‘He Gets Us’ Ad Shares Jesus’ Love Was Never Artificial

‘He Gets Us’ Ad Shares Jesus’ Love Was Never Artificial

Jesus’ ultimate sacrifice - dying on the cross for all humanity - demonstrated His profound and never-ending love. Examples of Christ's love and His words on the subject can be found in The New Testament. 

How the world views love and how Christ spoke about the topic are two very different things. Jesus mentioned many concepts concerning love that likely seem foreign to most of the population then and now. Christ talked lovingly about and spent time with people often considered the lowest of the low in society.

One video, which is a part of the “He Gets Us” campaign, displays the differences in how the world sees love and how Christ did.

The video states the admakers asked artificial intelligence for a depiction of love. Of course, the program spits out several beautiful but boring and mundane pictures of hearts. 

Next, the program was asked to display images of how Jesus talked about love. First, we see paintings intended to show an individual forgiving a friend who had wronged them. 

The ad then asks for visual displays of “spending time with prisoners.” The results are rather grim and depressing. The setting for most of the pictures are prisons or jails.

Similar statements can be made for the photos depicting people feeding the hungry. They are likely not the prettiest works of art you have ever seen. 

The video continues and goes through several more statements that Jesus made about meeting the needs of specific members of society and showing them love and care.

None of the images that result from inputting a statement Christ made about love are all that pleasing to the eye. Instead, the subjects, colors and shades in the paintings display more real, more true-to-life scenes. 

The video concludes by showing text with a simple, straightforward message: “Jesus’ love was never artificial.”

1 John 3:1 “See what great love the father has given us in naming us the children of God; and such we are. For this reason, the world does not see who we are, because it did not see who he was.”

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