward, go here to see parts 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, and 7. I was sobbing by the time I got to part 6. Not because it's sad... I was just in shock.

I don't know why I was shocked; I knew my God was that big. I knew He was that powerful. I knew He was that amazing.

But I didn't know He had done this. And so I cried.

Don't you dare not watch all seven parts.


Leah said...


My Mom and I just watched the whole thing and my Dad and brother will probably watch it tonight. Thank you so much for posting this Amber.
Praise God!

Anna said...

I really want to watch it but our filter won't let us go to youtube, but you really got my curiosity up!!
What is it about????????

Amber said...

I'm so glad you watched it, Leah. Doesn't it just make your jaw drop?

Anna, I wish I could explain it in a comment, but it's just too vast. The main idea is that this man discusses "what WAS the star of Bethlehem?" He has software that can show EXACTLY what the sky looked like at any given time in history, and he...Oh, like I said, too much! Let's just say that he ends up showing a picture of the brightest star ever to shine in the sky in BC years, and goes on to discuss some of the absolutely ASTOUNDING things that were happening in the sky the year Jesus was born. ...And the year Jesus died. I encourage you to visit his website:

Anna said...

Ohhhhh, cool!
Thanks for explaining!!!!
I'm checking the website out now...

Sandra said...

Amber, just watched it. It was very amazing! VERY cool. I've always been a little skeptical when people say the Star was two planets and other things like that, but this makes sense. And the constellations and the eclipse and different things like that. Glad you shared this.

Anonymous said...

That's awesome! I watched the whole thing. Thanks for sharing it. :)

Amber said...

Jess and Sandra, I'm so glad you took the time to watch it. The ideas defy description! My Dad and myself had watched it online earlier, but last night our whole family got to sit down and watch the DVD together, which was great.

And, again, when I watched that blood-red moon rise the night of the cross, I started crying. What a God we have!