A Lebanese Arabic audio of the best-selling children's Bible that includes all the great stories of the Old and New Testament.
The 7 days of creation.
God makes man
The story of creation ending with God’s creation of Adam and Eve and their stay at the Garden of Eden.
The Tempting Fruit
The snake tempts Eve to eat from the forbidden tree of the knowledge of good and evil.
Consequence of Adam and Eve's disobedience
Adam and Eve get kicked out of the Garden of Eden.
Cain and Abel
The sacrifices of the two brothers, Cain and Abel.
The first murder
Jealousy causes Cain to kill his brother Abel.
Noah builds the ark
God gives instructions to Noah to build an ark because He wanted to save Noah and his family from the flood that was to come.
Rain, Rain, Rain
Noah obeyed the Lord and entered the boat with his family and one female and male from every animal species. Seven days later, the rain started.
A new beginning
The flood is over and God tells Noah to get out of the ark with his family and all the animals.
God promises Noah and every living creature that the earth and those living on it will never again be destroyed by a flood.
The sky is the limit
How there came to be many different languages.
God calls Abram
The Lord had said to Abram, “Go from your country, your people and your father’s household to the land I will show you."
Lot gets the priority of choosing his land
Abram and Lot separate.
The Lord's promise to Abram
The Lord took Abram outside and said, “Look at the sky and see if you can count the stars. That’s how many descendants you will have.” Abram believed the Lord, and the Lord was pleased with him.
Hagar runs away
Sarai mistreats Hagar.
The three visitors
The visitors tell Abraham that he will have a son.
Abraham negotiates with God to spare the cities from destruction if there were righteous people in them.
Two angles seized Lot, his wife and his two daughters by the hand and they brought him out and left him outside the city.
The birth of Isaac
Sarah was afraid that Ishmael would have a share of Isaac's inheritance.
Ishmael in the desert
God hears Ishmael crying.
God tests Abraham
Gods asks Abraham to give his Son Isaac as a sacrifice.
Choosing a wife for Isaac
Abraham said to his servant, the oldest of his household, to go back to Mesopotamia and take a wife for Isaac from there.
Rebecca, a wife for Isaac
The servant realizes that Rebecca is the girl he has to take back home to be Isaac's wife.
Esau sells his birthright.
Jacob pretends he's Easu.
Esau comes back
Esau finds out what his brother Jacob did.
God speaks to Jacob in a dream .
Deceive the Deceiver
Jacob's marriage to Rachel.
Jacob's name becomes Israel.
Jacob meets Easu again
The brothers reconcile .
Problems at home
Joseph's dream angers his brothers.
A second dream
Joseph has another dream.
In the well
Joseph's brothers plan to get rid of him.
On the way to Egypt
Joseph's brothers sell him to a caravan of Ishmaelites.
Joseph the slave
A responsible servant.
Photiphar's wife goes after Joseph.
The meaning of dreams
Joseph interprets the dreams of the king's cupbearer and the king's baker.
The prisoner and the king
The king calls after Joseph to help him interpret his dream.
Joseph the ruler
The new prime minister.
Food in Egypt
Jacob's sons come to Egypt to buy grain, because the famine was severe for all people.
Jacob's sons have to take Benjamin with them to Egypt so that they can get more wheat.
The missing cup
Joseph's silver cup goes missing.
Jacob's sons find out that Joseph is their brother.
Problems in Egypt
The Egyptians fear that the Israelites outnumber them.
The Story of Moses
The baby that survived.
The prince of Egypt
Moses kills an Egyptian man.
Moses helps the daughters of the shepherd
Moses rescues the girls from the shepherds and waters their sheep and goats.
God calls Moses
The bush that doesn't burn.
Moses and the king of Egypt
The king says "No".
Frogs , Insects and Hail
God acts against Egypt to free the Israelites.
The final punishment
Every firstborn son in Egypt dies.
The first Easter.
Escaping from Egypt
Pharaoh called Moses and Aaron that night and said, “Get up! Get away from my people, both you and the Israelites!"
The Lord led them out of Egypt
The Lord went in front of the Israelites during the day in a column of cloud to guide them and at night in a column of lightning to give them light.
