All of that distracted from the beautifully simple message of the original. . I choose to cling to Him. I know I am imperfect, we all are. You only need trust Him.
No matter what I have done or gone through in my life. As the storm rages on and the six strangers fall deeper into the heart of darkness another guest arrives at the hotel. White playing the role of the police officer in Thailand. He also reveals that he has never heard of a Police Officer named 'Deville'. The conclusion was a lot better than the first. Would also help if it had some star power. The arrogant businessman, lonely woman, estranged couple and teen runaway seem to have nothing in common.
The next day, Hank and Catherine find that the diner has mysteriously vanished because Jesus has managed to accomplish his mission of turning their lives around. The drug dealer's and hotel owner's wife's revelation were Luke-warm at best. They're so wretched that they've become a guilty pleasure for me, which is why this gets a ten. We have the Boxing Day typhoon in Thailand as history. Then Kayla realizes that Deville is actually the in disguise based on the pronunciation of his surname. This one drowns in scenery and detail. I realize just how much I need the Savior of the world, Jesus Christ.
Seven years after the world's most devastating tsunami in Thailand six strangers find themselves trapped in a beach side resort on the brink of an oncoming hurricane. He says he is Jesus Christ, and he knows what each of them suffers from. We have the lush and lovely background of Phukett, Thailand and those beautiful beaches. It didn't dispel as many misconceptions as the first movie either - with the only exception of gently suggesting that Asian beliefs are not of God and followers of that will Not receive Salvation, Nirvana, Enlightenment or ever lasting life. I saw the first 'Encounter' when digging through instantwatcher's Faith and Spirituality section looking for documentaries and soon after that I was hunting down these things like a junkie looks for a fix. I rank this a 7 out of Ten and i put Fireproof, Facing the Giants, and To Save a Life ahead of this small treasure of a movie.
Who will pick up your broken pieces? How would you react when he tells you about your past? I think that's what disappoints me with it. I just can't say it was an original or good movie. As the other patrons leave the diner, they learn from an officer on the road that the road is closed again, because of a serious car accident. Start uploading your Christian videos today! He also bears an uncanny resemblance to a very good friend of mine, but why should you care about that? Each patron at the diner ends up being either or is brought to a life-changing decision except for Nick, whose pride and selfishness block him and cause him to reject all questioning of his lifestyle and purpose, in spite of acknowledging having been deeply loved by his grandmother. As the storm rages on and the six strangers fall deeper into the heart of darkness another guest arrives at the hotel.
Part 2 Other Postings About Norman Grant The older I get the more, it seem. White is the cream of the crop when it comes to the bizarro world of Xtian filmmaking. I didn't take it literally, and the simple staging worked well with the metaphorical presentation that made you think about you and your personal relationship with your savior. We have a beautiful country we live in. The acting was not as bad as facing the Giants although i put it behind Facing the Giants because it had a better theme. The original Encounter was like a parable. Worst of all, we have the not at all well done fight scenes.
Grab some popcorn, kick back and see it for yourself. The arrogant businessman, lonely woman, estranged couple and teen runaway seem to have nothing in common. Along with serving them, Jesus helps Hank and Catherine re-establish dialogue as a couple, helps Melissa think of the long-term difficulties she will face in a relationship, and marriage, with her boyfriend who is a non-believer, and helps Kayla find in her heart the strength to forgive her abusive stepfather, despite everything he has done. The sanctimony drips from the screen, the awful dialogue sometimes ripped directly from the Bible so as not to offend the faithful, the preachy nonsense--all of that's on display here. I just watched Paradise Lost and, I admit, I cried a few times.
God Bless you all and have a blessed 2014. It's sort of like watching a Jack Chick tract come to life, and in my opinion there's absolutely nothing bad about that. It's a problem and I should try to stop, but I'm not there just yet. The first one had quite a few stars - Sting the superstar pro wrestler and Jaci Velazquez. Also, the scripts seems to hurry along with each character receiving their revelation or Epiphany. And just because you cried Lord Lord at the age of 14 and asking God into your life and then living for Satan and dying in your sins outside of the will of God would be a big disqualifier.
All in all - an enjoyable and enriching experience. Over time and many, many terrible, pretentious films, I've learned that David A. Knowing their dire need, he came to bring them all a message of hope and rescue them from the darkest corners of their own hearts. White The Encounter Directed by Produced by Elizabeth Travis Brittany Lefebre Michael Scott David A. Will be interesting to see if the next sequel can do better.
You are watching The Encounter Christian Movie on Godtube. Stars Bruce Marchiano and Jaci Velasquez. He has already paid the price for your sins, by shedding his blood on the cross. He alone offers true hope. Knowing their dire need, he came to bring them all a message of hope and rescue them from the darkest corners of their own hearts. Without him we are lost sheep who are vulnerable to predictors. I have this awful tendency to hand out tens to movies which are so bad they cross the line into total awesome.