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Book 1 of an audio-visual series with Bible stories of Adam, Noah, Job, Abraham. For evangelism, church planting and systematic Christian teaching.

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Introduction Picture 1. Adam and the Animals

Greetings Friends. Come and learn about some of the first people who lived on earth. They can teach us much about the One True God. Look at the pictures in the Red book. Look at the next one when you hear this sound. (Signal) In the beginning this earth did not exist. Only God existed. There is only one God. He is Spirit. (We cannot see Him.) God has all power. He knows all things and He is everywhere. God created everything on earth and in the sky. He made man from the dust of the earth. God gave the man a spirit so he could know God. (All his thoughts and his desires agreed with God.) God called the man Adam. Adam gave names to all the animals which God had made. (God made all the spirits and the angels in Heaven too.) Everything which God made was very good. (Signal)

1 MIN1991 NOV 26
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Introduction Picture 1. Adam and the Animals

Picture 2. A Wife for Adam

God put Adam in a beautiful (fertile) garden and he cared for it. There were male and female creatures of every kind, but there was no suitable companion for the man. So God caused Adam to fall into a deep sleep. Then He took a rib out of Adam's side. God made a woman from Adam's rib, and He brought her to the man to be his companion. The man and the woman were naked but they were not ashamed. They could speak to God as friends. There was no sorrow, death or evil in that wonderful place. (Signal)

41 s1991 NOV 26
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Picture 2. A Wife for Adam

Picture 3. The Snake in the Garden

God told Adam, "You are free to eat of every tree in the garden, but you must not eat from the tree of good and evil, for when you eat of it you will surely die." Satan was an angel in Heaven, but he turned against God. He became the enemy of God. Satan came to the woman in the form of a beautiful snake. He lied to the woman. He told her that she would not die. He persuaded her to eat from the tree. The woman gave some of the fruit to Adam and he ate it too. They had disobeyed God and they couldn't know God the same way any more. They became ashamed that they were naked, and they tried to hide from God. (Signal)

56 s1991 NOV 26
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Picture 3. The Snake in the Garden

Picture 4. Adam and Eve Outside the Garden

God put Adam and the woman out of the garden. He said to Adam, "Because you ate of the tree, the land will be cursed. You will have to work hard to make it produce food." God said to the woman, "I will increase your trouble in giving birth." And to the snake He said, "Because you have done this, you are cursed, you will crawl on your belly." The snake became man's enemy. Adam called the woman Eve (which means Life). Eve had children who are the ancestors of us all. We are still separated from God, and we all disobey God even as Adam did. But God promised that one day He would send a Man who would defeat Satan. That man is able to bring us back to God. The Man is the Lord Jesus Christ. (Signal)

1 MIN1991 NOV 26
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Picture 4. Adam and Eve Outside the Garden

Picture 5. Noah and the Great Boat

The people who descended from Adam followed the ways of Satan. Only one man tried to please God. His name was Noah. God said to Noah, "I have decided to destroy all mankind because the earth is full of their evil deeds. Build a boat for yourself. I am going to send a flood on the earth to destroy every living thing. Go into the boat with your wife and your sons and their wives. Take into the boat with you a male and a female of every kind of animal and bird, in order to keep them alive." Noah did everything that God commanded. (Signal)

44 s1991 NOV 26
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Picture 5. Noah and the Great Boat

Picture 6. The Great Flood

Noah warned the people that God would destroy them but they would not turn from their evil ways. Noah and his family and two of every creatures went into the boat. God shut them in. Then the rain began to fall. It rained for forty days and forty nights. Springs of water came from under the ground, and the whole earth was covered with a great flood. Every person, animal and bird died except for Noah and all those in the boat. (Signal)

40 s1991 NOV 26
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Picture 6. The Great Flood

