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Hey-O Stories Of The Bible - Saddleback Kids

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Hey-O Stories of the Bible podcast tells the stories from God’s special book, the Bible, accurately and in a way that is engaging to children of all ages. These animated stories are also available to watch for free on Saddleback Kid’s YouTube channel. Listen and subscribe to this podcast on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, or wherever else you like to listen to your podcasts!

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Zacchaeus

1m · Published 20 Nov 10:00

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This Bible story podcast for kids tells the story of Zacchaeus. We referenced the following Biblical passages: Luke 19:1-10. Hey-O Kids Curriculum’s primary goal with the Stories of the Bible is to tell the stories from God’s word accurately and in a way that is engaging to children of all ages.

This is Zacchaeus who was a tax collector and very rich. Tax collectors were hated because many people thought they were liars and cheaters. Zacchaeus lived in Jericho and one day Jesus was passing through Jericho. Zacchaeus wanted to see who Jesus was, but he was too short to see above the crowd.

So he ran ahead to a place where he knew Jesus would come. He climbed a sycamore tree so he could see Jesus. When Jesus came to that place, he looked up and saw Zacchaeus in the tree. He said to him, “Zacchaeus, hurry and come down! I must stay at your house today.”

Zacchaeus came down quickly. He was pleased to have Jesus in his house. All the people saw this and began to complain, “Look at the kind of man Jesus stays with. Zacchaeus is a sinner!”

But Zacchaeus said to Jesus, “I will give half of my money to the poor. If I have cheated anyone, I will pay that person back four times more!”

Jesus said, “Salvation has come to this house today. This man truly belongs to the family of Abraham. The Son of Man came to find lost people and save them.”

Jesus Teaches About Humility

2m · Published 17 Nov 10:00

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This Bible story podcast for kids tells the story of Jesus teaching about humility. We referenced the following Biblical passages: Luke 14:7-11. Hey-O Kids Curriculum’s primary goal with the Stories of the Bible is to tell the stories from God’s word accurately and in a way that is engaging to children of all ages.

This is Jesus. Who is the son of God and the Savior of the world. While Jesus was on earth, He taught everyone about God’s love. He did many miracles like calming storms, and even raised people from the dead.

There were a group of Jewish leaders called the Pharisees who heard Jesus speak often. One of the Pharisees, named Simon, asked Jesus to have dinner with him. So Jesus went to Simon’s home for dinner and everyone was watching Jesus closely.

Jesus noticed that all the people at the dinner were trying to sit at the best seats at the table. So he told them this story: “When someone invites you to a wedding feast, don’t take the most important seat. The host may have invited someone more important than you.And if you are sitting in the most important seat, the host will come to you and say, ‘Give this man your seat.’ Then you will begin to move down to the last place. And you will be very embarrassed.

“So when you are invited, go sit in a seat that is not important. Then the host will come to you and say, ‘Friend, we have a better place for you!’ Then all the other guests will respect you.Everyone who makes himself great will be made humble. But the person who makes himself humble will be made great.”

The Parable of the Three Servants

2m · Published 15 Nov 10:00

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This Bible story podcast for kids tells the story of the Parable of the Three Servants. We referenced the following Biblical passages: Matthew 25:14-30. Hey-O Kids Curriculum’s primary goal with the Stories of the Bible is to tell the stories from God’s word accurately and in a way that is engaging to children of all ages.

This is Jesus who is the Son of God and the Savior of the world. While Jesus was on earth, He healed many people from their sickness and did many miracles like walking on water.

Jesus was sitting at the Mount of Olives with his disciples and teaching them about the kingdom of God. Jesus told his disciples a story. He told them that the kingdom of heaven would be like man going on a trip, who asked three servants to take care of his money. The man gave each of his servants different amounts of money according to their ability. To one of his servants, he gave five bags of money, he gave another two bags, and he gave the third servant one bag of money. Then he went on his trip.

The man who had been given five bags of money invested the money and gained five more bags. The servant with two bags of money did the same and got two more bags of money.

But the man who had one bag of money put it in a hole and hid the money. After a long time, the man came back from his trip and checked in with his servants to see what they had done with his money. The servant who was given five bags of money showed that he had gained five more. And the man said, “Well done, good and faithful servant! You did well with small things. So I will let you care for much greater things.”

Then the servant with two bags of money showed that he had gained two more. And the man was happy and said well done to the servant.

Then the servant who hid the money showed the man the one bag of money and said that he had hidden it because he was afraid. The man said, “You wicked, lazy servant!” He said that he should have at least put the money in the bank to get interest. Then he threw out the servant so he would serve him no more. And the man took the money from the servant and gave it to the servant with ten bags. For he said, “Everyone who uses what he has will get more. He will have much more than he needs. But the one who does not use what he has will have everything taken away from him.”

