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post #1 of 16 (permalink) Old 03-01-2004, 11:42 AM Thread Starter
 
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What was your favorite part of the movie, The Passion?

Mine was when Jesus was carrying the cross and Mary after hesitating ran to Him and kneeled down beside Jesus. He looked at her and said, "Mother, Behold I make all things new."

Whoa! Even when I type it I get excited and my spirit is jumping inside of me

I love that and was put back in my seat when I first heard it.

That is not where there statement is made according to the gospels, but I loved it there...and does it really matter anyways!

What are your thoughts - what was your favorite part or line?

Lee
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Mine was when Jesus was carrying the cross and Mary after hesitating ran to Him and kneeled down beside Jesus. He looked at her and said, "Mother, Behold I make all things new."

Whoa! Even when I type it I get excited and my spirit is jumping inside of me

I love that and was put back in my seat when I first heard it.

That is not where there statement is made according to the gospels, but I loved it there...and does it really matter anyways!

What are your thoughts - what was your favorite part or line?

Lee
I think I am with you on that one Lee. That was a very moving scene. I also liked the part at the beginnig when Jesus is in the garden and He gets up and crushes the head of the snake.

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I also liked the flashback to Jesus ineracting with Mary while building the table...nice work Mel!
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Mine was when Jesus was carrying the cross and Mary after hesitating ran to Him and kneeled down beside Jesus. He looked at her and said, "Mother, Behold I make all things new."

Whoa! Even when I type it I get excited and my spirit is jumping inside of me

I love that and was put back in my seat when I first heard it.

That is not where there statement is made according to the gospels, but I loved it there...and does it really matter anyways!

What are your thoughts - what was your favorite part or line?

Lee
That's the extact one I was thinking about when I read the title of this thread.
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My favorite part of the movie was that the whole thing happened and it was for me and YOU. When Jesus is on the cross and he says it is finished. That and it has opened many doors that were not opened before for believers to whitness to others.
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I also liked the flashback to Jesus ineracting with Mary while building the table...nice work Mel!
That was a good scene. I enjoyed the whole movie. I found it enlighting to see the brutality that really went on back then. I thoght it was fucked up when the roman guard hit the table with that thing they used to beat him. Now that would have to fucking hurt I think that we should beat theives with those....
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When the Malefactor looked at the Jews and Romans and said "He prays for you, you mock him and beat him and he prays for you. You must be the Messiah"(dont quote me) "Lord, please remember me." And Jesus said unto him, Verily I say unto thee, To day shalt thou be with me in paradise.


That is AWESOME!!!!
I started to cry at that point!!!
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I dont know if I can pick out one specific point in that movie that I liked the most. The movie was so moving that I enjoyed every part of it.



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My favorite part of the movie was that the whole thing happened and it was for me and YOU. When Jesus is on the cross and he says it is finished. That and it has opened many doors that were not opened before for believers to whitness to others.
at my church we were encouraged to take a non-believer to the movie as a good witnessing tool. i really like that 1st seen as well. also the last seen the tomb scene!!!!
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I liked the resurrection part....without that, its just another beating that the Romans put on
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My favorite part?

I think it was right when I bought my ticket for that other movie that was showing.

I think if you Christians didn't treat the film as such a propaganda reel, it might have been worth watching.
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My favorite part?

I think it was right when I bought my ticket for that other movie that was showing.

I think if you Christians didn't treat the film as such a propaganda reel, it might have been worth watching.
Interesting take. By chance, did you go see "The Day After Tomorrow"? If you did, are you not just a hypocrite? If not, are you going to? Talk about propaganda, that movie has agenda written all over it.
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