Amazing Love

Amazing Love

The Story of Hosea

DVD - 2012
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"Teenagers Steve, Carrie, Cooper, and Gameboy embark on a weekend camping trip led by their church youth group leader Stuart and his wife Beth. Joining them is teen outsider Ashley, who is materialistic and self-involved, and whose bad attitude separates her from the rest of the group. When a confrontation occurs between Ashley and Carrie, this division widens. Hoping for a resolution, Stuart takes the opportunity to share with the group the touching story of the Old Testament prophet Hosea and his example of true commitment and unconditional love. Is this powerful story enough to inspire the teens to open their hearts to such an amazing love?" -- from container.


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babyhoney Mar 29, 2015

Shows what happens when one person believes in you, even when you don't believe in yourself.

Beautiful and amazing story. Never thought of Hosea's story much before, but this really brings it to life, and shows how much God loves us, because in spite of how many times we wander from Him, he still cares for us. Five stars!
"And can it be, that I should gain, an Interest in the Savior's blood. Died He for me, who caused His pain? For Me, who Him, to death pursued? Amazing Love and can it be, that Thou my God shouldst die for me? Amazing love! and can it be? that Thou my God shouldst die for me?"

bluedog8422 May 04, 2013

A great story of how G-d loves unconditional and wishes us to do the same. Sadly, Hosea has to bear the burden of G-d's broken heart and share in this understanding. But never forget G-d gives many chances to come back to Him.

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