Pharaoh changing his mind
Pharaoh, king of Egypt, changes his mind and goes after the Israelites.
Crossing the Red Sea
Moses stretched out his hand over the sea. The Lord pushed the sea back by a strong east wind all night, turning the sea into dry land. The waters were split into two.
Food in the desert
The Lord listened to the people's complaints and sent them food in the desert.
Water in the desert
The Lord provides water for the people in the desert.
The Israelites defeat the Amalek.
Participation in the work
Moses chooses some men to help him judge the people.
The Lord comes down on Mount Sinai for all the people to see.
The ten commandments
Love of God.
The ten commandments
The Lord cares
Instructions for the people's daily living.
God and His people
God's dwelling place
God instructs Moses on how to build the dwelling place and what's inside it.
The gold bull calf
The Israelites get tired of waiting for Moses and decide to create their own God.
Making things right
Moses stays forty days and forty nights on Mount Sinai.
Seeing the promise land
God tells Moses to send out men to explore the land of Canaan.
A big fear
All the Israelites criticized Moses and Aaron and were scared from the strength of the people in the land of Canaan.
Moses loses his temper
Moses disobeys the Lord by hitting the rock.
The bronze serpent
The Lord punishes the people by sending fiery serpents.
Balaam and his donkey
The Lord opened the mouth of the donkey and it spoke to Balaam.
Moses' final words to his people
When Moses became an old man, he said these words to all Israel:"I’m 120 years old today. I can’t move around well anymore..."
The new leader
The story of Joshua.
A secret mission
Joshua sent two men in secret to inspect the land and the city of Jericho.
The red rope
Rahab helped the two Israelite spies to escape from officers of the king of Jericho.
Crossing the Jordan river
The water of the Jordan coming downstream stood still. It rose up as a single heap very far off until the entire nation finished crossing.
Instructions from the Lord to Joshua on how to enter Jericho.
The city walls of Jericho fall
The people do as God instructed and as a result the city walls of Jericho collapse.
The dry bread
The Gibeonites used trickery to fight Joshua.
Stop, O Sun
Joshua commanded the sun to stand over Gibeon a full day until the children of Israel defeated all their enemies.
Dividing the land
Joshua took all the lands which the Lord had promised Moses and distributed them to the children of Israel according to their tribes.
The days of the Judges
The left handed Ehud
God sent a Benjaminite named Ehud to save the children of Israel from Eglon, Moab's king.
Deborah and Barak
Deborah sent word to Barak that God has commanded him to take ten thousand men from the people of Naphtali and Zebulun to overpower Jabin’s army.
Hammer and wedge
Sisera the commander of Jabin’s army gets killed.
The rebellious champion
The angel of the Lord appears to Gideon.
Gideon gets affirmation
Gideon asks God for signs to make sure that it was God speaking to him.
The secret mission
Gideon destroys Baal's altar.
Gideon chooses his army
God helps Gideon to choose the soldiers for his army.
Whispers in the night
Gideon spies on the Midianites camp.
Trumpets and torches
Gideon and his army attack the Midianites.
The story of Jephthah
Jephthah becomes the leader of Gilead and leads them in battle against the Ammonites.
Jephthat's men stand at the Jordan's crossing points into Ephraim to catch the Ephraimite fugitives.
A distinct child
The birth of Samson.
Samson travels down to Timnah with his father and mother to take a Philistine woman as a wife for him.
Answer the riddle
Samson challenges young Philistine men to solve a riddle.
Samson and Delilah
Delilah asks Samson to tell her what's the secret behind his strength.
The defeat of the hero
Samson gives in and tells Delilah his secret.
Strong in his death
Samson called to the Lord to give him strength so that he can take revenge on all the Philistines in one go.
Ruth insists on going with Naomi to Bethlehem.
Ruth finds a job
Ruth picked up left-over grain behind the harvesters in Boaz's field.
Ruth finds a new home.
A baby for Hannah
Hannah prays to God and asks Him to give her a son.
The little boy leaves his home
Hannah fulfills her promise to God and dedicates her son Samuel to Eli so that he can live in the house of the Lord at Shiloh.
