This is a Faith-based film reviewed by Jacklyn A. Lo.
Faith in God
To move on to a relationship with a girl, he is baptized.
Despite this new life curve, he continues to solve problems in the same way as before – with his fists. Even in confession, Stuart’s speech is full of profanity.
Before that, to attract attention, a messenger is sent to him.
We do not know the details of whether this is a real person or a talking hologram, but he predicts to Stu the further development of events in his personal life. The stranger also warns Stuart not to drive that night. However, Stu ignores the weird guy’s warning and gets behind the wheel.
A series of strange coincidences on an almost empty road leads Stuart into a serious traffic accident. Again, our Higher Brothers are using their valuable resources to send Stu a message via the image of the Holy Virgin. The short conversation with the mother of Jesus should encourage Stu to move on with his life script no matter what.
But on the way to his further life goal, Stu faces a new obstacle – his physical health is threatened by a terminal illness. His flippant mother recommends that he spend the rest of his life in pleasure, but Stu has the guts to refuse this worthless idea. This challenge works for him as a Spiritual Choice toward Light.
A Choice toward Light always requires inner Spiritual Strength. The reward for this is improved consciousness.
He prefers to continue following his goal – to become a priest. During this troublesome journey, Stu constantly improves his consciousness. Besides other spiritual revelations, this enables him to understand not only the purpose of suffering but also its value.
1 Any change is formed by the Universal Law of Change
2 Courage is one of the Values of Light
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Learn more about the Spiritual Choice towards Light and its consequences in the novel Redemption.