Around The World: Actor Jim Caviezel: ‘The Passion of the Christ’ Sequel Will Be ‘The Biggest Film in History’

Christian actor Jim Caviezel has spoken about the sequel to The Passion of the Christ , saying it will be “the biggest film in history.”

Although a release date for the film has not yet been given, anticipation is already building.

The Passion of the Christ , directed by Mel Gibson and starring Caviezel as Jesus, came out in 2004–14 years ago already, according to The Daily Wire.

The film grossed over $370 million, making it the highest-grossing R-rated film ever made in the U.S., so Caviezel’s prediction that the sequel will be “the biggest film in history” has some credence.

Although Caviezel didn’t reveal much, he did cryptically remark, “There are things that I cannot say that will shock the audience. It’s great. Stay tuned.”

The sequel will reportedly focus on the Resurrection. In 2016, Gibson said, “The Resurrection. Big subject. We’re trying to craft this in a way that’s cinematically compelling and enlightening so that it shines new light, if possible, without creating some weird thing.”

Caviezel is an outspoken Christian who is often involved in faith-related projects. Last month, he spoke at the Fellowship of Catholic University Students SLS Leadership Conference where he told the crowd, “I want you to go out into this pagan world, I want you to have the courage to step into this pagan world and shamelessly express your faith in public. The world needs proud warriors animated by their faith.”

Am so proud to be a Christian, a man of faith, with this awareness and statistics of passion of the Christ, I believe truly this is a kingdom takeover. We are getting to the heights where all cinemas and movie outlets will acknowledge Christian movies. Box office hits, and a tool to spread the word and enlarge the kingdom.

Source: Christian Headline

Dropping Soon: Steve Willis “Good To Me”

One of Nigeria’s best Gospel stars “Steve Willis” is about to drop his first track for the year 2018. By 5th of this month, “Good to me” will be available for downloads and streaming.

I don’t want to be a spoiler alert till the song drops and you hear it yourself. By the way all his tracks are hits, this one will definitely be a top notch.

#gospeltakeover

True Story: A Day Before Her Death, This 27-Year-Old Wrote A Letter, And It May Change Your Life Forever

Most of you would have read this sad story, but some haven’t. I had to reflect and share this touching story and an advise to us living by Holly Butcher.

A young woman who lost her life not too long but shared to the world bow appreciative one should be when breathing. I don’t know how many times have she’d tears, but am happy she’s with the Lord.

You might be dissatisfied with your life. Not enough money, unfulfilling job, meandering relationship. Perhaps you spend too much time online arguing about politics with strangers. Sometimes we all feel like something is missing, and perhaps all we need is a little perspective.

“If something is making you miserable, you do have the power to change it – in work or love or whatever it may be. Have the guts to change. You don’t know how much time you’ve got on this earth so don’t waste it being miserable.”

These are the words of Holly Butcher, from Grafton in NSW, Australia. She recently lost her battle with Ewing’s sarcoma, a rare form of cancer that primarily affects young people. Holly was just 27 when she passed away.

As she came to terms with her mortality, a heartrendingly painful thing to have to do at such a young age, Holly decided to write an open letter about the lessons she learned, reflecting on the way her experience made her come to value every second of her time on earth. “I’m 27 now. I don’t want to go,” she wrote. “I love my life. I am happy… I owe that to my loved ones. But the control is out of my hands.”

Perhaps Holly’s words, coming from the heart with passion and a searing honesty, will help people to see the bigger picture, one that is often lost in a sea of ultimately meaningless stresses and worries that quickly consume our everyday existence. She urges us to grasp the things that are important, and live life to the full. “That’s the thing about life, it is fragile, precious, unpredictable and each day is a gift, not a given right.”

Give your loved ones a hug, and smile, because you are alive!

May your soul rest in perfect peace Holly.

When To Be Silent In 20 Situations

The Bible says;

