THE GIRL WHO BELIEVED IN MIRACLES Trailer (2021) Mira Sorvino Family Movie
THE GIRL WHO BELIEVED IN MIRACLES Trailer (2021) Mira Sorvino Family Movie
THE GIRL WHO BELIEVED IN MIRACLES Trailer (2021) Mira Sorvino Family Movie
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Don’t be deceived. This movie is NOT Christian – it is Satanic. It denies Jesus as the savior of mankind, and denies the Cross. The film depicts a false god who "loves everyone" – so we don’t need a savior because God "loves us all"! That is calling Jesus a LIAR, because HE preached that men should REPENT, and fear God, and follow HIM for salvation!
My God this is powerful
She is gonna be a great con-artist when she grows up.
Believe,for miracles do come
These movies are great and all but as someone who has a chronic and terminal genetic condition, they breed a false sense of hope. I’ve been praying for my entire life, in order to be healed, my DNA and genes would need to change. Yes these films are beautiful and send a great message about belief and prayer. But in the end, they feel completely fake to me
Which of you when your son asks for bread, will give him a stone?
I am continually amazed at the comparison between movies of the world through Hollywood and movies of our Christian Faith.
Both sides are tasked with delivering a message and it’s obvious which side is doing a better job.
The world is telling people God does not exist and Jesus is just another ghandi. So when the people who are charged with spreading the gospel by making Faith based movies, decide to make them look so cheesy with over dramaticized music (honestly reminds me of the elves in LOTR with all the light and choral vocal music) and the sugary sweet rainbows and unicorns kind of hallmark moments, it will succeed in only one thing……..driving the people away……like running fast to get away from the amount of corny moments.
We HAVE the funding to make good Christian movies. We HAVE the ability to make good Christian movies. However it’s the people who write the script that need retraining.
Here is a few quotes by Jared C. Wilson…
1. Christian movies are not made by artists but propagandists.
I don’t mean that these projects aren’t carried about by people who know what they’re doing with cameras, lighting, etc. The visual quality of Christian movies has definitely increased over the last decade. The caliber of talent on both sides of the camera has increased, as well. So when I say Christian movies aren’t made by artists, I don’t mean they aren’t made by people who are good at their jobs. What I mean is that they are made by people who don’t really know what the job ought to be.
I tracked this shift most notably in Christian writing (fiction) about 20 years ago. We always wondered why there weren’t any more C.S. Lewises or G.K. Chestertons around. The truth is, there were — they just weren’t writing for the Christian market, because that market does not want art that communicates truth but art that is being used by a message. And there’s a difference. It is the difference between art and propaganda.
Christian movies are more akin to propaganda than art, because they begin with wanting to communicate some Christian theme — the power of prayer, the power of believing, the power of something — and then the story is crafted around that message. This is true even when the story is something based on a real-life incident. Delving into the depths of human character and motivation is subservient to getting the message across. This is why so much of the dialogue in Christian movies violates the classic writing proverb, "Show, don’t tell."
2. Christian movies take place in the imagined reality of Christian sentimentalism.
Characters in Christian movies don’t often sound like people in real life. They sound like how Christians imagine (or desire) real life to be. This is why the Christian protagonists are always earnest, even when they "don’t have all the answers," and why the non-Christian antagonists always sound like the one-dimensional memes Christians tilt against in their Facebook streams.
Dialogue between believers and unbelievers always trends upward toward the believers’ win column, not because that’s how real-life conversation usually goes, but because that’s how Christians want it to go in their minds. You know the debates that you play out in your daydreams where you inspire the team with your spirituality, "own" the atheist with your apologetics, or warm the heart of your cranky neighbor with your kindhearted wisdom? All of that gets to come to life as if it really happens in a Christian movie. It doesn’t have to sound real. It just has to sound like the real we imagine there to be.
3. Christian movies emphasize narrative tidiness over nuance.
There is a kind of prosperity gospel that pervades contemporary Christian art. It’s there in CCM radio, of course, and it’s all over Christian movies, including the ones based on true stories. The team has to win. The sick person has to defy the odds. (If you can get a sick person and a sports team in the same story, you’ve hit Christian movie gold.) The atheist professor must get owned. The unbelieving spouse must be converted. On and on it goes. Why? Because "if you just believe," you can win.
Christian movies have embraced a theology of glory rather than a theology of the cross. This is why, apart from inauthentic dialogue and stilted acting, Christian movies ring so untrue to ears tuned to reality. We know real life doesn’t work this way — even for believers. The world of Christian movies is uncomfortable sitting in the ambiguity of suffering, confusion, or chaos for too long. But if we must have Christian movies, they above all others, should be brave enough to tell us the truth, which is messier than what the market usually wants to hear.