God calls Samuel
God calls Samuel three times in the night.
The children of Israel were defeated in the war against the Philistines.
Many troubles came on the Philistines after they took the arc of God from the Israelites.
We want a king
The Israelites demand that Samuel appoints a king to rule over them.
The lost donkeys
God leads Saul to Samuel.
Samuel Anoints Saul.
Saul, the hesitant king
Saul hides among the baggage.
A good start
Saul Defeats the Ammonites.
The bold acts of Jonathan
Jonathan and his armor bearer attack the Philistines.
The sin of disobedience
Saul and his people become anxious in the absence of Samuel.
Choosing a new king
The boy, David.
The challenge of Goliath
Goliath challenges anyone from the Israelites to fight and kill him.
David kills the giant
David steps up and goes against Goliath.
The jealous king Saul
Saul became jealous because the people praised David more than they did him.
Jonathan defends David in front of his father Saul.
Escaping in the night
Saul tries a second time to kill David.
Jonathan looks out for David's safety.
Food and a sword
David meets priest Ahimelech who gives him food and a sword.
Doeg the Edomite tells Saul where David is hiding.
Hide and seek
David spares Saul's life.
Water from the well of Bethlehem
David craves for a drink of water from the well in Bethlehem.
The fool Nabal
Abigail saves David.
"Tomorrow you will die"
Saul speaks with the ghost of Samuel.
David joins the enemy
David escapes from Saul to the land of the Philistines.
The Amalekites attack Ziklag and burn it down, taking everyone in the city prisoner.
To the rescue
David and his men go after the Amalekites.
Together in death
Saul and Jonathan die in battle.
Long live king David
David reigns over all Israel.
The city of David - The city of God
David entered the city of Jerusalem, through an underground water channel and turned the city into a strong fortress called the "City of David".
Plans for the house of God
God’s covenant with David.
David keeps his promise
David is kind to Jonathan's son Mephibosheth.
The beautiful Bathsheba.
A sin leads to another sin
David plans to get rid of Uriah.
The little lamb
Nathan’s parable and David’s confession.
Absalom orders the killing of his brother Amnon.
"Absalom come back"
David allows his son Absalom to come back home.
The plan grows
Absalom plans to become king in place of his father David.
Kind David leaves Jerusalem
David leaves Jerusalem running away from Absalom.
Plans and spies
Hushai warns David of Absalom's plans.
Death in the woods
David and Absalom's men fight each other in the woods.
David comes back victorious
The people crown David king once again.
The new king
Solomon is anointed king over Israel.
The lord appears to Solomon in a dream.
Solomon's ruling concerning the baby and the two mothers.
Solomon was the king with the most wisdom and wealth.
Building the temple of the Lord
Solomon fulfills God's word to his father by building a temple for the Lord.
The visit of the queen of Sheba's
The queen of Sheba is amazed at King Solomon's wisdom and wealth.
Solomon disobeys God and marries women from different nations.
Amazing news for Jeroboam
Ahijah the prophet of Shiloh meets with Jeroboam and tells him that the lord will take most of the kingdom from Solomon and give it to him.
A difficult choice
The people asked Rehoboam to lessen the workload that his father has demanded from them.
The divided land
The kingdom split into two: the northern region ruled by Jeroboam and the southern region ruled by Rehoboam.
Jeroboam feared that the people go back to king Rehoboam, so he made two gold calves and told the people that it is their God.
Ahab and his evil queen
Ahab did more evil in the Lord's eyes than all those who preceded him.
The lord sends ravens to bring food to Elijah.
Food that has not finished
The widow from Zarephath gives Elijah food.
Conflict on the mountain
Elijah tells Obadiah to call King Ahab to come and meet him.
The Lord sends fire
Elijah challenges the Baal prophets to a test to know who the true God is.
The clouds gather
The drought ends.
Elijah flees because Queen Jezebel was set on killing him.
The calm soft voice
The Lord speaks to Elijah and gives him instructions to go back to Damascus.
Ahab asks to buy Naboth's Vineyard.
The king gets what he wants
Jezebel arranges Naboth's death so that King Ahab can take his vineyard.
