This episode, which ends Season One of The Chosen on a truly jubilant note, begins with the apostles drawing together, still confused, anxious for the Kingdom to come; and ends with Jesus' encounter ...
A washed-up former child star, forced to do community service at a local megachurch, pretends to be a Christian to land the part of Jesus in their annual Passion Play, only to discover that the most important role of his life is far from Hollywood.
A man named Jacques Mornard arrives in Mexico in 1940, claiming to be a Belgian who is fleeing the war in Europe to join his girlfriend, one of refugee Leon Trotsky's secretaries. But ... See full summary »
Powerful! It gets all the feels right without diverting from the true message of scripture.
A warning needs to be added, do not watch this without a tissue box nearby! I've watched the first four episodes multiple times now... and it still moves me. The first episode is especially powerful. The Chosen gives you the powerful experience of what an encounter with the walking Jesus Christ would be like if you were there. But the most important thing about The Chosen is that with the creative freedom it takes...it does try to add modern political agendas into its storyline. It stays true to the spirit of the Gospel scripture.
Must see!! Can't wait for the next episodes!
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