O be careful little eyes what you seeThere has been a lot of buzz about a new movie that is coming out. Some would say it is harmless. Some would say it's just entertainment. Some think it's something it's not. Y'all know what I'm talking about. 50 Shades of Grey.
O be careful little eyes what you see
There's a Father up above
And He's looking down in love
So, be careful little eyes what you see
O be careful little ears what you hear...
O be careful little hands what you do...
O be careful little feet where you go...
O be careful little mouth what you say...
I don't want to talk a whole lot on this subject, but I feel that I need to say something. Friends, please, do your research before going to the movie. See what the actors playing the characters have to say. See what doctors who have analyzed the words have said. See the reviews of the book and the movie. Not just the raving ones of those who "absolutely love it." Read the ones of women and men who you look up to. Read the ones of those who didn't like it.
Most of all, think of what is in the book and the movie. Not the "love story." Think of those scenes that you skipped over because they were just a little too graphic. Ask yourself what you were feeling.
Was is true? Was it pure? Was it holy? (Philippians 4:8)
O be careful little eyes what you see.For the things that you see and hear will surely affect you in more ways than you would think.
O be careful little ears what you hear.
Keep on keeping on.
P.S. In no universe will a woman change a man. Only God can change someone and only when that person wants to change. Been there. Done that. Please don't fall in the trap that you can "help"/change a person. If a guy/girl is a cheater, he/she will cheat on you. If a guy/girl is a liar, he/she will lie to you. If a guy/girl is abusive (in any way), he/she will abuse you. In the end, you will be the one changed.
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