1. Be silent In the heat of
anger – (Prov 14:17)

2. Be silent When you don’t
have all the facts – (Prov
18:13)

3. Be silent When you
haven’t verified the story –
(Deut 17:6)

4. Be silent If your words
will offend a weaker
person – (1 Cor 8:11)

5. Be silent When it is time
to listen – (Prov 13:1)

6. Be silent When you are
tempted to make light of
holy things – (Eccl 5:2)

7. Be silent When you are
tempted to joke about
sin – (Prov 14:9)

8. Be silent If you would be
ashamed of your words
later – (Prov 8:8)

9. Be silent If your words
would convey the wrong
impression – (Prov 17:27)

10. Be silent If the issue is
none of your business –
(Prov 14:10)

11. Be silent When you are
tempted to tell an
outright lie – (Prov 4:24)

12. Be silent If your words
will damage someone
else’s reputation – (Pro
16:27)

13. Be silent If your words
will damage a friendship
– (Prov 16:28)

14. Be silent When you are
feeling critical – (James
3:9)

15. Be silent If you can’t say
it without screaming it –
(Prov 25:28)

16. Be silent If your words
will be a poor reflection
of the Lord or your
friends and family – (1 Pt
2:21-23)

17. Be silent If you may
have to eat your words
later – (Prov 18:21)

18. Be silent If you have
already said it more
than one time – (Prov
19:13)

19. Be silent When you are
tempted to flatter a
wicked person – (Prov
24:24)

20. Be silent When you are
supposed to be working
instead – (Prov 14:23)

“WHOEVER GUARDS HIS MOUTH AND TONGUE KEEPS HIS SOUL FROM TROUBLES” – (Prov 21:23).

May the grace of the Lord grant you & me understanding. Shalom 🙏🙏

The Moment You Realize That God Is Not Done Teaching You Important Lessons: Repost

As an adult, you think when you reach a certain age that you already know too much. You’ve gone through enough experiences in life that taught you so much about love, heartbreak, wisdom, pain, healing and starting over.

You’ve met enough people who taught you how to determine who’s right or wrong, who’s honest and who’s shady and generally, you feel like you have a good sense of judgment when it comes to choosing the people you want in your future and making sensible decisions in your life.

You are aware that life is full of surprises and everything is unpredictable but for some reason, you have faith that what’s coming is better than what has passed. You feel like you’ve learned enough to pass the test and get a good grade, but then something happens that shakesyou. Something you didn’t see coming, something you didn’t expect, something you thought would never happen to you and that’s the moment you realize that the lessons are not over, that you’re not prepared for the test and that God is not done teaching you what you need to learn.

You slowly begin to understand that God has denied you certain prayers or certain wishes because his new lessons are going to change your mind or maybe your heart. They will make you wish for different things. They will make you a different person. They will make you thankful that certain things didn’t work out because they wouldn’t have aligned with who you want to become.

You begin to trust his timing and his plans, it starts making sense when you put two and two together. It adds up. You realize that without these new lessons, you could’ve made a decision that was going to hurt you or trapped yourself somewhere you don’t belong or with someone who makes you miserable.

You begin to appreciate the pain, the delays, the setbacks because through them you got to know yourself a little better. They led you to find yourself and your passion. They pushed you to end things and say goodbye to people you loved and wanted so you can be who you really want to be. They pushed you to be in a better place emotionally, mentally or financially.

When God doesn’t give you something you’re praying for right away, it means he’s not done teaching you what you need to learn. He’ll bring you changes that will ultimately changeyou and you’ll look back and understand why you had to wait. You’ll look back and thank him for not granting you those wishes right away.

You’ll look back and realize that sometimes you wished for things you were not ready for, things you could’ve easily destroyed if they were yours. You’ll realize that you still need to learn a few more lessons before you’re fully ready to embrace and appreciate his gifts and his blessings.

You’ll realize that you’ll forever be his student and he’ll always have the final say because you still won’t get all the answers right no matter who you are or how much you know. You still need his confirmation. You still need his approval. He’s always going to know better. He’s always going to prepare you for the hardest tests so you can achieve the greatest score.

A great contribution to my platform by one of my favourite writer and poet Rania Naim.

Delivered From Drugs And Alcohol

By sharing our testimonies we are conquerors of our own destiny.. I am saved, born again, and baptized by our lord Jesus.

I once was so, so far away from the truth and i blindly let the devil take me into his playground and he stole everything i had in my life, Family,money, and “love”. I grew up as a kid an apostolic christian and at one point was a pastors kid. Later a family of 7 had been broken up because my mom left and everyone went their separate ways. I was alone most of the time and started getting involved with drugs and alcohol and truly because of the absence of love. I felt cold and hate and just didn’t care about my life. My dad still kept going to church without me and i just stayed away from it all. My new “friends” i met were daily pot smokers and that’s all they did. My dad being gone alot we would always be at my house i had so much breakdowns and i would cry so much because i felt so alone. I hated who i was in the mirror but my father told me that everything i did i was proud of. I couldn’t take more of it. so one day one of my friends who would smoke with me all the time invited me to youth group and so i went not expecting anything but the spirit of God whispered to me and took all that was in me and made me new. I didn’t know what to do anymore because i was living a new life. The church then invited me to a teen retreat and we had a guest speaker (from Tennessee whom i never met) who in the middle of his sermon points me out and delivers me and i was completely washed away the Holy Spirit took over my whole mind and body and moved me.. now i continue to practice in the word and am a leader in my church. I mean for a time period of 6 months God has done so much with me. an evangelist told me that God will use me for his glory and it touched me. God bless all, lets reach out to our brothers and sisters.