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Children's Christian Stories

The Red Sea parting for Moses, David beating Goliath and many more

The Bible is full of amazing, true stories. We can read about The Red Sea parting for Moses, David beating Goliath, Jonah in the big fish, Daniel in the lion’s den and many more. These are all part of The Big Story, the story of God working through His people on earth, to bring us back to Him.

  • The Story of Creation - Look back in time at how God created the world in six days
  • Adam and Eve - Adam and Eve were created by God to take care of His creation, to populate the earth, and to have a relationship with Him.
  • The Tower of Babel - The story of the Tower of Babel explains the origins of the multiplicity of languages. God was concerned that humans had blasphemed by building the tower to avoid a second flood so God brought into existence multiple languages.
  • Abraham's Covenant - God promises to bless Abraham and all of his descendants.
  • The Fall of Jericho - The wall of Jericho was destroyed when the Israelites walked around it for seven days carrying the Ark of the Covenant. On the seventh day, Joshua commanded his people to blow their trumpets made of rams' horns and shout at the walls until they finally fell down
  • David and Goliath - Even without a sword or armour, David killed Goliath and saved the Israelites from becoming slaves to the Philistines. David then grabbed Goliath's sword and used it to cut off the giant's head. The Israelites gasped in disbelief before cheering for David's victory.
  • John the Baptist - John the Baptist was an ascetic Jewish prophet known in Christianity as the forerunner of Jesus. John preached about God's Final Judgment and baptized repentant followers in preparation for it. Jesus was among the recipients of his rite of baptism.
  • The Christ is Born - Jesus Christ, probably the most well-known figure in history, had very humble beginnings. There was a virgin named Mary who lived in the town of Nazareth, a town in Galilee. She loved God dearly. She was to marry a man named Joseph. God sent the angel, Gabriel to tell her that she had found favour with God and that He would cause her to become pregnant while she was still a virgin. She accepted this, and so she became pregnant. Gabriel also visited Joseph and told him what God desired, so that he would not think Mary had been unfaithful.
  • Teaching Nicodemus - Jesus teaches a Pharisee one of the things needed to get into the Kingdom of Heaven. When Nicodemus told Jesus that he believed that Jesus had come from God because of the signs and wonders, Jesus told him that nobody would see the kingdom of God until they were born again. Confused, Nicodemus asked how a grown man can be born again, and Jesus explained that a person needs to be born again of water and in the Spirit of God, in order to be able to see the kingdom of God
  • Jesus Calms the Storm - Jesus performed many great miracles and His disciples got to witness them! Jesus and His disciples were travelling in a boat one night, and Jesus fell asleep after a tiring day of preaching to the people. Without any warning, a harsh storm came upon them, and they were terrified that they would drown. Out of fear they woke Jesus and asked Him to save them. “Oh you of little faith,” Jesus said to them, “Why are you so afraid?” Jesus then turned to the storm and rebuked t it. The wind and the waves were completely calm, once again.
  • Devil In The Desert - Before starting His ministry, even Jesus had to fight against temptation. Jesus had been fasting forty days and nights in the desert. He was alone and hungry. The devil went to Him and tried to tempt Him into turning the stones into bread, but Jesus replied that man does not live on bread alone but on the Word of God. Then, the devil took Jesus to the highest point in the Holy City to the highest point. He told Jesus to throw Himself from there for the scriptures said that the angels would save Jesus. But Jesus replied to him that we should not put the Lord to the test The devil then tried to promise all the kingdoms of the world to Jesus, as long as He bowed down and worshipped him. But Jesus rebuked the devil and told him that worship is meant for God alone. The devil then left Jesus, and the angels of the Lord came to attend to Him..