4. Christian movie theology must be contained in platitudes.
Every prayer sounds scripted. Every dramatic moment sounds cliched. The pastors sound like the phrases on motivational posters. Christians speak to non-Christians in "gotcha" wisdom, delivering Jesusy fortune-cookie bon mots to souls apparently just a few well-turned phrases away from conversion. The theology of Christian movies can be scribbled on the back of a napkin. It’s Christian bookstore coffee mug-level philosophy. It’s Christian T-shirt-level aphorizing.
Christian movies are typically made by the same folks who produce weekend services full of applicational pick-me-ups and fog-and-laser inspirational easy-rock. There’s not a lot depth in them because there’s not a lot of depth behind them.
5. Even the best "Christian movie" will never be cool.
If you’re still reading, you’re either agreeing with me or just looking for more evidence of what a heartless curmudgeon I am. But here is something to consider that may surprise everybody: Suppose we actually had a Christian movie that was aesthetically excellent and artistically authentic. It was written with a writer’s sensibility, theological depth, the nuance of reality, etc. And then suppose it had clear Christian content in it. Do you think it wouldn’t strike so many of us as out of tune with what we expect good movies to be?
This is a question every armchair critic of Christian movies — like me or maybe you — ought to consider: is it just the aesthetic and dramatic quality of these movies we find embarrassing? Or is it the strangeness of hearing the kinds of things we say on a regular basis in church suddenly flung up on the big screen and aired out in front of the world? (Is it possible that the dialogue is realistic and we just stink at speaking well to one another?)
Or let’s consider this: The gospel always sounds offensive to the world. Maybe Christian movies that articulate faith content clearly are destined to be laughed out of the theater, regardless of the excellence of their cinematic context, if only because the cross is foolishness to those who are perishing.
What if there isn’t a way to make the gospel sound cool? That’s something worth pondering for Christian moviegoers and Christian movie-makers alike.
In any event, if your movie’s gonna get laughed at for being Christian, maybe at least make sure it’s because of the cross and not because it’s corny.
Only praying to god ain’t gonna serve you with all you want.Miracle doesn’t happen with those who do nothing. Pray to god ,belive him and collect all the energy and put it into your work force and grab all the opportunities god serves you in reward.
"Because you have seen me, you have believed. Blessed are those who have not seen, and have believed."
I think praying to the god of miracles it’s a good thing
Another christian movie with corny acting.
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Me: yes it’s call an AR 15
Those who doesn’t believe in Jesus Christ are the be most regretful people..only those who believe in Jesus Christ are most blessed man.. Jesus Christ is the only way to Heaven.. praise the Lord.
Is it a true story?
Beautiful I love this movie beautiful.
she dies at the end does she? i hate if if that happens
Cried so much watching it.. Its beautiful ❤️❤️
I wish there was more movies like this because it shows that miracles can happen without doctors or pills. The bible even says come to the Lord as a child, most children do not care what others think and will not stop believing after one bad day.
This is the best movie I’ve ever seen. It’s so uplifting. When Jesus showed up, it sent shivers up my arms. Thank you.
Humans do tend to cling to any sort of hope in times of plague. Such a very middle America style of film.
WATCH REAL MIRACLES TAKE PLACE THIS NOT A MOVIE. GO INTO YOUTUBE AND TYPE PROPHETIC CHANNEL HEALING BY PROPHET SHEPHERD BUSHIRI AND YOU WELL BE VERY SHOCKED I RECIEVED MY HEALING SO CAN YOU.
I’m 48 an ex drug and drink addict ex boxer the lord saved me and yes I cried God bless you all
We need to believe there is a reason to be here. There are so many people serving up lies as truth, that we are often torn . Sometimes we just need faith, that the is more to the world than the ridiculous things we see and read about.
So… This is like the opposite of THE UNHOLY?
Even a little child who has faith like you will see God and heal people like you Sarah
Thank GOD for giving the producers and directors FAITH to produce such a true to life testimony of GODs true love and what can be accomplish by prayer and faith in GOD. I’ve seen same thing happen with my mother who was dead for 11/2 hour and GOD brought her back she lived 7years more . GOD’ s loves us all equally. JUST PRAY. AND SEE GOD MOVE. BRIAN KENNETH TRAVIS 12/1/21
I’m sorry, but in my opinion this movie is terrible, and if anything mocks religion and anyone of faith. Atheists will have a field day with it, and if they were trying to send a message, I don’t like it, whatever that message may be. I highly doubt it’s going to convert anyone, that’s for sure. If it does that will be a miracle. On the other hand, if you want to watch a quality Christian movie, see "The Case For Christ." It is extremely well-made, well-written, and is based on a true story, not some fantasy crap like this one. If you’re going to do a Christian movie, help the faith, don’t make a mockery of it.
This movie is beyond ridiculous…
Love you little girl
I believe in magic and god and unicorns
Praise to the Lord!
I Believe i realy Believe in son of god
Finally watch this it was so powerful I bawl my eyes out
ARE THE DEAD REALLY DEAD?
