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What’s new on Apple TV? The Bible App.

Let the message about Christ,
in all its richness, fill your lives…
Colossians 3:3a, NLT

Last month Apple announced their all-new Apple TV, bringing the power of apps to your television experience. And just as the Bible App was one of the first to iPhone, and one of the first to Apple Watch, now the Bible App is one of the first to the new Apple TV:

 

In New Bible App for Kids Story, “No Silver, No Gold,” Peter and John Heal a Man

Available now in the Bible App for Kids, “No Silver, No Gold” is the story of Peter and John healing a man who had never been able to walk. Based on Acts 3, “No Silver, No Gold” shows Peter and John beginning to do the things Jesus had taught them, spreading His good news all over Jerusalem.

One day as Peter and John are walking to the temple, they meet a man sitting by one of the temple gates. Because this man had never been able to walk, he couldn’t work at a regular job. So every day, his friends carry him to the temple and set him down by a gate, where he can ask people for money as they go by. As Peter and John come near, the man asks them for money.

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Peter and John stop in front of the man, but they don’t have any money to give him. Peter tells him, “I don’t have silver, and I don’t have gold. What I do have can’t be bought or sold. In the name of Jesus, get up, walk, and be made whole!” Then Peter takes the man’s hand, and he stands up for the first time ever, his feet and ankles instantly growing strong. It’s a miracle!

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The man starts running around, jumping up and down, thanking God for healing him. Everyone there is amazed. They’ve seen the man sitting outside the temple day after day, asking people for money because he couldn’t walk. Peter tells the people that it was Jesus who healed the man, so many of them decide they want to follow Jesus, too!

If you already have the Bible App for Kids, all you need to do to get “No Silver, No Gold” is open the app and tap the new story icon. But even if you don’t have the app yet, getting it is easy — and it’s free! Just click one of the buttons below.

 



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About the Bible App for Kids

Already installed on more than 8 million devices, the Bible App for Kids comes from YouVersion, makers of the Bible App. In partnership with OneHope, the Bible App for Kids was designed specifically to provide your children with a delight-filled Bible experience all their own. Here are all the places where you can get the Bible App for Kids:

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What 102 New Bible Versions in 86 New Languages Means… to You

At YouVersion, we have the best jobs in the world. Every day, we do everything we can to help people engage with the Bible. And we get to partner with visionaries, friends who inspire us by actively translating Bibles…and then freely sharing those Bibles with us. And with you. Together, we’re working to make God’s Word available to every person on Earth, no matter where they live or what language they prefer.

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During the last six months alone, our Bible partners have given us 102 new versions and 86 new languages to add to the Bible App. (The complete list appears at the end of this post.) Thanks to their generosity, we’re now able to offer 1,200 versions in 868 languages. Join us. Help us get Bibles to people like this boy in Nepal…

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Maithili is just one language in the batch of 86 we just added. One of the most common languages in India, Maithili is the second most widely used language in Nepal. Maithili is the primary language of 12 million people and a second language to 33 million more. Let that sink in for a moment. For millions of people, the Maithili Bible (provided by Wycliffe) marks the first opportunity they’ve ever had to experience God’s Word in the language of their heart. What will God’s Spirit say to them? To him?

Sources: Ethnologue, Wikipedia

Learn more about Wycliffe’s mission

And help us get Bibles to people like this woman…

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Amharic is another of the 86. In Ethiopia, where this woman lives, 22 million people speak Amharic. Outside Ethiopia, Amharic has another 2.7 million speakers. And for 15 million people, Amharic is their only language. (After Arabic, Amharic is the second-most spoken Semitic language in the world.) The Amharic Bible (or New Amharic Standard Version, provided by Biblica) presents God’s Word to Amharic speakers in an everyday style that’s easy for ordinary people to read and understand. Even in remote areas where people don’t have running water or reliable transportation, many have cell phones, tablets, and other mobile devices — which means they now have the opportunity to experience the Bible in their heart language.

