Christian Movie Trailer | "From the Jaws of Death" | A True Christian Story
14933 |March 14, 2018
Liu Zhen, 78 years old, is a typical rural housewife. After believing in God, she felt unparalleled joy from reading His words and singing songs of praise to Him every day, and frequently gathering with her brothers and sisters to fellowship on the truth. … However, good things never last. She is arrested and persecuted by the Chinese Communist government, putting her in a terrible predicament. The police take her to the police station for interrogation three times, and warn her not to believe in God any longer. They monitor her and go to her home to intimidate her. Under the pressure of the Chinese Communist government, her husband, son, and daughter-in-law also oppose and restrict her belief in God. Through this agony, she truly relies on and looks to God, and His words provide her with faith and strength, allowing her to stand strong in the midst of persecution and tribulation. At the height of her suffering when she is completely helpless, she makes an urgent cry to God. He hears her prayer and opens up a path for her. One evening, she suddenly loses consciousness and cannot be woken. The doctor says that she cannot be saved and tells her family to prepare for her passing, but after 18 hours, she miraculously comes to. This miracle of Almighty God astounds those around her and opens up a new path for her. … After this experience, Liu Zhen comes to deeply understand that people's lives are without certainty, and none of us can control them—only God rules people's fates and has our lives, deaths, fortunes, and misfortunes in His hands. She also comes to experience that it is only God that has our backs, is always there to help us, and it is only Him we can trust in and rely upon!
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