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  A  Total of  24 Animated  Stories
 from the New Testament Library


The King is Born  He is Risen
The Miracles of Jesus
  The Ministry of Paul
Saul of Tarsus 
John the Baptist
The Prodigal Son
  The Kingdom of Heaven 
Forgive Us Our Debts
The Righteous Judge
Treasures in Heaven 
The Good Samaritan
Lord, I Believe
Bread from Heaven
Lazarus Lives
The Messiah Comes
The Lord's Prayer
The Parables of Jesus
Jesus,
The Son of God 

The Greatest is
the Least

The Lost is Found 
Worthy is the Lamb
Built Upon the Rock 
Signs of the Times


The Prodigal Son - Every child will love this parable of a confused boy who finds unexpected forgiveness from the father he has wronged. 
prodigal son
The younger son of a successful farmer, begs his father for his share of the inheritance so he can go to the city and become a rich money lender.

In total despair he decides to return home and beg his father to hire him as a servant. In front of his father’s house, Jacob falls to the ground and begs for forgiveness.  His father, delighted to see him, throws a celebration in his honor.




Who do you know who needs to
be reminded of forgiveness?


Give them Forgive Us Our Debts so
they can learn that
forgiving others is a
 blessing and is commanded by Christ.




Forgive Us Our Debts - Jesus teaches this critical lesson of forgiveness. 

As Peter looks over the day’s catch of fish, two tax collectors come up to his boat. Mocking Peter’Forgive us our debtss faith in Christ, they tell Peter they will return the next day to collect their tax for the Temple. Jesus tells Peter to forgive the tax collectors and to go to the sea and cast in his line.

Peter asks Jesus, “How many times do I forgive a man who has done me wrong?” Jesus tells Peter that he must forgive everyone not just once, or seven times, but “seven times seventy times.”  Peter forgives the tax collectors and begins to spread this new message of forgiveness.


The Righteous Judge -  In the Gospel stories of an unfaithful woman and the man born blind, Jesus teaches that only God’s judgment is righteous. 

A poor blind beggar, is convinced in his heart and soul that Jesus can heal him, but he cannot find Him.

They bring a condemned woman to Jesus and ask Him to judge her. If He frees her, He is breaking the law of Moses; to sentence her to be stoned is to break Roman law. Jesus says, “Let him who has no sin cast the first stone.”




The Good Samaritan -  Children love this story of the stranger with a heart of gold who shows us what it means to love our neighbor.  Jesus tells the story of a Jewish spice merchant, who needed to travel a dangerous road to Jericho.

On the isolated, mountainous road, two robbers attack the spice merchant, steal his gold and leave him for dead.

Then a Samaritan passes by and takes the injured merchant to the inn.  The Samaritan tells the innkeeper’s son, “I just did what anyone would do.” He leaves money for the injured man’s care.


Do you or someone you know struggle
with
placing too much
 emphasis on material possessions?


Watch Treasures in Heaven and
learn the value
of "real" treasure
found
only in Christ.


Treasures In Heaven -  Sit at Jesus’ feet as He describes the eternal riches that God wants to give His children.   Zacchaeus is the Chief Publican of Jericho, who has gained great wealth by cheating others.

Zacchaeus struggles with his awakening faith. Worldly things have been replaced with a longing in his heart, and he prays that Jesus will heal him. He says, “I am a sinner, and not worthy.”

But Jesus tells him, “I have not come to this world for the righteous only, but to seek and save that which is lost.”

Jesus says, “Lay not for yourselves treasures on earth, but lay up for yourselves treasures in heaven.”


 

The Lost Is Found -  Through three interweaving stories, children will learn that Jesus loves the lost and wants to bring all sinners back to Him. 
The Lost is Found
In the story of The Lost Is Found, three individuals-a publican, a harlot and a sick man-ask questions about forgiveness, healing and salvation. They all discover, through very different means, the glorious truth about the love of Jesus.

The Lost Is Found illustrates how the limitless love of Jesus reaches the hearts of those lost in sickness and sin. Transgressions are forgiven and lives joyfully restored to God as Jesus extends His mercy to each sinner and lovingly brings each one back to the fold.


Lord I Believe - Witness Jesus' miraculous healings and mercy. 

Jesus teaches His disciples through word and deed the magnificent power of faith. Witness the kind Lord I BelieveRoman centurion who kneels before the Master and pleads for his dying servant.

The servant is healed instantly because he asked in faith with nothing doubting. Jesus’ words of comfort are as powerful as His miracles.  Jesus answers, “all things are possible to him that believeth,”




The Parables of Jesus -   Three of the Parables of Jesusbest-loved parables, The Talents, The Rich Man and Lazarus, and the Two Sons, are presented together to reinforce important principles.

They teach us how to be good stewards of our time and the things that we have been given. In a world of self-centeredness, these timeless truths help us focus on our faith in God and His power to help us live our lives in accordance to His teachings.


The Signs of the Times - Jesus uses the parables of the King's Wedding Feast and the Thief in the Night to reach His disciples to have humility, to repent, and to be preparedSign of the Times  Animated bible for the day He comes again.

Through parables, Jesus teaches His disciples to patiently watch for the significant signs that will precede His Second Coming.  You'll see how the disciples misunderstood the meaning of His parables.  Even with these insights, will we also misunderstand the signs of His coming today?




Built Upon the Rock -  Jesus is asked to judge an inheritance dispute, but instead He Built Upon the Rock -  Animated bibleuses this divisive conflict between brothers to affirm the eternal ideals of His Beatitudes which He taught in the Sermon on the Mount.


Jesus teaches the wronged brother to forgive and love his brother.  All who follow Jesus must learn that what we own has little to do with who we are.  Important ideals of stewardship and preparedness are emphasized through the parable of the House Built on Rock.



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