Church Video Illustrations about Salvation
Media Collection of Church Videos, Sermon Video Illustration, Mini-Movies and Films
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We all shine a light and that light symbolizes God’s love. We all possess the power in helping others shine their light for the good of mankind.
On Palm Sunday we celebrate the triumphal entry of Jesus Christ; the day the great crowd gathered in Jerusalem to welcome their king. But Jesus wasn’t the kind of king they were expecting. This worship intro is perfect for the Easter season, especially your Palm Sunday service.
Paul reminds us in Galatians 5:1 that Christ has set us free, but it’s very easy to fall back into slavery. This mini-movie, featuring the song "Beautiful Things" by Gungor, is a powerful reminder that we have been set free.
By: The Sound Tank
To know the real value of Freedom, one must know the truth of the following statement "Some gave all while all gave some." Christ gave his all to give you freedom and salvation. Likewise some men and women had to give all of themselves so that you and I can have the freedom we enjoy today. Reflect and be grateful. Look at the cross to what freedom costs. If you want people to get the chills, and instill a sense of pride in our country and military, this is the one! This gripping, patriotic film short is great to honor vets, remember the fallen and teach kids the price of their freedom.
“Today, if you hear his voice, do not harden your hearts.” The writer of Hebrews is quoting David, “For he is our God and we are the people of his pasture, the flock under his care. Today, if you hear his voice, do not harden your hearts...” We can better understand this important scriptural phrase by visualizing the relationship between a shepherd and his sheep. A shepherd uses his voice to care for his flock. His calls lead them to pasture, water and shelter. In the same way, Jesus calls for souls to follow him.
By: FreeBridge Media
Easter is not just another holiday. It's a celebration. A celebration of Jesus defeating sin and death, conquering the grave and completing the work of Salvation. Easter is about life change and about remembering what Jesus has done for us. We need to remember what it's all about this Easter.
This Easter mini-movie illustrates the ways in which Christ was put to death for our sake. Imagery includes a crown of thorns, cross with purple fabric, wooden staff, nails & hammer, Calvary, and the tomb closing. It concludes with the resurrection complete with uplifting music and powerful messages of hope.
The prophet Isaiah uses the olive harvest as a metaphor to describe a coming judgment. In his description, the tree is the earth, the beating with rods is God's wrath and the falling olives are people. Isaiah’s message is two-fold, to give strong warning of judgment, but also to bring hope…there will be a remnant…a few olives will remain! The important question then is how can we be part of the remnant? In chapter 53, Isaiah reveals that salvation will come through the coming of a person—one who will take God’s wrath and punishment for sin upon himself.
By: Tim Kressin
Sometimes it feels as though sin has dominion over our life. However, through the Cross, we are given a new clean life, victory over sin and our scarred paper is replaced. A great video to show that Christ, through crucifixion and resurrection, he has paid our way and wiped us clean.
In all honesty, life has no meaning or purpose apart from God. It is not the miseries of life which make life miserable, but the life itself is miserable; that is why even the richest cannot be happy. However, in Christ, a man is transformed and has meaning and purpose such that misery is no longer a misery. Come to Christ and experience his offer of eternal life, here and now. In order to see the message of this film you have to get through the first half to see the reverse. This short video is a poem that demonstrates how God reverses the way we see things.
Scripture: Ephesians 2:1