Bible Story Coloring Pages 2

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This REPRODUCIBLE product includes: Coloring pages for Bible stories from Genesis to Revelation. Easy-to-read Bible story on the back of each picture. Review or introduce a lesson's Bible story. For use in: After-school care; Bible story review; Build a Bible story booklet; Children's evangelism; Construct Bible time lines; During midweek church activities; Hospital or sickrooms; Home entertainment; Sunday school; Vacation Bible school; Summer camp.
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Overview


This REPRODUCIBLE product includes: Coloring pages for Bible stories from Genesis to Revelation. Easy-to-read Bible story on the back of each picture. Review or introduce a lesson's Bible story. For use in: After-school care; Bible story review; Build a Bible story booklet; Children's evangelism; Construct Bible time lines; During midweek church activities; Hospital or sickrooms; Home entertainment; Sunday school; Vacation Bible school; Summer camp.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780830730957
  • Publisher: Gospel Light Publications
  • Publication date: 12/10/2002
  • Pages: 248
  • Age range: 5 - 8 Years
  • Product dimensions: 8.50 (w) x 10.90 (h) x 0.60 (d)

Meet the Author


Gospel Light is a multi-faceted publisher of fun and creative Sunday School curriculum, exciting Vacation Bible School programs and inspiring biblical books. For nearly 70 years, Gospel Light has equipped teachers with the best tools for reaching children with the saving knowledge of Jesus Christ. Gospel Light remembers what it’s like to see the world through a child’s eyes, producing Sunday School curriculum and ministry resources designed to reach kids right where they are, teaching God and His Word through hands-on activities that engage their intense curiosity and openness to learning new things. The mission of Gospel Light is still the same today as it was in 1933: "To know Christ and to make Him known."

 

