God’s Word: “When the Lord Jesus brought Lazarus back from the dead, He used one line: “Lazarus, come forth.” He said nothing aside from this—what do these words represent? They represent that God can accomplish anything through speaking, including resurrecting a dead man. When God created all things, when He created the world, He did so with words. He used spoken commands, words with authority, and just like that all things were created. It was accomplished like that. This single line spoken by the Lord Jesus was just like the words spoken by God when He created the heavens and earth and all things; it equally held the authority of God, the ability of the Creator. All things were formed and stood fast because of words from God’s mouth, and just the same, Lazarus walked out from his tomb because of the words from the Lord Jesus’ mouth. This was the authority of God, demonstrated and realized in His incarnate flesh. This type of authority and ability belonged to the Creator, and to the Son of man in whom the Creator was realized. This is the understanding taught to mankind by God bringing Lazarus back from the dead.” » Watch more: • Those Who Sincerely Love God Are All Honest People – Children Christian Songs • Christ’s Kingdom Is Realized Among Men – Worship God
This video is so creative and easy to understand: The use of hand drawing quickly shows us God’s creation of the heavens and earth and all things.
The story of Samaritan woman is well known by many Christians. To me, what touches me most is that she recognized Jesus as the Messiah from the words of Jesus.
This 3D animated cartoon, with vivid and lovely figures, records the life of Jesus from the virgin birth to His crucifixion and resurrection. It is especially best for kids to watch, allowing them to know about the life of Jesus and His work.
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Holy Tale Bible Story “David and Goliath” Goliath (/ɡəˈlaɪəθ/; Hebrew: גָּלְיָת, Modern Golyat, Tiberian Golyāṯ; Arabic: جالوت Ǧulyāt (Christian term), Ǧālūt (Qur’anic term)) of Gath (one of five city-states of the Philistines) is the Biblical warrior defeated by the young David in the Book of Samuel. Post-Classical Jewish traditions stressed his status as the representative of paganism, in contrast to David, the champion of the God of Israel. Christian tradition sees David’s battle with Goliath the victory of God’s king over the enemies of God’s helpless people as a prefiguring of Jesus’ victory over sin on the cross and the Church’s victory over Satan. The phrase “David and Goliath” (or “David versus Goliath”) has taken on a more popular meaning, denoting an underdog situation, a contest where a smaller, weaker opponent faces a much bigger, stronger adversary.
This is a story about Daniel. He actually came to Babylon with Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego, and each king that came and went liked these men because they were honest and hard workers. They were always given the most important jobs which made the other workers of the king jealous. This time the king’s name was Darius and he also liked Daniel. He knew that Daniel was a good worker so he decided to put Daniel in charge of the whole country. The other servants of the king were very jealous of Daniel and they tried to find something that would get Daniel in trouble. They were trying to get him fired, but Daniel obeyed God so they couldn’t find anything……
Noah’s Ark is a famous story. At that time, the evil deeds of the people on earth had reached such an extent that God could not have any more patience with them. Therefore, God sent the rain that lasted for 40 days, drowning everything on the face of the earth. Only Noah obeyed God’s commands and took his family to build the ark and assembled all manner of living creatures. Then his family of eight survived the destruction and received God’s blessings. The historical event left us a lot to reflect, and Noah is an exemplar for us to imitate. Then why did God call upon Noah to build the ark? God’s word reveals the answer for us: “Why choose Noah? In God’s eyes, Noah is a just man, and no matter what God instructs him to do he will do so accordingly. It means he will do whatever God tells him to do. God wanted to find someone like this to work with Him, to complete what He had entrusted, to complete His work on earth.” “When Noah did as God instructed he didn’t know what God’s intentions were. He didn’t know what God wanted to accomplish. God had only given him a command, instructed him to do something, but without much explanation, and he went ahead and did it. He didn’t try to figure out God’s intentions in private, nor did he resist God or have a double heart. He just went and did it accordingly with a pure and simple heart. Whatever God let him do he did, and obeying and listening to God’s word were his conviction for doing things. That was how straightforwardly and simply he dealt with what God entrusted. His essence—the essence of his actions was obedience, not second-guessing, not resisting, and moreover, not thinking of his own personal interests and his gains and losses. Further, when God said He would destroy the world with a flood, he did not ask when or try to get to the bottom of it, and he certainly did not ask God just how He was going to destroy the world. He simply did as God instructed. However God wanted it to be made and made with what, he did exactly as God asked and also commenced action immediately thereafter. He did it with an attitude of wanting to satisfy God. Was he doing it to help himself avoid the disaster? No. Did he ask God how much longer before the world would be destroyed? He didn’t. Did he ask God or did he know how long it would take to build the ark? He didn’t know that either. He simply just obeyed, listened, and did it accordingly.” From God’s word, we can see that Noah treated God’s commission with a pure and obedient heart. Noah didn’t give any consideration to whether he gains or loses prospect, nor did he have any doubt about God’s word. He just did whatever God commanded. Even though he suffered the scorn and ridicule of others while preaching the gospel, his faith in God had never wavered. Finally, Noah and his family survived and inherited God’s blessings. Then look at my attitude towards God’s orchestration and arrangements. In many cases, I have my own plans, and I just infer God’s intention. Moreover, when I encounter difficulties or scourges, it’s difficult for me to keep my faith in God. So, the deeds of Noah really touched me. All we have including our lives are bestowed by God, so, as a follower of God, we should be a person who simply obeys Him, just as what the Lord Jesus taught us, “Truly I say to you, Except you be converted, and become as little children, you shall not enter into the kingdom of heaven” (Matthew 18:3). Sometimes, we don’t know God’s intentions behind the circumstances He arranged for us, but as long as we follow and seek Him all along with an honest and pure heart like little children, one day His intentions will be revealed to us, and He will make the best arrangement for us. The same goes for the matter of welcoming the second coming of the Lord. Only if we obey and follow as soon as we hear God’s voice can we have the chance to be approved by God.