Elijah's final trip
Elisha stays with Elijah in his last days.
A chariot of fire
Elijah goes up to heaven.
The honest prophet
Jehoshaphat and Ahab seek guidance to decide if they should attack the Syrians.
Ahab goes against Micaiah's advice and dies in battle.
Singing for Victory
God promises victory to Jehoshaphat against his enemies if they follow God's instructions.
Solving a problem
The widow with debt.
A special room
A rich family builds a room for Elisha in their house.
A scary day
The rich family's boy dies.
Elisha prays that the little boy comes back to life.
The girl prisoner
The girl advises Naaman’s wife to tell her husband to go to Israel to get healed from Leprosy.
Medicine for Naaman
Elisha gives Naaaman the medicine that gets him healed from Leprosy.
Eyes to see
Elisha prays for the Lord to open the eyes of his servant.
Hunger in the city
The king of Israel blames the Lord for the tough times they were going through.
Four leprous men find all kinds of food at the Syrians camp and go to tell the king.
A secret mission
Elisha tells one of the prophets to go to Ramoth Gilead and anoint Jehu the son of Jehoshaphat king over Israel.
The crazy driver
The watchman in Jezreel knew that it was Jehu the son of Jehoshaphat approaching because of his furious driving.
King in hiding
Athaliah attempts to kill all the Royal heirs after her son Ahaziah was killed.
Thieves and cheaters
The Lord asked Amos to go to the people of Israel and prophesy to them disasters and misfortunes.
Let us go back to the Lord
The story of Hosea.
Isiah sees a vision about the birth of Jesus and His life on earth.
Do not worry and do not be afraid
The Lord told Isaiah to go to Ahaz to assure him that the kings of Aram and Israel will not be able to occupy his land.
Hard days in Judah
The emperor determines the price.
The enemy at the gates
The king of Assyria sends his commanders and a large army to Jerusalem to plant fear in the hearts of the people.
The king's illness
The Lord shows mercy on Hezekiah.
The great discovery
The Book of the Law is found in the temple of the Lord.
Josiah lights a fire to celebrate
The king commanded that all the idols be removed from the temple and be burned.
Judah's last days
"Do not send me".
Jeremiah at the pottery maker
The Lord gives a word to Jeremiah to tell the people of the house of Israel.
The King cuts the scroll containing the word of God concerning Israel, Judah, and all the nations and thorws it into the fire.
The yoke of Babylon
The Lord sends a word through Jeremiah to the kings of Edom, Moab, Ammon, Tyre, and Sidon saying that their lands will be in the hands of the king Nebuchadnezzar.
Two baskets of figs
A vision appears to Jeremiah from the Lord which compares the people to two baskets of figs, one is good and the other is bad.
The people get tired of hearing Jeremiah's warnings against rebellion over Babylon, so they tied him to a rope and threw him in a well.
The last days in Jerusalem
Everything took place in Judah and Jerusalem according to prophet Jeremiah's prophecy.
Special training in the palace
Daniel and his friends.
The forgotten dream
The king orders the Elders of the palace to tell him what was the dream that bothered him and its meaning.
God can interpret
God reveals Nebuchadnezzar's dream to Daniel.
Meaning of the dream
Daniel interprets Nebuchadnezzar's dream.
The giant statue
The king orders that all his people bow to the gold statue he had made. However, three men refused to bow.
Four men in the fire
Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego are thrown in a furnace of flaming fire.
Nebuchadnezzar goes crazy
Daniel interprets another dream for Nebuchadnezzar.
The invisible hand
During the party of King Belshazzar, a human hand appeared and started writing on the wall.
On the scale
Daniel interprets to Belshazzar what the hand has written on the wall.
A plot against Daniel
The main officers of the kingdom of king Darius are jealous of Daniel's success and put a plan to get rid of him.
Daniel continues his prayers
Daniel disobeys the king's law and is thrown into the pit of lions.
In the morning
Those who plotted against Daniel get thrown in the lions' pit.
Wheels and wings
Ezekiel sees a vision.
The Lord tells Ezekiel what will happen to the people of Jerusalem.