The Parable of the Great Banquet

3m · Published 13 Nov 10:00

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This Bible story podcast for kids tells the story of the Parable of the Great Banquet. We referenced the following Biblical passages: Luke 14: 12-24. Hey-O Kids Curriculum’s primary goal with the Stories of the Bible is to tell the stories from God’s word accurately and in a way that is engaging to children of all ages.

One day, Jesus went to eat at the house of a Pharisee. He said to the Pharisee who was hosting the meal, “When you give a dinner, do not invite your friends, your family, or your rich neighbors. For they will invite you back, and that will be your only reward. But invite the poor and those who have trouble seeing and walking. Then God will reward you for inviting those who could not repay you.”

When a man at the table heard what Jesus said, he said to Jesus, “What a blessing it will be to attend a banquet in the Kingdom of God!”

Jesus replied with a story: A man prepared a great feast and sent out many invitations. When the banquet was ready, he sent his servant to tell the guests, “Come, the banquet is ready.”

But they all began making excuses. One said, “I have just bought a field and must inspect it. Please excuse me.”

Another said, “I have just bought five pairs of oxen, and I want to try them out. Please excuse me.”

Another said, “I just got married, so I can’t come.”

The servant returned and told his master what they had said. His master was furious and said, “Go quickly into the streets and alleys of the town and invite the poor, and those who have trouble seeing and walking.”

After the servant had done this, he reported, “There is still room for more.”

So his master said, “Go out into the country lanes and behind the hedges and urge anyone you find to come, so that the house will be full. For none of those I first invited will get even the smallest taste of my banquet.”

The Parable of the Prodigal Son

4m · Published 10 Nov 10:00

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This Bible story podcast for kids tells the story of the The Parable of the Lost Son (Prodigal Son). We referenced the following Biblical passages: Luke 15:11–32. Hey-O Kids Curriculum’s primary goal with the Stories of the Bible is to tell the stories from God’s word accurately and in a way that is engaging to children of all ages.

This is Jesus. Who is the Son of God And the Savior of the World.

While Jesus was on earth he healed many people from their sickness, performed many miracles like calming storms, and even raised people from the dead.

Jesus taught everyone about God’s love. All kinds of people would come to hear Jesus speak including tax collectors and people who made bad choices. This made the Pharisees and Jewish leaders mad. They didn’t think that Jesus should be around these kinds of people.

So Jesus told them this story - A man had two sons. The younger son told his father, “I want my share of your estate now before you die.” So his father agreed and gave his son his inheritance.

A few days later this younger son packed all his belongings and moved to a distant land, and there he wasted all his money in wild living.

About the time his money ran out, a great famine swept over the land, and he began to starve. He convinced a local farmer to hire him, and the man sent him into his fields to feed the pigs.

The young man became so hungry that even the food he was feeding the pigs looked good to him. But no one gave him anything.

Finally he said to himself, “At home even the servants have food enough to spare, and here I am dying of hunger! I will go home to my father and apologize and ask him to take me on as a servant.”

So he returned home to his father. And while he was still a long way off, his father saw him coming. Filled with love and compassion, he ran to his son.

His son said to him, “Father, I have sinned against both heaven and you, and I am no longer worthy of being called your son.”

But his father said to the servants, “Quick! Bring the finest robe in the house and put it on him. Get a ring for his finger and sandals for his feet. And kill the calf we have been fattening. We must celebrate with a feast, for this son of mine was dead and has now returned to life. He was lost, but now he is found.” So the party began.

Meanwhile, the older son was in the fields working. When he returned home, he heard music and dancing in the house, and he asked one of the servants what was going on. “Your brother is back,” he was told, “and your father has killed the fattened calf. We are celebrating because of his safe return.”

The older brother was angry and wouldn’t go in. His father came out and begged him, but he replied, “All these years I’ve slaved for you and never once refused to do a single thing you told me to. And in all that time you never gave me even one young goat for a feast with my friends. Yet when this son of yours comes back after wasting your money, you celebrate by giving him a great feast!”

His father said to him, “Look, dear son, you have always stayed by me, and everything I have is yours. We had to celebrate this happy day. For your brother was dead and has come back to life! He was lost, but now he is found!”

The Parable of the Lost Sheep

1m · Published 08 Nov 10:00

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This Bible story podcast for kids tells the story of the Parable of the Lost Sheep. We referenced the following Biblical passages: Luke 15:1-7 and Matthew 18:12-14. Hey-O Kids Curriculum’s primary goal with the Stories of the Bible is to tell the stories from God’s word accurately and in a way that is engaging to children of all ages.

This is Jesus. Who is the Son of God And the Savior of the World.

