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Kirk Cameron Tells Students to 'Perform for Audience of One'
Actor/producer Kirk Cameron had a captive audience at Liberty University on Monday, as he visited with students of the new Liberty University Cinematic Arts, Zaki Gordon Center, who were among the first to watch a sneak preview of his upcoming film project.
‚ÄúI encourage you: have convictions, have standards, don‚Äôt let others set them for you. They will set the bar too low,‚ÄĚ he told students. ‚ÄúSet the bar high and perform for an audience of One (God)‚ÄĒand you‚Äôll get the applause of Heaven; you can just trust God to take care of everybody else. That‚Äôs the motto I go by.‚ÄĚ
Cameron struck up a relationship with the school and with Falwell after his first visit to Liberty in October 2012, when he was a guest speaker for Convocation.
‚ÄúWe began talking about ways that we might be able to help each other further our respective missions,‚ÄĚ Cameron said. ‚ÄúWhat we have in common is that we want to impact...
I understand what you are saying but the truth stands that no matter who we are edifying we have one God, one Judge and one Savior whom will stand before one day. The point being made brother Cameron is doctrinal and sound. Romans 14.12 says " So then everyone of us shall also give account of himself to God.." The next verse, God says not to lay a stumbling block before our brothers as well. I enjoyed reading the comment friend. Continue in the faith and may God bless.
If I stood up to sing a solo in my church it would soon be an audience of one as all else would leave in horror. God only requires that I make a joyful noise and sing in the Spirit. A movie performance or a solo in church has another audience which we are trying to bless and edify. True, it should be done to glorify God alone, but those to whom it is supposed to minister need not be left out of the equation.