Sources: Wikipedia, Ethnologue

Learn more about Biblica’s mission


The Word of God is living and active. His Spirit is on the move all over the world, transforming hearts with life-changing power. Imagine a world where every person can instantly engage with God’s Word in their own language. In the history of our planet, nothing like that has ever even been possible before. But right now, today, for the first time ever, not only is it possible… this dream is within our reach.

What would happen?
We want to find out. Don’t you?

  1. Engage with God’s Word every day. Let it speak to you, change you.
  2. Share the Bible App with everyone you can. Show them what’s already there.
  3. Click through our incredible partners below and see what they’re doing. Let their passion inspire you like it inspires us.

Let’s change the world together.

 

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Our Newest Languages / Bible Versions

See all Bible Versions and Languages

 

Achuar-Shiwiar Achuar-Shiwiar Scripture Wycliffe
Agta, Dupaninan Dupaninan Agta New Testament 2001 Wycliffe
Agta, Umiray Dumaget I bowon a pagpakikasungdu Wycliffe
Amharic Amharic Bible: New Amharic Standard Version Biblica
Amarasi The Word of God: New Testament with Genesis Wycliffe
Arabic, Tunisian Arabic Tunisian New Testament United Bible Societies
Aruamu Aruamu New Testament Pioneer Bible Translators
Asháninka, South Ucayali Asháninka South Ucayali Bible Wycliffe
Awara Awara Bible Portions Wycliffe
Ayta, Mag-antsi The Word of God: The New Testament in Ayta Mag-antsi Wycliffe
Bandial bqj The Bible in Bandial Wycliffe
Bimin Sunbim-Got em Kitakamin Weng Wycliffe
Burarra Our Father’s Good Story: The New Way
that Jesus Christ Brought to Us
Wycliffe
Cishingini New Testament Wycliffe
Dhangu Wangurri Mark Wycliffe
Dutch BasicBijbel Uitgever: ZakBijbelBond 2015
Edolo Edolo Partial Bible Wycliffe
English International Children’s Bible Thomas Nelson
English Metrical Psalms 1650 British & Foreign Bible Society
English (American) World Messianic Bible Public Domain
English (British) World Messianic Bible British Edition Public Domain
Epena Epena Scriptures Wycliffe
Farefare gur New Testament in Ninkare Wycliffe
Fulfulde, Central-Eastern Niger Fulfulde New Testament Wycliffe
Garrwa Garrwa Mini Bible Wycliffe
Gor Ta l❠Luw❠KunmindÄ kÄ SigÄ Wycliffe
Huarijiío The New Testament in Huarijío
(Chihuahua and Sonora, Mexico)
Wycliffe
Ibatan Chirin ni Apo Dyos (No bayo a tolag kan Genesis)
(Naimbag a damag: Iti agdama a panawen)
Wycliffe
Ifugao, Amganad Central (Amganad) Ifugao New Testament Wycliffe
Ifugao, Mayoyao I bowon a pagpakikasungdu Wycliffe
Ika Elu Ọhụn: Ẹkụkwọ-Nsọ (Azụụn Ọhụn rịn’a) Wycliffe
Ikwere Ikwere New Testament Wycliffe
Isnag Ya bíæbíæníçn ne Dios nga nesí_ríçt kiya
baru wa tí_lag Genesis se Exodus
Wycliffe
Ivatan No vayo a Testamento Wycliffe
Kalagan Kalagan New Testament Wycliffe
Kalinga, Limos Ugud apudyus = Ti baro tulag Wycliffe
Kalinga, Southern The Word of God Wycliffe
Kaluli Kaluli partial New Testament Wycliffe
Kankanaey I bowon a pagpakikasungdu Wycliffe
Kankanay (Northern) Word of God Wycliffe
Kapingamarangi Kapungamarangi New Testament Wycliffe
Kasem xsm New Testament in Kasem Wycliffe
Kire The New Testament in Kire Pioneer Bible Translators
Kombio Kambio Wampukuamp Bible Portions Wycliffe
Kombio Kombio Portions Wycliffe
