Wednesday, March 3, 2010
SEEING INTO THE FUTURE
I watched a movie last night with an impressive story. Actually I just glanced at the cover when renting from the local video store, and expected it to be something like "The Time Machine" which it wasn't.
What I loved about this story was how the future actually relates to our present day church life. I have long been disgruntled at how many people profess to know and love the Lord yet don't voice their faith in every day life. Many are afraid of offending others. But hey, what about how Jesus must be offended!
He tells us in the Matthew 10:33, "He who denies me before men, I will also deny before my Father in Heaven."
Please don't get me wrong. I don't go hitting people over the head with the Bible. But I will always, give Him the honour and the glory. And I will never be, namby pamby concerning my faith.
This is not a new movie. It was released in 2002 yet never made it in the popular charts . Probably due to the fact of being Christian.
Just towards the end, as the Bible Professor is waiting to return to 1890, his exit from the present has a profound impact on two men who witness him going.
Please get it and watch it! I hope it opens your eyes as surely as it did mine.
My score for this story is, ten out of ten.
An Author since 2012 and retired Registered Nurse. I reside in sub-tropical Queensland, Australia, with my American husband Raymond and our three little dogs. Monty (Australian Terrier,) Mille` (Toy Foxy), and Marley (Toy Poodle). Late in 2008 I began to explore and enjoy the realm of creative writing. This is something which has always been an interest yet until now,I haven't found time to indulge. God is the cornerstone of my home and heart. He is my life and my breath, for without Him I am nothing. My desire is to edify His existance in my daily walk through life. To inspire and encourage the broken hearted. And to assist in the knowledge that EVERYTHING has a reason and a purpose under the Heavens. We are reminded through our faith in Jesus that He will, "Turn our Mourning into Dancing and our Sorrow into Joy." Psalms 30:11. Having personally experienced tough times I know, there is truely no gain without pain. South Western Sydney Area Health, Queensland Health, LATE OF ROGERSVILLE, TENESSEE and Amedysis Home Health.