The previous Thor movies were easily some of the weakest of all the MCU films, but Thor: Ragnarok (3rd in the Thor series) is different from the previous Thor movies. The movie includes a pretty nice cast including Jeff Goldblum, Mark Ruffalo, Anthony Hopkins, and Cate Blanchett among others. This is one of the things I enjoyed about the movie: Everyone plays their parts great, and create for an enjoyable movie viewing experience. The movie has plenty of action, and humor, and in that aspect it reminded me much of the Guardians of the Galaxy movies which are both highly enjoyable. It’s really a comedy first, and than an action movie second. Don’t get me wrong though, it is it’s own movie. This is the 17th MCU movie, and at some point you think they would make fun of themselves, and here they sort of do that, and it doesn’t come off weirdly either, but is done so nicely. Some may critique the use of humor where they think it may not belong, as there is a lot of it, but I think it makes up for the past Thor movies where we didn’t get such a strong culmination. Overall, Thor: Ragnarok is everything this viewer wants to see from a superhero film, and thinks it is easily the best in the Thor series. You would be making a mistake if you don’t see it so I would give it an 8.4/10 rating.
#4 Booker T
Indeed, Booker T has had a notable wrestling career, and a corridor of notoriety commendable one as well, regardless of that, Booker simply didn’t put his earnest attempts forward in the organization, as he regarded his stay in TNA as an excursion, in this manner prompting why he is on the rundown. One title he failed to catch here was the TNA World Title.
#3 Scott Steiner
TNA depended on legends from the past to create name quality and acknowledgment for their item. Scott Steiner worked for TNA under a couple unique administrations and gave stimulation, every time. Steiner was set in a couple of headliner storylines, working with Kurt Angle, Sting, and Christian Cage, yet never entered the world title picture, which is a touch of astounding considering the 90’s stars that have held the title.
While numerous youthful, crisp ability in TNA were dynamite, tragically just not very many could push through to make it. One X-Division star had what numerous felt was a breakout execution, when Kazarian had a break out singles coordinate that didn’t go anyplace. He would have a breakout match with Christian Cage in a ladder match, which numerous thought would prompt a singles push. Once more, however Kazarian would at the end of the day end up at a glass ceiling. He was never regarded as a sensible contender for the World Title.
#1 Christopher Daniels
While the “Phenomenal One” AJ Styles and Samoa Joe deservedly earned the recognition as top stars of the organization being in must see matches on each PPV and Impact, Daniels effortlessly fits into this comparison. The three took TNA to new statures in the mid 2000’s with their exhibitions. Daniels was an unwavering and enormous wrestler for TNA, however was never given the distinctions of winning the world title. It didn’t make a difference how often Daniels was enhanced, or rebranded, TNA never had faith in him enough. It is such a disgrace.
If Calvinism were true, if our fates are pre determined, and if there is absolutely nothing we can do about anything because God is sovereign (which I do agree with) than what is the point of any of life? What is the point of doing ministry, evangelizing? That is my understanding of the doctrine, if it is a faulty one, please correct me. This is just something that has been on my mind, lately. I wanted to address this and what it means in terms of evangelizing, as this is a must for every Christ follower. I have yet to come to a complete understanding of the subject of God’s sovereignty, myself, but have an idea or Biblical understanding, myself.
God is sovereign, he does not force his will or ways on his creation (man) because he respects and loves us all. God gives us free will. (Prov 16:9, Rev 3:20, Prov 16:1, Deut 11:26-28, 2 Peter 3:9)
OK, I realize it’s been a while since I posted on here. I apologize for that. Just as I wrote the last time, and (for those who know me) would expect, I’m in college. When we last left off, I had asked for you to pray for me as I was going on a retreat.
Now that we have laid that out, I first want to thank you for your prayers. Now onto the main subject of this post: The retreat. Here I am, 3 weeks later finally writing about the amazing retreat I was on.
I really don’t know where to start off with this, so I guess I will just write. I went with a friend’s college BSM, during the weekend of October 3-4. The weekend featured plenty of fellowship, food, worship, small group, personal quiet time with God, testimonies, preaching, and group/teamwork.
As you might expect, it featured many of the things most retreats do. It’s always awesome to see God at work (in any way, I should add) but especially in retreats. It was a time we got to spend away from the community, and left behind many of the normal everyday distractions that often compete with our attention to God.
Here are a couple things I feel I should add: Retreats are necessary for the Christian, especially today now more than ever with all the distractions in our world. Retreats are necessary, yes, and you probably get what you would call a “Spiritual high” after attending these, but don’t live based solely off of emotions. The Christian’s relationship with God the Father shouldn’t be like a Middle School relationship. Delight daily in Christ, and hide yourself in his word each day, and learn to number your days, for we know not our timetables.
Greetings, I haven’t abandoned the blog. I have been a little busy with school. Next weekend I’ll be away on a retreat in Glen Rose. I ask that you pray for me.