Jim Caviezel Testimony (Actor Who Played Jesus in “The Passion of the Christ”)

Jim Caviezel, the American actor, best known for portraying Jesus Christ in the 2004 film The Passion Of The Christ, shares his testimony in an interview with Dave Cooper.

In a similar interview, he was asked: “What did you bring to it, not just as an actor, but how do you prepare to play the Son of God? Jim answered: “It’s a great question. How do you prepare? By fire. Looking back, there were two words, ‘unquenchable fire.’ What was hard was the physical, the suffering. Makeup time started from 2 a.m. and it went until 10 a.m. — that alone right there, the boredom, not just the boredom, but the uncomfortable position. You’re never sitting down. After day in and day out of this, plus the hypothermia, plus I had a separated shoulder, it forced me to pray. I had to go to a place of something really deep because I was going crazy.” Watch the video below for his full interview.

Jim Caviezel Testimony

We all have a cross to carry. I have to carry my own cross. If we don’t carry our crosses, we are going to be crushed under the weight of it.Jim Caviezel

James Patrick Caviezel Jr. (/k??vi?z?l/; born September 26, 1968) is an American film and television actor who played Jesus Christ in The Passion of the Christ (2004) and starred as John Reese on the CBS series Person of Interest (2011–2016).[2] He also has played roles such as Slov in G.I. Jane (1997), Private Witt in The Thin Red Line (1998), Detective John Sullivan in Frequency (2000), Catch in Angel Eyes (2001), and Edmond Dantès in The Count of Monte Cristo (2002). (From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia)

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