What's your favorite story in the Bible?

By Ann T . Created on Apr 26, 2021
Lifestyle 220 votes | 29 Comments
David and Goliath

David and Goliath

Moses parting the Red Sea

Moses parting the Red Sea

Jesus casting out demons

Jesus casting out demons

Another story in the Bible

Another story in the Bible

I don't read

I don't read

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Chenita said 5 days ago
David and Goliath is the best story.
Moses parting the Red Sea
Alejandro said a week ago
Es una historia increíble
Moses parting the Red Sea
Kimberly said 3 weeks ago
It is an amazing story
David and Goliath
StigallT said 3 weeks ago
The ideal that you don't have to be what everyone thinks to over come an enemy that's powerful
Moses parting the Red Sea
Renee said 3 weeks ago
10 Commandments love the story
Another story in the Bible
Pamela said 3 weeks ago
The handwriting on the wall.
Another story in the Bible
Fred Zacher said 3 weeks ago
Daniel 5:5-12 – King Belshazzar’s reaction is absolute fear, he turns pale, and his legs give way. Mene, mene, meaning that God has numbered Belshazzar’s days, the noun mene is taken as a verb, “to count, number.” Tekel, God has weighed Belshazzar in the balance and found him wanting, he does not measure up to God’s standard. The root of the word shekel means “to weigh.” (U)Parsin. It simple means Belshazzar is fini...
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Another story in the Bible
Ann T said a week ago
Have you watched The Book of Daniel movie? You might find it interesting.
Another story in the Bible
Fred Zacher said 3 weeks ago
Another account of an event I liked was from (2 Chronicles 35:20–27) on the death of Josiah, King of Judeah, 641 BCE, where as in 609 BCE, Josiah in direct violation from God not to block the passage of Necho II, Pharaoh of Egypt, taking the coast route Via Maris into Syria at the head of a large army, consisting mainly of mercenaries; and supported by his Mediterranean fleet along the shore, Necho passed the low tr...
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Another story in the Bible
Christine said 3 weeks ago
I always loved the account of the conversion of Saul (Paul) on the Damascus road. I say 'account' because there are no 'stories' in the Bible. They are all accounts of actual events.