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WATCH: Chris Pratt Stuns With Powerful Gospel Message at Disneyland Candlelight Ceremony

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You know the power of the Gospel is entirely unstoppable when even incredibly secular Disney finds itself glorifying God come Christmastime.
This year, unapologetically Christian actor Chris Pratt read straight from the Gospel of Luke and touched on the inspiring message of the Nativity at Disneyland’s history Candlelight Ceremony and Processional that truly celebrated the Reason for the Season.
This beautiful ceremony offers a tiny, but bright, ray of hope for Christians praying for a return to biblical principles.
The 2018 Candlelight Ceremony began with a skillfully orchestrated and performed an instrumental medley of Christmas hymns such as “God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen.”
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When they belted out “He is the King of kings!” the friendly, smiling actor took the stage and began retelling the story from Luke of God sending the angel Gabriel to announce to Mary her incredible privilege of becoming the mother of the Savior.
“The Bible says, ‘when she saw him, she was troubled at his saying, and considered what manner of greeting this was,” Pratt said to his massive audience.
“That seems kind of confusing to me, so I’ll just paraphrase: she was kind of scared because an angel just fell from the ceiling,” he added, in his signature style of sharing the gospel folded into humor.
Pratt continued through the story with deep reverence and a couple of respectful chuckles as he stumbled over the word “conceive,” before the choir and orchestra proceeded to perform “The First Noel.”
“Ladies and gentlemen, it was really my honor to share this beautiful Candlelight Ceremony with all of you,” Pratt said at the conclusion of the ceremony. “It’s been a very special and inspiring night.”
“For me, being a parent has really changed my life in so many ways. And one of those ways is to understand, truly, the love that a father could have for a child,” he added. “The way we love our children, the more we love our children, the more we will understand the capacity for our Father in heaven to love us.”
“Each and every one of us a precious creation, and he just marvels in the ways that we can try to please Him. That should give us a great deal of comfort. I know it does for me.”
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