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The bible t v series

This series is one of the most popular television shows in history. It’s been around for decades, and it’s not going anywhere anytime soon.

It’s interesting to see how this show has changed over time—it started out as a drama about a man who was trying to find his way back to God, but now it’s more of a comedy with lots of action and some romance thrown in for good measure. The characters have changed too! When I watched the first season with my parents, we were all shocked at how much Saul had changed by the end of it. He had gone from being an evil dictator to being a nice guy who helps people out when they need him most.

I think that this show is perfect for anyone who wants something exciting and engaging on their TV screen every week–whether they’re into religion or not!

The bible t v series


Mark Burnett and Roma Downey, who had a success with their hit series The Voice, are turning their talents to telling stories from the bible. The 10-episode miniseries is coming to the History Channel on March 3 at 8 p.m. For those who love history and for those who crave adventure, this series promises to entertain and satisfy. It will also give viewers an opportunity to learn about biblical characters from a new perspective.

The Bible is a 10-episode miniseries premiering on March 3.

The Bible is a 10-episode miniseries premiering on March 3. Based on the books of Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers and Deuteronomy, The Bible stars Diogo Morgado as Jesus Christ in his life-changing ministry.

The project was developed by Roma Downey together with Mark Burnett for their production company LightWorkers Media. Amongst other executive producers are Richard Bedser (Happy Feet) and Brian Grazer (Apollo 13).

Downey was inspired to create The Bible after having seen Mel Gibson’s 2004 film The Passion Of The Christ: “I thought it was amazing that someone had finally managed to make a biblical film at such a scale,” she said in an interview with Variety magazine last year.

The series promises to explore the historical and ancient stories of the Bible.

Why are these verses important

God never intended for us to walk through life alone. God has always been about raising up a people who would support each other and bless those around them. Here we see what that looks like. These verses remind us of the importance of support and faithfulness, and to look for God’s provision in our relationships.

1 Samuel 16:7
But the Lord said to Samuel, “Do not consider his appearance or his height, for I have rejected him. The Lord does not look at the things people look at. People look at the outward appearance, but the Lord looks at the heart.”

Saul, Israel’s first king, is an utter failure. God rejects him and sends his prophet Samuel to anoint the new king he has chosen. Samuel is to go to Bethlehem and invite a man named Jesse to the sacrifice. When Samuel sees Jesse’s strapping oldest son, Eliab, he thinks he’s found God’s anointed. But God tells him otherwise.

Why are these verses inspirational?
We spend our whole lives judging the world by appearances and having others judge us the same way. And if we’re honest, we tend to judge ourselves by appearance, too. It’s inspiring to remember that God doesn’t see things the way that we do. He sees beyond the obvious and encourages us to do the same.

2 Samuel 7:22
“How great you are, Sovereign Lord! There is no one like you, and there is no God but you, as we have heard with our own ears.”

Through the prophet Nathan, God reminds David that he’s taken him from the pasture and appointed him as ruler over Israel. He also informs him that David’s name will be great and the throne of his kingdom will endure forever. This verse comes from David’s prayerful response.

Why is this verse inspirational?
In a world full of idols, David reminds us that there is no God like the God of Israel. In light of the sacrifice and resurrection of Jesus, we know that to be true in a way that even David couldn’t fathom. This world offers us plenty to worship, but nothing compares to the one true God.

1 Kings 8:22–24
Then Solomon stood before the altar of the Lord in front of the whole assembly of Israel, spread out his hands toward heaven and said: “Lord, the God of Israel, there is no God like you in heaven above or on earth below—you who keep your covenant of love with your servants who continue wholeheartedly in your way. You have kept your promise to your servant David my father; with your mouth you have promised and with your hand you have fulfilled it—as it is today.

Solomon brings the Ark of the Covenant into the completed temple. This is a momentous occasion because the Ark represents God’s presence which will dwell in this holy place. Solomon then begins giving this dedication.

Why are these verses inspirational?
Throughout the Old Testament, the Israelites are constantly reminded of what God has done for them and the promises he has kept. This builds up their faith and encourages future faithfulness. These verses (and verses like them) are a reminder to us that our relationship with God began centuries ago with the Israelites. His faithfulness to them is part of the story of his devotion to us.

