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Actor Humphrey Bogart didn’t say, “Play it again, Sam” in the 1942 movie “Casablanca.” His co-star, Ingrid Bergman, told the pianist on “Rick’s Cafe Americain Nightclub”: “Play it once, Sam, for old time’s sake. Play ‘As Time Goes By.'” The misquote is memorable. But how do people think Bogart I said?

“Me Tarzan, you Jane.” This quote is explained by an interview in which actor Johnny Weissmuller said that his role in “Tarzan the Ape man” did not require his acting skills. Explainable, yes, but he didn’t provide the quote in the movie.

William Shatner, who plays Captain Kirk in the “Star Trek” TV series and movies, didn’t say “Beam me up, Scotty” in either of them.

What did Tom Hanks’ character “Forrest Gump” say about a box of chocolate? Search the web to see if what Gump said in the movie is what you heard. These are harmless misquotes, but sometimes a misquote from a real person can change a human outcome.

WebSearch, Matthew 28:16-20. Jesus, three days after his crucifixion and death, defeated death. He appeared to the eleven surviving disciples of his, just as he foretold. The disciple Matthew quoted the risen Jesus. You will not find, “Now go and make the Christian Church grow”, among the words of Jesus. However, many Christians believe that Jesus commanded his disciples to do this. Rather, he told his disciples to go out and make more disciples (I think the meaning is “into”) all the nations. This command opened the way to salvation for all, not just the Hebrew people to whom Jesus was sent. These verses are known as “The Great Commission.”

Mateo wrote what he heard (just as he remembered it). Matthew also wrote Matthew 18:20, which (I believe) describes the Christian Church as at least two persons cooperating to worship God (in three persons: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit). Jesus said in these verses that he would be there with them. That fits with verse 20 of Matthew 28:16-20. To me the emphasis seems to be on a disciple who knows and can teach the commandments of Jesus to another person who is willing to learn, accept and obey the teaching, thus allowing that second person to become a disciple and teach another person. . .

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