Picture 7. The Rainbow and God's Promise

The rain stopped and after a year the ground dried out. Noah and his family and all the animals came out of the boat. Noah offered a sacrifice to God and God was pleased. God put a rainbow in the sky and He said, "I will never again destroy all living beings with a flood. Whenever the rainbow appears I will remember My promise to you." Friends, when you see a rainbow remember this too. God will judge the world again. Next time He will destroy the world with fire. However, those who believe and obey God need not fear. God has given us a way of escape and that Way is the Lord Jesus Christ. (Signal)

51 s1991 NOV 26
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Picture 7. The Rainbow and God's Promise

Picture 8. The Tower of Babel

The sons of Noah had many children. God told them to go to live all over the earth, but the people did not want to separate. They decided to build a city with a tower that would reach the sky. God saw their disobedience and their pride, and He said, "These are all one people and they speak one language. Let us go down and mix up their languages." Look at the people in the picture! They cannot understand one another. They had to stop building the city and go to live in different places. It was man's disobedience which caused so many languages. Disobedience separates people from each other, and disobedience separates people from God. (Music and Signal)

53 s1991 NOV 26
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Picture 8. The Tower of Babel

Picture 9. Job Worships God

The man in this picture is Job. He worshipped and sacrificed only to the One True God. He did not follow Satan's ways. Job had many children and servants, and large herds of animals. God had caused Job to become very rich. One day God told Satan that He was pleased with Job. But Satan said that Job only worshipped God in order to be rich. He said to God, "If You take away everything that Job has, he will curse You." God knew that Satan lied. He knew that Job would worship Him even if he were poor. So God let Satan take everything from Job to prove that Job was a good man. (Signal)

56 s1991 NOV 26
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Picture 9. Job Worships God

Picture 10. Job in Mourning

One day Job's servants brought him terrible news. Job's enemies had stolen his oxen and donkeys and killed his servants. Lightning had killed all his sheep and their shepherds. Bandits had stolen all of his camels. Another servant brought the worst news of all, saying, "Your children were feasting when a storm blew the house down and killed them all." Job shaved his head and fell to the ground. He said, "The Lord gave, and now He has taken away. May His Name be praised!" In all these troubles Job did not curse God. (Signal)

44 s1991 NOV 26
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Picture 10. Job in Mourning

Latest Episodes

Introduction Picture 1. Adam and the Animals

Greetings Friends. Come and learn about some of the first people who lived on earth. They can teach us much about the One True God. Look at the pictures in the Red book. Look at the next one when you hear this sound. (Signal) In the beginning this earth did not exist. Only God existed. There is only one God. He is Spirit. (We cannot see Him.) God has all power. He knows all things and He is everywhere. God created everything on earth and in the sky. He made man from the dust of the earth. God gave the man a spirit so he could know God. (All his thoughts and his desires agreed with God.) God called the man Adam. Adam gave names to all the animals which God had made. (God made all the spirits and the angels in Heaven too.) Everything which God made was very good. (Signal)

1 MIN1991 NOV 26
Comments
Introduction Picture 1. Adam and the Animals

Picture 2. A Wife for Adam

God put Adam in a beautiful (fertile) garden and he cared for it. There were male and female creatures of every kind, but there was no suitable companion for the man. So God caused Adam to fall into a deep sleep. Then He took a rib out of Adam's side. God made a woman from Adam's rib, and He brought her to the man to be his companion. The man and the woman were naked but they were not ashamed. They could speak to God as friends. There was no sorrow, death or evil in that wonderful place. (Signal)

41 s1991 NOV 26
Comments
Picture 2. A Wife for Adam

Picture 3. The Snake in the Garden

God told Adam, "You are free to eat of every tree in the garden, but you must not eat from the tree of good and evil, for when you eat of it you will surely die." Satan was an angel in Heaven, but he turned against God. He became the enemy of God. Satan came to the woman in the form of a beautiful snake. He lied to the woman. He told her that she would not die. He persuaded her to eat from the tree. The woman gave some of the fruit to Adam and he ate it too. They had disobeyed God and they couldn't know God the same way any more. They became ashamed that they were naked, and they tried to hide from God. (Signal)

