Naisikti khanati dei kwthang khedong di [Look, Listen & Live 4 Servants of GOD] - Kok Borok: Debbarma
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Book 4 of an audio-visual series with Bible stories of Ruth, Samuel, David, Elijah. For evangelism, church planting and systematic Christian teaching.
1. Introduction & Picture 1: A Family Flees from Famine
2. Picture 2. Naomi and Ruth Return to Israel
3. Picture 3. Ruth in The Harvest Field
4. Picture 4. Ruth and Boaz at the Threshing Floor
5. Picture 5. Boaz and the Elders of Bethlehem
6. Picture 6. Mary and the Angel of God
7. Picture 7. Hannah Prays to God
8. Picture 8. The Child Samuel in the House of God
9. Picture 9. Samuel Prays for Israel
10. Picture 10. Samuel Anoints Saul with Oil
11. Picture 11. Saul Tears Samuel's Robe
12. Picture 12. Jesus in the House of God
13. Picture 13. David, The Brave Shepherd
14. Picture 14. David and the Giant
15. Picture 15. Saul Tries to Kill David
16. Picture 16. David Spares Saul's Life
17. Picture 17. David is Made King
18. Picture 18. David and Bathsheba
19. Picture 19. A House for God
20. Picture 20. Jesus Comes into Jerusalem
21. Picture 21. The Birds Feed Elijah
22. Picture 22. Elijah and the Fire of God
23. Picture 23. Elijah Goes to Heaven
24. Picture 24. Elijah with Jesus and Moses
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