God the all-powerful One who brings order to chaos and light in the darkness, creating the universe, and everything in it, with His divine power and wisdom.
God's creation of Adam and Eve, the first humans, making them in His own image and giving them the gift of life.
Adam and Eve's disobedience of God's command to not eat from the Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil led to the introduction of sin and death into the world.
Noah, a righteous man, was chosen by God to build an ark and save himself, his family, and the creatures from the great flood that destroyed the earth, because of mankind’s great wickedness.
The Tower of Babel was a symbol of humanity's pride and defiance towards God, resulting in the confusion of language and the scattering of people across the earth.
Abraham, a faithful servant of God, was known as His friend for his unwavering trust and obedience, and for being the father of many nations through his son Isaac.
God tested Abraham's faith by commanding him to sacrifice his son Isaac, but provided a ram as a substitute, demonstrating Abraham's willingness to obey and his belief in God's provision.
Isaac’s two sons, Esau and Jacob, struggled for their father’s blessing on the firstborn which was given to Jacob through deception, leading to conflict and estrangement between the brothers.
Jacob left his father's home to escape Esau's wrath and had a dream of a ladder reaching to heaven, where God revealed His presence in a life-changing encounter.
Jacob wrestled with an angel of the Lord, refusing to let go until he received a blessing, and was rewarded with a new name, Israel, meaning ’Prince with God’.
Joseph's dreams of his future prominence and his father's favoritism made his brothers' jealous and they sold him into slavery in Egypt.
Joseph interpreted Pharaoh's dreams and warned him of a coming famine and how to prepare for it. Pharaoh gave Joseph a position of power in Egypt and he saved many lives, including his whole family.
Joseph's brothers came to Egypt seeking food during the famine, not recognizing him as the one they must deal with. Joseph forgave them and they were reconciled and he also provided for their welfare.
Moses was set afloat as a baby in the Nile River, was found by Pharaoh's daughter, and was raised in the Egyptian palace. He was chosen by God to deliver His people from slavery in Egypt.
Moses encountered God in a burning bush, where God revealed His name to him and commanded him to lead the Israelites out of Egypt, providing him with miraculous signs.
Moses and Aaron requested Pharaoh to let the Israelites worship God in the wilderness, but he refused and increased their oppression. They demonstrated the miraculous signs God had given, but Pharaoh still refused to let them go.
God sent ten plagues on Egypt, starting with turning the Nile into blood and lastly the death of the firstborn, because of Pharaoh's increasing hardness of heart and refusals to let the Israelites go.
God sent His last plague on Egypt, killing the firstborn of Egypt, but sparing the Israelites by instituting the Passover. They applied the blood of a lamb on their doors, saving them from death.
God miraculously parted the waters of the Red Sea, allowing Moses and the Israelites to cross on dry ground and escape the pursuing Egyptian army, who were drowned as the waters returned.
God sent the angel Gabriel to Mary, announcing the miraculous conception of Jesus, who would save His people from their sins, fulfilling prophecies and revealing God's love and plan for humanity.
Mary and Joseph traveled to Bethlehem, prophesied as the birthplace of the Christ, and despite facing challenges, Mary gave birth to Jesus the promised Savior.
Angels appeared to shepherds, announcing the good news of Jesus' birth and guiding them to see the newborn Messiah. Some time later, wise men visited the family, giving gifts and worship.
Jesus began his ministry at a wedding in Cana, where he performed his first miracle, turning water into wine.
As prophesied, Judas Iscariot betrayed Jesus, leading to his trial and people shouting for his crucifixion. Jesus willingly endured the cross, dying for the sins of all people.
After being crucified and buried, Jesus miraculously rose from the dead on the third day, fulfilling prophecy and demonstrating his power over death, sin, and Satan.