While Jesus was on earth he healed many people from their sickness, performed many miracles like calming storms, and even raised people from the dead.

Jesus taught everyone about God’s love. All kinds of people would come to hear Jesus speak including tax collectors and people who made bad choices. This made the Pharisees and Jewish leaders mad. They didn’t think that Jesus should be around these kinds of people.

So Jesus told them this story - If a man has a hundred sheep and one of them gets lost, what will he do? Won’t he leave the ninety-nine others and go to search for the one that is lost until he finds it?

And when he has found it, he will joyfully carry it home. When he gets home, he will call together his friends and neighbors, saying, “Celebrate with me because I have found my lost sheep.”

In the same way, there is more joy in heaven over one lost sinner who returns to God than over ninety-nine others who haven’t strayed away!

The Parable of the Good Samaritan

3m · Published 06 Nov 10:00

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This Bible story podcast for kids tells the story of the Parable of the Good Samaritan. We referenced the following Biblical passages: Luke 10:25-37. Hey-O Kids Curriculum’s primary goal with the Stories of the Bible is to tell the stories from God’s word accurately and in a way that is engaging to children of all ages.

This is Jesus who is the Son of God and the Savior of the world. When Jesus was on earth, he wanted everyone to know what God thought about things. So he took every opportunity to teach people about God’s heart.

One day a religious expert stood up to test Jesus by asking him this question: “Teacher, what should I do to inherit eternal life?”

Jesus replied, “What does the law say?”

The man answered, “‘You must love the Lord your God with all your heart, all your soul, all your strength, and all your mind.’ And, ‘Love your neighbor as yourself.’”

“Right!” Jesus told him. “Do this and you will live!”

The man then asked, “And who is my neighbor?”

Jesus replied with a story: “A Jewish man was traveling from Jerusalem down to Jericho, and he was attacked by bandits. They stripped him of his clothes, beat him up, and left him half dead beside the road.

By chance a priest came along. But when he saw the man lying there, he crossed to the other side of the road and passed him by. Another man who worked in the temple who was called a Levite walked over and looked at him lying there, but he also passed by on the other side.

Then a Samaritan came along. Samaritans were hated by Jews, they were seen as lesser people and Jews would not interact with them. But when the Samaritan saw the man, he felt compassion for him. Going over to him, the Samaritan soothed his wounds with olive oil and wine and bandaged them. Then he put the man on his own donkey and took him to an inn, where he took care of him. The next day he handed the innkeeper two silver coins, telling him, ‘Take care of this man. If his bill runs higher than this, I’ll pay you the next time I’m here.’

“Now which of these three would you say was a neighbor to the man who was attacked by bandits?” Jesus asked.

The man replied, “The one who showed him mercy.”

Then Jesus said, “Yes, now go and do the same.”

The Parable of the Farmer and the Seeds

3m · Published 03 Nov 09:00

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This Bible story podcast for kids tells the story of the Parable of the Farmer. We referenced the following Biblical passages: Luke 8: 4-15, Matthew 13: 1-9, 18-23, and Mark 4: 1-20. Hey-O Kids Curriculum’s primary goal with the Stories of the Bible is to tell the stories from God’s word accurately and in a way that is engaging to children of all ages.

One day Jesus went and sat beside the sea. A great crowd gathered around him, so he got in a boat and told them many things in parables. He told them this story -

A farmer went out to plant some seed. As he scattered it across his field, some of the seed fell on a footpath, where it was stepped on, and the birds came and ate it. Other seed fell on shallow soil among rocks. The seed began to grow quickly because the soil was shallow. But the plant soon wilted under the hot sun, and since it didn’t have deep roots, it died.

Other seed fell among thorns that grew up and choked out the tender plants. Still other seed fell on fertile soil. This seed grew and produced a crop that was a hundred times as much as had been planted!

When Jesus had said this, he called out, “Anyone with ears to hear should listen and understand.”

Later, the disciples came to Jesus and asked what this parable meant. Jesus said, “The farmer plants seed by taking God’s word to others. The seed that fell on the footpath represents those who hear the message, only to have Satan come at once and take it away. The seed on the rocky soil represents those who hear the message and immediately receive it with joy. But since they don’t have deep roots, they don’t last long. They fall away as soon as they have problems or are treated badly for believing God’s word.

The seed that fell among the thorns represents others who hear God’s word, but all too quickly the message is crowded out by the worries of this life and the desire for other things.

And the seed that fell on good soil represents those who hear and accept God’s word and produce a harvest of thirty, sixty, or even a hundred times as much as had been planted!”

Jesus Calls Peter

2m · Published 01 Nov 09:00

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This Bible story podcast for kids tells the story of Jesus Calls Peter. We referenced the following Biblical passages: Matthew 4:18-22, Luke 5:1-11, and Mark 1:16-20. Hey-O Kids Curriculum’s primary goal with the Stories of the Bible is to tell the stories from God’s word accurately and in a way that is engaging to children of all ages.

