God Gives Victory! | Good News Club TV S5E3
Who is your favorite superhero? The Bible tells about a time when God provided real heroes to save His people from serious trouble! These people were not perfect, but the all-powerful God used these real men and women to help save His people. These heroes were called judges. They weren’t like judges in a courtroom we have today. They were special leaders God used to rescue His people from big problems. Listen to this episode to hear why God’s people needed these special heroes.
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It was late at night. Jesus had been with His disciples in the quiet garden when suddenly the silence was broken by the sound of approaching soldiers!
People were everywhere! They had come from all over Israel to celebrate a special feast in Jerusalem. The market was crowded as people were buying all they needed for the special meal. It was time for the Passover celebration!
Have you ever felt like God wants you to do things that are too hard for you? The Bible tells about someone who felt he couldn’t do what God wanted him to do. Find out what happened in this episode of Good News Club TV!
The Bible tells us about some people who lived in a land called Canaan. There were many different groups of people in this land, but because they all lived in Canaan, they are usually called “Canaanites” in the Bible. God had given the Canaanites many good things, but the Canaanites did not want to serve God. Find out what happens in this episode of Good News Club TV!
“This land is filled with huge armies. They will destroy us! And we saw giants! Some of them were so tall it made us feel as small as grasshoppers! We can’t live here!”
Giants? Huge armies? What kind of a land was this and who was saying these things? Find out in this episode of Good News Club TV!
Do you like to get gifts? I like to get gifts too. We are about to celebrate a holiday when lots of people give and receive gifts. Christmas!