Sunday, May 31, 2015

DVD Review: The Father's Love



My review:
This film is about a longing for the Father's love. Sarah's father left her family when she was young. She now is a career woman who is looking for love in men. In New York City, she meets Reece, a handsome and charming man who lavishes attention and gifts on her. Her coworkers/close friends warn her but she is way too deep into this relationship to see the situation objectively. Broken promises. Betrayal. Broken heart. Bitterness. In the end, Sarah discovers true love from our Heavenly Father and learns the importance and value of forgiveness.

I can relate to this film emotionally. I'm an Asian woman like the main character and my father left our family when I was young. I'm so grateful for God's unconditional love for me and for having Him as my forever Father! The film shows that God's amazing love for us brings us hope and healing no matter what we have done or how many times we have failed. The acting is awesome. The message is powerful. Life is hard and messy but God is good and almighy! I hope you'll check this DVD out.

~I received a free copy of this DVD via Edify Media, Inc. in exchange for my honest review. All opinions are my own.

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