The Hope of Heaven

Chapter 10 of TMOF explains how Olaf represents Christ. Olaf’s scene about hope for summer represents Christ’s hope for heaven.

A full description of the 2 minute scene is here. These are just a few of the details about Olaf’s summer scene:

  • The cloud in the blue sky is shaped like Olaf. This represents Christ placing his heart in heaven.
  • Olaf holds a glass of red juice with ice shaped liked himself. The glass is the cup of Christ. The Olaf-shaped ice immersed in red juice represents Christ’s decent into hell.
  • The beach represents hell.
  • The first seagull that greets Olaf represents Abraham.
  • Olaf visits four sandmen on the beach. They represent Adam, Eve, John the Baptist, and King Solomon.
  • Olaf bathing with the snowball-man represents the baptism of Christ by John the Baptist.

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A Gift of Chocolate

From Chapter 8 of TMOF

At the ball, a relaxed Elsa is introduced as the Queen of Arendelle. Princess Anna is then announced as she humbly waits to be invited to the elevated platform. After some encouragement by the announcer, Anna steps onto the platform and stands next to Elsa. It is clear by Anna’s hesitation, that the two sisters don’t understand each other. Elsa keeps her distance due to her secret ice powers, and Anna misunderstands the reason behind Elsa’s secrecy. Yet, they both love chocolate.

A scent of chocolate breaks the ice between Elsa and Anna. This is the first time, since they were children, that they’ve bonded. They both enjoy the smell of chocolate, a worldly pleasure, yet also a gift from God. This scent represents the celebration as a whole. It is a gift in this reborn world, three years after the death of their parents. The promise of peace on earth is realized with worldly prosperity, good when accepted as a gift from God.

As long as we live in this world, we will never understand each other. No two men will ever agree about anything. In heaven, we will know everything. It is difficult to love someone we don’t understand. The same is true of Anna and Elsa. Yet, there are comforts created by God, reminding us that we are brothers and sisters. These comforts bring joy and peace, helping us to forget misunderstandings.

Despite the evil in this world, everything God created is good. Solomon compares the comfort of God to a grove of flowers. Although the grove of flowers is pleasing to the flesh, it is created from God’s love. The same is true of chocolate. The scent of fresh baked chocolate filled the ballroom, making Anna and Elsa forget their differences, and simply love each other. The true meaning of chocolate is that it represents the fulfillment of the peace on earth and good will toward men announced by the angels to the shepherds on the day Christ was born.

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The link between Frozen and the Bible

Chapter 8 describes how Mary of Bethany is represented by Anna. If this is true (and it is true), then Frozen must be the gospel of Christ. After Mary of Bethany anointed Jesus, he said, “Verily I say unto you, Wheresoever this gospel shall be preached throughout the whole world, this also that she hath done shall be spoken of for a memorial of her.” Mark 14:9

The claim that Frozen is the gospel of Christ seems impossible, but the Holy Spirit dwells in us and performs works of the Holy Father. For the faithful, Jesus Christ is the Lord, and we must be humble and watchful when he speaks. This is exhaustively explained throughout TMOF.

The following scene is when Anna gave Olaf his carrot nose. This scene represents Mary of Bethany anointing the body of Christ. This is the link between the gospel of Christ and Frozen, because Mary of Bethany (as Anna) is memorialized according to his promise. The worldwide popularity of Frozen adds yet more proof that it is his Word. Jesus said, “And this gospel of the kingdom shall be preached in all the world for a witness unto all nations; and then shall the end come.” Matt 24:14

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