Saturday, December 3, 2016


Once again, here on Life with Lynnie (LwL), I'll be discussing something I have done. 

Not something I've done away from home.  But, something I've done at home!

Watched movies!

Here are some I recently watched:

Five Miles to Midnight, starring Sophia Loren and Anthony Perkins.  To check out this drama film, click here:  Even though I enjoyed this movie, it was upsetting that the story was built on lies.

The Barefoot Contessa, starring Humphrey Bogart, Ava Gardner and Edmond O'Brien.  If you'd like to check out this drama film, click on this link:  Parts of this movie I adored, but parts... I didn't like.  Especially, since it was filled with sin.

Tony Rome, starring Frank Sinatra, Jill St. John and more actors.  Click on this link, to check out this neo noir detective film:  Even though this movie contained some sin, I thought it was a good film.

The Paper Chase, starring Timothy Bottoms, Lindsay Wagner and John Houseman.  Click on this link, if you'd like to check out this film:  While this movie seemed okay to watch, it also had some sin in it.

The Lords of Flatbush, starring Perry King, Sylvester Stallone, Henry Winkler and Paul Mace.  If you want to click on this link, you'll be able to check out this drama film:  Even though these actors played parts of fellows who considered themselves Lords, the story truly wasn't Christian.  It was filled with sin.

Here I go again, discussing sin.

Don't be upset that I'm discussing it, again.  Why?  Because sin is common.

God told us that we all sin.  There is no one who doesn't sin.

Please realize that we all need to accept this.

After all, God told us in 1 John 1:8-10, "If we say that we have no sin, we deceive ourselves, and the truth is not in us."

I praise God that He told us this, in His Word, the Bible.  After all, no one is perfect.

However, we need to be truthful and not deceive ourselves.  Just He said.

For this, I am truly grateful.

After all, if we thought we were only perfect, then we would be lying to ourselves.  And, possibly to others.

So, I thank You, Lord!

Until next time...

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