Dry bones come back to life
The Lord tells Ezekiel in a vision that He will take the people back to the land of Israel.
The long way back
Persia’s King Cyrus gives permission to God's people to go back to Jerusalem to build the house of the Lord.
The beginning of construction
Many families give gifts, gold and silver to fund the rebuilding of the Lord's house.
The new temple
The enemies of the children of Israel try to sabotage the process of building the new temple.
Nehemiah, the King's cup-bearer
Nehemiah asks permission from the King to go back to Jerusalem to rebuild it.
Rebuilding the fences
The enemies of the Israelites try to hinder the reconstruction of the wall of Jerusalem.
Learning God's law
After the wall was built, God's people gathered around and asked of Ezra to bring the book of the law and read it to them.
Choosing a new queen
King Ahasuerus made Esther queen instead of Vashti.
Conspiracy against the Jews
Haman plots to get rid of the Jews.
Haman gets humiliated in front of his family and friends.
An unforgettable day
Haman pays the price when Esther exposes his plan to get rid of the Jews.
Troubles affecting Job
Satan brings trouble upon Job to make him forsake God.
Cheering up Job
Job's friends hear of what happened to him and come to raise his spirit.
God speaks with Job
The Lord restores Job’s losses and gives him twice as much as he had before.
King David praises God.
Chants of consolation and help
King David sings of God's mighty succor.
King Solomon speaks about knowledge, wisdom, obedience, and poverty.
Running from God
Jonah disobeys the Lord by going to Tarshish instead of Nineveh.
Storm at sea
The people in the boat find out that Jonah is the reason behind the storm.
The big fish
A big fish swallows Jonah.
The small insect
God sends a worm to damage the plant Jonah was sitting underneath to teach him a lesson.
My messenger is coming
God gives word to Malachi to tell the people and the priests of Israel.
The promised king
Hope and prayer.
The promise of the birth of a child
An angel appears to Zacharias and tells him that he will have a son.
A trip to the hills
An angel appears to Mary.
Name him John
Zacharias and Elizabeth name their son John.
An angel appears to Joseph in a dream.
The birth of Jesus Christ
Jesus is born in Bethlehem.
The story of the shepherds
An angel appears to the shepherds and tells them that Jesus Christ the Savior is born.
Where's the king?
Herod and the people of Jerusalem are afraid when they heard from the wise men that a King is born in Bethlehem.
Presents fit for a king
A star leads the wise men to where Jesus is. They enter the house and present precious gifts to Him.
Escaping to Egypt
An angel appears to Joseph in a dream and tells him to escape to Egypt with Mary and baby Jesus.
The boy in the temple
Joseph and Mary lose Jesus for 3 days.
Prove that you are remorseful
John the baptist calls out for the pharisees to repent.
Jesus Christ gets baptised
Jesus goes to John the baptist and asks him to baptize Him so that the will of God be fulfilled.
A new leader
People start to follow Jesus.
Jesus goes in the wilderness for forty days and the devil tries to trick Him into disobeying God.
Jesus chooses his disciples.
Doctor for the sick
The teachers of the law and the Pharisees wonder why Jesus dines with the tax collector and sinners. Jesus answers them and says: “It is not the healthy who need a doctor, but the sick. I have not come to call the righteous, but sinners.”
Wine for the wedding
Jesus turns water into wine.
Screaming in the synagogue
Everyone wondered at Jesus's teachings and his ability to cast out demons. Word about Him started to spread fast in Galilee.
Jesus Christ heals people
Jesus tours Galilee preaching and casting out demons.
Isn't He the son of Joseph?
The people do not like what they hear from Jesus in the synagogue and try to push Him off the mountain.
John in prison
John the baptist hears about Jesus while he's in prison.
A prize for the dancer
John the baptist is beheaded.
Teachings in the wilderness
The sermon on the mount.
Lord, teach us how to pray
Jesus teaches how to pray.
The two prayers
Jesus tells a parable of the prayer of the pharisee and the prayer of the tax collector.
Friend at midnight
Jesus tells a parable about a man who asks for bread from his neighbor in the middle of the night.
Jesus speaks about words and actions.
Four friends find a way
Four friends find a way to get their paralyzed friend before Jesus.
