Well, we have learned much on this brief dance through “It’s a Wonderful Life.” Is it? It depends on how you look at it. George Bailey had a much different perspective on life at the end of the story than he did at the beginning though nothing really changed except his perspective. It really is a statement of how grace turned outward can change everything.
How easy it is for us to judge instead of reaching out in love. In this story, one woman chooses to overcome judgment with grace and forgiveness and in so doing, she provides a means for others who have been treated poorly to replace perceived judgement with God’s grace.
This is our seventh and final video. The midnight hour approaches. If you can give, please do so while you still can receive your tax deduction for 2022. Thank you to all who have taken part, and remember, it’s still not too late for your year-end donation.
Click below for our latest video #7 and we include links to the others in case you missed them. These videos are fun adaptations of a Radio Theater production of “It’s A Wonderful Life.” You can also click on the button below to contribute.
“No one is born to be a failure. No one is poor who has friends.”
~ James Stewart
Great video clip brother Bob and TY for posting it, appreciate it & you,,,
Happy New Year to you & yours!
Absolutely LOVED watching ALL of these very cool, fun, heart-warming & sometimes heart breaking stories about that Catch family!