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Beautiful Katie Lapp has always felt something missing in her simple Amish existence -- until a mysterious "Englisher" comes to Lancaster County looking for the baby girl she gave up for adoption 19 years ago.
Expecting Amish on Lifetime tells the story of 18-year-old Hannah Yoder, who is ready to join the Amish Church and marry her boyfriend Samuel.
Only God, Who is all-knowing and all-loving can truly know what's going on in a person's heart..one who carries out a fault against another.
So, it follows that God forgives, and as we believe and trust in Him, we also are able to imitate His forgiveness, though we cannot, in our human limitations, completely understand a situation. Our unforgiveness is an obstacles to the healing and faith of others.
His urban sci-fi black comedy about violence and free will made Malcolm Mc Dowell an icon and changed the way people think about movie brutality, and also how they hear “Singin’ in the Rain.” — (about a futuristic game show based on running over pedestrians) just about demanded that someone step up and create the video-game industry, so that its gimmick could find its true home.
Holding the loose elements together is David Carradine, a natural star and a man whose whole life was a cult movie — one where too many of the best parts probably happened when no cameras were around.
Forgiveness is not easy to carry out, nor to feel in one's heart.
Forgiveness is a decision of the will not to seek to carry out vengeance towards another person.
Based on the novel by New York Times best-selling author Beverly Lewis, "The Confession" is the continuing story of Katie Lapp, a young Amish woman who goes on a journey in search of her ...
To live in His peace is God's will for all mankind. Perhaps it was not perfect in writing, scope, and dialogue, but it is the lesson of forgiveness that is its banner.
I hope many, many people see this film and hearten to its lessons.
— (2001) Opening a month after September 11, 2001, and virtually ignored upon release, Richard Kelly’s directorial debut now seems like both a snapshot of the seemingly safe but deeply ominous world we remember living in just before the planes hit, and a direct response to events that happened after it was made.
— (1986) Before the Sundance Film Festival essentially transformed it into mainstream Hollywood’s minor league farm system, American indie film routinely produced weird hipster gems like Jim Jarmusch’s deadpan debut (1969) While Hollywood was stubbornly ignoring the counterculture (or, worse, pandering to it with tone-deaf misfires), Peter Fonda and Dennis Hopper pushed all the right peyote buttons and hit the zeitgeist jackpot.