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‘God’s Children Are Not for Sale’—Jim Caviezel Says Mel Gibson Wept While Viewing ‘Sound of Freedom’

Reciting words from Walt Huntley’s poem “God’s Hall of Fame,” Caviezel said, “’Your name may not appear down here in this world’s Hall of Fame. In fact, you may be so unknown that no one knows your name.'”

“The Oscars and the praise of men may never come your way, but don’t forget God has rewards that he’ll hand out someday,” Caviezel continued.

The crowd on Earth will “soon forget the heroes of the past,” Caviezel said, “[but] not God—he never does forget—and in his Hall of Fame, by just believing on his Son forever, there’s your name.”

“I tell you, friend, I wouldn’t trade my name, however small,” Caviezel concluded. “It’s written there beyond the stars in that celestial hall. For all the famous names on earth and the glory that they share, I’d rather be an unknown here and have my name up there.”

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Angel Studios believes the message of “Sound of Freedom” is so important that they don’t want finances to be the reason for anyone to not see the film. Therefore, Angel Studios set up a Pay It Forward program that allows a person to purchase a ticket for someone else who may otherwise not be able to afford one at this time.

If you’d like to Pay It Forward for someone, or would like to see the movie for free, see details here.