2 Kings 22:19
Because your heart was responsive and you humbled yourself before the Lord when you heard what I have spoken against this place and its people—that they would become a curse and be laid waste—and because you tore your robes and wept in my presence, I also have heard you, declares the Lord.

Josiah becomes king at eight years old, but unlike his dad and grandfather, he’s a good ruler. During the eighteenth year of his reign, he instructs repairs be made to the temple. When a book of the Law is found and read to Josiah, it becomes obvious just how far Israel has strayed from God. In anguish, Josiah tears his clothes.

In a discussion with a prophetess named Huldah, Josiah is told that God intends to visit his wrath upon Israel for its sins, but then he promises mercy to Josiah because he has humbled himself before the Lord

Why is this verse inspirational?
The mercy Josiah experiences is in response to his distress at how far Israel has fallen from God. Josiah doesn’t call down curses on Israel, but as a part of God’s people, he hurts for how far from God the nation has fallen. God pays attention to us as we express heartache for how far we have drifted from him.

1 Chronicles 22:13
Then you will have success if you are careful to observe the decrees and laws that the Lord gave Moses for Israel. Be strong and courageous. Do not be afraid or discouraged.

As the preparation is being made for the building of the temple, David calls his son and successor, Solomon, to his side to remind him of the importance of faithfulness.
Why is this verse inspirational?

Throughout Scripture, two of the messages that people receive most often are “be faithful” and “don’t be afraid.” Here we see these instructions again. The verse reminds us that if we are doing our best to be faithful to God, we have nothing to fear.

This series promises to explore the historical and ancient stories of the Bible. The 10-episode miniseries will premiere on March 3, 2019 and will be co-produced by Roma Downey who is also known for producing other shows such as Touched By An Angel .

The show was filmed in Morocco, Wales and the Canary Islands.

Every episode of this series will be one hour long.

The Bible is a 10-episode series. Each episode will be one hour long, so you can binge watch the whole thing in one day if you want to.

This series is being co-produced by Roma Downey and Mark Burnett, who also produced The Bible miniseries (and they were married at the time).

The series premieres on March 3rd at 8 p.m. ET/PT on History Channel!

The Bible is being co-produced by Roma Downey, who played Monica on Touched By An Angel!

The Bible is a series that will follow the story of the Old Testament, from Genesis through to Revelation. It will be produced by Roma Downey, who played Monica on Touched By An Angel! She’s joined by Mark Burnett and his wife, actress Roma Downey.

The bible is an ancient text that tells us about God’s relationship with humans and how he saved them through Jesus Christ. The entire bible contains 66 books written by various people over thousands of years starting with Moses in 1500 BC up until John around 90 AD which was when it was completed.

The series has been broken down into two parts:

Part 1 – Genesis (6 episodes) tells how God created everything including Adam & Eve after creating heaven & earth but then things went wrong so he had to flood everything again; this time leaving Noah’s family alive as well as some creatures like fish & birds since they were on boats at sea during this event.; Part 2 – Exodus (12 episodes) shows how Moses led his people out of slavery in Egypt after God sent plagues upon their oppressors because they were treating him badly; then freed everyone else too when Pharaoh refused their release from bondage; finally moving forward into new territory where they could live freely while waiting for Messiah (Jesus Christ).

The series was filmed in Morocco, Wales and the Canary Islands over a period of six months.

The series was filmed in Morocco, Wales and the Canary Islands over a period of six months. Filming took place during the summer of 2013, 2014 and 2015. The series was filmed with a budget of $7 million dollars (around £5m). In total it took three years to make the show from beginning to end.

This is a new TV series about the ancient figures from the bible

If you’re a fan of the bible, then you’ve probably heard about The Bible Miniseries. It’s being produced by Roma Downey and Mark Burnett, and it’s currently in production for its first season.

The show is based on the biblical stories that are told in the Good Book. The miniseries is being filmed in Morocco, Wales and the Canary Islands. It will air on History Channel this spring (2019).


As you can see, if you want to watch a series that focuses on Christianity and the Bible, then this is a great choice. It has everything a good show needs: drama, action and even history. Hopefully you’ll be able to tune in when it airs on March 3rd at 8pm ET/PT!

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