Recently my family watched all eight episodes of the first season of The Chosen, a television drama based on the life of Jesus Christ. It is the first multi-season series about the life of Christ and portrays Jesus "through the eyes of those who met him."
Christ is portrayed as personable, good-natured, accessible, and even funny. Never have I seen our Savior depicted with a sense of humor.
He treats those like Simon Peter who do not feel worthy as someone who has great worth. He has treated those like Lilith (Mary Magdalene), who have felt hopeless, scared, with emotional and mental difficulties. He has treated those like Nicodemus who have doubts, and who have been a coward, stuck in false traditions. The Lord has treated those like the man with leprosy who suffers from rejection and physical pain. He has treated those like Matthew and the Samaritan women at the well who are outcast, lonely and judged.
Christ has healed each one of them. He's treated them all.
For those who have not watched the Chosen, you can access the episodes here: https://studios.vidangel.com/the-chosen