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- Languages: Arabic, Cantonese, English, Farsi(Persian), French, Hindi, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Mandarin, Nepali, Polish, Portuguese, Punjabi, Russian, Somali, Spanish, Tagalog, Tamil, Thai, Turkish, Urdu, Vietnamese
- Run Time: 67 minutes
- Subtitles: English
- Region Code: 1
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The Story of Jesus: Through the Eyes of Children DVD
In The Story of Jesus: Through the Eyes of Children DVD it's shown how Caleb, Sara, Benjamin, Nathan, Leah and Joel, children who might've been present when Jesus was on earth, observe and experience Jesus' story. Accompany these kids who live in Jerusalem that have heard the stories of Jesus of Nazareth who heals the ailing and lifts the asleep. They attempt to understand it all since some of their families do believe Jesus is Son of God and the rest don't. They follow Jesus and learn of this magnificent man who love children and those around him. The children see Him unfairly accused, crucified and pronounced dead. All of them remember Jesus' promise of rising from the dead and seeing them again. Kids of all ages will love this genuine description of Jesus' story through the eyes of children.åÊ
What families love about The Story of Jesus: Through the Eyes of Children DVD
To many The Story of Jesus: Through the Eyes of Children DVD has been a great instrument to introducing Jesus to their kids and show them the importance of inviting and accepting Him into their hearts and lives. A film to be enjoyed as a family. Because the movie is shown and told through eyes of children they add to the story with their feeling and their own childlike words. The children are still grasping the meaning and significance of who Jesus is and His words plus the injustice remarks towards Him that lead to the crucifixion. It‰ۡóÁÌ_åÈs a great film for children since it carries out the message without any harsh images that are shown in several movies about the crucifixion. The Story of Jesus: Through the Eyes of Children movie gives kids an opportunity to get to know the Gospel and how Jesus lived. The film takes the story beyond anything ever done, kids are part of Jesus' years offering the message of repentance and salvation. For many families, specifically children, it has served as a break from the violence and adult themes that can be present in modern television and video games. A prayer is shown at the end of the movie which adds a compromise to it.
Jesus from The Story of Jesus: Through the Eyes of Children and His encounter with children
In that moment Jesus from The Story of Jesus: Through the Eyes of Children movie and the apostles had just departed Capernaum and entered the region of Judea since it was his final trek towards Jerusalem. When He arrived in the region of Judea, He healed the ailing and answered questions asked by Pharisees that were around in the moment. In a small town Jesus was walking through, villagers began bringing their kids towards Jesus for Him to pray for them and bless them. The apostles by watching all the parents and children near Jesus, they reprimanded them telling them to not bother Jesus.
Jesus from The Story of Jesus: Through the Eyes of Children DVD was bothered with those remarks said by the apostles so he says to his followers "Let the little children come to me, and do not hinder them, for the kingdom of God belongs to such as these. I tell you the truth, anyone who will not receive the kingdom of God like a little child will never enter it." (Luke 18:16-17, NIV). After saying those special words He took the children close to him and blessed them. This encounter of Jesus from The Story of Jesus: Through the Eyes of Children movie and the children mentioned in the books of the Bible like Matthew, Mark and Luke have different perspectives on the encounter but its message is the same. In the moment where the apostles dismissed the adults and their children proved that they did not understand. Maybe in their minds as dismissing the children, they thought they were protecting Jesus, His decency, not wanting Him to be bothered. The children with their innocent trust and confidence had a heavenly outlook in contrast to the disciples in that occasion. Jesus loved kids because of their innocence. Their simple, giving trust and lack of disdain was of great value to Him. There He taught everyone around that to enter heaven there is no need of academic intelligence, praiseworthy achievements or how much money the person had. To enter it only required faith in the Lord Most High. Quickly after the lesson, it is written that Jesus advised a rich young man to be humble. The man went away unhappy because he trusted his wealth more than having that trust in God. Here he continues the subject of being like a child while accepting the Gospel.
This story of the children with Jesus presented in the Bible and in The Story of Jesus: Through the Eyes of Children film serves as a standard to follow because it shows the type of faith people need to have. Sometimes people tend to make their spiritual life and relationship with Jesus more difficult than it should be. It is of the utmost importance to look at ourselves and analyze if we have the childlike belief and faith to rely on Jesus and only Him to be able to enter God's kingdom in Heaven.åÊ
Additional info on The Story of Jesus: Through the Eyes of Children DVD
The Story of Jesus: Through the Eyes of Children DVD runs for approximately 1 hour and 2 minutes. Since the movie is part of the All Nations Series, the film includes 24 languages including Spanish, Arabic, Tamil, Japanese, Russian, Italian, Punjabi, Thai, Mandarin, Farsi, Turkish, Korean, Tagalog, Polish, Indonesian, Portuguese, English, Urdu, Nepali, Hindi, Vietnamese, Somali, and Cantonese. Directing the film is John Schmidt (A Vow to Cherish) and it stars Brian Deacon (The Jesus Film), Mikael Ayele (Night Shift), Rishi Kumar and Sofie Melograno. Besides the film, The Story of Jesus: Through the Eyes of Children DVD includes a featurette about the process of making the movie and it comes with bookmarks.