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  • Thomas Bonifield

The Disciples Do Jesus' Bidding in the Next Episode of "The Chosen"

Season 3 of the series about the life of Christ reaches its midway point this weekend and we have the trailer.

Jonathan Roumie, who plays the Jesus character in the show, appears in a scene from Season 3.
Jonathan Roumie, who plays the Jesus character in the show, appears in a scene from Season 3. Image: "The Chosen"/Instagram.

Jesus' sending out of the disciples, as documented in Matthew chapter 10 among other places in the New Testament, is a touchstone moment, demonstrating on a limited scale what was to come after His resurrection and ascension: His followers would spread the Gospel and establish His church.


A digital poster for episode four of Season 3 of "The Chosen," featuring Alaa Safi appears in a scene.
Alaa Safi appears in a digital poster for episode four. Image: "The Chosen"/Instagram.

Episode four of The Chosen, which debuts this Sunday, will take viewers along with them as they go on their first mission. Entitled Clean, it is the part one of a two-part installment that will span the fourth and fifth episodes of the eight-episode third season.


According to a synopsis, "the disciples carry out the mission Jesus gave them -healing, casting out demons, and preaching His words." Alas, questions remain among them afterwards and "they struggle with understanding what happened."


The synagogue ruler Jairus (Mark 5:21 - 43) will also be introduced in this next episode and there is to be a ratcheting up of the tension between the Apostle Simon Peter and his wife.


In keeping with past tradition, episode four will release this Sunday (January 1st) at 7:00 PM ET (GMT -5) in a livestream hosted by show creator/director Dallas Jenkins; it will also feature an appearance by Alaa Safi, who plays the Apostle Simon the Zealot. You can watch it for free on the show's YouTube channel and via its app: Google Play / App Store. Until then, the teaser trailer below will give you a feel for what to expect.



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