Feud (TV series)

Feud (TV series)

FEUD: Bette and Joan, the first installment of the new FX anthology series from Ryan Murphy, tells the story of the legendary rivalry between Joan Crawford (Jessica Lange) and Bette Davis (Susan Sarandon) during their collaboration on the Academy Award®-nominated thriller What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?, and well after the cameras stopped rolling. The series explores how the two women endured ageism, sexism, and misogyny while struggling to hang on to success and fame in the twilight of their careers.

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Plodding through this 8 part TV series felt like swimming in molasses. Needless to say asking the Lord why He had me watch this was a serious question. Though, as always, obedience to the Holy Spirit is where the abundant life is found and at the very, end-end as the credits rolled there it was – the joy of obedience.

Feud, the TV series, certainly gives one a glimpse of the coming violence and sex that fills the screen today it was seldom worth the watch and as a serious warning if you have any problems in your life with drinking please do not watch this TV series.

The TV series Feud about two narcissistic actor women, a-typical Hollywood personalities, with all the drinking, debauchery, sexual immorality, self-pity primadonna destruction that unsurprisingly takes place, there it was! That gem I was waiting upon jumped out for about 2 seconds. It was found at 0:58:35 in Episode 8 of Feud, the battle between Joan Crawford and Bette Davis.

Let me save you some time-wasting drink-unto-self-pity-smoke-till-you-cough-I don’t-get-the-credit-deserve-men-are-to-blame-but-Hollywood-is-still-worth-the-suffering-self-congradulating-movie-piece-we-all -have-come-to-expect and show you what it was that enlivened the mind to see. The daughter of Betty Davis eventually let God get hold and rescue her from the sin her mother wallowed in till that day of her death. Betty Davis smoked 100 cigarettes a day, etc. etc. etc.

As a born-again Christian, meaning loving Jesus, Betty Davis’ daughter told the truth and her mother never talked to her again.

a man’s enemies will be the members of his own household. (Matthew 10:36)

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If this would have happened in the City of Enumclaw Washington the Enumclaw Police would have framed up charges against the daughter, with good-old-King-County-Prosecutors relishing the chance to wall-in the frame up. See link below for proof. But all their persecutions change not one iota of  Truth in Jesus Christ – that the sins of others are never worth the fires of hell. All through-out history those who loved righteousness and holiness have never found family sins worth the cost of purity by following a Living God.

“I tell you the truth,” Jesus replied, “no one who has left home or brothers or sisters or mother or father or children or fields for me and the gospel will fail to receive a hundred times as much in this present age (homes, brothers, sisters, mothers, children and fields–and with them, persecutions) and in the age to come, eternal life.” (Mark 10:29-30)

 

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(hardtruth.us)—Feud is an American anthology television series for FX created by Ryan Murphy, Jaffe Cohen, and Michael Zam, presented as the dramatization of actual events. It premiered on March 5, 2017.

The first season, which consists of eight episodes, is subtitled Bette and Joan and chronicles the rivalry between Bette Davis and Joan Crawford during and after the production of their 1962 film What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?

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