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David & Goliath (Greatest Adventure Stories from the Bible)

by Ray Patterson (Director), Harvey Bullock (Director), Hanna Barbera

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NO OF PAGES: 0 SUB CAT I: Children's Resources SUB CAT II: Bible Stories SUB CAT III: DESCRIPTION: The kingdom of Israel faces its greatest threat when the rampaging army of the Philistines marches across its borders. In the forefront of the invaders is a giant warriour: Goliath. The towering behimoth issues a challenge to the Israelites - he will meet in single combat with one of them. If Goliath is beaten, the Philistines will be servants of the Israelites, buti f Goliath wins, the Israelites will be enslaved. For forty days Goliath repeats the challenge, and still no man steps forth to fight for his country's survival. But one boy does. David. Impressed by the display of courage, Saul entrusts the defense of the kingdom to David, whom he kows only as the shepherd boy who sings psalms to him at court. Armed with nothing more than his sling and his faith in God, David walks out to meet his might foe.NOTES: Donated by Lisa and Jacob Landry. SUBTITLE: The Greatest Adventure Stories from the Bible
  BeitHallel | Mar 23, 2011 |
NO OF PAGES: 0 SUB CAT I: Children's Resources SUB CAT II: Bible Stories SUB CAT III: DESCRIPTION: The kingdom of Israel faces its greatest threat when the rampaging army of the Philistines marches across its borders. In the forefront of the invaders is a giant warrior: Goliath. This towering behemoth issues a challenge to the Israelites...NOTES: SUBTITLE: The Greatest Adventure Stories from the Bible
  BeitHallel | Feb 18, 2011 |
from the Hanna and Barbera collection "The Greatest Adventure Stories From the Bible"
  CheshireLutheran | Dec 3, 2009 |
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Patterson, RayDirectorprimary authorall editionsconfirmed
Bullock, HarveyDirectormain authorall editionsconfirmed
Hanna Barberamain authorall editionsconfirmed
Benson, RobbyNarratorsecondary authorall editionsconfirmed
Bernardi, Herschelsecondary authorall editionsconfirmed
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The kingdom of Israel faces a fearsome threat when the Philistine army marches across its borders. At the forefront of the invaders is the giant warrior Goliath. This tall behemoth issues a challenge: he will take on an Israelite champion in single combat and the tribe of the loser will be enslaved. For 40 days Goliath repeats the challenge and there are no corners. Finally one boy does step forth: David, a shepherd boy who is armed with nothing more than his sling…and a faith in God as towering as his mighty foe. Running time: 30 min., (All ages)
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Young David is the only Israelite willing to stand up to the mighty Philistine Goliath, and gambles his people's freedom on the victory.

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