The Sound of the Spirit follows a thirteen-year-old Jewish girl named Rivka as she struggles to overcomes her grief over the death of her parents and to shine with the light of her Messiah before her aunt, uncle and the traditional Jewish Synagogue they attend.At first, in t... Read More
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At first, in the face of disappointments and misunderstanding, Rivka withdraws from her commitment to complete her bat mitzvah training at the synagogue. But she eventually learns that her calling, like Esther’s of old, is to hear "The Sound of the Spirit" and follow God’s call to be a blessing.
- Product type: Video
- Format: DVD
- Release Date: Sep 1, 2012
- UPC: 95163884666 , 9780740327735
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- Language: English
- Volumes/Discs: 1
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- A Must See by Mark F on 9/12/2012
This movie is groundbreaking regarding the issues regarding Jewish believers in Yeshua (Jesus) and the dynamics within families and congregations in the Jewish community. I feel that director Michael Wolf truly captures this while maintaining a realistic storyline of a young girl who loses her father and is then "welcomed" into the home of her traditional Jewish aunt and uncle. There is a learning curve that both face while adjusting to this new situation while finding that family, friendship and faith prevail in the end.
Producer Guy Camara of Kingdom Pictures has put together a very professional offering that I recommend to anyone wanting to understand how Messianic Judasim fits into the faith community and the struggles that many members face in their daily walk with Yeshua. The acting is top-notch with a story line that flows that is beautifully captured in film for a movie guaranteed to move you. I highly recommend The Sound of the Spirit for all to see.
- Timely and Relevant by Gayle on 9/4/2012
At Last! A Christian movie that portrays the challenges a Jewish believer faces from family and friends within their Jewish community. The heroine of this movie, Rivka, is a young girl who has lost her last living parent and must live with her aunt and uncle, non believers who had broken with Rivka's father after he came to faith. Rivka is an inspirational character as she finds the courage to respond to her unbelieving family while strengthening her own face as she listens to the "still, small voice of God."
- Excellent & Timely by Gayle on 9/4/2012
Finally! A movie that portrays the challenge a Jewish believer faces from family and friends when the accept Jesus as their Messiah. The movie is very well done and its central charcter Rivka, a young girl who has lost her only remaining parent, pulls at your heart strings as she finds her voice and strengthens her faith as she listens to "the still small voice" of God. A great movie for teens facing opposition to their faith.
- Moving and Wonderful by Luke Milton on 9/4/2012
Finally a very original storyline that is also told well; though deeply touching, the message in this film is delivered with humor and unfolds in a delightful way that's entertaining and fun. I loved it and highly recommend this movie!
- excellent unique film by alissa on 9/3/2012
Besides being aesthetically creative, unique and beautiful to watch, the story of Rivka is the first of its kind in approaching the personal challenges to Messianic Jews. As I am one (as are many in the film), I SO appreciated the reality brought to every character and population, the complexity and avoidance of stereotyping. Thank you Michael Wolf; I hope there will be more to come!