“And if I go and prepare a place for you, I will come again and receive you to Myself; that where I am, there you may be also” (John 14:3).
Harriet is a biography about the lady abolitionist Harriet Tubman who helped conduct The Underground Railroad. She led slaves to freedom. It is a gut wrenching story of truth parallel to The Gospel and born witness by Harriet, nicknamed “Moses,” who sacrifices her life in The Name of GOD.
It is a remarkably worthy movie. Harriet listens to Jesus’ Voice to lead slaves through the woods to the North where freedom is guaranteed. The southern farmers demanded slaves be treated as property like livestock with market prices. The trade and ownership was lucrative. Freedom was at a high cost.
Born March 1822, Harriet’s last words at age 91 on 10 March 1913 surrounded by loved ones were, “I got to go prepare a place for you.” She led over 820 slaves (70 alone and 750 with the army) to freedom. She served in the United States military in the Union as a spy and leading combat during the Civil War.
The movie is worth the two (2) hours of fascinating adventures from slavery to freedom with GOD guiding the people through Harriet in the back woods to safety and new lives.
Harriet Tubman was faithful to Jesus.
The LORD Is Faithful to His children.
PRAYER: Father GOD, in Jesus’ Name help us lead at least one more person to You, our Christ, Salvation, Anointed One, Messiah. Amen.
Blessings in The Most High