My review of this film should be up by tomorrow (fingers crossed) or Friday. Did you guys think I liked it or hated it? And how much do you think I’ve rated it out of 5?
And Margaret, if you’re reading, how many spoilers do you think you can handle? 🙂
The law of the Lord is perfect, refreshing the soul.
The statues of the Lord are trustworthy, making wise the simple.
The precepts of the Lord are right, giving joy to the heart.
The commands of the Lord are radiant, giving light to the eyes.
The fear of the Lord is pure, enduring forever.
The decrees of the Lord are firm, and all of them are righteous.
They are more precious than gold, than much pure gold;
they are sweeter than honey, than honey from the honeycomb.
By them your servant is warned; in keeping them there is a great reward.
This ancient poem was written by King David, a man after God’s heart. Here, David reflects on why the law is perfect and what it does for our soul if we obediently keep the law. ❤
Michelle Monaghan is back in town!
For MI6 that is.
Monaghan was featured in 2006’s “Mission: Impossible III” as a doctor named Julia Meade, the fiancé of Ethan Hunt (Tom Cruise). In this film, Ethan revealed to her that he works as a secret agent and at the end of the movie, the happy pair was heading for a honeymoon. Monaghan also appeared at the end of “Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol”.
Tom Cruise and Christopher McQuarrie are really pulling out the big guns to tell Ethan Hunt’s story. I hope this is the last installment in the “Mission” series because after telling Ethan’s story and Cruise supposedly doing the BIGGEST stunt ever in his career, there won’t be any more stories left to tell. The movie already sounds like it’s going to be 3 hours long. Not that I’m complaining, but what a cast!
Describe a memory or encounter in which you considered your faith, religion, spirituality — or lack of — for the first time.
I can’t recall any at the moment, but I don’t waver my faith. And I must confess that I have such a bad memory! I tend to remember things later on like when I’m having dinner, or going to bed.
When I first started to write, I was told that there was no better font than the Times New Roman. That may ring true, but when I am plotting and drafting, my go-to fonts are:
For fancy headings, I use this elegant font:
I tend to make notes in this font:
And if I am writing in text form, I use this one:
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