Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Maybe you should make some stories about famous music players kind of like Ludwig Van Betoveen who was a famous piano player. He is VERY iteresting. Nice story. I like all stories in here. Thank you so much. Thanks for the idea of stories about famous composers — that could work really well with music and we might just go with that idea.
Bertie — October 6, Hi storynory can you do bible story, like the prodigal son please be grateful if you do. So long! Can you make them short like that story called Halloween Howls? Oh wait. And thy cant make it Shorter you would miss the whole point of the story: god Bless. I agree. Fast food, you know? Laura — October 11, Thanks to everyone for your views on shorter or longer stories.
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We try to do a mixture of both. On the other hand, some stories really are short and sweet. Bertie — October 11, Michael — October 23, Natasha did a great job of telling it. I teach a class of Pre-school and Kindergarden Children. Is it OK to use it in my class? I do not want to infringe on your copyright. Bertie — March 13, Hi Mohammed, Some of the stories in the Koran are also in the Bible, but they are slightly different in details.
Bertie — May 22, Dear Doreen, Many thanks. The Old Testament has some great stories. Bertie — February 1, My Lord and My God.
Your justice is filled up to the sky. Your mercy is poured out upon generations to generations. What a great story! Thank you for reading it to all of us, here, at Storynory!!! Tanya Partin Lawton — March 14, Alastair — March 25, I only trust you Natasha. Esther — September 4, Joseph is the bravest son of Severn and the one that saves the people from drout.
His coat of many colours helps him and he shares a lot of wisdom about how best to harvest the land. Natasha — November 17, Thank you for this comment. This is a very memorable bible story. The character of Joseph is very strong. He is the one out of all his brothers who must make the crops grow to the people so they do not die of starvation.
For his task he wears the coat of many colours. Natasha — December 14, I really llllllllllllllllloooooooooooooovvvvvvveeeeeeeee this story and it really taught me something this story is so coooooooooooool. Hey I luv this website so amazing the christian kid stories showed my child a big diffrents so amazing thank you Thankyou natasha and I agree with the nine yr old god did made you speceial your amazing and god made everyone else speceial to god bless.
They are really, really good stories, and speak to all of us. Bertie — July 2, My name is aya and thinks the story is very good and has a real meaning. It is in the Koran as well as the Bible. Something that is true is that Jewish religion, Christianity, and the Islamic religion are all based off of the same God. In Christianity, the book is the Bible and has many chapters of the Old testimate are the same.
The Islamic religion believes that sorry if I do not spell it right Muhammad is the Messiah. In Christianity, they believe that Jesus is the Messiah. In the Jewish religion they do not believe that the Messiah has come onto this Earth yet. I love this story as well and love that it and the story of Moses are on Netflix.
My kids love to watch them and I think that they are excellent stories for them. Aya — the Koran was written after the Old Testament and this story is in the Old Testament of the Bible which was written first. That story was amazingggggggggggggggggggggggggggggg briliantttttttttttt greatttttttttttttttttttttttttttt astonishingggggggggggggggggg. Ella grace — November 16, Wat I can say is wow! Faith — December 13, God in all things are possible BELIEVE but sometimes i wish when i have a wish it would right there and right now happen not in a year month week 2 minunests hours when i say right text like if u like my comment.
Emma — May 18, I think the story could be much more organised. Dear Bill, Wonderful that you are studying so hard. Somewhere you find easy to concentrate — a library, your room perhaps? Thanks for listening! PeTf9N Wow, fantastic blog layout! How long have you been blogging for? The overall look of your site is excellent, let alone the content! I love it. It is great.
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You made it very simple and understable. Great for kids to understand. God bless. Well told, thanks and God bless. May we continue to learn and love that God may always be happy with His people, Amen. Thanks Bertie. This is a really lovely story. Thanks for choosing lovely stories.
A beautiful colorful coat, that made his brothers upset that he had the coat. Joseph told his family a story about a dream he had about his family bowing down before him, which made Josephs family upset. Later in the story Joseph became the 2nd most important man in Egypt. The moral of the story at the end of the story is to treat people how you would like to be treated. Its really good and i love it.
Very kid friendly but maybe just a tinch too long. Unbelievably Awesome is how i would interpret it:. Loved reading this stoory of Joseph and his coat of many colours ….. This is the one of the greatest stories told in the bible, and the most touching as it relates to family and forgiveness. Well told story. Keep up the great work. Went to the dinner theater in Kansas last night to see the musical. It was great as well. Home Storynory. Read by Natasha. Duration 20 minutes. Bible Stories.
Leave a reply Cancel comment Did you like this story? Please write in English. Comments are moderated. Nice story i want story in ten to fifteen lines in panchatantra context. I like the story because I can learn about God and I want to listen to more Bible story. Maddie Thanks for the idea of stories about famous composers — that could work really well with music and we might just go with that idea. Dear George, Yes, certainly is ok to use our stories in schools and kindergardens. Hello Thank you for your comment Joseph is the bravest son of Severn and the one that saves the people from drout.
His coat of many colours helps him and he shares a lot of wisdom about how best to harvest the land Thanks for listening to this bible story on Storynory. Hello Thank you for this comment. I hope you enjoy this as well as other bible stories on Storynory. I like this story too.. Hope God Bless us to as He did to Joseph.. He did so because he loves us and wanted to give us free will.
