Thursday, October 2, 2014


As I mentioned recently, here on Life with Lynnie (LwL), due to my antenna problem happening during balcony repairs being done where I live, I had only limited channels available for me to watch.

Due to this, I watched many, many movies.  lol :)

Here are some that I watched:

Career, starring Dean Martin, Tony Franciosa and Shirley MacLaine.  Click on this link to this drama film, that I found this to be a good movie to watch:

It's My Turn, starring, Michael Douglas, Jill Clayburgh and Charles Grodin.  Here is a link to this romantic-comedy film:'s_My_Turn_(film).  This was a movie I enjoyed, as it was filled with chuckles and love.

Author, Author, starring Al Pacino, Dyan Cannon, and Tuesday Weld.  Check out this film here:!_Author!_(film).  Watching this film filled me with various feelings.

Tony Roma, starring Frank Sinatra.  To read about this film, please click here:  This movie was a detective film filled with many situations of both good and not so good.

The Heartbreak Kid, starring Ben Stiller.  Here's a link for you to check it out:  This was supposed to be a romantic comedy film, but I truly thought it wasn't. 

Swamp Thing, starring Louis Jourdan and Adrienne Barbeau.  Check out this movie here:  This was an unusual movie for me to watch, because I normally do not watch science fiction films; it was okay.

This Property Is Condemned, starring Natalie Wood, Robert Redford, Charles Bronson and more.  To find out about this film, click here:  This drama film was touching to me.  In fact, I watched it more than once.

Like most movies, I found that these films all contained sin, in addition to loving concerns. 

Some even had tremendous heartbreak.  Much like what some people suffer from.

Thinking about this, brought to mind Psalm 73:26, "My flesh and my heart faileth: but God is the strength of my heart, and my portion for ever."

Being only human, my flesh and my heart faileth, just as we read in today's Bible verse.  And, much like what you may have read in recent LwL entries.

It never ceases to amaze me how God is rarely referred to in movies. 

But, God is my strength and my portion.  Hopefully, He is yours, too.

Until next time...

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