56 s1991 NOV 26
Comments
Picture 3. The Snake in the Garden

Picture 4. Adam and Eve Outside the Garden

God put Adam and the woman out of the garden. He said to Adam, "Because you ate of the tree, the land will be cursed. You will have to work hard to make it produce food." God said to the woman, "I will increase your trouble in giving birth." And to the snake He said, "Because you have done this, you are cursed, you will crawl on your belly." The snake became man's enemy. Adam called the woman Eve (which means Life). Eve had children who are the ancestors of us all. We are still separated from God, and we all disobey God even as Adam did. But God promised that one day He would send a Man who would defeat Satan. That man is able to bring us back to God. The Man is the Lord Jesus Christ. (Signal)

1 MIN1991 NOV 26
Comments
Picture 4. Adam and Eve Outside the Garden

Picture 5. Noah and the Great Boat

The people who descended from Adam followed the ways of Satan. Only one man tried to please God. His name was Noah. God said to Noah, "I have decided to destroy all mankind because the earth is full of their evil deeds. Build a boat for yourself. I am going to send a flood on the earth to destroy every living thing. Go into the boat with your wife and your sons and their wives. Take into the boat with you a male and a female of every kind of animal and bird, in order to keep them alive." Noah did everything that God commanded. (Signal)

44 s1991 NOV 26
Comments
Picture 5. Noah and the Great Boat

Picture 6. The Great Flood

Noah warned the people that God would destroy them but they would not turn from their evil ways. Noah and his family and two of every creatures went into the boat. God shut them in. Then the rain began to fall. It rained for forty days and forty nights. Springs of water came from under the ground, and the whole earth was covered with a great flood. Every person, animal and bird died except for Noah and all those in the boat. (Signal)

40 s1991 NOV 26
Comments
Picture 6. The Great Flood

Picture 7. The Rainbow and God's Promise

The rain stopped and after a year the ground dried out. Noah and his family and all the animals came out of the boat. Noah offered a sacrifice to God and God was pleased. God put a rainbow in the sky and He said, "I will never again destroy all living beings with a flood. Whenever the rainbow appears I will remember My promise to you." Friends, when you see a rainbow remember this too. God will judge the world again. Next time He will destroy the world with fire. However, those who believe and obey God need not fear. God has given us a way of escape and that Way is the Lord Jesus Christ. (Signal)

51 s1991 NOV 26
Comments
Picture 7. The Rainbow and God's Promise

Picture 8. The Tower of Babel

The sons of Noah had many children. God told them to go to live all over the earth, but the people did not want to separate. They decided to build a city with a tower that would reach the sky. God saw their disobedience and their pride, and He said, "These are all one people and they speak one language. Let us go down and mix up their languages." Look at the people in the picture! They cannot understand one another. They had to stop building the city and go to live in different places. It was man's disobedience which caused so many languages. Disobedience separates people from each other, and disobedience separates people from God. (Music and Signal)

53 s1991 NOV 26
Comments
Picture 8. The Tower of Babel

Picture 9. Job Worships God

The man in this picture is Job. He worshipped and sacrificed only to the One True God. He did not follow Satan's ways. Job had many children and servants, and large herds of animals. God had caused Job to become very rich. One day God told Satan that He was pleased with Job. But Satan said that Job only worshipped God in order to be rich. He said to God, "If You take away everything that Job has, he will curse You." God knew that Satan lied. He knew that Job would worship Him even if he were poor. So God let Satan take everything from Job to prove that Job was a good man. (Signal)

56 s1991 NOV 26
Comments
Picture 9. Job Worships God

Picture 10. Job in Mourning

One day Job's servants brought him terrible news. Job's enemies had stolen his oxen and donkeys and killed his servants. Lightning had killed all his sheep and their shepherds. Bandits had stolen all of his camels. Another servant brought the worst news of all, saying, "Your children were feasting when a storm blew the house down and killed them all." Job shaved his head and fell to the ground. He said, "The Lord gave, and now He has taken away. May His Name be praised!" In all these troubles Job did not curse God. (Signal)

44 s1991 NOV 26
Comments
Picture 10. Job in Mourning
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