Wednesday, February 19, 2014

Shirley Temple...

If you've been reading Life with Lynnie (LwL) recently, you'll be aware that this past Sunday, I did not go to worship with my church family.  Not being able to drive, means I cannot go anywhere, unless I have a ride.

Being home all the time, means that I am limited as to what I can do.

In addition to reading my Bible and other books, I watch television (TV).

On Sunday, Movies! TV Network ( aired some of Shirley Temple's movies.

When I was young, I adored her movies.  And, I still do.

I watched, Heidi.  Here is a link to read about it:

Afterwards, I watched, The Little Princess.  Check it out, here:

Later, I watched, Stowaway.  Read about it, here:

Then, Wee Willie Winkie.  For information, check it out:

And finally, The Littlest Rebel.  Here's some information on the movie:

I have no idea whether or not Shirley Temple is in heaven.  I have no idea if she was saved.

Now, it is too late for anyone to pray for her salvation, since she is no longer living.

From a human perspective, she was a person that people adored.  Loving, gentle, kind.  Not just as a child, either.  Also, as an adult, who represented her country, overseas.

Even so, she will bow before Jesus and will confess He is Lord.  Even if she is not in heaven.

Just as God told us, in Philippians 2:9-11, "Wherefore God also hath highly exalted him, and given him a name which is above every name:  That at the name of Jesus every knee should bow, of things in heaven, and things in earth, and things under the earth; And that every tongue should confess that Jesus Christ is Lord, to the glory of God the Father."

We all will bow before Jesus one day.  And will confess that He is Lord... to the glory of God the Father.

No one can change this.

But, there is something we humans can change.  We can change our lives, from a sin perspective.

We can turn away from sin in our lives, and turn to Christ.

By doing this, our lives here on earth will change.  And, in obedience to God, if we believe on the Lord, Jesus Christ, we will be saved.

Hopefully, I'll see you in heaven one day, my friend.  Until then, I'll pray for you.

Until next time...

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