Gods Not Dead

After an eventful morning and the early part of an afternoon with Church activities which involved baptisms at a local Church that had beautiful slender stain glass windows followed by a light buffet with a fabulous centre piece made up of Easter nests and mini simnel cakes if I do say so myself! 

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My husband and I decided to go along to the new film showing of ‘God’s not dead’.

We arrived for the 3.30pm show via the Ben and Jerry’s ice cream counter to share an ice cream whilst watching the film trailers. 

The last film we had watched ‘Noah’ was an absolute disaster of a film so I was hopeful when we sat in a nearly empty cinema that this would be a better film than that. 

‘God’s not dead’ is an absolutely fantastic film sadly it’s only in selected cinemas for a short period of time but defiantly very worth going to watch.  The film quality is just as good as any amazing Hollywood film and defiantly 1000 times better than ‘Noah’ but then any film really had to be.

One of the scenes in the film one of the characters has paid a visit to his mother whom is very I’ll and not able to communicate properly.  The elderly mother speaking clearly something on the lines of of our lives are a comfortable padded cell with more than we actually need the devil has no need to close the door he has us right where he wants us with no need for God because our lives are perfect and no need to leave.  – Obviously the actress says it much better than I can however it really is an incredible film with that only being one little part. 

The main story line is about a college students who refuses to write do the words ‘God is dead’ and sign his name during a lecture.  Instead he is given the opportunity to prove the opposite. 

After this my husband and I shared food and conversation at Frankie and Bennie’s. 

A fabulous time had by all – Happy Easter Friends and remember GOD’S NOT DEAD! 

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About The Life of a Housewife

Abigail is married to a wonderful man. They have a very fabulous Mini Dachshund her name is Tinkerbell and now a very beautiful son. Abigail's absolute favourite time of the year is Christmas it has been since she was a little girl. Abigail' enjoys being creative, enjoy cooking, making and especially fond of organization.

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