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Love is not love if it is forced; it can only be love if there is a real choice. God gave human beings the choice and the freedom to love or not to love. The result has been suffering. Again, as C. Lewis puts it:. It would, no doubt, have been possible for God to remove by miracle the results of the first sin ever committed by a human being; but this would not have been much good unless he was prepared to remove the results of the second sin, and of the third, and so on forever. If the miracles ceased, then sooner or later we might have reached our present lamentable situation: if they did not, then a world, thus continually underpropped and corrected by Divine interference, would have been a world in which nothing important ever depended on human choice, and in which choice itself would soon cease from the certainty that one of the apparent alternatives before you would lead to no results and was therefore not really an alternative.
Some of the suffering we endure is the result of our own sin. There are physical laws of nature; for example, a hand put in the fire gets burned. In this context, pain acts as an early warning system when we exercise wrong choices. There are also moral laws. God made a world built on moral foundations, and there is a natural connection between sin and its consequences.
If a person abuses drugs, addiction may be the consequence. A person who drinks excessively may eventually suffer from alcoholism. If someone drinks and drives a car recklessly and injures himself, his injuries are partially the result of his sin.
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In a similar way, selfishness, greed, lust, arrogance, and bad temper often lead to broken relationships and unhappiness of one sort or another. Jesus expressly repudiates the automatic link between sin and suffering John He also points out that natural disasters are not necessarily a form of punishment from God Luke This is true of many global and community disasters.
So much suffering is caused by war, which is always the result of human sin, even if the sin is on both sides. Likewise, individual suffering is often caused by the sin of others — murder, adultery, theft, sexual abuse, unloving parents, reckless or drunken driving, slander, unkindness, or selfishness of one kind or another. Natural disasters are a result of this disorder in creation. Human freedom does not always answer the question of why a particular individual or nation suffers so much, but it does help explain the origin of suffering.
Suffering is never good in itself, but God is able to use it for good in a number of different ways. First, suffering can be used by God to draw us to Christ.
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But it gives the only opportunity the bad man can have for amendment. It removes the veil; it plants the flag of truth within the fortress of a rebel soul. This has proved true time and again in Christian experience. We meet those who have only begun to think about God as a result of suffering the loss of a loved one, a broken relationship, or some other pain in their lives. Second, God uses suffering to bring us to Christian maturity. God uses suffering to build our characters.
One image used by the New Testament is that of the discipline of children. Peter uses a completely different image: that of a metal worker refining silver and gold.
Please leave me alone. Lewis points out, that would be to want God to love us less. Over a sketch made idly to amuse a child, an artist may not take much trouble; he may be content to let it go even though it is not exactly as he meant it to be. But over the great picture of his life — the work which he loves, though in a different fashion, as intensely as a man loves a woman or a mother a child — he will take endless trouble — and would, doubtless, thereby give endless trouble to the picture if it were sentient.
One can imagine a sentient picture, after being rubbed and scraped and recommenced for the tenth time, wishing that it were only a thumb-nail sketch whose making was over in a minute. In the same way, it is natural for us to wish that God had designed for us a less glorious and less arduous destiny; but then we are wishing not for more love but for less.
Third, God often uses suffering to bring about his good purposes. We see an example of this in the life of Joseph Genesis He suffered from rejection by his close family and separation from those he loved. He was forcibly removed to Egypt, away from his father, whom he did not see again for twenty years.
In Egypt, he was unjustly imprisoned for a crime he did not commit. For 13 years, he faced trials, temptations, and testing. It is not always easy to see at the time what God is doing. Earlier on in his life, Joseph would not have been able to see it so clearly. Often we cannot work out what is going on or why we are suffering in the way we are. Anglican Bishop Gavin Reid of Maidstone, England, tells of a boy in his congregation who shattered his back falling down the stairs at the age of one.
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For years, he had been in and out of the hospital. God has indeed all eternity to make it up to us, and the New Testament is full of promises about how wonderful heaven will be. All creation will be restored. Jesus will return to earth to establish a new heaven and a new earth Revelation There will be no more crying, for there will be no more pain and suffering. We live in a materialistic world that has almost entirely lost its eternal perspective.
We need to take a long-term view and understand the suffering of this life in the context of eternity. But if it is true, it must be embraced and allowed to transfigure our entire understanding of the place of suffering in life.
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Instead, we may approach the problem from a different perspective: God is a God who suffers alongside us. This fourth insight is perhaps the most important of all. He is not looking on as an impassive observer, far removed from the suffering world. We see that throughout the Bible and, supremely, we see it in the Cross. He became one of us; he suffered in all the ways in which we suffer.
He does not just know about suffering—he has suffered himself. He knows what we are feeling when we suffer. In , a beautiful athletic teenager named Joni Eareckson had a terrible diving accident at Chesapeake Bay that left her a quadriplegic. Gradually, after the bitterness, anger, rebellion, and despair, she came to trust the sovereignty of God. She built a new life of painting using her mouth to hold the paintbrush and public speaking. One night, three years after the accident, she realized that Jesus empathized with her completely.
It had not occurred to her before that on the cross Jesus was in a pain similar to hers, unable to move, also paralyzed. We are not alone in our pain. When we suffer, he suffers with us. In the midst of suffering, we need to hold on to our hope.
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