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Global Recordings Network has recorded gospel messages and basic Bible teaching in more than 6400 language varieties. The recordings have been made from scripts selected from this list and other sources.
Los guiones son pautas básicas para la traducción y grabación a otros idiomas. Deben adaptarse según sea necesario para que sean comprendidas y relevantes para cada cultura e idioma diferentes. Algunos términos y conceptos utilizados pueden necesitar más explicación o incluso ser reemplazados o omitidos por completo.
Scripts in Tok Pisin: PNG
Conversation between two Christians reading Scripture and discussing the high standards set by God. Discovering the solution of "abiding in the Vine." Adaptable to local needs by changing the Scripture quotes to apply to problems among them.
Story of Barabbas dramatized. Compares him to the listener-- Jesus came and died to set us free, took our place just as He took Barabbas' place. Ends with sinner's prayer.
Very similar to "Are You Afraid" #256. Questions re a person's fears. Jesus came to free us from fear and sin, died on the cross, was buried, rose again. Jesus broke the power of Satan and we should not fear Satan, death, sickness, bird calls, dreams, or natural signs.
(Stewardship) - Tells of God's gifts to us: eternal life through Jesus, good things of earth, family, etc. He gives because He loves us. We also should give to Him to show our love. Explains the O.T. tithing and that we also should give to others and God's work, notas a requirement but as a way of doing God's work and pleasing Him.
A new Christian asks questions about his temptation toward sinful things and his spiritual weakness. Answers are in line with God's promises and provision. Scripture can be easily paraphrased.
Refers to traditional tribal religious customs. "We did not know" the truth: peace from God; His words; His hatred of sin; Jesus' death in our place. Punishment great for those who refuse Jesus. Warning to Christians about going back to old ways. God does not let sin go unpunished. Good for areas where there are nominal Christians. Is both evangelistic and teaching.
(Good News) - Short Bible stories from Genesis through the ascension. How to become a follower of Jesus. 40 sections. It has a picture book to go along with the recording.
(House on the Rock (modified)) - The story of the foolish man and the wise man (who built a house on sand and rock). Sinful people will be punished.
(The Return of Christ) -
(The Resurrection) - The facts of the resurrection in detail followed by an exhortation to be ready for His return. Note: The emphasis in this script can be especially useful for Catholics and Muslims.
(Lazarus and the Rich Man (obsolete)) - Story of Lazarus and Rich Man, emphasizing the truth about the Biblical belief on where people go after they die and that having a lot of possessions doesn't help you in the next life.
Instruction for the new Christian for growth....gain strength from God's Word; obedience; praise; prayer; fellowship. Confession of sin; resist temptation; trust God in trouble.
(Look, Listen & Live 1: Beginning with GOD) - Adam, Noah, Job, Abraham. 24 sections. It has a picture book to go along with the recording.
(Look, Listen & Live 2: Mighty Men of GOD) - Jacob, Joseph, Moses. 24 sections. It has a picture book to go along with the recording.
(Look, Listen & Live 3: Victory through GOD) - Joshua, Deborah, Gideon, Samson. 24 sections. It has a picture book to go along with the recording.
(Look, Listen & Live 4: Servants of GOD) - Ruth, Samuel, David, Elijah. 24 sections. It has a picture book to go along with the recording.
(Look, Listen & Live 5: On Trial for GOD) - Elisha, Daniel, Jonah, Nehemiah, Esther. 24 sections. It has a picture book to go along with the recording.
(Look, Listen & Live 6: JESUS - Teacher & Healer) - From Matthew and Mark. 24 sections. It has a picture book to go along with the recording.
(Look, Listen & Live 7: JESUS - Lord & Saviour) - From Luke and John. 24 sections. It has a picture book to go along with the recording.
(Look, Listen & Live 8: Acts of the HOLY SPIRIT) - The Young Church and Paul. 24 sections. It has a picture book to go along with the recording.
The story of Nicodemus. Illustrates the thought that some people follow religious customs but don't recognize the spiritual basis and the necessasry new birth. Being born spiritually makes it possible to escape the consequences of sin. A new nature is needed in order to live a new life, and the ony way to get it is through being born spiritually into God's family.
(Noah) - The story of Noah. God will punish our sins.
(The Gadarene) - The story of Jesus healing the Gadarene demoniac. Emphasizes the power of Jesus and Satan's attempts to hurt us. We can be free from Satan's attempts to hurt us. We can be free from Satan's power if we turn to Jesus.
We must recognize God's holiness and justice and have a proper fear. This kind of fear helps us to obey Him and thus escape His judgments. Example of Achan, Korah, Israelites, etc. Fear God and you won't have to fear Satan.
(Prayer to the True God (formerly "Prayer")) - Dialogue between father and son. Setting is in Africa and refers to local practice of praying (calling the spirits) and the contrast with the Christian way--- praying in Jesus' name; at anytime; for all needs. The way of prayer is the way of friendship with God. This can be adapted for general use.
