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Temptation of Christ 2021 (Movie)

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The temptation of Christ is a biblical narrative detailed in the gospels of Matthew, Mark and Luke. After being baptized by John the Baptist, Jesus was tempted by the devil for 40 days and nights in the Judaean Desert. During this time, Satan came to Jesus and tried to tempt him. Jesus having refused each temptation, Satan then departed and Jesus returned to Galilee to begin his ministry. During this entire time of spiritual battle, Jesus was fasting.

The writer of the Epistle to the Hebrews also refers to Jesus having been tempted “in every way that we are, except without sin.”

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Mark’s account is very brief, merely noting the event. Matthew and Luke describe the temptations by recounting the details of the conversations between Jesus and Satan. Since the elements that are in Matthew and Luke but not in Mark are mostly pairs of quotations rather than detailed narration, many scholars believe these extra details originate in the theoretical Q Document. The temptation of Christ is not explicitly mentioned in the Gospel of John but in this gospel Jesus does refer to the Devil, “the prince of this world”, having no power over him.

Discussion of the literary genre includes whether what is represented is a history, a parable, a myth, or compound of various genres. This relates to the reality of the encounter. Sometimes the temptation narrative is taken as a parable, reading that Jesus in his ministry told this narrative to audiences relating his inner experience in the form of a parable. Or it is autobiographical, regarding what sort of Messiah Jesus intended to be.[10] Writers including William Barclay have pointed to the fact that there is “no mountain high enough in all the world to see the whole world” as indication of the non-literal nature of the event, and that the narrative portrays what was going on inside Jesus’ mind. Dominican theologian Thomas Aquinas explained, “In regard to the words, ‘He showed Him all the kingdoms of the world, and the glory of them,’ we are not to understand that He saw the very kingdoms, with the cities and inhabitants, their gold and silver: but that the devil pointed out the quarters in which each kingdom or city lay, and set forth to Him in words their glory and estate.”

Jesus Ministered to by Angels. By  James TissotBrooklyn Museum

The debate on the literality of the temptations goes back at least to the 18th century discussion of George Benson and Hugh Farmer.

The Catholic understanding is that the temptation of Christ was a literal and physical event. “Despite the difficulties urged, …against the historical character of the three temptations of Jesus, as recorded by St. Matthew and St. Luke, it is plain that these sacred writers intended to describe an actual and visible approach of Satan, to chronicle an actual shifting of places, etc., and that the traditional view, which maintains the objective nature of Christ’s temptations, is the only one meeting all the requirements of the Gospel narrative.”

The Catechism of the Catholic Church states:

The Gospels speak of a time of solitude for Jesus in the desert immediately after his baptism by John. Driven by the Spirit into the desert, Jesus remains there for forty days without eating; he lives among wild beasts, and angels minister to him. At the end of this time Satan tempts him three times, seeking to compromise his filial attitude toward God. Jesus rebuffs these attacks, which recapitulate the temptations of Adam in Paradise and of Israel in the desert, and the devil leaves him “until an opportune time…” The temptation in the desert shows Jesus, the humble Messiah, who triumphs over Satan by his total adherence to the plan of salvation willed by the Father.

The Temptation of Christ by the Devil, by Félix Joseph Barrias, 1860

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“I’m kind of done with you telling me what I can’t do.” – Carol Danvers, Captain Marvel

This is one of those quotes that pretty much every woman can relate to. This is because pretty much every woman grows up constantly being told what they can’t do. We’re often told this both directly and indirectly. Directly through comments like “Girls don’t like Star Wars” or “Women aren’t funny”. Indirectly through a lack of female representation in media. Constantly being told that you can’t do things you know you can do is frustrating and Carol hit the nail on the head with this line.

“Just because something works doesn’t mean it can’t be improved.” – Shuri, Black Panther

In just one sentence, Shuri sums up those of us who are always looking for ways to improve things. She’s not satisfied with “good enough” or even “good”. She keeps striving for better, but not in a way where she’s beating herself up. So often, the idea of making something better is associated with thinking that it’s not already good. The classic “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it” mentality. Shuri encourages her brother to move past this mentality with just ten words. She has the confidence to know that what she built is good, it works. But she knows she can always improve things, so she does. She recognizes the good and she builds upon it to make it better.