Kriol The Bible in the Kriol of Northern Australia Wycliffe
Kube The New Testament and Psalms in Kube
(Papua New Guinea)
Wycliffe
Kuman Kuman New Testament Wycliffe
Kutu The New Testament in Kutu Pioneer Bible Translators
Lobala loq New Testament in Lobala Wycliffe
Macedonian Macedonian Standard Bible – Slavonic Order Bible Society of Macedonia
Maithili jivən səndesh Wycliffe
Malay, Kupang God’s Word Wycliffe
Mamanwa Ya mga panaba na Diyos Wycliffe
Manobo, Cotabato Kagi nemula (Word of God) Wycliffe
Manobo, Dibabawon Kasulatan to Diyus Wycliffe
Manobo, Ilianen Ke meupiya ne tudtul mekeatag ki Hisu Kristu Wycliffe
Manobo, Western Bukidnon Is begu he paagi: ang pulong sa Dios Wycliffe
Manx Manx Metrical Psalms 1768 British & Foreign Bible Society
Maung Maung Mark Wycliffe
Mayo The New Testament in Mayo
(Sonora and Sinaloa, Mexico)
Wycliffe
Mekeo Mauni Mamaga Iifaga Wycliffe
Mende The New Testament in Mende
(Papua New Guinea)
Wycliffe
Morokodo Morokodo Pioneer Bible Translators
Muyuw The New Testament in Muyuw
(Papua New Guinea)
Wycliffe
Naasioi Kara Naroong-anta Nerakung Kongarana’ Wycliffe
Ndamba The New Testament in Ndamba Pioneer Bible Translators
Ngulu Nguu New Testament Pioneer Bible Translators
Nsenga Nsenga New Testament Bible Society of Zambia
Nunggubuyu Wubuy Shorter Bible Wycliffe
Píçez Dyus Yuwe U_ësesa Wycliffe
Rawa Rawa New Testament Wycliffe
Sambal The Word of God: New Testament Wycliffe
Sambal, Botolan Hay halitíç nin Diyos hay kawkanta boy kawkahalita-an
(The New Testament, Psalms, and Proverbs)
Wycliffe
Sango La Bible en Sango courant Bible Society in the Central African Republic
Saposa U Vurungan Rof Foun Ten Gov Nane Jisas Krais Wycliffe
Sena The New Testament in Sena Wycliffe
Shan The Holy Bible in Shan Common Language Thailand Bible Society
Sherpa कोन्छ्‌योककी सुङ Wycliffe
Sinaugoro Ginitago Variguna Wycliffe
Siroi Kuate Tuku Pasa Wycliffe
Subanen (Central) New Testament Wycliffe
Subanon (Western) Kitab Bogu Pasad taluʼ nog Mikpongon Wycliffe
Susu Susu Bible in Arabic Script Pioneer Bible Translators
Tamajaq, Tawallammat Gospel of Jesus-Christ Wycliffe
Tausug The New Testament in Tausug Wycliffe
Tepo Krumen The New Testament in Kroumen Tepo Wycliffe
Toma God’s Book in Toma Pioneer Bible Translators
Tonga (Tonga Islands) Tongan Moulton Bible Bible Society of the South Pacific
Toussian, Southern wib New Testament in Toussian Wycliffe
Warlpiri Warlpiri New Testament Wycliffe
Wayampi New Testament in Wayampi Wycliffe
Welsh New Metrical Psalms 2008 British & Foreign Bible Society
Welsh Welsh Metrical Psalms 1621 British & Foreign Bible Society
Weri Ngönën Pepewer Wycliffe
Wik-Mungkan Wik-Mungkan New Testament Wycliffe
Wiru Weneya Totono Keraisu Yesunomo Wycliffe
Wuvulu-Aua The New Testament in Wuvalu-Aua
(Papua New Guinea)
Wycliffe
Yele The New Testament in Rossel (Yele) of Papua New Guinea Bible League International
Zapotec, Yareni Yareni Zapotec New Testament Wycliffe
Zia Tuwa Yesu Kristora bowi iwaing Wycliffe
Zigula The New Testament in Zigua Pioneer Bible Translators

Bible App for Android Has Two Brand-New Widgets

Bible App Widgets can help you keep God’s Word front-and-center in your day, giving you a quick, “at-a-glance” peek into your favorite features — right on your device’s Home screen! The latest update to the Bible App for Android includes two all-new Widgets: one for Verse of the Day and one for Reading Plans.

