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Thursday, May 01, 2008

Update from Monday's episode

Okay anyone that read my last post knows I was throwing myself a pity party. I don't normally do those. After most of the day was over, I knew I had no right to after the day my husband had. He got laid off.

However all I know is that we watched 'Facing the Giants' and the message of God's love was so over powering that I know that as long as we give Him our best, He's going to do the same in return. And I'm a testament to that over and over...I just need a reminder from time to time and that movie was just the trick.

Facing the Giants isn't a major Hollywood production. It's only has one person you might recognize in it, if you're a football fan. It starts out a little slow and you may even think some of the acting is a little high school production...but after the first clip you'll see below the film starts clicking. My husband and I were bawling through the rest of the film because God's love was evident.

If you're in a place where you need to hear something from God, you may consider finding the film and renting it. It's worth it.




Scene from movie

Movie trailer

11 comments:

Joeprah said...

I truly believe God has a plan for us all and I bet you guys are about to find something even better. Big bloggy hug via Joeprah. If you want to help a brother out, check my blog today. Peace.

meleah rebeccah said...

Gods Will is such a mystery to me...but I do know that everything happens for a reason.

sorry to hear about your husband's situation. Thats terrible.

but....when one door closes...

(you know that saying)

Kimmylyn said...

I just read all your posts.. I can't believe how much have gone through over the past couple of days. I am so sorry about your hubby and his job. My hubby lost his job last August and it was a fear like I never known ..

I know you will land on your feet and I sending huge hugs and prayers your way. xoxox

Allison said...

I'm sorry to hear about your husband's job. We've been in almost the same situation before, and I know it's not fun. The only saving grace for us was that it got turned into a 2 or 3 week suspension, instead of him staying fired. I remember how scared I was, but I knew something (at that time I wasn't a born again Christian) was taking care of us, so I helped him battle through. Without it, he wouldn't have his driver's license (he was 28), which is definitely a big help to me!

I loved the clips you posted. I like to think that God is sorta like the coach in the first one---cheering us on to do our best, and not really letting us let up on ourselves when we can give more. I know what you mean by having to be reminded over and over---it always seems that we have to have the realization of the power of God's love, and our part in receiving it. I know I just had one myself...thinking and praying to God going "would you just give me this little bit more?" and then stopping to realize---hey now, I've got a lot to give in return because of everything He's ALREADY given me! It has to happen because we are simply human. :-\

I hope this is a way to brighten your day---I'm having a Mother's Day contest on my blog. Come on over and check it out, maybe consider putting in your own submission. You have two chances to win a 16oz jar candle---one through my contest, that will be from my stash, and one through the company's weekly drawing, which is how I'm ensuring that people's contact information in case they win remains confidential---or you could win 6 votives from my stash.

Hope things start looking up soon! Never stop looking up---it's all for a reason!

Jamie said...

Wow I just walked the first scene that you put up from the movie and WOW is all I have to say! Definately one that I need to see!

wornoutwoman said...

You all are such an inspiration. Joe, I will check out your post tonight and comment. I'm on the run right now and have 2 seconds to respond to comments before off and running again.
Meelah and Kimmylyn...you're right one door closing means God has the most perfect path to the door we're supposed to walk through. Thank you. Allison, I will come check out your post and enter your contest tonight.
Jamie, do see it. It starts out slow but it's a must see.

Fireproof the Movie said...

Hi there,

My name is Monique & I'm part of the PR team for Sherwood Pictures--creators of FACING THE GIANTS.
Thank you so much for supporting the movie on your blog! We wanted to keep you informed of their latest project--FIREPROOF.
It's due to hit theaters this September in theaters nationwide. You can go to www.fireproofthemovie.com to view the trailer, ready the synopsis, and sign up for updates to stay up to date with all of the FIREPROOF happenings! If you're interested in learning more or need any resource, pictures, and downloads for your blog please email me at monique@lovell-fairchild.com and I will be happy to get you what you need.

Again, thanks for blogging!
Monique
Lovell-Fairchild Communications

wornoutwoman said...

Thanks for the heads up on the new movie. I checked out the site and it looks awesome!

Beth from the Funny Farm said...

Sending you good thoughts and prayers your way.

Jamie said...

I saw Facing The Giants yesterday and I have to say it was AWESOME! Thanks for posting about this movie on your blog or I would have given it the time of day really.

wornoutwoman said...

I'm so glad you tried it. If you're looking for another good one...watch THE ULTIMATE GIFT. It's awesome!