Great Bible Stories Vol. 1 by Bridgestone Multimedia
Cross Rhythms Product Code: 124310
Product Format: DVD
Content Type: Film
Cat. Code: 9780740325144
Release Date: 12 Jan 2012
Seeing: A man blind from birth is miraculously healed by Jesus Christ. With his sight restored, he not only sees his Healer, but also His divinity - whereas others, despite their perfectly good eyesight, seemingly cannot see Jesus for who He really is. Based on John 9.
Touch: One day, as Jesus was moving through a crowd of people, He suddenly observed, "Somebody hath touched me: for I perceive that virtue [power] is gone out of me." Touch was an act of faith. A woman with an issue of blood had touched His garment, believing that by doing so she would be healed. And she was.
The Good Samaritan: In this parable shared by Jesus, a traveller fell among thieves and was left half dead. While others passed him by, a Samaritan - a known Jewish enemy - saved the man from certain death by caring for him. "Go and do thou likewise" was then Christ's charge - for all of us.
Akedah (The Binding): After giving Abraham a promise of endless posterity through which all the world would be blessed, God gave the prophet a great test: a commandment to sacrifice his beloved and only son, Isaac. is event is known by many throughout the world as the Akedah - the Hebrew word for binding.
Elijah & the Widow of Zarephath: After three years of famine, a faithful widow and her young son were down to their last "handful of meal... and a little oil," when the prophet Elijah approached her, imploring, "Bring me, I pray thee, a morsel of bread in thine hand." Experience the widow's trial of faith as told in 1 Kings.
The Sisters of Bethany: Little is known of Mary or Martha The Bible mentions them thrice: the raising of their brother Lazarus (John 11); Mary anointing the feet of Jesus (John 12:1-8); and "choosing that good part" (Luke 10:38-42). But those three incidents are fundamental in Christ's ministry and in his teaching