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Table of Contents

Genesis 1:1--2 God made the world 9
Genesis 3:1-23 Adam and Eve disobey God 11
Genesis 4:1-16 Cain and Abel give offerings 13
Genesis 6 Noah builds the ark 15
Genesis 7:1-18 Noah and his family are safe in the ark 17
Genesis 8:1--9:17 Noah thanks God 19
Genesis 11:1-9 God stops the building of a tower 21
Genesis 12:1-9 Abraham moves to a new home 23
Genesis 12:1-4; 13 Abraham and Lot choose land 25
Genesis 12:1-7; 15:1-7; 18:1-19; 21:1-7 God keeps His promises to Abraham 27
Genesis 22:1-19 Abraham obeys God 29
Genesis 27:1-45 Jacob tricks Isaac 31
Genesis 32:3-21; 33:1-11 Esau forgives Jacob 33
Genesis 37:2-36 Joseph's brothers are angry 35
Genesis 41 Joseph explains Pharaoh's dream 37
Genesis 42--45 Joseph helps his family 39
Exodus 2:1-10; 3:1--4:17 God is with Moses 41
Exodus 5--12:32 Moses talks to Pharaoh 43
Exodus 12:31--13 God leads the Israelites 45
Exodus 14--15:21 The Israelites thank God 47
Exodus 15:22-27 God gives water to the Israelites 49
Exodus 17:8-16 God helps the Israelites win a battle 51
Numbers 13--14:35 Spies visit the Promised Land 53
Numbers 21:4-9 Moses asks God for help 55
Joshua 3 God stops a river 57
Joshua 4 God's people remember crossing the river 59
Joshua 6:1-20 Jericho's walls fall down 61
Joshua 9 Joshua is tricked 63
Joshua 10:1-15 God makes the sun stand still 65
Judges 4:1-16 Deborah helps people obey God 67
Judges 6--7:21 Gideon leads an army 69
Judges 13--16 God gives Samson strength 71
Ruth 1--4 Ruth cares for Naomi 73
1 Samuel 1--2:26 Samuel learns about God 75
1 Samuel 8--10 Saul is made king 77
1 Samuel 15 Saul disobeys God 79
1 Samuel 16:1-13 David is chosen as king 81
1 Samuel 16:18-23; 17:15,34-35 David helps others 83
1 Samuel 18:1-9; 19:1-10; 20 Jonathan helps David 85
2 Samuel 6:1-19; 1 Chronicles 15:25--16:3 David brings the Ark to Jerusalem 87
2 Samuel 9 David is kind to Mephibosheth 89
1 Kings 3:16-28 Solomon shows his wisdom 91
1 Kings 11:1-13,28-40 Solomon worships idols 93
1 Kings 17:7-16 God helps Elijah and a widow 95
1 Kings 19:1-18 Elijah listens to God 97
1 Kings 19:19-21 Elisha becomes a prophet 99
2 Kings 4:8-10 Friends build a room for Elisha 101
2 Chronicles 20:1-30 God's people sing praises 103
2 Chronicles 29--30 Hezekiah celebrates the Passover 105
Job 1--2:10; 42 Job talks with God 107
Isaiah 6:1-8; 9:1-7 Isaiah writes God's messages 109
Isaiah 9:1-7; Micah 1:1; 5:2-5 Prophets tell of the promised Messiah 111
Daniel 1 Daniel and his friends obey God 113
Daniel 5 Daniel explains the handwriting on the wall 115
Daniel 6 Daniel keeps praying 117
Esther 2:1-18; 3--8:17 Queen Esther is brave 119
Nehemiah 8 Nehemiah and Ezra read God's Word 121
Luke 1:26-38; 2:1-7 Jesus is born 123
Luke 2:8-20 Shepherds come to greet Jesus 125
Luke 2:21-38 Simeon and Anna welcome Jesus 127
Matthew 2:1-12 Wise men travel to find Jesus 129
Matthew 3:13-17; Mark 1:9-11; Luke 3:21-22; John 1:29-34 Jesus visits John the Baptist 131
John 4:43-54 Jesus helps a boy become well 133
Luke 4:14-30 Jesus teaches in Nazareth 135
John 5:1-15 Jesus makes a sick man well 137
Matthew 12:1-14; Mark 2:23--3:6; Luke 6:1-11 The Pharisees question Jesus 139
Matthew 6:5-13; Mark 1:35-37; Luke 11:1-4 Jesus' friends learn to pray 141
Matthew 6:25-34 Jesus talks about the birds and the flowers 143
Matthew 7:24-29 Jesus teaches about the wise and foolish men 145
Luke 7:1-10 The centurion's servant is made well 147
Luke 7:11-17 Jesus stops a funeral 149
Matthew 10:1-11 Jesus sends out 12 helpers 151
Mark 4:1-20 Jesus tells the parable of the sower 153
Matthew 16:13-20 Peter says Jesus is God's Son 155
Matthew 17:1-13; Luke 9:28-36 Jesus' friends hear that Jesus is God's Son 157
Matthew 18:21-35 Jesus tells the story of the forgiving king 159
John 10:7-18 Jesus tells about the good shepherd 161
Luke 12:13-21 Jesus talks about a rich man 163
Luke 14:1,15-24 Jesus tells about a big party 165
Matthew 18:10-14; Luke 15:3-7 Jesus tells the story of the lost sheep 167
Luke 15:8-10 A woman finds a special coin 169
Luke 18:9-14 Two men pray 171
Matthew 19:16-26; Mark 10:17-27 A rich man asks Jesus a question 173
Matthew 20:1-16 Jesus tells the story of the workers 175
Mark 10:46-52; Luke 18:35-43 Jesus heals blind Bartimaeus 177
Matthew 21:1-11; Luke 19:29-44; John 12:12-19 Jesus enters Jerusalem 179
Matthew 25:14-30; Luke 19:12-27 Jesus tells the parable of the talents 181
Matthew 26:17-30; Mark 14:12-26; Luke 22:7-20; John 13:1-17 Jesus eats a last meal with His friends 183
Matthew 28:1-10 Jesus rises from the dead 185
Luke 24:13-35 Two friends see Jesus 187
Matthew 28:16-20 Jesus makes a promise 189
Acts 2:1-41 God sends the Holy Spirit 191
Acts 2:42-47; 4:32-35; 5:12-16 God's family meets together 193
Acts 3:1-16 Peter helps a lame man 195
Acts 6:1-7 Hungry widows are given food 197
Acts 9:1-19 Saul believes in Jesus 199
Acts 9:10-22 Ananias obeys God 201
Acts 10:9-48 Peter learns about God's love for all people 203
Acts 14:8-18 Paul and Barnabas visit Lystra 205
Acts 16:1-5; Philippians 2:19-22; 1 Thessalonians 3:2-10; 2 Timothy 1 Timothy learns about God and shares the good news 207
Acts 17:16-34 Paul tells about God in Athens 209
2 Corinthians 8--9 The believers in Corinth help others 211
Acts 21:17--22:21 Paul preaches to an angry crowd 213
Acts 23:12-35 A plot against Paul is discovered 215
Acts 28 Paul teaches about Jesus 217
Galatians 1:1-2; 5:16,22-23 Live by the fruit of the Spirit 219
James 3:2-12 Be careful to say good words 221
Matthew 27:11--28; John 18:28--19:16; Revelation 4--5 Jesus will return as King 223
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