“She’s not alone.” – Natasha Romanov, Avengers: Infinity War

This quote, as well as the “Don’t worry, she’s got help” line from Avengers: Endgame, get a mixture of criticism and praise. Praise for showing girl power scenes and teaming up the female heroes. Criticism from those who feel that these scenes are simply a way for movie directors to throw female fans a bone while continuing to rarely give female characters good storylines. I get the criticism, and I certainly want way more for female characters than one good line. But I really do love this quote for two reasons.

First, simply because I love seeing women supporting and standing up for each other. Secondly, because for so long women in superhero movies were alone. There was usually one female superhero among at least three men. Female superheroes were a rarity. What was even rarer was seeing more than one of them in the same movie, fighting alongside each other. Seeing a female superhero be knocked down and having the people who came to her defense be two other female superheroes is something that not that long ago, I’d never thought I’d see.

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RESURRECTION- The Passion of The Christ (2021)

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God sent Christ to put our sins upon himself. The Passion of the Christ graphically depicts Jesus’s cruel torture and crucifixion—penalties that we all deserve. To avoid hell, we must accept Christ’s sacrifice. The sequel to blockbuster release RESURRECTION- The Passion of The Christ is scheduled for a 2021 release few details have been shared. such as this trailer.

When will it come out?:

March 31, 2021The Passion of the ChristResurrection is scheduled to arrive in theaters on March 31, 2021. The movie is coming out in about 1 weeks and 3-days.

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Trailer: Family Reunion Part3

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family Reunion is an American comedy television series created by Meg DeLoatch that was released via streaming on Netflix on July 10, 2019. In September 2019, the series was renewed for a second season which is set to premiere on April 5, 2021.

When Can We Expect To See The Official Trailer For ‘Family Reunion’ Part 3?

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VGSG CRUSADE

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Are you baren, Or Sick, (Tumor,cancer Etc? Whatever may be The affliction upon Your life just come God will be there to Deliver you. Don’t loose faith Mathew 11:28 says : Then Jesus said, “Come to me, all of you who are weary and carry heavy burdens, and I will give you rest. God is ready to give you rest, take that pain away , he is ready to give you that job, appointment, that opportunity that you’ve been waiting for , but are you ready to receive… Hope to see you there cuz I’ll be there to. Cheers!

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Trust In your Prayers

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PRAYING to God brings us closer to Him. When we need guidance, peace of mind, or healing, we often think of asking God for help. But for many of us the tendency is to pray only when we’re already in trouble. Sometimes it may seem difficult to set aside the time, or praying may not occur to us until we’re facing serious difficulties. I used to be like that. Although I had been taught to pray daily, my prayers were more habitual than deeply thoughtful. As I gained a better understanding of God, however, and began to see how effective prayer could be in my everyday life, I realized that I didn’t have to wait until things got bad to pray. And now I find myself praying daily even if I don’t have an immediate need.

Daily prayer can be inspiring, protective, uplifting, healing. And, while praying in this way doesn’t necessarily eliminate all of our problems, it does give us a head start on overcoming the difficulties we do face. Often when we’ve prayed diligently beforehand, we look at a problem as an opportunity to prove or demonstrate the spiritual facts we’ve already come to understand. To put it another way, we learn to trust our prayers. Eventually we find that our trust in God has been so well established that we turn to Him naturally — and immediately — even during trying times. When this happens the greatest joy isn’t always the healing that comes from turning to God, but the fact that we were once again able to trust our prayers to God.

Prayer restores the peace, trust, and joy that are natural to man, God’s offspring. Concern can be replaced with the spiritual understanding that all of God’s ideas are in the right place. Self-condemnation can disappear when we realize that our prayers are effective and all we need to do is listen for God to reveal to us what to do and then act in obedience to Him. Put your trust in God

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