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Film Review: The Wandering Day

If you are reading this review on the Sabbath, then I would like to wish you a Sabbath filled with grace from the Lord to stand on His Word, every day, no matter the consequence.

This week’s review is for the film, The Wandering Day, by LLT Productions.


Religious Liberty and Minority Rights were threatened by an international movement to reform the calendar. Caught up in the conflict were a few Jewish and Protestant dissenters who recognized that calendar reform would strike directly at the religious observance of all who maintain a weekly day of worship.

The Wandering Day spotlights the clash of ideas about minority rights, freedom of conscience, and religious liberty.


The Wandering Day is another example of how God moves to protect His Word. What we, as Christians, must always remember is to seek Him in prayer and not try and rely on our own strength. I am reminded of the Bible verse from Exodus 14:14 - The Lord will fight for you; you need only to be still. I am also reminded of Psalm 46:10. He says, “Be still, and know that I am God, I will be exalted among the nations, I will be exalted in the earth.”

This powerful account of the religious liberty crisis of 1931, also reminds me of the Book of Job, where there is a lot of dialogue, accusations and human wisdom - then the Lord speaks and puts a spotlight on the folly of man’s wisdom.

The Wandering Day is a must see!

Thank you for reading this review. Until next time - peace be with you.

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There is Christian media out there that honours the Word of God - you just have to make a determined effort to pick and choose. RFM reviews are based on the films that have focus on the Bible and the Christian values we are supposed to live by, by God's grace.

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