(Summary of Romans 1-8 (Part 1)) - Sin Brought Darkness. Summary of Romans 1-2.
(Summary of Romans 1-8 (Part 2)) - Jesus the Way. Summarizes Romans 3 & 4.
(Summary of Romans 1-8 (Part 3)) - Freedom Through Christ. Summarizes Romans 5-7.
(Summary of Romans 1-8 (Part 4)) - Power to Live Right. Summarizes Romans 8 and gives short invitation.
Our body is God's temple, give it to the Holy Spirit for His full control. Confess sins and make it right with people. God will put the fruits of the Spirit in our life.
(Ten Commandments) - God gave His commands to Moses to give to the people. The Ten Commandments. Why He gave them. God will judge us if we don't obey His Word.
(The Christian and Temptation) - Starts with illustrations of fishing, hunting, and trapping animals, and compares them to things that come into our lives to trap us. Temptation through the eyes to steal and story of man who was caught. God's warning to flee temptation. Satan is the tempter, but he must flee if rebuked and if you stay away from temptation.
Shows the contrast of the two roads; Jesus' companionship on the narrow road. Joy of heaven.
(unfoldingWord 01 - The Creation) - Genesis 1-2
(unfoldingWord 02 - Sin Enters the World) - Genesis 3
(unfoldingWord 03 - The Flood) - Genesis 6-8
(unfoldingWord 04 - God's Covenant with Abraham) - Genesis 11-15
(unfoldingWord 05 - The Son of Promise) - Genesis 16-22
(unfoldingWord 06 - God Provides for Isaac) - Genesis 24:1-25:26
(unfoldingWord 07 - God Blesses Jacob) - Genesis 25:27-35:29
(unfoldingWord 08 - God Saves Joseph and his Family) - Genesis 37-50
(unfoldingWord 09 - God Calls Moses) - Exodus 1-4
(unfoldingWord 10 - The Ten Plagues) - Exodus 5-10
(unfoldingWord 11 - The Passover) - Exodus 11:1-12:32
(unfoldingWord 12 - The Exodus) - Exodus 12:33-15:21
(unfoldingWord 13 - God's Covenant with Israel) - Exodus 19-34
(unfoldingWord 14 - Wandering in the Wilderness) - Exodus 16-17; Numbers 10-14; 20; 27; Deuteronomy 34
(unfoldingWord 15 - The Promised Land) - Joshua 1-24
(unfoldingWord 16 - The Deliverers) - Judges 1-3; 6-8; 1 Samuel 1-10
(unfoldingWord 17 - God's Covenant with David) - 1 Samuel 10; 15-19; 24; 31; 2 Samuel 5; 7; 11-12
(unfoldingWord 18 - The Divided Kingdom) - 1 Kings 1-6; 11-12
(unfoldingWord 19 - The Prophets) - 1 Kings 16-18; 2 Kings 5; Jeremiah 38
(unfoldingWord 20 - The Exile and Return) - 2 Kings 17; 24-25; 2 Chronicles 36; Ezra 1-10; Nehemiah 1-13
(unfoldingWord 21 - God Promises the Messiah) -
(unfoldingWord 22 - The Birth of John) - Luke 1
(unfoldingWord 23 - The Birth of Jesus) - Matthew 1-2; Luke 2
(unfoldingWord 24 - John Baptizes Jesus) - Matthew 3; Mark 1; Luke 3; John 1:15-37
(unfoldingWord 25 - Satan Tempts Jesus) - Matthew 4:1-11; Mark 1:12-13; Luke 4:1-13
(unfoldingWord 26 - Jesus Starts his Ministry) - Matthew 4:12-25; Mark 1-3; Luke 4
(unfoldingWord 27 - The Story of the Good Samaritan) - Luke 10:25-37
(unfoldingWord 28 - The Rich Young Ruler) - Matthew 19:16-30; Mark 10:17-31; Luke 18:18-30
(unfoldingWord 29 - The Story of the Unmerciful Servant) - Matthew 18:21-35
(unfoldingWord 30 - Jesus Feeds Thousands of People) - Matthew 14:13-21; Mark 6:31-44; Luke 9:10-17; John 6:5-15
(unfoldingWord 31 - Jesus Walks on Water) - Matthew 14:22-33; Mark 6:45-52; John 6:16-21
(unfoldingWord 32 - Jesus Heals a Demon-Possessed Man and a Sick Woman) - Matthew 8:28-34; 9:20-22; Mark 5; Luke 8:26-48
(unfoldingWord 33 - The Story of the Farmer) - Matthew 13:1-23; Mark 4:1-20; Luke 8:4-15
(unfoldingWord 34 - Jesus Teaches other Stories) - Matthew 13:31-46; Mark 4:26-34; Luke 13:18-21;18:9-14
(unfoldingWord 35 - The Story of the Compassionate Father) - Luke 15
(unfoldingWord 36 - The Transfiguration) - Matthew 17:1-9; Mark 9:2-8; Luke 9:28-36
(unfoldingWord 37 - Jesus Raises Lazarus from the Dead) - John 11:1-46
(unfoldingWord 38 - Jesus is Betrayed) - Matthew 26:14-56; Mark 14:10-50; Luke 22:1-53; John 18:1-11
(unfoldingWord 39 - Jesus is Put on Trial) - Matthew 26:57-27:26; Mark 14:53-15:15; Luke 22:54-23:25; John 18:12-19:16
