The Gospel | Trailer | Chinese

The Gospel | Trailer | English

The Gospel

Mankind, bound by evil, ignorance and death, has longed for God's salvation to come.  Two thousand years ago, the Son of God, Jesus Christ, came to the world and became the Son of Man to die on the cross.  He resurrected three days later, bringing God's grace, truth and salvation to all humanity.  As a result, all who believe in Him shall be set free from the power of sin and death and become the children of God. 
The Gospel includes a prelude and four episodes:



An amazing universe...An amazing planet and people...An amazing new born child.



War, terror, and deteriorating moral values...In pursuing goodness, mankind is caught in evil.  Jesus came and lived a life with the grace that could only have come from God, shining his light on human darkness, forgiving men's sins and cleansing human iniquity.



Science enlightens mankind that our universe had a mysterious beginning which transcended time and space.  While seeking the truth, mankind finds themselves caught in despair.  Jesus came and spoke  truth that could only have come from God.  Jesus' truth is about the universe, and about life and death.



Everyone is dying and shall eventually die.  Even in pursuing life, mankind is constrained by death.  Jesus  came and did what only God could have done: healing incurable diseases, driving out demons, and raising the dead.   Jesus Himself died but conquered death and rose again, revealing to the world the path to eternal life.



Obsessed with a never-ending search, and yet unable to find the truth, mankind knows not what to search for.  But the One all humanity is searching for has already come.  The Word beckons humanity, and we need to receive Him according to His supernatural nature.


This is faith.  For all who received Him, to those who believed in His name, He gave the right to become children of God.


The Gospel

Four Episodes (3.5 Hours)

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Language:  Mandarin, Cantonese, English

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