Bible History Song

UPDATE: A huge THANK YOU to Aaron Robertson for the remix and making the first video of this song!!!!! It’ll be posted on YouTube and the link added here soon. I’m working on pictures to go with it. When they’re done, I’ll make a second video.

This song hits the highlights of Bible history from creation to Christ’s return, including the four hundred years of silence between the Old and New Testaments.

I originally wrote it for my Sunday school class, but I think the first time I’ll use it will be the Family Event at First Baptist Church Shawnee, OK, on Feb. 12, 2017. Hopefully someday I can get it into a video with pictures. Until then, I hope the words bless you, your children, and your church.

Bible History Song

by Nancy Ruth, 2016

Tune: “Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star”

Creation, Fall, Noah,

Tower of Babel,

Abraham, Isaac,

Jacob’s 12 sons.

Joseph sold to Egypt,

Famine and slaves,

Moses and the Exodus,

Wilderness, Commandments.

Joshua, Promised Land,

Judges and Kings,

Temple and the Prophets,

Divided Kingdom.

Sent away to Exile,

Return, 400 years (Shh!)

Jesus was born,

He died and came to life.

The Holy Spirit comes

And people tell of Jesus.

Paul’s Missionary Journeys,

Us and Christ’s return.

Now I know my Bible history.

Next time won’t you sing along with me.

Feel free to copy this, print it, and otherwise distribute it to those who would find it helpful.

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