(unfoldingWord 40 - Jesus is Crucified) - Matthew 27:27-61; Mark 15:16-47; Luke 23:26-56; John 19:17-42
(unfoldingWord 41 - God Raises Jesus from the Dead) - Matthew 27:62-28:15; Mark 16:1-11; Luke 24:1-12; John 20:1-18
(unfoldingWord 42 - Jesus Returns to Heaven) - Matthew 28:16-20; Mark 16:12-20; Luke 24:13-53; John 20:19-23; Acts 1:1-11
(unfoldingWord 43 - The Church Begins) - Acts 1:12-14; 2
(unfoldingWord 44 - Peter and John Heal a Beggar) - Acts 3-4:22
(unfoldingWord 45 - Stephen and Philip) - Acts 6-8
(unfoldingWord 46 - Saul Becomes a Follower of Jesus) - Acts 8:1-3; 9:1-31; 11:19-26; 13-14
(unfoldingWord 47 - Paul and Silas in Philippi) - Acts 16:11-40
(unfoldingWord 48 - Jesus is the Promised Messiah) - Genesis 1-3, 6, 14, 22; Exodus 12, 20; 2 Samuel 7; Hebrews 3:1-6, 4:14-5:10, 7:1-8:13, 9:11-10:18; Revelation 21
(unfoldingWord 49 - God's New Covenant) - Genesis 3; Matthew 13-14; Mark 10:17-31; Luke 2; 10:25-37; 15; John 3:16; Romans 3:21-26, 5:1-11; 2 Corinthians 5:17-21; Colossians 1:13-14; 1 John 1:5-10
(unfoldingWord 50 - Jesus Returns) - Matthew 13:24-42; 22:13; 24:14; 28:18; John 4:35; 15:20; 16:33; 1 Thessalonians 4:13-5:11; James 1:12; Revelation 2:10; 20:10; 21-22
(One Mediator between God and Man) - Explains our need of a mediator. Illustration of the fight between the saltwater people and the bush people. They found a mediator related to both groups who could bring them together. Application: our enmity with God. Jesus, the mediator, born of Mary, truly man, truly God. His atonement. Invitation.
(What the Christian Believes 1) - In the beginning Creation; fall, continued evil; animal sacrifice begun; tower of Babel; God's laws for man. Jesus can help us obey. The sacrifice for sin, continued disobedience; promise through prophecy of a Saviour; symbolized by sacrifices. Christ's birth, life, miracles; arrest, death; His holiness; perfect sacrfice. Other sacrifices ended. Invitation.
(What the Christian Believes 2) - Christ's death, resurrection and ascension. Appearance to disciples, promise of Holy Spirit, commission, promise of return. Coming of Holy Spirit and the reason. Faith in Christ the only way. His return; judgment. Eternal life or death. Invitation.
(What the Christian Believes 4) - Coming of Holy Spirit and the reason. Faith in Christ the only way. His return; judgment. Eternal life or death. Invitation.
(What the Christian Believes 1) - In the beginning Creation; fall, continued evil; animal sacrifice begun; tower of Babel; God's laws for man. Jesus can help us obey.
(What the Christian Believes 3) - Christ's death, resurrection and ascension. Appearance to disciples, promise of Holy Spirit, commission, promise of return.
(What the Christian Believes 2) - The sacrifice for sin, continued disobedience; promise through prophecy of a Saviour; symbolized by sacrifices. Christ's birth, life, miracles; arrest, death; His holiness; perfect sacrfice. Other sacrifices ended. Invitation.
Almost the same as "Spread the Good News." Contains a little more explanation of what the message is that they are giving.
Very simple statements about God's "good place" and the bad place. Sinners can't go to heaven, but Jesus can save sinners. Because of His death and resurrection He has power to take away sin.
(The Rich Fool) - Story of the rich fool laying up treasure. The importance of being ready and not putting material things ahead of spiritual needs. Application.
(The Two Births) - Sickness of man, spiritually; needs to be reborn in order to go to heaven. Uses illustrations of animals, etc., to show there are different kinds of life. God has another kind of life. We must have His kind of life in order to be able to live in heaven. Tells of Jesus' death for us. Sinner's prayer.
(Prepare for the Future) - The importance of being prepared to die; what to do. Truth about what happens at death. Heaven or hell; judgement. God's provision for forgiveness and escaping judgment.