Who can forgive sins?
Jesus forgives the sins of the paralyzed man and heals him.
Not on the Sabbath!
Jesus heals a man with a withered hand on the Sabbath.
"He is crazy!"
Teachers of the law criticize Jesus and the miracles he was making.
Parable of the sower
What happened to the seeds that fell on different grounds.
Jesus uses parables about the mustard seed and yeast to explain to people the meaning of the Kingdom of God.
Jesus compares the Kingdom of God to a valuable treasure.
Jesus tells a parable of the man who prepared a dinner party and what happens to the invitees who decline the invitation.
Storm blowing over the lake
A storm comes when Jesus and his disciples are in the lake.
Crazy person among the graves
Jesus frees a demon possessed man.
Two important people
A man from the rulers of the synagogue askes Jesus to come to his house to heal his daughter who was on her deathbed.
Awake from death
Jesus raises from death the daughter of a ruler in the synagogue.
Jesus raises from death the son of a widow.
Two by Two
Jesus calls his twelve disciples and gives them the ability to drive out demons from people, and to heal the sick. He then divides them into groups, each group of two, and sends them out to preach the kingdom of God.
Who is the greatest?
Jesus says to his disciples: “Whoever wants to be first must be least of all and the servant of all.”
The salt and light
Jesus teaches his disciples that they should be like salt and light in the world.
Five loaves of bread and two fishes.
Walking on water
Jesus walks on water during a storm to get to his disciples who were in a boat.
Questions and answers
Jesus explains to Nicodemus what it means to be born again.
The woman that came for the water
The Samaritan woman at the well.
The lost sheep
Jesus tells the Pharisees the parable of the shepherd and the lost sheep.
The lost silver coin
Jesus tells the parable of the woman who lost one of her 10 valuable coins.
The lost son
Jesus tells a story to explain the love of God.
The workers and their pay
Jesus tells his disciples the parable of the landowner who hired workers to work in his vineyard.
The rich man
A rich man asks Jesus "what can I do to have eternal life?".
The greatest of gifts
Jesus teaches His disciples about true giving.
The foolish farmer
Jesus talks about the love of money.
You are Christ God
Who is Jesus?
The coming days
Jesus tells his disciples about His death and resurrection.
Moses and Elijah appear to Jesus as he was praying.
The pained father
The disciples unable to cast out an evil spirit from a man.
Healing the servant of the Roman officer
The Roman officer has faith that Jesus can heal his servant who is very ill.
Healing a deaf man
The people beg Jesus to heal a man who is deaf and mute.
The trees are walking
Jesus heals a blind man.
The example of the two sons
Only the people who do the will of God will enter His Kingdom.
The unforgiving man
"Seventy times seven".
Sheep or goats
Jesus tells his disciples about the day of judgement.
The good friend
A man asks Jesus what he should do to have eternal life.
An adulteress woman comes to house of Simon the Pharisee and stands at the feet of Jesus.
Jesus welcomed women and children to come to him when the disciples were trying to stop them.
The man who came back
Jesus heals 10 men with leprosy disease.
The good shepherd
Jesus explains to people who He is by calling himself the good shepherd.
The true vine
"I am the true vine, and my Father is the vineyard keeper. 2 He removes any of my branches that don’t produce fruit, and he trims any branch that produces fruit so that it will produce even more fruit."
A fig tree without figs
Jesus gives an example about a fig tree to help the people understand that their time to be saved will be up soon.
The wise girls and the foolish ones
Jesus compares the kingdom of God to a wedding and tells the story of 10 girls and their lanterns.
The three servants
Jesus tells a parable about a man who gives his money to his three servants when he travels and then later on comes back to see what they have done with the money.
Watching from the tree
The story of Zacchaeus.
Blind beggar at the side of the road
A beggar calls out to Jesus from among the crowd.
The most important thing
Jesus goes to visit Martha, Mary and their brother Lazarus in Bethany.
Your friend is sick
The sisters, Mary and Martha, send word to Jesus to come to their brother Lazarus because he's sick and needs healing.
Lazarus alive again!
Jesus raises Lazarus from death.
