Pah Blung hlao hngơm Ơi dai [Look, Listen & Live 1 Beginning with GOD] - Jarai: Cambodia
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Book 1 of an audio-visual series with Bible stories of Adam, Noah, Job, Abraham. For evangelism, church planting and systematic Christian teaching.
Program Number: 63705
Language name: Jarai: Cambodia
1. Introduction ▪ Picture 1. Adam and the Animals
2. Picture 2. A Wife for Adam
3. Picture 3. The Snake in the Garden
4. Picture 4. Adam and Eve Outside the Garden
5. Picture 5. Noah and the Great Boat
6. Picture 6. The Great Flood
7. Picture 7. The Rainbow and God's Promise
8. Picture 8. The Tower of Babel ▪ Noah
9. Picture 9. Job Worships God
10. Picture 10. Job in Mourning
11. Picture 11. Job Suffers
12. Picture 12. Job is Restored ▪ When you feel weak
13. Picture 13. Abraham Leaves His Home
14. Picture 14. Abraham and Lot
15. Picture 15. Abraham Meets the King of Peace
16. Picture 16. Abraham Counts the Stars
17. Picture 17. The Baby Ishmael
18. Picture 18. Sarah Laughs
19. Picture 19. Abraham Prays for Sodom
20. Picture 20. Abraham's Sacrifice
21. Picture 21. Old Abraham and His Servant
22. Picture 22. Jesus is Born
23. Picture 23. The Death of Jesus
24. Picture 24. Jesus is Alive! ▪ Jesus is risen
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