Son of God DVD :From producers Mark Burnett and Roma Downey comes Son of God - the most important chapter of the Greatest Story Ever Told for a whole new generation of families to enjoy. Acclaimed Portuguese actor Diogo Morgado delivers a spectacular portrayal of Jesus as this powerful and inspirational feature film depicts the life of Christ, from His humble birth through His teachings, crucifixion and ultimate resurrection.
Son of God Book: For a brief span of time the Son of God walked among us, ate with us, laughed and cried with us. Jesus, God Himself, became one of us, and ultimately died for us. He gave his life for our sins and on the third day rose again, so that we might rise again from the death of sin and live with him forever. Now, with Son of God: The Life of Jesus Christ in Pictures, immerse yourself in that time. Witness his miracles, listen to his divine teachings, and walk with him on the road to Calvary as he carries out the redemptive plan for mankind.
In these pages, read informative and inspiring profiles of key biblical figures. And discover the background and meaning of key events from Jesus’ life, including his birth in a manger, baptism in the Jordan, calling of Peter, sermon on the mount, miraculous healings, rising of Lazarus,Institution of the Eucharist, Passion and Death, Triumphant Resurrection, and much more.
Featuring more than 50 full color photographs from the major motion picture Son of God and a Foreword by producer and star Roma Downey, this life of Christ is a beautiful, inspirational, and devotional journey with Jesus from his humble birth to his passion and death to his triumphant resurrection.
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Son of God DVD
Son of God: The Life of Jesus Christ in Pictures
|By:||Henry Wood (Staunton, August 12, 2014)|
|Review:||I have seen the movie and thoroughly enjoyed the movie. It makes you feel the passion of our Lord as he was tempted, beaten, and nailed to the cross only to rise in Glory and be with His Father. This is a must see movie not only for Catholics but for all. I would recommend this movie to be showed and discussed in a group session or even for Sunday school lessons.|