“I think there are so many reasons toward the end of pregnancy where we can begin to justify in our own minds a bitter and complaining spirit. We’re uncomfortable; we’re eager to get on with the next phase; we’re scared about labor and so forth. I just kept reminding myself that God’s praise—not a spirit of complaint—was to continually be on my lips.”
I’ve heard parents say, “I sure wish that had been around when I was pregnant!” I could shout this sentiment from the mountaintops about this book.
The actor’s raw emotion in fleshing out how Matthew must have felt when Jesus spoke love into his heart, then called him to follow (showing he was not just a good-for-nothing), was so pure. Tears flowed on his face and mine! It stood out for me as one of the most believable moments in the series, which has been somewhat lopsided when it comes to grab-me-and-make-me-feel-it scenes.
Arguably the most anticipated of installments from the History miniseries, The Bible, aired last night to another record audience. Come find out what I thought about it!
After seeing the latest episode of The Bible, you can believe that when God is on your side, no one can be against you. It was honest, gripping, shocking, sobering, and necessary.
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