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Critical Analysis Worthy of Being Called In Ephesians 41-3 we read As a prisoner of the Lord I urge you to live a life worthy of the calling you have received Be completely humble and gentle be patient bearing with one another in love Make every effort to keep the unity of the Spirit through the Lord Jesus Christ NIV 909 In the movie A River Runs Through It directed by Robert Redford the father of Norman and Paul Maclean is the pastor of a Presbyterian Church along the Big Blackfoot river in Missoula Montana Through Reverend Macleans humble and gentle character and the way he lives his life with patience and love he demonstrated that he is worthy of being called a man of God Reverend Maclean devoted his life to God and the gentle art of fly-fishing Through the tranquility of the river and the beauty of his cast we discover how he picks up Gods gentle rhythm Man is a mess by nature only by picking up Gods rhythms will we be able to regain power and beauty To him all good things including trout as well as eternal salvation come by grace grace comes by art and art is not easily acquired A River Through the art of fly-fishing Reverend Maclean found his connection with God In hope that his sons would someday find and understand Gods grace He taught them to cast in a way that they became one with the river and all of nature surrounding them hoping that this would strengthen their relationship with God The second attribute of Reverend Macleans character that shows he is a man of God is his humble walk with the Lord This is demonstrated through the analogy of the traditional walks along Big Blackfoot with his sons On these walks he would feel his soul restored and his imagination stirred A River Reverend Maclean was able to do this by listening
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