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    Greatest Heroes and Legends: Miracles of Jesus / Joshua & the Battle of Jericho

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    Miracles of Jesus

    PG Contains Low Level Violence

    The Bible is filled with stories of God's miracles. But the miracles performed by Jesus have a special significance; they reveal His divinity and suggest that those who come to God through Christ will themselves be miraculously transformed.

    Now, with this beautifully animated film, you and your family can revel in the wonder of these miracles. The Miracles of Jesus is one of the thirteen programs in the Greatest Heroes and Legends of the Bible series.

    This program features: All-new animation, an introduction by Charlton Heston, and "Simon & Gimmel -Your Faithful Guides," two animated who lead viewers through the story and make it accessible for all ages.

    Approx. 50 minutes.


    Joshua & The Battle Of Jericho

    PG Contains low level violence

    Joshua & The Battle Of Jericho is one of the most inspiring stories in the Old Testament. It suggests that anything can be accomplished when one has faith in God. Now, with this beautifully animated film, you and your family can experience the power of this classic tale.

    As the story begins, we learn that the Israelites-under the leadership of Moses-have been wandering the wilderness for forty years. Now, they are about to enter the Promised Land. But Moses will not be going with them. His time has come to join God in Heaven. And so, a young man named Joshua is appointed to take Moses' place.

    Like Moses, Joshua realizes that nothing can be accomplished without God's help. The Lord rewards Joshua for his faith by revealing a plan that will allow the Israelites to take the city of Jericho.

    As the action unfolds, we witness a series of divine miracles reminiscent of those which allowed the Israelites to escape from Egypt many years earlier. And eventually, we rejoice with them, as they enter the Promised Land.