Verse of the Day Widget

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The Verse of the Day Widget displays as much of today’s Verse of the Day as will fit in the size you selected. One tap on any of the three available sizes can take you to the Verse of the Day inside the Bible App. In the two larger sizes, you can adjust the Widget’s settings, share today’s Verse of the Day with your friends, and even make a Verse Image — all starting directly from your Home screen! When you add the Verse of the Day Widget,* select a black or white color theme, turn transparency on or off, and specify the Bible version you’d like displayed in your Widget.

Reading Plans Widget

Each of the three available sizes of the Reading Plans Widget displays the Plan artwork of any of your currently subscribed Plans, along with quick links to today’s Devotional Content and Bible passages — again, all from your Home screen. When you add the Reading Plans Widget,* you’ll specify a black or white color theme, turn transparency on or off, and select which Plan(s) you want to display.


*Note: The way you add Widgets to your device varies by manufacturer. Try entering “Widgets” into your device’s Search tools, or look online for tips on how to add Widgets to your specific device.


Tip: We want your Bible App experience to be as amazing as possible. So before you update or install this latest version, please check your device Settings to ensure that it’s up-to-date with the most recent release of Android available. Some Bible App features may not be available on older devices, or on older versions of Android.

About the Bible App for Android

The Bible App™ has been installed on more than 195 million unique devices, all over the world. Developed by YouVersion, the Bible App offers more than 1,000 Bible versions, in more than 770 languages. And it’s always completely free.

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New in the Bible App for Kids: “In the Garden”: Peter Denies Knowing Jesus

Available now in the Bible App for Kids, “In the Garden” picks up where the story “A Goodbye Meal” left off. Based on the passages Matthew 26:31–75 and John 18:1–8, after Jesus finishes eating the Last Supper with His friends, they go on a nighttime walk toward a big garden. On the way, Jesus tells them that soon they will all run away and leave Him. One of Jesus’ friends, Peter, insists, “I will never leave you!” But Jesus tells Peter that before the sun comes up the next morning, Peter will say he doesn’t know Jesus — three times!

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When they get to the garden, Jesus asks His friends to pray with Him. But because it’s very late at night, they are all so tired that they fall asleep, and Jesus talks to God by Himself. Jesus knows that bad men will be coming soon to take Him away, so He tells God, “Father, I wish there was another way… still, I will do just what you say.”

Just then an angry mob shows up with torches, waking up Jesus’ friends. Another one of Jesus’ friends who had left earlier during their Last Supper, Judas, is with them. Judas walks straight to Jesus and kisses Him — a secret signal for the temple police to arrest Jesus. Jesus tells them, “I’m the one you’re looking for,” and they all fall backwards onto the ground.

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When they get up and grab Jesus to take Him to the religious leaders, everybody runs away except Peter. Instead, Peter sneaks after the crowd to see what will happen. Three different times during the night, people ask Peter if he is one of Jesus’ friends, and every time he tells them, “I don’t even know Him!” As soon as Peter realizes that he has denied Jesus three times — just as Jesus said he would — he begins crying.

If you already have the Bible App for Kids, all you need to do to get “In the Garden” is open the app and tap the new story icon. But even if you don’t have the app yet, getting it is easy — and it’s free! Just click one of the buttons below.

 



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About the Bible App for Kids

Already installed on more than 8 million devices, the Bible App for Kids comes from YouVersion, makers of the Bible App. In partnership with OneHope, the Bible App for Kids was designed specifically to provide your children with a delight-filled Bible experience all their own. Here are all the places where you can get the Bible App for Kids:

Get it now

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Now Your Children Can Experience the Bible App for Kids in French!

More than 220 million people around the world speak French. And according to a recent survey, 1.6 million families in the U.S. said that French is the primary language they speak at home. Ever since we added French to the Bible App almost five years ago, millions of you have been actively participating in the worldwide YouVersion community. Today, together with our partner OneHope, we’re pleased to announce the launch of the Bible App for Kids in French: La Bible App pour les Enfants. Now, more children than ever have the opportunity to enjoy a Bible experience all their own.

