Saturday, February 4, 2017

Do This!

Today, I'll be sharing with you some things I hope you'll enjoy, here on Life with Lynnie (LwL). 


Here are some I've watched:

A Man Called Peter, starring Richard Todd and Jean Peters.  If you'd like to check out this American drama film, click on this link:  Even though this isn't totally a Christian movie, I enjoyed it... and was glad that God was the basis.

The Story of Ruth, starring Stuart Whitman and many other actors.  Click on this link, if you'd like to check out this American historical romance film:  If you watched it, you'd realize that this movie is based on a book in the Bible, even though it is considered a historical romance film, and not a Christian film.

Watch Time Changer.  I feel badly that I couldn't find a Wikipedia link.  So, I'm sharing with you a link so you can watch the whole movie:  I was happy to watch this, and I truly thank my Christian Facebook (FB) friend who told me about this film.

The Book of Matthew.  Unfortunately, I couldn't find a Wikipedia link.  Instead, I'm sharing with you the link for the whole movie, that I watched on YouTube.  Here's the link:  I'm sure you realize, that this is regarding the book of the Bible.

The Nativity Story, starring Keisha Castle-Hughes, Oscar Isaac and many other actors.  If you like, click on this link, to check out this Biblical drama film:  Hopefully, you realize there's not much I need to say about this story.  It's about the birth of Jesus!

Hopefully, you realize that these are all Christian based movies!  Even if they are not all Biblical, they are sort of, in the nature of how they were created.

For this, I'm thankful and always will be.


By having Christian movies, we can use them to help unbelievers come to Christ.

As Christians, we are to be servants of the Lord.  And, teach.

Much like we read, in 2 Timothy 2:24, "And the servant of the Lord must not strive; but be gentle unto all men, apt to teach, patient,"

We, as servants of the Lord, must not strive; but be gentle unto all men, apt to teach, patient.

Yes, we need to be gentle and patient, while we preach/teach.  By doing this, we are fulfilling what God would have us do.  Because, we are reaching out to those who need to gain salvation.

Do you do this?

As my brother or sister in Christ, I pray you do.

For if you do, I know God will bless you.

Until next time...

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