By Rose Publishing
52 Key Bible Stories is a superb creation for a person who desires to recognize the fundamentals of the Christian religion. each one Bible tale has a key subject matter and synopsis, in addition to a call for participation to profit extra within the Bible.
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52 Key Bible Stories has short summaries of a few of the preferred tales within the Bible in addition to tales that would motivate your religion. In our tradition, television and films have frequently rewritten those tales and altered the message. 52 Key Bible Stories can assist you discover the true tale of God's love and mercy.
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See also Genesis 41:39–43 and Genesis 45:8. 7 The Call of Moses (Exodus 1–6) Moses Before the Burning Bush by Domenico Feti Summary: God calls Moses to lead Israel out of Egypt. Israel spent over 400 years in Egypt. Moses is to lead God’s people through the wilderness into the Promised Land. Main Points: After Joseph’s death, a new Pharaoh enslaved Israel’s children (1:1–22). God speaks to Moses from a bush that burns but does not burn up (3:3–4). God identifies himself as the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob (3:6).
24 The Fiery Furnace (Daniel 3) The Three Young Men in the Blazing Furnace by Pieter Pietersz Summary: Three young Jewish men in Babylon refuse to bow to the Babylonian king’s golden image. They are condemned to die in a fiery furnace. God miraculously delivers them. Main Points: King Nebuchadnezzar has a statue erected and demands that the people worship it (3:1–6). Three Jewish men, Shadrach, Meshach and Abednego, refuse to worship (3:7–12). Enraged, the king gives them one last chance to bow but they refuse, trusting God (3:13–18) Despite heating the furnace seven times hotter than normal, the king is astonished to see the men are unharmed and there is a fourth person walking in the fire (3:19–27).
David shows that victory is not achieved with swords and skill; rather, God makes his people victorious. Main Points: Goliath stands nearly ten feet tall and is well armed and clothed (17:4–7). Goliath mocks and challenges the men of Israel for forty days (17:8–16). David hears Goliath’s challenge and accepts (16:17–32). Saul tries to dissuade David because of his youth, but David explains that God will allow him to defeat the giant (16:33–37). David drops Goliath with a sling and a stone and beheads him with the giant’s own sword (17:40–51).
52 Key Bible Stories by Rose Publishing