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Discussion in '2004 Archive' started by LadyEagle, Mar 29, 2004.
I am certainly glad he confessed. I find it sad though that nowhere in the story do I see that he accepted Jesus as his savior. Don't get me wrong, I thought it was a great movie, but my goodness. The sensationalism that is being attributed to this movie is really getting to be a bit much. Now we are giving testimonials on the miracles of the Passion? Is it just me, or is this beginning to sound a bit like the Catholics seeing the tears from a statue of Mary? I find it disturbing that we seem to be attributing so much to a movie but hardly hear as much hoopla about what preaching the Word of God has done in the lives of man. I liked the movie. Went and saw it a second time with my wife. But, please, folks, let's not forget that it is not the Bible. It is only a movie.
A real miracle does not come from a movie. It comes from hearing the word of God and being forgiven of sin. This movie is being attributed the power that is God's alone. And no where in all the hoopla has anyone mentioned the scriptures and how they have changed anyone.
More "signs and wonders" from / for the discernmentally challenged crowd. It appears that the anti christ will have an easier time than originally anticipated.
I am not going one way or the other yet, but maybe just maybe God is using this to reach people. Besides who are we to judge these peoples hearts.
2 Cor. 7:10
For godly sorrow worketh repentance to salvation not to be repented of: but the sorrow of the world worketh death.
Your Point, again who are we to judge weather or not they experinced true repentance or not, that is up to God not us.