Yesterday my wife and I saw the movie, “Show Me the Father.” It is outstanding. I strongly urge you to go and take as many people as possible. The catch is it only runs through this Thursday evening.
So, please go to the movie website and type in your zip code. The theaters nearest to you that are showing it will pop up.
It is outstanding on many levels. It spoke to me on several levels, but most of all as a son. My father died when I was eleven. I had a stepfather for 9 years. At one point a comment is made, “If your father left you, your Heavenly Father won’t. If your stepfather wasn’t there, your Heavenly Father will be there.
Something else that struck me was that there are no professional actors in the movie. The only amateur “actors” are a few near the end of the movie who hold up glass panes to the sky.
Oh, and wait for the amazing surprise that happens about three fourths of the way through the movie. Again, these are all true stories.
Throughout the movie you learn about your Heavenly Father and how He wants to make all things new. The movie title is from people asking Jesus to “show us the Father.” His response is, “If you’ve seen me, you’ve seen the Father.” Elsewhere He says, “I and the Father are one.”
So, please gather up family and friends and go see (by Thursday) the movie “Show me the Father”!