Who is Like the Sovereign Lord?
On this virtual tour, we will travel through history to examine how Jehovah proves his divine right as Sovereign through his prophecies, his power, and how he protects his people.
- The Museum of Fine Arts - Houston, TX
- 1.5 hours
- $11/device (Does not include booking fees)
- Virtual - not broadcast from the location
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“In the Sovereign Lord Jehovah, I have placed my refuge.”—PS. 73:28.About the tour:
In this tour, you will learn why the answer to the question “Who is Like the Sovereign Lord?” is important. We will travel through history to examine how Jehovah proves his divine right as Sovereign through his prophecies, his power, and how he protects his people. By the end of this tour, your faith will be strengthened as you confidently say – no one is like our Sovereign Lord!
- How did Jehovah humiliate the gods of Egypt?
- In what ways has Jehovah used his power to protect his people throughout history?
- What attitudes and influences did the first century Christians have to contend with and how did Jehovah care for his people’s spiritual needs?
Reviews of The Tour «Who is Like the Sovereign Lord?» from Our Guests
Shabti Doll: An indicator of the Egyptians obsession with the afterlife is the Shabti doll. When Egyptians died, they would have their slaves buried with them. Eventually, they were running out of slaves, so they came up with this solution.
Ramses II: It is held that the cities of Pithom and Raamses were built during the reign of Ramses II (of the “Nineteenth Dynasty”). In Archaeology and the Old Testament (p. 149) Merrill Unger comments: “But in the light of Raamses II’s notorious practice of taking credit for achievements accomplished by his predecessors, these sites were most certainly merely rebuilt or enlarged by him.’”
Ibis Sculpture: This unusually large ibis has elegant proportions and animation. He strides forth on long, powerful legs of cast bronze. His sharp-clawed feet and curved beak create an impression of strength and purpose. The cult of Thoth was especially popular in late Egyptian dynasties, leading to the creation of exceptional statues and amulets.