This is the finale of the previous two Anakin Skywalker movies, Star Wars: The Fall and Star Wars: Tribulation. One of the most fundamental items to understand about the Star Wars Saga is that it is not just a battle between rebels and an empire, it is all about the redemption of one man, Anakin Skywalker.
The Star Wars Saga was probably one of the best film series ever created and had an amazing recovery theme. Below is a short summary of the overall movie from Wikipedia:
Star Wars is an American epic space opera franchise centered on a film series created by George Lucas. It depicts the adventures of various characters “a long time ago in a galaxy far, far away”, mostly involving, but not limited to, the rise and fall of Anakin Skywalker.
In this final part of the Star Wars Redemption Trilogy, we see Darth Vader continue to struggle with the fact that he has a son and the Emperor (the addiction) wants to cause harm to his son after years of tormenting Darth Vader. Many of us in recovery have felt the Holy Spirit speak to us about our children and the effects that our addiction had on them. For Darth Vader, it is just the same. A struggle continues inside of Darth Vader. He knows he has lost a lot to the Dark Side, his first master, Qui-Gon Jinn murdered by a Sith, his mother, Schmi Skywalker murdered by evil Sand People, and even his wife, Padmé Amedala who dies from a broken heart after Anakin chooses the Dark Side. Now there is a possibility of losing his son Luke to the Dark Side, aka the unhealthy lifestyle. Will he draw the line and say this problem ends with him, or will he allow the addiction to continue and pass on to his son? Can someone so vile and evil be redeemed or is he destined to live a life of anger and rage?
One of the things I explain to my daughters is that my own personal story is a lot like Anakin Skywalker’s. A lot of bad stuff happened to me when I was a child that formed me into an unhealthy individual that made a lot of bad choices. For 30 years, I was involved in unhealthy behaviors. But like Anakin, I was redeemed from my past with the help of the “Son” Jesus Christ and now do good for the Lord. My small children seem to understand this and have compassion on Darth Vader rather than fear him. Maybe we should all have compassion on those that have fallen into the pit. After all, if I, “Darth Vader” can be redeemed than anyone can. I hope you enjoy watching this video as much as I enjoyed creating it. As always, take what you like and leave the rest.
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