And with our all-new language selector, now you can select French as your language of choice — from directly inside the Bible App for Kids! Simply update your app to the most current release, then look under Settings for “Language.” You can choose between Brazilian Portuguese, Chinese, Dutch, English, French, German, Korean, Russian, and Spanish. The audio will play in that language, and any text will appear in that language, too!

Please help us celebrate this great news!

 



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About the Bible App for Kids

The Bible App for Kids is the newest app from YouVersion, makers of the Bible App, designed to give children a delight-filled Bible experience all their own. Developed in partnership with OneHope, the Bible App for Kids has already been installed on over 8 million Apple, Android, and Kindle devices, and it’s always completely free. Kids from all over the world are now enjoying the Bible App for Kids — in Brazilian Portuguese, Chinese, Dutch, English, Korean, Spanish, Russian, and now in French!

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In New Bible App for Kids Story, “A Goodbye Meal,” Jesus Shares the Last Supper with His Disciples

Available now in the Bible App for Kids, “A Goodbye Meal” is the story of Jesus sharing the last supper with His disciples. Based on passages from Matthew 26:14–16, John 13:26–30, and Mark 14:12–26, “A Goodbye Meal” explains why the religious leaders didn’t like Jesus, then shows the events that gave us the Communion we still celebrate today: to remember all that Jesus sacrificed for us.

Jesus tries to show everyone how much God loves them by healing sick people and giving food to people who are hungry. But some leaders don’t like the things that Jesus is saying (and they’re jealous of Him), so they want to make Him go away. They pay one of Jesus’ followers, a man named Judas, to tell lies about Jesus so that the police will arrest Him.

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But because Jesus is God, He already knows their mean plans. He even knows that Judas is secretly planning to help the bad leaders get Him in trouble! Jesus sits down to have a nice dinner with His main twelve followers, called disciples. As they are eating together, Jesus tells Judas in front of everybody that He knows what Judas is planning to do. Jesus tells Judas to go ahead and get it over with quickly, so Judas leaves to go get the bad men who will take Jesus away.

After Judas leaves, Jesus gives pieces of bread to His friends who stayed, and He shares a drink with them. He tells them, “When you eat bread—and drink together, too—remember all the things I did for you.” Jesus tells them that all the bad things that are about to happen need to happen, because that’s how God has decided He wants to forgive all of the bad things that people do. After Jesus and His friends finish eating, they sing a song together, then go to a special garden to pray…and wait.

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If you already have the Bible App for Kids, all you need to do to get “A Goodbye Meal” is open the app and tap the new story icon. But even if you don’t have the app yet, getting it is easy — and it’s free! Just click one of the buttons below.

 



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About the Bible App for Kids

Already installed on more than 8 million devices, the Bible App for Kids comes from YouVersion, makers of the Bible App. In partnership with OneHope, the Bible App for Kids was designed specifically to provide your children with a delight-filled Bible experience all their own. Here are all the places where you can get the Bible App for Kids:

Get it now

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Switch Languages from Inside the Bible App for Kids!

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In a brand-new feature, now you can select any of the Bible App for Kids’ many languages…from directly inside the app! If this is your first time installing the Bible App for Kids, you’ll have this feature the first time you open the app. Or, if you already have the Bible App for Kids, simply update it to the most current version, then look under Settings for “Language.” The app lists all of our available languages, both in that language and in your currently selected default language. Just tap the one you want:

 

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When you open a story in a different language, the app will need to download that story again. Each time you open a story, if you’ve downloaded that story before, Bible App for Kids will simply replace the one on your device with that same story in your newly selected language. But don’t worry: it’s easy! And, more importantly, your kids won’t lose any stars they’ve achieved or any collectibles they’ve gathered. (Bible App for Kids remembers those things across languages.)

We know your children are going to love experiencing their favorite Bible stories in the language of their heart!



