Formats: MOV, WMV , STREAMING Size: 720p, 1080p
Cain and Abel brought offerings to the Lord but only Abel’s was accepted. Why did God reject Cain’s offering? This mini-movie looks at the principal of the firstfruit and why it's central to our giving. This video could be used with a message on tithing (e.g. - Putting God first in your finances) but the concept of firstfruits extends to every aspect of our lives. God doesn’t accept leftovers; God must be first.
Includes bonus graphics (Layered PSD + JPEG). Also includes audio without the narration so you can dub in your own voice over.
Contains excerpts from "The Blessed Life: Unlocking the Rewards of Generous Living" by Robert Morris. Used with permission. Published by Bethany House Publishers, a division of Baker Publishing Group.
Design and Animation by Phil Borst
Score by Grant Fonda
Sound Design and Mix by MadSam Studios
Voice Over by Dennis Kleinman
Written and Produced by Dan Stevers
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