Recognize this week’s title from the line of a famous movie? The original 1984 Terminator movie pits a robotic cyborg-villain played by Arnold Schwartzenegger on a quest to kill Sarah Connor, played by actress, Linda Hamilton. The Terminator goes on a terror path of death and destruction in his efforts to destroy Sarah.
Famously, the Terminator enters the police station and tells the desk sergeant that he’s a friend of Sarah Connor. The dialog goes like this:
I’m a friend of Sarah Connor. I was told she was here. Could I see her please?
No, you can’t see her. She’s making a statement.
Where is she?
It may take a while. Want to wait? There’s a bench over there.
[looks around, examining the structural integrity of the room, then looks back at him] I’ll be back.
We all know what happens next….where the cyborg drives a car through the front door of the police station. Luckily, Sarah escapes!
As I was reading through our homework for this week, Chapter 13-14, there’s an inference to Satan in our lives that reminded me of this movie. In Chapter 13, our author refers to Satan’s efforts as first a “disguise“, then a “division“, and lastly a “destruction“. The only difference, perhaps, is that Satan hardly ever comes into our lives as ominous as the Terminator!
Jason Schubert leads us this week and will discuss Chapters 13-14 from our book, “Act Like Men”. Gather starting at 7:30 am at the Cornwell Center. Jason will kick things off at 7:45 am.
I hope you’ll all “be back” this week!……