Christian Astronaut From Space Proclaims the Works of Christ, Celebrates 534 Days in Space

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Christian Astronaut From Space Proclaims the Works of Christ, Celebrates 534 Days in Space
Christian Astronaut From Space Proclaims the Works of Christ, Celebrates 534 Days in Space

The heavens declare the glory of God, and the sky proclaims the work of His hands. -Psalm 19:1

A Christian Astronaut pictures of view from Space, on the Social Media and  shared how his faith allowed him to glimpse the creation of God.

NASA Astronaut and ‘International Space Station’ (ISS) commander Jeffrey Williams is on his fourth mission currently. He will have Spent a record of 536 days of his space tour, when he returns to Earth on 6th September 2016, the third longest span on the space station. He is currently on his fourth mission.

Jeffrey Williams is an avid user of Social media and has got a large following from posting the images taken from space on   Twitter  and  Facebook.

He is posting pictures of the Space, from his view, on his Twitter and Facebook account and recently made Statements describing the expansiveness of God’s creation as something that is “beyond our comprehension.”

Speaking to a Christian leader Albert Mohler, Jeffrey said,”You see the design. You see the beauty. You see the purpose. You see all of those elements. You see order in all of the details.”

“That’s what I see when I look out the window”. He discussed his Christian faith and belief in Christ by saying “I believe in Him as creator and redeemer through Jesus Christ.

Jeffrey Williams made these comments while speaking via video link from the International Space Station.

A book titled “The Work of his Hands: A view of God’s Creation” from Space was also previously written by Jeffrey Williams

“By faith we understand that the universe was created by the word of God, so that what is seen was not made out of things that are visible.”

He also encouraged his Seminar members to “deepen their understanding of their scriptures, to know what they believe, and to make that a lifelong journey, ultimately to know our Saviour.

This Astronaut is scheduled to return to Earth next week when he will have completed a successful 534 days in Space.

 

 

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