Stevens, Jarrett
September 2006
Ignite Your Faith;Sep/Oct2006, Vol. 65 Issue 2, p20
The article discusses two instances in the Bible wherein God manipulated time and used it to serve his purpose and to bring him glory. In chapter 10 of the book of Joshua, Joshua was on a mission to defeat five wicked kings who had tormented Israel and he had asked for God's intervention to stop the moon and the sun. Another incident is in Isaiah 38 when God decided to let King Hezekiah live for 15 years more. The Bible stories revealed God's power over all things, including time.


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