Film maker Walt Disney was ruthless in cutting anything that got in the way of a story’s pacing. Ward Kimball, one of the animators for Snow White, recalls working 240 days on a 4 1/2-minute sequence in which the dwarfs made soup for Snow White and almost destroyed the kitchen in the process. Disney thought it was funny, but he decided the scene stopped the flow of the picture, so out it went.
When the film of our lives is shown, will it be as great as it might be? A lot will depend on the multitude of “good” things we need to eliminate to make way for the great things God wants to do through us. By Kenneth Langley.
Dear church, remember that the beginning of a road chooses the place it leads to. It is the means that determine the end. In this life we have some choices on which road to walk in this world. There are some “good” roads and some even “easy” roads, but the best and greatest road is the one that leads to the thrown of God as a child of God. All other roads lead to destruction that do not end with God. The road you are presently on, does it end at your death or does it reach the promise of heaven with the Lord? May the Lord give you great wisdom today as you decide on which road will be the road of your life, and the wisdom to know where it ends! Pastor Mark