Church Video Illustrations about Humility
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By: Tim Kressin
For so long, I thought I deserved something for living such a good life, for being perfect, for being a good person. However, when I did this, my pride threw me into far deeper sin than I ever thought. So what should I do, do nothing, and let Grace do everything. God has saved us from our pride, and saved us from ourselves. So the only way to being perfect, is through him. It is when THE I AM makes us perfect.
By: FreeBridge Media
At the very heart of worship is a life surrendered to God. It's in those moments, when we let go of everything and lay our lives down, that we truly answer the call to worship. Worship requires surrender. Surrender of self, surrender of all and a heartfelt desire to honor God with our whole life.
How highly do you think of yourself? Often we see ourselves one way but in reality live quite differently. This powerful video features the song "Dying Star" by Jason Upton.
You've seen the MasterCard "Priceless" ads on TV. Well, this one's a little different. It's time we all begin to acknowledge that being a Christians is more than words and mere appearance. Have fun playing this one in your service! Watch through to the end for the twist.
Scripture: James 2:20
This poignant Christmas mini-movie places the star of Bethlehem in modern day settings and speaks of how Christ followers show his light. In the prayer of the saints, the hearts of the meek, the mission of the faithful, the humility of a servant. His star still shines.
By: Beamer Films
Is God listening? Where is He in times of need? Why doesn't He answer prayer? This edgy illustration is a powerful, thought-provoking journey of a man struggling with prayer, faith, hope, love, life and his relationship to God. It is designed to generate discussion that is meant to challenge, bring forth worship, and to inspire while avoiding a neatly-wrapped conclusion.
Scripture: Philippians 4:4-4:9