BIBLE Find It: A Simple, Illustrated Guide to Key Events, by Kent Keller, Jonathan Ziman

By Kent Keller, Jonathan Ziman

The place is that during the Bible? discover with Bible locate It—a totally illustrated advisor to the exciting humans, occasions, verses, and extra of scripture. This brand-new reference may also help you establish key features of God’s Word—big occasions, overheard fees, tales Jesus advised, favourite parents, and more—then express you precisely the place they’re present in the Bible. interesting articles might help you already know these Bible evidence in a bigger context, whereas the full-color illustrations will upload in your studying adventure. There’s even a enjoyable “Is that during the Bible?” part that would shock you!

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During one preaching session, the Bible accounts only mention the men (5,000), but there may have been at least double that amount of people present. The twelve disciples asked Jesus to send away the crowd so that they could find food. Not an easy task in the days before convenience stores. But Jesus didn’t need a convenience store. He was the Son of God! First, He assessed what they already had: five loaves and two fish donated by a child. Not much for even one person. Nevertheless, Jesus took the food, gave thanks for it, and started passing it out.

Sin caused enmity between God and humans, between human beings, and even between humans and nature. We have reaped the consequences of their disobedience to this day. Before we judge Adam and Eve too harshly, though, consider this: What happens when you see a sign that reads: Wet Paint? You want to touch it and see if it really is wet, right? Or, when you read a sign posted at the edge of a lush, green yard reading: Keep Off the Grass, isn’t your impulse to put at least one foot in the forbidden area?

Genesis 11:4 nlt) 46 | B i b l e Fi n d I t God Sends Plagues on Egypt Exodus 7:1—12:36 When the Israelite population increased in Egypt, the fearful pharaoh enslaved them to keep them under control. By the time of Moses, the people of Israel had been enslaved for over four centuries. God sent Moses to Pharaoh to command him to let the people go. Knowing that Pharaoh would refuse, God used a special form of persuasion: ten plagues. ” Perhaps you have asked that question yourself or wondered why there was a plague of lice, darkness, locusts, hailstones, etc.

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