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War Room (Childrens Movie Review)

     For weeks now the very popular movie "War Room" has been playing all over the world. In Tallahassee some churches got together and made a spectacular decision to invite their congregations out to the movie theatre to fellowship and see the powerful movie together.
     A few Sundays ago I was invited to attend and accepted the invite. Naturally Rayna decided that she would like to attend also. For the first time ever I saw my daughter watch a movie like never before. It kept her attention, gave her great laughs, and she understood the purpose of it. After the movie she told me how much she enjoyed it and some of the things she enjoyed.
     To me the movie was very inspirational and encouraging. It is a movie that I could go see over again, but what's most important is I learned a very powerful message from it. If you listen well and pay attention you won't leave out of that movie the same and if you don't get anything from it the first time you clearly should go back and watch it again.
     What really caught my attention is that it has been weeks since we saw the movie and Naturally Rayna is still quoting parts of the movie and more curious about God and how prayer works, she has even asked for a prayer journal. Proverbs 22:6 says "Train up a child in the way he should go, and when he is old he will not depart from it" I believe that when you slowly introduce Christianity to children they will pick it up more in time on their on, so to me this movie is a good movie to see no matter what age you are, it has a message in it for everyone. 
      
     




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