So I was going to put up a one hit wonder from The La’s but a friend of mine is hurting and thinking they are alone and will always be alone. So to remind them that there are people who care.
Director: Craig Gillespie
Producers: Jim Whitaker, Dorothy Aufiero
Writers: Scott Silver, Paul Tamasy, Eric Johnson
Cast: Chris Pine, Casey Affleck, Ben Foster, Holliday Grainger, John Ortiz, Eric Bana
Based Upon: The Finest Hours: The True Story of the U.S. Coast Guard’s Most Daring Sea Rescue
by Michael J. Tougias & Casey Sherman
Plot: Off Cape Cod an oil tanker splits in twain in the rough seas off the coast. The men on board scramble together to jury rig a tiller to hand steer the remaining half of the ship as close to shore as possible.
In the near by Coast Guard station a four man crew sets off to find that sinking ship in what the locals consider a suicide mission because of the violent and treacherous seas churned up by the winter storms.
This drama/action adventure has it all. A good cast, great effects and a well written story. I especially liked how they portrayed the seamen on ship as religious men who knew that prayers to God were called for in a time like this and that is what they did. Chris Pine played Bernie Webber the skipper of the rescue boat perfectly. This was no James T. Kirk this was a humble guy trying to do the right thing and save the stranded sailors as quickly and keep his crew safe too.
My verdict is break out the popcorn and sit down to a movie that you and yours will enjoy. Currently streaming on Netflix.
Q. 142 What does the first request mean?
A. “Hallowed be your name” means, Help us to really know you,to bless, worship, and praise you for all your works and for all that shines forth from them: your almighty power, wisdom, kindness, justice, mercy, and truth. And it means, Help us to direct all our living–what we think, say, and do–so that your name will never be blasphemed because of us but always honored and praised.
Jer. 9:23-24; 31:33-34; Matt. 16:17; John 17:3Ex. 34:5-8; Ps. 145; Jer. 32:16-20; Luke 1:46-55, 68-75; Rom. 11:33-36 Ps. 115:1; Matt. 5:16
Q. 143 What does the second request mean?
A. “Your kingdom come” means, Rule us by your Word and Spirit in such a way that more and more we submit to you. Keep your church strong, and add to it. Destroy the devil’s work; destroy every force which revolts against you and every conspiracy against your Word. Do this until your kingdom is so complete and perfect that in it you are all in all.
Ps. 119:5, 105; 143:10; Matt. 6:33
Ps. 122:6-9; Matt. 16:18; Acts 2:42-47
Rom. 16:20; 1 John 3:8
Rom. 8:22-23; 1 Cor. 15:28; Rev. 22:17, 20
So you may have noticed that there has been a decrease in posting lately. There’s a good reason for this and it is that I have been gathering together resources to get a new job. Seems that the place where I am working is going to be moved to Mexico and I won’t be going with it. So my time has been spent gathering together information that I haven’t had to do for twenty four years.
So my blogging will be minimal until I can get all my ducks and dates in a row.
On another note please continue to pray for my sister the cancer is stage four and in her breasts.
Q. 140 Why did Christ command us to call God “our Father”
A. At the very beginning of our prayer Christ wants to kindle in us what is basic to our prayer–the childlike awe and trust that God through Christ has become our Father. Our fathers do not refuse us the things of this life; God our Father will even less refuse to give us what we ask in faith.
Matt. 7:9-11; Luke 11:11-13
Q. 141 Why the words “in heaven”?
A. These words teach us not to think of God’s heavenly majesty as something earthly, and to expect everything for body and soul from his almighty power.
Jer. 23:23-24; Acts 17:24-25
Matt. 6:25-34; Rom. 8:31-32
The song of the homicidal hammerfest brought to you by the lovely Mona Lisa Twins.
Q.What did God command us to pray for?
A. Everything we need, spiritually and physically, as embraced in the prayer Christ our Lord himself taught us.
James 1:17; Matt. 6:33
Q. 138 What is this prayer?
A. Our Father in heaven,hallowed be your name, your kingdom come, your will be done on earth as it is in heaven. Give us today our daily bread. Forgive us our debts, as we also have forgiven our debtors. And lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from the evil one. For yours is the kingdom and the power and the glory forever. Amen.
Matt. 6:9-13; Luke 11:2-4
Q. 139. Are Christians tied to this very Form of Prayer?
A. We are not. Our Lord here delivers to his Church a brief Summary of those things which we are to ask of God, but yet Christ also expects us to ask for particular benefits. This form a set of general topics, under which all benefits may be grouped. All particulars of Prayer must agree & correspond with this general form, although we are not tied to this from. This is apparent from Jam. 1.5. where the Apostle exhorts the Saints, if any of them lack wisdom, they should ask of God, who gives liberally to all, but these words are not found in the form of prayer particularly expressed. In addition, we have examples of prayer both in the Old and New Testament, which do not exactly follow this form although all they asked was included in this prayer.
Star date 11609.09 we are in orbit around an M class planet that is third from its sun. While doing a standard sensor scan we have discovered that it is Frenetic Friday!
Well if you’ve been on the Internet at all you’ve probably heard about Evan Hempel a “transgendered man” who decided that she would do what any woman would do and that is get pregnant and have a baby. And then Time Magazine decided to do an article about her breast feeding. But of course they said “he was breastfeeding” frankly this came to mind.
But see that is exactly what is wrong it isn’t a man breastfeeding it is a woman breastfeeding. And even if they are taking artificial hormones in order to give them beards, which by the way they have to stop if they are going to get pregnant, they are still female and a female breastfeeding a baby isn’t something new at all.
So at a certain point in the history of the United States Black Americans rose up to protest the segregation that was going on in the country. You would see signs saying that how some places, bathrooms, diners, water fountains were for “whites” only and there were other signs that said “colored” only. But men and women rose up and said that segregation was evil and that there can’t be a “white” or “colored” only place. Now more that fifty years after the fight to end segregation comes this from the California State University Los Angles that to combat micro-agression from whites the black students will have segregated housing. <source> Next Jim Crow laws will be repealed.
And now a moment of feminist singing with the Hills Are Alive with the sound of Feminism.
And now a moment of truth.
And now good evening.
First let me say that there will be a Frenetic Friday this week as I get things back to normal. But until then enjoy this:
Q. 135 Why do Christians need to pray?
A. Because prayer is the most important part of the thankfulness God requires of us. And also because God gives his grace and Holy Spirit only to those who pray continually and groan inwardly, asking God for these gifts and thanking him for them.
Ps. 50:14-15; 116:12-19; 1 Thess. 5:16-18
Matt. 7:7-8; Luke 11:9-13
Q. 136 How does God want us to pray so that he will listen to us?
A. First, we must pray from the heart to no other than the one true God, who has revealed himself in his Word, asking for everything he has commanded us to ask for. Second, we must acknowledge our need and misery, hiding nothing, and humble ourselves in his majestic presence. Third, we must rest on this unshakable foundation: even though we do not deserve it, God will surely listen to our prayer because of Christ our Lord. That is what he promised us in his Word.
Ps. 145:18-20; John 4:22-24; Rom. 8:26-27; James 1:5; 1 John 5:14-15
2 Chron. 7:14; Ps. 2:11; 34:18; 62:8; Isa. 66:2; Rev. 4
Dan. 9:17-19; Matt. 7:8; John 14:13-14; 16:23; Rom. 10:13; James 1:6