This is Jesus who is the Son of God and the Savior of the World. Jesus grew up in Nazareth and was baptized by John in the Jordan River. Jesus began teaching about God’s love and healing people of their sickness.

One day, John saw Jesus walking by and told the people around him that Jesus was the Lamb of God. One of the people standing with him was Andrew, whose brother was Simon who would later be known as Peter. Andrew went to find his brother and said, “We have found the Christ!” Simon went with Andrew and met Jesus. Jesus looked at Simon and said, “Your name is Simon, son of John - but you will be called Peter.”

On another day, Jesus was walking along the shore of the Sea of Galilee and lots of people crowded around him to hear what He had to say.

Jesus noticed two empty boats for Andrew and Peter had left them and were washing their nets. Jesus stepped into one of the boats and asked Peter to take him out into the sea. So He sat in the boat and taught the crowds from there.

When He had finished speaking, He said to Peter, “Now go out where it is deeper, and let down your nets to catch some fish.”

But Peter said, “We worked hard all last night and didn’t catch a thing. But if you say so, I’ll let the nets down again.” And this time their nets were so full of fish they began to tear! They called to some other fishermen for help and soon both boats were filled with fish.

When Peter realized what had happened, he fell to his knees before Jesus and said, “Oh, Lord, please leave me—I’m such a sinful man.”

Jesus replied to Peter, “Don’t be afraid! Come, follow me, and I will show you how to fish for people!” And as soon as they landed, they left their nets and followed Jesus. So Simon Peter became one of Jesus’ 12 disciples and followed his friend Jesus throughout his time on earth.

Jesus's Disciples

4m · Published 30 Oct 09:00

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This Bible story podcast for kids tells the story of Jesus's Disciples. We referenced the following Biblical passages: Matthew 4:18-22, 9:9, 13:10-18, 14:25, 17:1-2, 28:19-20; Mark 4:39, 5:37-42; John 9:6, 2:9, 11:43-44, 20:19, 27, 31; Luke 5:24-25, 22:47; Acts 1:3, 8-9, 2:4, 41, 5: 40-42, 8:38; 1 Peter 1:1-2. Hey-O Kids Curriculum’s primary goal with the Stories of the Bible is to tell the stories from God’s word accurately and in a way that is engaging to children of all ages.

These are Jesus’ Disciples. They were men who followed Jesus during his time on earth. There were 12 disciples. Some were fishermen like Peter, Andrew, James, and John. Some were tax collectors like Matthew. Some were even brothers like Peter and Andrew or James and John. These 12 men saw Jesus do amazing things like calming storms, turning water into wine, healing people from sickness, helping people who were blind see, making people who couldn’t walk, walk, and even raising people from the dead. They heard Jesus teach about God’s love and tell stories that taught them and others about the kingdom of heaven. Jesus would often turn to them and teach them what these stories meant.

Of the 12 disciples, there were three that were the closest to Jesus. Their names were Peter, James, and John. These three got to see Jesus do miracles that others did not. They even got to see him transformed on a mountain and got to see Jesus’ face shine with the glory of God.

On the night he was arrested, one of Jesus’ disciples named Judas betrayed Jesus. The disciples were with Jesus before he was arrested. They were afraid when he was taken and put to death on the cross. They hid and didn’t know what to do until they heard that Jesus was alive! For 40 days, Jesus appeared to the disciples. Jesus showed them and others that he was truly alive. He told his disciple Thomas that he could touch the marks from the cross on his hands and side so he would know that it was really Jesus.

Jesus promised his disciples that he would send them the Holy Spirit to be their helper. He told his disciples to go and make disciples of all nations. Then Jesus went to heaven. The disciples waited, just as Jesus told them, for the Holy Spirit to come. And the Holy Spirit did come and fill them with power.

They went to teach the new disciples to obey all the commands Jesus had given them and baptize them in the name of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. Some wrote letters to the new churches to encourage them and teach them about God’s commands. Some of the disciples like Matthew and John wrote down the stories of Jesus’ time on earth so that all who read the words would believe that Jesus was the Messiah, the Son of God. The disciples went on to tell the good news of Jesus wherever they went, and many of the people they shared with came to believe and follow Jesus. The disciples started the church and were persecuted because of their faith, but they never stopped preaching about Jesus.

Hey-O Stories Of The Bible - Saddleback Kids has 149 episodes in total of non- explicit content. Total playtime is 8:04:23. The language of the podcast is English. This podcast has been added on August 20th 2023. It might contain more episodes than the ones shown here. It was last updated on April 17th, 2024 15:11.

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