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Comments about the soundtrack for The Passion of the Christ (John Debney)

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Watch it with your heart
• Posted by: Mike   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Thursday, February 10, 2005, at 1:07 p.m.
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This movie has raised a lot of discussions and many think that it is not exactly in terms of the Bible, others say it is too bloody, it cannot be watched as a movie. I think this movie cannot be watched with the mind, but with the heart, to see and understand the meaning of it. It really gives an ideea of what Jesus has been through in his last moments of his life, but also illustrates very well a lot of verses in the Bible which say about what he was to go through, that He was to be hanged on wood, and the Bible says that cursed is he who is hanged on wood, reffering to what Paul said that through a curse He saved us, that he took all our sins and diseases inside of Him, then the verse of Isaiah that says He was crushed for our transgressions, that none of His bones were to be broken, as a proof He was a sacrifice for our sins in front of God to forgive us, then all the prophecies of David, who has been through simillar situations, writing of them and crying to God for help. He knew he was not to be forsaken. So he was not forsaken, the same was Christ and the same are His believers today. The key of all this is that Christ was killed by His own people who denied Him after recieving Him as a prophet, after healing the people, preaching the Truth and doing miracles for them to help. That He was so quiet when He was receiving hits from the romans, or that He was so mild when carying the cross and all those people hitting him with stuff and rejecting Him show that He was the Lamb of God, the One John the Babtist talked about. He stands as a miracle, He is alive and His word is fulfilling properly, exactly like the Bible says. He always stood as a miracle and always will stand as a miracle. This movie is a gift from God to open hearts on Earth. The soundtracks bring the spectator in front of the cross, especially when Christ is crucified, and the nails get through His hands, the music is calm. Very interesting aspect.

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