Look, Listen & Live 7 JESUS - Lord & Saviour - Mandarin: Taiwan
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Book 7 of an audio-visual series with Bible stories of Jesus from Luke and John. For evangelism, church planting and systematic Christian teaching.
Program Number: 72110
Language name: Mandarin: Taiwan
1. Picture 1. The Birth of Jesus
2. Picture 2. Jesus Turns Water into Wine
3. Picture 3. Jesus Speaks to Nicodemus
4. Picture 4. A Ruler Kneels before Jesus
5. Picture 5. The Sick Man at the Pool
6. Picture 6. Jesus Feeds 5000 People
7. Picture 7. Jesus Walks on the Water
8. Picture 8. Jesus Heals a Blind Man
9. Picture 9. Jesus Calls Lazarus from Death
10. Picture 10. Jesus Dies on the Cross
11. Picture 11. Mary and Jesus at the Tomb
12. Picture 12. Jesus Appears to His Friends
13. Picture 13. Jesus Teaches Two Friends
14. Picture 14. The Son Among the Pigs
15. Picture 15. The Lost Son Comes Home
16. Picture 16. The Wealth of a Rich Man
17. Picture 17. The Beggar and the Rich Man
18. Picture 18. The Friend at the Door
19. Picture 19. Two Men in God's House
20. Picture 20. A Man Sows His Seed
21. Picture 21. The Seed Grows
22. Picture 22. Help for an Injured Man
23. Picture 23. The House Owner Comes Home
24. Picture 24. The Man up a Tree
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