Long ago, God created the world. The earth was dark. The sky was empty and black. But God’s Spirit looked over the world. He had a wonderful plan!
Lesson 2: Adam and Eve in the Garden
Adam and Eve were happy and satisfied in the beautiful garden. They walked and talked with God. He was their friend. God told them, “You may eat fruit from any tree, except one. If you eat from the tree in the middle of the garden, you will die!” Adam and Eve obeyed God.
Lesson 4: Noah and the Big Flood
Lesson 5: The Tower of Babel
Lesson 7: Abraham and Isaac
Lesson 9: Jacob and Esau
After Abraham died, his son Isaac became the owner of all his tents, sheep, cattle, camels, and servants. Now Isaac and Rebekah had twin boys. Esau was the oldest son and Jacob was the youngest. Being the firstborn, Esau would receive more of his father’s riches and God’s promises.
Lesson 11: Jacob’s Fight at Night
Many years passed before Jacob went back home. God had blessed him with great wealth, he was married and had many children. While on his way, he received news that Esau was nearby. Hearing that Esau had an army of men, Jacob feared for his family’s safety.