Mark 12:27 “He is not the God of the dead, but of the living.”
Last Saturday, my wife and I went to see to the movies to see God’s Not Dead 2. Pastor Kyle and I had first heard about the sequel to the block-buster original from 2014 from Actor / Producer David A. R. White at the Pacific Justice Institute conference here in Anaheim, California last year at which he receive an award for his work on God’s Not Dead 1, where a Christian student (Shane Harper) must prove the existence of God or else his college philosophy professor (Kevin Sorbo) will fail him.
In this excellent second feature motion picture in this series, where after answering a student's question about Jesus, a high school teacher (Melissa Joan Hart) faces a court case that could end her career and set a legal precedence against Constitutional Right Freedom of Region in America. We found this film to be highly emotional and eye-opening to the real hostility and intolerance that exists in our culture against Christianity by some individuals and groups in this nation. The bold strength to stand firm for her Lord and her faith in the face of fierce opposition will leave you aware that it was the strength of Christ and intercessory prayer of fellow Believers that leaves us confident in total dependency on God come what may.
I highly recommend that all make the time to see this fantastic faith-based motion picture, to not just support Christian film-makers, but to see and understand the threats that exist today to religious freedom in this country and the great need for Christians to live out and communicate the love and gospel of Jesus Christ today to a world that so desperately needs to hear. I hope that get to see this thought-provoking show soon. Oh, there will be a God's Not Dead 3.
God's not dead, He is surely alive!
In Christ, Brian