Series: Kids' Ten Commandments

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The Not So Golden Calf [2003 film] by Richard Rich1
The Rest Is Yet to Come by Richard Rich2
A Life and Seth Situation by George Taweel3
Stolen Jewels, Stolen Hearts by George Taweel4
Toying With The Truth - Commandments 9 & 10 by Richard Rich5
Kids' Ten Commandments: Complete Collection [2003 film] by Richard Richset

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  1. Flo the Lyin' Fly (Max Lucado's Hermie & Friends) by Max Lucado (2004)
  2. The Animated Stories From the Bible: Elisha by Nest Family Entertainment (1994)
  3. Living by the rules: The contemporary value of the Ten Commandments by Rubel Shelly (1982)
  4. Veggie Tales: Rack, Shack & Benny by Phil Vischer (1993)
  5. The Animated Stories From the New Testament: Saul of Tarsus [Video] by Family Entertainment Network (1990)
  6. The Animated Stories From the New Testament: The Prodigal Son [Video] by Family Entertainment Network (1988)
  7. The Ten Commandments by Reg Powell (2008)
  8. An Easter Carol [Videorecording] by Tim Hodge (2004)
  9. Adventures in Odyssey: Star Quest [Videorecording] by Focus on the Family (1993)
  10. A Vow to Cherish [1999 TV Movie] by John Schmidt (1999)
  11. Ten Commandments Twice Removed by Danny Shelton (2005)
  12. The Ten Commandments for Jewish Children by Miriam Nerlove (1999)
  13. Joseph King of Dreams [2000 film] by Rob LaDuca (2000)
  14. Golden Book's The Children's Bible Volume 04 by Anne M. McGuire (1981)
  15. The Ten commandments will not budge by B. A Maurer (1951)

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