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Which of these Bible stories are your favorites?

  • Noah's Ark on the floodwaters. Photographer: Paul S. Taylor. Copyright, Films for Christ.Noah and the Ark—a huge flood sent to cover the entire world because of sin. God saved Noah, his family and at least two of every kind of air-breathing, land animals. (Genesis 6-9 | summary) | coloring page | wordsearch

    (How many people survived the Flood? Answer)

  • The crossing of the Red Sea—The nation of Israel was trapped with the Red Sea in front of them and the attacking Egyptian army behind them. God parted the entire Red sea and led the people to safety while the entire army of Egypt was drown in the water. (Exodus 14)
  • The battle of Jericho—the people of Israel marched around a city with huge walls, they blew their trumpets and God caused the walls of the city to fall in. (Joshua 6)

    Is there scientific evidence that the walls of Jericho really fell? Go

  • David and Goliath—a boy challenged the mightiest warrior in all the land to battle. With God's help he killed the giant. (I Samuel 17)

    Lion face (photo copyrighted)

  • The fiery-furnace—three young men obey God, even when threatened by a King. They were thrown into a furnace full of fire and were not hurt, their cloths didn't even smell like smoke. (Daniel 3 | Coloring pages: entering, saved)
  • Daniel in the den of lions—was thrown into a den of hungry lions, but God protected Daniel and he wasn't hurt. (Daniel 6 | coloring page)
  • Esther made queen—a beautiful Jewish girl is selected to be the queen for the most powerful king in the world. God uses the queen to protect the nation of Israel from harm. (Esther 1-10)

    Small fish (photo copyrighted)

  • Loaves and fishes—a boy shared his small lunch with over 5,000 people, by the end of the lunch, everyone was full and there was lots of food left over. (John 6:1-14)
…and there are many, many, more wonderful stories in the Bible! (read a summary with sound)