Christian Movie Extract 1 From "The Price We Must Pay": Is Hard Work, Giving Things Up, and Expending Yourself for the Lord Really Obeying God?
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Christian Movie "The Price We Must Pay" Clip 1- Is Hard Work, Giving Things Up, and Expending Yourself for the Lord Really Obeying God?
The Lord Jesus said, "Not every one that said to Me, Lord, Lord, shall enter into the kingdom of heaven; but he that does the will of My Father which is in heaven" (Matthew 7:21). The main character, Song Enze believes that giving things up, expending himself, and working hard for the Lord is obeying God and doing His will; he thinks by seeking this way, he'll certainly gain God's approval and get into the kingdom of heaven. However, his brothers and sisters express doubts about this—what if someone expends themselves on the outside but it's with the aim of entering the kingdom and being blessed? Isn't that just conducting a transaction with God? If someone pays a price but it's adulterated with these motives, is that obeying God? You'll find the answer in this wonderful excerpt from the film, The Price We Must Pay.
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