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About the Bible App for Kids

The Bible App for Kids is the newest app from YouVersion, makers of the Bible App, designed to give children a delight-filled Bible experience all their own. Developed in partnership with OneHope, the Bible App for Kids has already been installed on over 8 million Apple, Android, and Kindle devices, and it’s always completely free. Kids from all over the world are now enjoying the Bible App for Kids — in Brazilian Portuguese, Chinese, Dutch, English, German, Korean, Spanish, and Russian!

Get it now

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New in the Bible App for Kids: “Coming Home,” the Timeless Prodigal Son Story

Available now in the Bible App for Kids, in “Coming Home,” religious leaders ask Jesus why He spends time with people who do bad things. Based on Luke 15:1–3 and 11–32, “Coming Home” shows Jesus answering them by telling a story about a man with two grown-up sons: the timeless parable of the prodigal son.

Sometimes parents save up money to leave behind for their children after they die. But the younger son asks his father if he can go ahead and have his share of the money now, even though his father is still alive. This makes the father very sad, but he gives the money to his younger son anyway. The son moves far away and starts spending his father’s money on things he thinks are fun — but that are actually very bad for him.

Because the son keeps making bad choices, eventually he runs out of money, and he has to get a job taking care of pigs. Then the weather turns bad, and farmers can’t grow enough crops to feed everyone. The son gets so hungry, he wishes he could eat the pigs’ food. All of a sudden, he remembers: “Wait a minute — my dad is rich! If I go back home, maybe he will give me a job. Then I’ll have enough food to eat.”

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When the younger son gets home, his father runs out to meet him. Even though he is embarrassed that he behaved so badly, his father is just so happy that he came home, he hugs him and tells him everything will be okay. This makes the older brother angry; he thinks it’s not fair that his younger brother wasted so much of their father’s money. But the father tells him, “Why are you angry? I have always shared everything I have with you. Your brother was lost, but now he’s found! Let’s have a party! He’s home safe and sound!”

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If you already have the Bible App for Kids, all you need to do to get “Coming Home” is open the app and tap the new story icon. But even if you don’t have the app yet, getting it is easy — and it’s free! Just click one of the buttons below.

 



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About the Bible App for Kids

Already installed on more than 8 million devices, the Bible App for Kids comes from YouVersion, makers of the Bible App. In partnership with OneHope, the Bible App for Kids was designed specifically to provide your children with a delight-filled Bible experience all their own. Here are all the places where you can get the Bible App for Kids:

Get it now

 

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New Bible App for Kids Story: Jesus Heals the Daughter of Jairus: “Time to Get Up”

In the latest story from the Bible App for Kids, “Time to Get Up,” Jesus heals the daughter of a leader in the temple. In a story from Luke 8:40–42 and 49–56 in the New Testament, Jairus, an important leader, goes to where Jesus is teaching and asks Him if he will come and help his little girl, who is very sick at home. Jesus leaves with Jairus to go to his house and see her, but before they even get there, a man who works for Jairus meets them with sad news: “Your daughter is already dead.” Jesus tells Jairus not to be afraid, but just to believe.

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When Jesus and Jairus get to his house, the people there are very sad because Jairus’ little girl has died. Jesus tells them she’s not dead, just asleep, but they laugh at Him. Jesus goes in to see her, and he takes her mommy and daddy and three of His disciples with Him. Jesus takes her hand and says, “Wake up, little girl, and live again!”

And she does! The little girl’s mommy and daddy are surprised and happy, but Jesus tells them not to tell anyone what has happened. Then he tells them to get her something to eat.

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To get “Time to Get Up” right now, just open the Bible App for Kids and tap the new story icon. If you don’t have the Bible App for Kids yet, it’s easy to get, and it’s always free! Just click one of the buttons below.



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About the Bible App for Kids

The Bible App for Kids is the newest app from YouVersion, makers of the Bible App, designed to give children a delight-filled Bible experience all their own. Developed in partnership with OneHope, the Bible App for Kids has already been installed on over 7 million Apple, Android, and Kindle devices, and it’s always completely free. Kids from all over the world enjoy the Bible App for Kids in English, Brazilian Portuguese, Chinese, Korean, Spanish — and most recently, even in Russian!

Get it now

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