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The Miracle Worker (A Christmas Tale) DVD


Title:  Miracle Maker (A Christmas Tale)
Studio:  Covenant Communications Inc.
Year:  2015
My rating is 5 stars.
Miracle Maker (A Christmas Tale) is movie that tells the story of how hope can be restored in peoples’ lives when they open their hearts.  Each character’s life reflected in different ways how believing outside the box we put God in can affect us so much that we look up.  In each situation, the false beliefs had to be let go in order for truth to come in the hearts of each person’s life.
Some of the movie was really cute such as one little girl who tends to speak her mind sometimes to the embarrassment of parents; yet, who also is able to rally other children to confront a man.  This man is living with the loss of his wife years prior and then choosing to distance himself from others.  He is touched by the bravery of this little girl.  Whether loss of loved ones, job, hunger and other life experiences that burdened the hearts of the town folks, being at the end of their own abilities viewers can see God transform people.  To me that is the miracle this movie reflects most of all that God can and does make a major difference in our lives and He is reflected in our speech actions and life.  While the miracle maker is believed to be a man who shows up in a town, the true miracle worker is the Creator of heaven and earth.  The movie is a family friendly drama which lasts 90 minutes and is one to watch again and again.
So in light of all the traumatic events that have happened around the world, this is one movie that will lighten the hearts and restore the hope of all who view the DVD.  Consider giving this DVD to family or friends or anyone you know who might need some encouragement this year.  Enjoy the Christmas tale and don’t forget to read about the best miracle, Jesus Christ, who came to save the world.

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