Last night, Charity and I finally had the opportunity to watch the last episode of LOST. Wednesday we had church and only watched the introductory show. What a ending? I loved the show. In fact, I would never have been a LOST fan if it was not for my brother. Charity and I watched the first episode but never got into the series. But my brother bought us the DVD’s of season one. We began to watch them and became huge fans. Personally, I loved the contrast of John Locke and Jack. Locke operates through faith and Jack through reason. There is a big purpose to the island, where Jack is just trying to get rescued from the island. The show pictured Jack in a way that stated that it was best for Jack to have remained on the island. I am not sure what will happen next season, in fact, I am not sure what happened in Jack’s life. It seemed to be a future flash in his life, but his father in the flashes was still alive. Who knows? As a Christian I relate with Locke, in that my life is guided by “fate” (Locke’s term, “providence” my term). There is a inter-connectivity with those on the island to one another as well as too the island. This is systems theory for a individualistic world. I agree with Locke, we all have a purpose, and God has a plan for us. God is weaving a life in all of us.
- Long Journey Ending
- Review of “The Lost City of Z”
- How Do You Look to the Lost
- Ignoring The Lost
- Equipped to Reach the Lost