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Puppets on Power Bible Stories

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Old Testament

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God often gives promises, but rarely tells you when they are going to happen. One has to, indeed, "wait on the Lord."

Abraham and Sarah

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This is part 1 of "Joshua Fought the Battle of Jericho" in which, just like Moses split and crossed over the Dead Sea; the new leader, Joshua, also split the Jordan River and crossed over to destroy the walls of Jericho.

The Battle of Jericho #1
The Battle of Jericho #2

The amazing conclusion to the story of how Joshua and the people of Israel witnessed the miracle of the walls of Jericho suddenly falling down around the city!

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The well-known Bible story of David (a boy) going up against Goliath (a giant) is being acted out by puppets. This inspiring true story demonstrates that with God's assistance, anything is possible.

David vs. Goliath

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This story can be found in the book of I Kings Chapter 18, which describes a competition between numerous prophets of Baal and the sole prophet of God, Elijah. 

Elijah vs. Prophets of Baal

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The story of Naaman the leper, from 2 Kings 5, is being reenacted with puppets. A tale about faith, spiritual direction, and the blessings that come from following God's rules.

Naaman the Leper

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The Jews were expelled from Jerusalem by the Babylonians in 587 B.C. After a period of fifty years, some Jews were allowed to return. Nehemiah, a Jew (born and raised in captivity) served as cupbearer to King Xerses of Persia a full century later. He responded to reports of the city's deteriorating condition by traveling to Jerusalem to assist with the reconstruction of the city's wall.

Nehemiah

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Shadrach, Meshach and Abednego were three young men who refused to bow and worship a golden statue that King Nebuchadnezzar had made. The punishment was death in a fiery furnace but God showed up and showed off!

Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego

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When Jonah was swallowed by a "great fish", he had plenty of time to think about why he ran from God. After three days of living inside the animal, the fish is said to have "vomited out Jonah upon the dry land." Then he had a decision to make.

Jonah & the Whale
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