Jubilee Project has done it again. Their latest video “Blind Devotion,” which has us simultaneously crying sad and happy tears, proves that they’re masters at pulling our heartstrings.
Not familiar with Jubilee Project? According to their official website, they “make short films, PSAs and documentaries in collaboration with non-profits to increase awareness and inspire action. [Jubilee Project’s] vision is to produce entertaining content that will empower, enable, and inspire others to do good as well.”
And with over 172K subscribers on YouTube, they certainly seem to be doing a good job at that goal. “Blind Devotion” was uploaded onto their channel just a few months ago, but it has already gathered nearly 4 million views.
The premise of the short is simple enough: A woman explains the various ways she shows her devotion to her husband. But when their lives are flipped upside down, she has to deal with the guilt of being a burden to him. Of course, this only gives her husband an opportunity to show his devotion back. If you’ve given up on the idea of unconditional love, then you should definitely watch this.
“Blind Devotion” is the second short in a series by Jubliee Project which focuses on unconditional love. The series is in partnership with with Pastor Francis Chan and his latest book You and Me Forever. In the book, Francis Chan and his wife Lisa explore what it means to have a fulfilling and successful marriage. Best of all, all proceeds from book sales goes to a good cause.
The official website promises:
100% of the net proceeds from You and Me Forever: Marriage in Light of Eternity will go towards various ministries that include providing food, shelter and rehabilitation for thousands of orphaned children and exploited women around the world. We would love to raise $5 million, so please support the work now by ordering your own copy here or by donating directly to the project fund.”
Find out more about the book in the video below.