TOUR:

He is the Eternal King [ASL]

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You will see why the governments that have ruled and come to pass are far inferior to the Eternal King. The museum pieces that are highlighted remind us of Bible accounts that testify to his superiority in all ways.

  • The Palace of the Legion of Honor, San Francisco CA
  • 1.5 hours
  • $11/device (Does not include booking fees)
  • Virtual - not broadcast from the location
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About the tour:

In this tour, you will see why the governments that have ruled and come to pass are far inferior to the Eternal King and his rulership. Pieces highlighted in the Legion of Honor collection include Egyptian, Ancient Greek, and Impressionistic art. These pieces remind us of Bible accounts that testify to Jehovah’s superiority in all ways. We hope you enjoy this highly interactive tour.

Questions that will be answered on tour:
  • In what areas of government can the Kingdom be compared to the kings of the earth?
  • How does the Eternal King care for and protect his subjects unlike any other?
  • To what end does the Kingdom rule?
Who is this ancient figure? What is he holding in his left hand? You will see how the god this sculpture represents connects with the healthcare systems of today.

Who is this ancient figure? What is he holding in his left hand? You will see how the god this sculpture represents connects with the healthcare systems of today.

What Bible scene is depicted in this painting? You will learn more on the tour about this beautiful landscape piece by John Martin.

What Bible scene is depicted in this painting? You will learn more on the tour about this beautiful landscape piece by John Martin.

This 2500 year old Bituminous Limestone relief sculpture depicts a Persian gift bearer. It was found in the ancient city of Persepolis, now modern Iran. What happened to ancient Persepolis and all the work that went into building the palaces there?

This 2500 year old Bituminous Limestone relief sculpture depicts a Persian gift bearer. It was found in the ancient city of Persepolis, now modern Iran. What happened to ancient Persepolis and all the work that went into building the palaces there?

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