Monday, October 12, 2009

"Greater love has no one than this, that He lay down His life for His friends." John 15:13

4 comments:

Christian fiction said...

Whenever I hear Il Divo sing Christian songs, I get goosebumps. They really are amazing and it is like they can touch every heart of their audience.

Karen L. Brahs said...

My friend, thank you for leaving your comment. It is greatly appreciated and I,too, delight in Il Divo's gift. I hope you return often.

Your name has piqued my curiosity. Is it that you are not a believer in Jesus Christ? Or are you a believer who writes Christian fiction novels?

Unfortunately, man has a tendency to want to think it is just the beauty of the voices and their ability to convey music and a stirring of emotions, when in actuality, it is often the Holy Spirit knocking on the doors of our hearts asking to be allowed entry. If he would only take a moment and ask Him in, the answers to the questions he poses would be given.

If a man has no belief and leans on his own understandings, then he should not be afraid to examine what he views as mere fiction, for what harm is there in that. This comes from a personal willingness to perhaps be taught a truth he may not have known, one that would change and enrich his life. It is the man who is hard, proud, and arrogant that does not search for God's truths and allow Him to teach him.

Il Divo indeed has a great gift. But it is what is done with it that is even greater. They chose to convey God's message of salvation which is intended for all men.

Once again, thank you for visiting the blog. If you return, please take a moment to search the labels and read other postings.

In Christ,

Karen

Karie said...

Thanks for sharing this Karen,the grace of Jesus Christ is truly amazing. 'The Passion' is a difficult movie to watch, but it is a great reminder of our worth and his unending, saving love, and what our salvation cost him.

Karen L. Brahs said...

It is indeed hard to watch! In fact, the only time I did see it was in the theater. When I go to the base of the cross, I am reduced to a weeping, repenting, lump of unworthiness. What grace...what AMAZING grace! Thank You, LORD, for saving me!