This is an excerpt from lesson 5 entitled "As You Treated the Least of These My Brothers," which is part of a 12 lesson - 4 DVD set, "Israel's Prophetic Destiny: If I Forget Jerusalem" with Jill Shannon.
I filmed teacher Jill Shannon in High Definition 1080/24P with a Canon 5D mkII and prime Canon and Nikon lenses on a shoestring budget.
The controversy of Israel's right to exist within secure borders is so timely in the world media right now. Many non-Jews have little true appreciation for the history of what the Jewish people have accomplished and also endured over the centuries at the hands of many who called themselves Christians. What would Jesus have thought of the Church's attitude and behavior towards Jews? Why is Israel important in our day and is it truly the God ordained homeland for Jewish people, and why is it constantly in the news? Does the Bible give readers any prophetic insight into what is transpiring in current events in the Middle East? These are a few of the questions that this series attempts to address.
I am a very small scale production company, not really a company, actually I'm one person, producer/director/editor/camera person of this educational video set about the state of Israel and her peoples history.
Please go to: JillShannon.org for more information on this topic and how to order the over 10 hour, full video set.
NOTES ON LOADING HIGH DEFINITION VIDEOS:
This video has been shot in HD, high definition, and will play back in high definition, but due to bandwidth restrictions and computer configurations, some users may have to be more patient until the video is fully ready to be watched.
Please consider the following steps if you know that your connection isn't super fast or you have had problems viewing videos in the past:
When you want to watch the video, begin to load the video by pressing the play button and waiting until either the video starts playing and/or the grey bar starts moving to the right. Then hit the pause/play (icon) to pause the playing of the video. The video will continue loading. Watch the grey progress bar and when it gets to the end, press play again. If the video does not start playing, gently drag the play head back to the left with your mouse. It should either immediately start again or when you press play again the video will now play through to the end and should not get stuck. As long as you do not refresh your page, or click on a different video, the video should play as many times as you want with out glitches now that it is loaded. Caveat, if you have an older machine without much ram or video ram, you may still have issues with the larger file sizes inherent in High Definition video.