Death just might be one of the most misunderstood subjects today. For many, death is shrouded in mystery and evokes dread, uncertainty, and hopelessness. Others believe that their deceased loved ones are not dead at all, but instead live with them or in other realms. Millions are confused about the relationship between the body, spirit, and soul. But does it really matter what you believe? Yes—absolutely! What you believe about the dead will have a profound impact on what happens to you in the near future.
1. How did humans get here in the first place?
“The Lord God formed man of the dust of the ground, and breathed into his nostrils the breath of life; and man became a living being” (Genesis 2:7).
Answer: God made us from dust in the beginning.
2. What happens when a person dies?
“Then the dust will return to the earth as it was, and the spirit will return to God who gave it” (Ecclesiastes 12:7).
Answer: The body turns to dust again, and the spirit goes back to God, who gave it. The spirit of every person who dies—whether saved or unsaved—returns to God at death.
3. What is the “spirit” that returns to God at death?
“The body without the spirit is dead” (James 2:26).
“The spirit of God is in my nostrils” (Job 27:3 KJV).
Answer: The spirit that returns to God at death is the breath of life. Nowhere in all of God’s book does the “spirit” have any life, wisdom, or feeling after a person dies. It is the “breath of life” and nothing more.
4. What is a "soul"?
“The Lord God formed man of the dust of the ground, and breathed into his nostrils the breath of life; and man became a living soul” (Genesis 2:7 KJV).
Answer: A soul is a living being. A soul is always a combination of two things: body plus breath. A soul cannot exist unless body and breath are combined. God’s Word teaches that we are souls—not that we have souls.
5. Do souls die?
“The soul that sinneth, it shall die” (Ezekiel 18:20 KJV).
“Every living soul died in the sea” (Revelation 16:3 KJV).
Answer: According to God’s Word, souls do die! We are souls, and souls die. Man is mortal (Job 4:17).
Only God is immortal (1 Timothy 6:15, 16). The concept of an undying, immortal soul is not found in the Bible, which teaches that souls are subject to death.
6. Do good people go to heaven when they die?
“All who are in the graves will hear His voice and come forth” (John 5:28, 29).
“David … is both dead and buried, and his tomb is with us to this day. … For David did not ascend into the heavens” (Acts 2:29, 34).
“If I wait, the grave is mine house” (Job 17:13 KJV).
Answer: No. People do not go to heaven or to hell at death. They don’t go anywhere—but they wait in their graves for the resurrection.
7. How much does one know or comprehend after death?
“The living know that they will die; but the dead know nothing, and they have no more reward, for the memory of them is forgotten. Also their love, their hatred, and their envy have now perished; nevermore will they have a share in anything done under the sun. … There is no work or device or knowledge or wisdom in the grave where you are going” (Ecclesiastes 9:5, 6, 10).
“The dead do not praise the Lord” (Psalm 115:17).
Answer: God says that the dead know absolutely nothing!
8. But can’t the dead communicate with the living, and aren’t they aware of what the living are doing?
“Man lies down and does not rise. Till the heavens are no more, they will not awake nor be roused from their sleep. … His sons come to honor, and he does not know it; they are brought low, and he does not perceive it” (Job 14:12, 21).
“Nevermore will they have a share in anything done under the sun” (Ecclesiastes 9:6).
Answer: No. The dead cannot contact the living, nor do they know what the living are doing. They are dead. Their thoughts have perished (Psalm 146:4 KJV).
9. Jesus called the unconscious state of the dead “sleep” in John 11:11–14. How long will they sleep?
“Man lies down and does not rise. Till the heavens are no more” (Job 14:12).
“The day of the Lord will come … in which the heavens will pass away” (2 Peter 3:10).
Answer: The dead will sleep until the great day of the Lord at the end of the world. In death humans are totally unconscious with no activity or knowledge of any kind.
10. What happens to the righteous dead at the second coming of Christ?
“Behold, I am coming quickly, and My reward is with Me, to give to every one according to his work” (Revelation 22:12).
“The Lord Himself will descend from heaven with a shout. … And the dead in Christ will rise. … And thus we shall always be with the Lord” (1 Thessalonians 4:16, 17).
“We shall all be changed—in a moment, in the twinkling of an eye … and the dead will be raised incorruptible. … For this corruptible must put on incorruption, and this mortal must put on immortality” (1 Corinthians 15:51–53).
Answer: They will be rewarded. They will be raised, given immortal bodies, and caught up to meet the Lord in the air. There would be no purpose in a resurrection if people were taken to heaven at death.
a great little movie, i’ve seen it three times. i would highly recommend!
I’ve been praying but nothing is happening. Movies like this make me wonder if God truly exist then my life must be a really cruel joke.
BUT THIS IS A GREAT MOVIES HOW TO I WATCH A FULL MOVIE OF IT?
This also based on true story book. Girl has been through amazing things.
This looks like such a sweet, warm movie. Miracles happen all the time. Maybe not as big as these, but it’s always nice to be reminded that happiness can happen.
The movie is now on YouTube free with Ads one of the best movies out there
We need more people and movies like this