The Passion of the Christ

I got to see this movie yesterday. I went with Pedro and two of his friends. We got there at 11:30 am since he had to go later to work as usual, and that was the only time he had available.

The Passion of the Christ

Well, I’ve always been a very impressionable person when it comes to certain films. This was no exception, and I can really say that this is the most touching movie I have ever seen.

Wow, talking about some work, Mel Gibson did an excellent job in capturing, while at the same time trying not to exaggerate or coming short in displaying what the last 12 hours Jesus spent on this earth must have been like.

I was expecting violence and suffering, but this film without a doubt in my opinion, has given me something unique and special.

“And He sat down on the throne and said. Behold, I make all things new.” Rev 21:5

I personally haven’t being a loyal Christian, and what this movie has put in my heart, is a true and continuous reminder that someone loved me so much, that came to this world for only one reason: to die in my place.

I came to an agreement with myself, and started out by getting rid of some material I wasn’t proud to keep. I had had so many problems letting it go for years now, but just in an instant, as soon as I arrived home after seeing the movie, I was very determined to grab all of what had been distracting me from being free, and I was liberated.

I destroyed it without hesitation, and I have put a special promise in my heart and in my mind to try to get back to be what I used to. With Jesus’ blessing, Amen.

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