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Daniel and the Lion's Den (Greatest Adventure Stories from the Bible) by Christine L. Benagh
David & Goliath (Greatest Adventure Stories from the Bible) by Ray Patterson
David and Goliath / Daniel in the Lion's Den (Greatest Adventure Stories from the Bible) by Hanna Barbera
The Easter Story (Greatest Adventure Stories from the Bible) by Hanna Barbera
The Greatest Adventure Stories from the Bible [box set] by Christine L. Benaghset
Greatest Adventure Stories from the Bible: The Creation [1988 film] by Hanna Barbera
Jonah (Greatest Adventure Stories from the Bible) by Hanna Barbera
Joseph and His Brothers (Greatest Adventure Stories from the Bible) by Hanna Barbera
Joshua & The Battle Of Jericho / Moses by Hanna Barbera
Joshua and the Battle of Jericho (Greatest Adventure Stories from the Bible) by Christine L. Benagh
The Miracles of Jesus (Greatest Adventure Stories From the Bible) by Hanna Barbera
Moses (Greatest Adventure Stories from the Bible) by Christine L. Benagh
The Nativity (Greatest Adventure Stories from the Bible) by Bruce D. Johnson
Noah's Ark (Greatest Adventure Stories from the Bible) by Christine L. Benagh
Queen Esther (Greatest Adventure Stories from the Bible) by Hanna Barbera
Samson and Delilah (Greatest Adventure Stories from the Bible) by Christine L. Benagh

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Recommendations

  1. The Animated Stories from the New Testament: The King is Born [Video] by Nest Entertainment (1987)
  2. Josh and the Big Wall by Veggie Tales (1997)
  3. The Animated Stories From the New Testament: John the Baptist by Family Entertainment Network (1990)
  4. David & Goliath (Greatest Adventure Stories from the Bible) by Christine L. Benagh (1986)
  5. The Animated Stories From the Bible: Samuel [Video] by Nest Entertainment (1993)
  6. Jonah - A VeggieTales Movie by Mike Nawrocki (1994)
  7. Greatest Adventure Stories From the Bible: Samson and Deliah [Animated Videorecording] by Joseph Barbera (1986)
  8. The Big Lie {videorecording} by Focus on the Family (1989)
  9. Adventures in Odyssey: Electric Christmas [Videorecording] by Focus on the Family (1994)
  10. Greatest Heroes and Legends of the Bible: Samson and Delilah [Videorecording] by William R. Kowalchuk (2001)
  11. The Prince of Egypt [1998 film] by Simon Wells (1998)
  12. The Happiest Search: Matthew 2:1-11, Luke 2:8-20 for Children (Arch Book) by Yvonne McCall (1970)
  13. VeggieTales Silly Sing-Along 2 ~ The End of Silliness? [VHS] by Veggie Tales (1998)
  14. These Happy Golden Years by Laura Ingalls Wilder (1953)
  15. The Story of Noah's Ark (1995)

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