Before The Wrath Movie Review and #GIVEAWAY!! #beforethewrathmovie
WOW! I just have to start with WOW! Before the Wrath brings interviews with experts and mixes them with a beautiful reenactment and in depth teaching of the Rapture.
The Husband and I truly found this movie intriguing and fascinating. Kevin Sorbo narrates Before the Wrath; the # 1 Christian movie in America.
Bible scholars continue to debate the timing of the Rapture, but why is such a mysterious event prophesied to happen in the first place? Is there a deeper understanding surrounding this occurrence that we’ve lost over the millennia that those living in the first-century clearly understood? Although most people today no longer believe that Jesus is coming back, newly discovered ancient anthropological evidence from the time of Christ finally reveals unprecedented findings that could prove the upcoming Rapture is not only real, but why this event must soon some to pass. Regardless of your end-times views, Before the Wrath will captivate believers and non-believers alike; revealing new depths of theological understanding regarding what Jesus revealed to the ancient Galileans about the end of the world in ways you could never have imagined. Narrated by Kevin Sorbo (God’s Not Dead). Featuring interviews with Jack Hibbs, Amir Tsarfati, Jan Markell, J.D. Farag and more.
Before the Wrath goes through symbolism as it relate to Galatian weddings Biblical times and The Bible. How is this for connecting the dots: The bride ( she is us, the believers) needs to say yes to our groom ( that would be Jesus). The groom promises to come get the bride yet but here is the kicker, no one, not even the couple, knows when the wedding will occur. (We don’t know when the end of times will occur) The groom’s dad (God) decides this and tells the groom when it is time. This is when groom goes to get his bride. The bride sits on a litter, and is lifted up (rapture?) and carried to the house of the groom’s father (heaven). The movie made the analogies pop into place for me. It’s a movie that will help give you more insight into The Bible.
Some of the speakers in the movie are:
○ Jack Hibbs – Theologist and host of “Real Life” on SiriusXM
○ Amir Tsarfati – Founder and President of Behold Israel
○ Jan Markell – Founder of Olive Tree Ministries
○ JD Farag – Theologist and Eschatologist
○ Scott McConnell – Exec. Director of Lifeway Research
○ Jay McCarl – Ancient Middle Eastern Anthropologist
○ Lizette Dillinger – Qualitative Director of LifeWay Research
Not only is Before the Wrath a very beautifully written movie, but the sketches, passionate speakers and wonderful staging areas make this movie fully engaging.
The historical study, Before the Wrath includes statistics and findings among modern Christians. Are you searching for new understanding of the return of Christ? Before the Wrath is a movie you will want to see.
I’m so excited to be able to give away a digital copy of Before the Wrath to one very lucky reader. If you are anxious to watch this movie grab a copy at Walmart.
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Kevin Sorbo? Not a name I recognise.
Not my cup of tea, but if you believe, you believe.
I ADORE Kevin Sorbo, so that is a huge plus. I also love movies that are christian based. I didn’t even know about this movie so I am excited.
I’d be interested in this movie. I think that we should all be prepared for the Lord’s coming again!
I like Kevin Sorbo movies.
I am a believer that the end will come. I would love to see what this discovery is they were talking about!
It does sound like a great movie. Marriages in those days possibly better than today.
I hadn’t heard of this movie. I remember Kevin Sorbo, though, from his Hercules days.
Nice to learn about this movie. Cool review.