Friday, April 2, 2010

Thank you, Jesus! Where would I be without you?

Happy Resurrection Day!!


  1. That was inspiring! Thanks!

    Do you know that it has been almost a year since I first found your blog? I'm thankful I did. Your posts on God and Christianity have been at times helpful, comforting, and even challenging to me.


  2. Im glad you posted is The Passion right? I never saw it yet. I hope other people will watch this for Easter. Many people at my school would just party and that is not what Easter break is for.
    My sister posted on her facebook some pictures of the Passion and someone then deleted her as a friend. How horrible...all well.
    Thank you again.
    Jesus LOVES you! Happy Easter!! =]

  3. That's an awesome video! I always like it when people put music to the story like makes it so impactful.
    Happy Resurrection Sunday to you, too, MaryLu, and to everyone out there!

  4. That was awesome. Really beautiful song!

  5. I love to tell the story, for those who know it best
    Seem hungering and thirsting to hear it like the rest
    And when in scenes of glory, I sing the new, new song
    'Twill be the old, old story that I have loved so long!

    Thanks, MaryLu.

  6. Sasafras, wow, a year already? Time flies. It's been such a pleasure hearing from you on a regular basis. You are such an encouragment to me!
    Yes, Tori, those video clips are from Mel Gibson's The Passion. I highly recommend it, although it's pretty bloody.
    Thank you Sapphire...I love these videos set to music too.
    Thanks for dropping by, Annabell
    And Diane.. that's from an old hymn, right? It sounds familiar.
    Have a blessed Resurection day, everyone! Some day soon, we'll all be together in Heaven!

  7. Oh dear, they showed part of The Passion at my youth group, and I cried. It is not for the emotionally sick. Many of the junior high kids looked away.
    Either way, eternal thanks to our Lord


  8. yes, it's a hard movie to watch, and they say what Jesus endured was far worse. Praise His Name!

  9. Thank you so much for showing this clip! Can you believe that many pastors refuse to preach on this? on Christ's cruxifiction and resurrecction? This is the most important part of Christianity, because it is the core belief of Christianity!
    If it wasn't for this special day, our lives on earth would be meaningless and hopeless. Thank God that it is not so!