I’m Not Ashamed is the most inspiring movie that I have EVER watched. It made me cry. You’re probably like, Okay, whatever, it made her cry. No. IT. MADE. ME. CRY. And for those of you out there who don’t know me well enough, just ask some of my close friends/family and they’ll tell you that movies almost never make me cry. But this one did.
We watched I’m Not Ashamed on New Year’s Eve, 2017. Don’t even ask me why I am just now writing this-I don’t even know what took me so long to do this. But you know that amazing feeling you get when you watch an awesome movie, and then realize that it’s now your 1# favorite? Please don’t tell me I’m the only one, because that is exactly how I felt.
There I was, snuggled close to my mom and surrounded by my two younger siblings and dad, just shaking with sobs. I kept my crying quiet until I got in bed, and that was when I covered my head with my blanket and just let it all out. I pulled my personal journal and prayer journal out from my pile of books on my small window sill and wrote these words: Jan. 1st, 2018 – 12:54 A.M. Dear Journal, Today, I rededicated my life to God. I can’t believe how selfish I’ve been. I need to take action and shine for Jesus, just like Rachel Joy Scott. I need to not care what others think, but to forgive everyone. To love everyone. -Keziah ❤
I’m Not Ashamed truly changed my life. It made me more aware of the hurting people around me. It made me realize that I needed to share Jesus with he people around me, and to not be ashamed of Jesus. Sure, I still struggle with what I did then, but it’s made me more aware. With all of the unclean, nasty and R-rated movies that are now on the market, this is one of those beautiful movies that shows that there still are Christian filmmakers out there.
And so, I highly recommend that you watch this movie. It IS rated PG-13, so it is best to be watched by older viewers (I would recommend 13 and up), but it is SO good. Watch it today – you will NOT regret it.
Cheers! -Keziah ❤
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HEY!!! I'm Keziah (pronounced kuh-zy-uh)!! I'm young, I'm married and I love Jesus. I also love anything vintage, reading, writing, dancing, historical re-enacting and so much more. I'm a firm believer in being able to accomplish most anything with discipline and that life is full of joy we don't often comprehend until we have lost it. Can't wait to get to know you!!! ♡♡
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