Bible songs here at "Sing the Bible Story" are both verses from scripture itself, and also accounts or stories from the Bible - all set to music!
The words of Isaiah 53:6, speaking of how God laid our sins on the Christ, His Son.
The melody and the repetition built into this Bible verse song help to memorize this important verse.
A sad song in a minor key that tells how God scattered the Jews among the other nations.
Piano arrangement and lead sheet.
This melody also works as a VOCAL ROUND.
What was the meaning of the bronze serpent? Jesus Himself tells us.
The words of Nehemiah, who was sent back to the land of Israel to oversee the reconstruction of the walls of Jerusalem.
"Fight for your brothers, your sons, your daughters, your wives, and your homes!"
The Jews faced heavy opposition as they strove to resettle the land.
This is the story of Queen Esther, told in fifty-one pages!
Drama and poetry help to learn the story.
This most comforting of Bible verses with its promise for all now has a beautiful melody for its setting.
Beloved by children and musicians, this is an old Irish tune.
A song built from the Lord's encouraging words to Joshua:
"Have I not commanded you? Be strong and courageous!"
We all could do with this reminder frequently!
...from the domain of darkness.
This song is from one of my favorite Bible verses, Colossians 1:13.
We were once trapped in the realm of death, but Christ delivered us.
This Bible verse song will grow on you.
A very simple melody, with a simple message of trust in the Lord.
From the book of Zechariah come these verses about the Lord gathering His people from the east and from the west.
At that time, when the Lord returns to Zion, children will play in the streets, and old men and women will sit with their staffs in the streets of Jerusalem, for it will be safe for all ages!
The entire gospel story - the fall of the human race, the expulsion from Paradise, God's promise of a Redeemer.
Then, the coming of the Redeemer, both God and man - and the great Work He accomplished.
The coming of the Lord will be at the right time... for He is calling all who will repent - all who will change their mind about Him.
This song mentions prophecies about the Messiah, who would become the Passover Lamb and then be resurrected, the reason we celebrate Easter.
This Bible verse song has very much the feeling of an American cowboy or western song, because of the "boogie" sound of the left hand.
Your Sunday School kids are likely to find this song easy to sing!
There is a message of salvation, a prophecy, hidden in the meaning of the names of Jesus's first ten grandfathers.
From Adam to Noah, read what they signify!
This song is part of "The Scarlet Thread", part of the weaving of the tapestry of God's plan.
A song for those in fear or sorrow... needing comfort, assurance, or peace.
Sometimes, if there has been a death, there are no words but the words of this Bible verse song: "Seek the Lord..."
From Galatians 3:28, a song which reminds us that in God's eyes we are all equal, whether Jew or Gentile, slave or free, male or female.
And energetic song to learn this short verse by.
Micah 5:2 - This is the prophecy that the priests and scribes quoted to wicked King Herod when he demanded to know where the Christ was to be born.
This is a stirring song, highlighting the exciting description of the Messiah as one who is "from old, from everlasting!"
The beautiful words of Proverbs 3 verse 5:
"Trust in the Lord with all your heart, and lean not unto thine own understanding."
This Bible verse song has a very simple melody, and the message is simple too!
It is the famous verse about teaching God's words to our children, when we walk along the way, when we lie down, when we rise up!
This comforting psalm speaks about the Christ not being left in the grave.
It also speaks of us, God's human children, not being abandoned.
God gives us to know that the grave is not the end.
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Queen Esther in the Bible is famous for her beauty and brilliance. This very long & dramatic song tells the true story of how she saved her people.
You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart, and with all your soul, and with all your might: learn the words of this verse in Deuteronomy by singing!
"There is neither Jew nor Gentile" are words spoken by the apostle Paul, himself a Jew, describing how in God's eyes, we are all equal.
Don't be afraid of the enemy - words spoken by Nehemiah in ancient days to encourage his fellows to act with bravery in the face of their enemies.
The parable of the sparrow is an ancient story wherein a noble of Northumbria likens man's brief life to the flight of a sparrow into a hall & out again.
"We are not fighting against flesh and blood enemies" is a warning given by Paul in the Bible.This dramatic song will help you learn this verse well!
What Child Is This lyrics, chords, & sheet music with the original words. A beautiful intermediate piano arrangement, & lead sheets & guitar tabs.
Seek the Lord and his strength is a quiet song about seeking God's presence. In times of sorrow, and of fear... seek Him when the soul needs peace.
All of Us Like Sheep Have Gone Astray - these are the words of Isaiah 53:6, describing how God laid the sins of us all on the Messiah. A musical setting.
The "Kinsman Redeemer" song describes the Messiah who came not just as the Son of God, but as man, our "kinsman," like Boaz in the story of Ruth.
A perfect read aloud storybook for little boys or girls.
The Adventures of Tonsta highlight the travels of a very young Christian lad with a good heart, who goes about helping folk in trouble.
With a red cap on his head and a sack of tools slung over his shoulder, Tonsta seems to meet people in distress wherever he goes.
Lots of trolls in this book.
Download this beautiful songbook telling the riveting story of the attempted genocide of the Jews in ancient Persia, and the brave young queen who risked her life to change the king's mind and save her people.
Also available as a paperback at Amazon!