A gift to Jesus Christ
Mary pours expensive perfume on the feet of Jesus then wipes it with her hair.
The big celebration
The story of Palm Sunday.
Jesus Christ in the Temple
When Jesus sees the people in the temple buying and selling, he gets very angry and begins to teach them that the temple is a place for prayer while they had turned it into a den of thieves.
The enemies outside
Pharisees plot against Jesus and try to trick Him with their questions.
The evil workers
Jesus tells a parable about wicked workers to the heads of the Jews and their priests to teach them a lesson.
The enemy from within
Judas Iscariot negotiates with the chief priests and the leaders of the temple guards, those who want to kill Jesus, to get some money.
Preparing food for the Passover festival
Peter and John prepare the Passover dinner.
Caring for others
Jesus washes his disciples' feet to teach them that they should care for others.
Jesus says to his disciples that one of them will hand Him over, but they do not understand Him.
Preparing the disciples
Jesus tells the disciples of what is to come.
The arrest of Christ in the garden
People come with swords and clubs to arrest Jesus.
I don't know the man !
Peter denies that he knows Jesus three times.
The end of Judas
Judas regrets what he did.
Jesus Christ in Court
The people cry out "crucify Him, crucify him!".
Road to Calvary
The Roman soldiers beat up Jesus and make fun of him.
Jesus Christ on the cross
Jesus is crucified and dies on the cross.
Mary Magdalene goes to Jesus' tomb at dawn and finds tomb empty.
On the way to Emmaus
While two of Jesus's disciples were on their way to Emmaus, Jesus comes and walks along with them, however they do not recognize him.
The story of Thomas
Jesus appears to His disciples in Thomas's absence.
Do you love Me?
Jesus appears to his disciples as they're fishing.
Back to Heaven
Jesus rises up to heaven.
The Spirit of God comes
The spirit of God comes upon the disciples in tongues of fire and they start to speak in different languages.
Jesus Christ is Lord
Peter starts witnessing about Jesus to the people around him; leading many of them to repent and believe that Jesus Christ is the savior.
Healing and a case in court
Jewish leaders arrest Peter and John for healing a lame man in the name of Jesus Christ.
The married couple who lied to God
Ananias and his wife Sapphira claim that they have given the full price of the land to the Apostles.
Many people hated Stephen because he preached about Jesus with boldness.
The African employee
Philip got up and went to the south towards Gaza, as the angel of the Lord instructed him. There he met an Ethiopian man whom he evangelized and baptized.
A trip to Damascus
Jesus appears to Saul as he's on his way to Damascus.
A man changed
Instead of killing those who witness about Jesus, Saul now became a witness himself.
Tears for Tabitha
Tabitha is raised from the dead.
Cloth full of animals
Peter has a vision.
The Roman Soldier
Peter understands that Jesus came to be savior to all.
Prison doors open
An angel comes to Peter and leads him out of prison.
The gods descend to earth
When the crowd sees that Paul has healed a lame man, they are astonished and think that he's a god.
A message to Europe
Paul has a dream of a man asking him to go to the city of Macedonia to help its people.
Singing praises in Prison
Even though Paul and Silas have wounds in their backs and shackles on their feet, they pray and sing hymns in prison.
Strife in the city of Ephesus
Chaos in the city of Ephesus because of Paul's teachings.
The long sermon
Paul gathers with the believers in Troas.
Paul is warned of the dangers of going to Jerusalem.
The secret plan
The guards sneak Paul out of prison so that the people would not kill him.
Troubles in the sea on the way to Rome.
They reached the shore safely
The Roman officers, Paul and all those who are in the boat end up in Malta.
The authorities allow Paul to live alone with a soldier guarding him. He preached the kingdom of God and the Lord Jesus Christ with all boldness and freedom.
Letters from Paul
Paul writes letters to the Christians to encourage them to live rightly.
The fugitive slave
Paul sends a letter to Philemon appealing for Onesimus.
A letter to the Christians of Jewish origin
A letter of encouragement to the Christians going through difficult times.
A letter from James
A letter to Christians everywhere.
Letters from Peter
A letter of encouragement to persecuted Christians.