Истории Ветхого Завета
Many Jews disobey God. Armies from other lands take them captive. Herod becomes the king over the Jews.
The prophets preach about Jesus Christ. They tell of His birth, life, death, and resurrection.
Job is a very righteous man. God knew that Job would remain righteous even if he was tried in all things. Satan could not destroy Job's faith.
Esther, a Jew, is chosen as the new queen. Esther saves her people by revealing wicked Haman's plan.
The Jews return to Jerusalem and rebuild the temple. Some wicked men try to stop them. The prophets Ezra and Nehemiah give them instructions.
King Darius issues a law to kill all those who pray to God. Daniel continues to pray and is thrown into the lions' den. God saves him from injury.
Shadrach, Meshach, and Abed-nego refuse to pray to an idol. The king throws them into a hot furnace, and God saves them.
Daniel interprets the king's dream. The dream means the gospel will be preached all over the world. Daniel becomes leader over all the land.
Daniel and his friends obey God and request healthy food instead of meat and wine.
Wicked kings rule in Jerusalem. Prophets warn the people, but they do not listen. Babylon conquers them.
Jonah refuses to warn the people according to the Lord's directions. He is swallowed by a large fish. He repents and declares repentance unto the people of Nineveh.
Elisha performs the miracle of the oil, raises a boy from the dead, and heals Naaman of leprosy.
Elijah parts the Jordan River with his coat. Elijah is taken up into heaven. Elisha becomes the new prophet. He parts the river with Elijah's coat, and they recognize him as a prophet.
Elijah sees and talks with Jesus Christ. God tells Elijah that Elisha will be the new prophet.
Elijah shows the priests of Baal that idols have no power.
Elijah hides from wicked King Ahab and Jezebel. He goes to the home of a poor woman and child. The woman prepares bread with their only supplies. The Lord blesses them with food and water during the f...
Solomon makes sacrifices to idols, and Israel is punished for wickedness. After Solomon dies, the twelve tribes of Israel are divided.
God tells King Solomon to build a temple. It is made out of the best material. The temple is the house of God.
God blesses King Solomon with wisdom. Solomon gives many people wise counsel. He advises two women who are arguing over a baby.
God blesses David and gives him success in many battles. David becomes king of Israel. He is a good king and obeys God's commandments. He lusts after Bathsheba and sins.
Young David defeats Goliath with God's help.
Samuel goes to Bethlehem to find the next king of Israel. God chooses the young David to be the future king.
Saul becomes the king of Israel. Saul disobeys God by performing sacrifices without the prophet Samuel.
Samuel learns from the priest Eli. Although very young, Samuel is called as a prophet.
Ruth takes care of Naomi, her mother-in-law, after Ruth's husband dies. Ruth is blessed with a righteous husband because of her love for and care of Naomi.
Joshua becomes the prophet after Moses. Joshua parts the water so the Israelites can travel on dry ground. He leads the Israelites and marches around the walls of Jericho.
The Israelites travel for 40 years in the wilderness in search of the promised land.
Moses tells the Israelites to build a tabernacle according to Jesus Christ's instructions. Jesus Christ promises to visit the tabernacle.
The Israelites worship idols instead of Jesus Christ. Moses receives the Ten Commandments and prophesies that the wicked will be destroyed.
Jesus Christ declares the Ten Commandments to the people on Mount Sinai.