Change for a Dollar

Watch Full Screen – This mini-masterpiece will bless you!

H/T to my dear neighbor, Charlotte!
~LTG

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10 responses to “Change for a Dollar

  1. Sharon Knight, who wrote and directed this moving and effective mini-movie, should be “discovered” by Hollywood and the moneybags, especially the group in Hollywood who vow to make decent Christian movies.

     
  2. I had the same thoughts, Terry, especially why the main character didn’t go answer the “Help Wanted” sign himself.

     
  3. I understand the criticism about the beggar but believe the stronger and more important message is that every small act of kindness has a ripple effect. One never knows when your kind act or warm smile will make an intrinsic difference to someone. I think this video was beautifully done.

     
  4. I was thinking he was more in the line of what the Apostle Paul was speaking of when he wrote, “Be not forgetful to entertain strangers: for thereby some have entertained angels unawares” HEB13:2

     
    • That was my thought, he is an angel and the little boy recognized that… I found this profoundly moving, thanks for posting…

       
  5. Terry, this is your good deed for the day! Thanks for posting!

     
  6. Thank you so much for sharing my film CHANGE FOR A DOLLAR! I strive to make inspirational and family friendly films. I am working on raising funds for my next one and would like y=to invite you to be a part of it.
    Please consider donating one dollar to my fund. A Little bit goes a long way!
    Please click the link to donate and thank you so much!
    http://sharonwright.chipin.com/my-next-inspirational-film
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  7. I finally had time to watch this and thoroughly enjoyed it. I didn’t read the comments until after I had done so….didn’t read anything political into it. Even if you have nothing, you can make a difference in someone’s life. Liked it 🙂

     
  8. in response to your #1 comment, the only difference is that the there wasn’t a loaded gun pointed to the head of the working guy who “donated” in order to confiscate his “wealth” by a bunch of thugs (aka, the IRS). Thanks very much for pointing out the critical parallell to liberalism. As far as i’m concened , if the govenment “wants” my weath, they should ask for it and I would offer it up if I feel like it in the form of charity, not because they demand it.

     

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