For Thine Is the Kingdom
Courtney Vincent is a young ballerina with a brilliant future. But on the eve of her big tryout for the state ballet company, she rides her bike across the street and is hit by an oncoming car. Her knee is badly damaged. Though she will walk again, all her hopes of having a career as a ballerina are gone forever. Courtney refuses to believe it at first, but she is finally forced to admit that painful truth. As a result, she stops caring about everything, her friendships, her family, even God.
Whit convinces Courtney to take a trip in the Room of Consequence to see how tragic her life will be if she turns completely from God. Courtney finally understands that just because one gift was taken from her doesn’t mean her life is over, it is far better to be placed in God’s hands.
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- Was it wrong for Courtney to keep hoping she could still perform ballet after her accident?
- Courtney said that God would heal her knee “if He loves me.” Was she right?
- Why or why not?
- What does Romans 8:28 mean in saying that “God can work all things for good”?
|Andrew Vincent||John Lynd|
|Courtney Vincent||Sara Buskirk|
|Pastor Dean Jackson||Leland Bruno|
|Elaine Vincent||Carole Carl|
|Jenny Roberts||Natalie Babbitt|
|John Whittaker||Hal Smith|
|Doc Morton||Diane Michelle|
- In the wraps of this episode, different music is played. The music is similar to the music that Courtney plays in the Room of Consequence (as an adult).
- In this episode, the "wise man" (who said that our spiritual walk is much like a play where the actors on stage know only the scene they are in) that Whit talked about is C. S. Lewis.
- This is Courtney Vincent's first episode.
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