King Tut Discovers Grand Rapids

King TutTutankhamun became “King Tut” at the age of 8 and died mysteriously at age 19. Howard CarterHe was buried and for over 3,300 years virtually forgotten until Howard CarterValley of the Kings, Egypt—after years of searching—discovered his tomb in the Valley of the Kings (1922), Treasure Trove from King Tut's tomb the only completely undisturbed treasure trove of Egyptian antiquities! Discovering King Tut Exibition 4 VultureFor years, there were traveling exhibitions using various artifacts from the tomb, Discovering King Tut Exibition 12 but at present they can only be seen in Egypt…and at that, only some of them.Discovering King Tut Exibition 13  However, a group of skilled Egyptian artisans working in conjunction with The Discovery of King Tutresearch scientists and Egyptologists have created an incredible exhibition Golden Throne including over 1,000 exquisite, precise reproductions of the original artifacts, Discovering King Tut 2and it’s in Grand Rapids from May 16-September 1, 2015. Discovering King Tut Exibition 3 The exhibition provides a detailed history of the archeological search,  Discovering King Tut Exibition 16 some “virtual reality,” 3-D experiences, and many videos that make you almostDiscovering King Tut Exibition 4 feel like “you were there” when the treasure was discovered. Discovering King Tut Exibition There are also audio guides for both adults and children, Discovering King Tut Exibition and our grandchildren were (literally) mesmerized for two hours, Discovering King Tutwhich (believe me) is not usual for 4 active boys ages 9-3!! Discovering King Tut Exibition 2If you or any of your loved ones are history buffs the way my family is, Discovering King Tut Exibition 10I really recommend your visiting the Grand Rapids Public Museum Discovering King Tut Exibition 11 to experience Discovering King Tut while he’s still in Grand Rapids! Wing coverings I was particularly fascinated to notice the depiction of wings covering the tombs, Discovering King Tut Exibition 7 very like Old Testament descriptions of the Ark of the Covenant, Servants in the Afterlifeand the fact that they made tiny replicas of servants to help them in the afterlife.Discovering King Tut Exibition 8As much as I’m tempted to think it might be cool to have servants Discovering King Tut Exibition 9to take care of me after I die, God tells us in the Scripture Discovering King Tut Exibition 16 that He’s already sent his Son—as a servant—The Mummy in the Golden Coffins to take care of us by dying in our place before we die, The Curse of Osirisso that after we’re dead we don’t have to fear any curse, from any man or “god,”  What King Tut may have looked like because through faith in Christ, we can be freed from the curse of the law and redeemed to God! Replica of King Tut's body When our body dies, if we are trusting in Christ to save us from our sin, Discovering King Tut Exibition 15 we can be assured that to be absent from the body is to be present with the Lord. (2 Corinthians 5:8) Discovering King Tut Exibition 14“Behold, I will bring forth my servant the Branch” (Zachariah 3:8).

“Christ hath redeemed us from the curse of the law, being made a curse for us: for it is written, Cursed is every one that hangeth on a tree” (Galatians 3:13).

“For he hath made him [Jesus] to be sin for us, who knew no sin; that we might be made the righteousness of God in him” (2 Corinthians 5:21).

I kept back nothing that was profitable unto you, but have showed you, and have taught you publicly, and from house to house, testifying both to the Jews, and also to the Greeks, repentance toward God, and faith toward our Lord Jesus Christ” (The Apostle Paul, Acts 20:20-12).

6 responses to “King Tut Discovers Grand Rapids

  1. Charylene Powers

    Beautiful pictures and post – favorite verse 2 Cor 5:8 we can be assured that to be absent from the body is to be present with the Lord. I’m claiming this promise for our son Brett.

    • Yes, I think of that too. Praise God he belonged to Christ. I’m still working on your book and looking forward to finishing…best of all so we can go out for lunch! 🙂

  2. Charylene Powers

    Her second book in the trilogy is “Two Steps Forward: A Story of Persevering in Hope” is due to come out in October.

  3. Charylene Powers

    Dave and I took our Grandchildren, Hailey and Grant – Brett’s children, to visit the King Tut exhibit. I’m so thankful for your wonderful post about the exhibit as that is what prompted me to take them. All four of us loved it – thanks again for your encouragement to attend.

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