Relive your favorite moments with these scenes from the shows.
Get a first look at how David's journey begins.
Inspired by a letter from a friend, George Frideric Handel sets out to write a musical composition based solely upon Scripture.
The disciples recount the many times Jesus left the ninety-nine to rescue the one.
Almost 800 years ago, St. Francis began the tradition of the Nativity. Now embraced by almost every nation, this eloquent voice of Christmas beautifully illustrates the enduring truth of God becoming Man.
The Hebrew people fast and pray in preparation for Esther’s petition of the King.
Samson recognizes the Lord's mercy as his hair begins to grow back.
In 1914, on the battlefields of northern France, the message of Christmas silences the sounds of war.
In the wake of Jonah's prophecy, the people of Nineveh find joy through repentance.
After witnessing a miracle, the Israelites sing of their hope in the God who never left them.
A pastor’s poem with a schoolteacher’s melody debuts in a candlelit sanctuary at midnight.
A man rescued from demons bears witness to Jesus' relentless love in this sweeping ballad from the show.
Esther recounts the faithfulness of God after Haman’s defeat and her people’s deliverance.
Ruth chooses to leave her people and follow Naomi to Bethlehem.
After spending more than a year on the ark, Noah and his family worship on dry ground.
Joseph sings to the Lord in the midst of his imprisonment.
Jonah and a lively crew of sailors embark on a voyage toward Tarshish.
Naomi teaches Ruth and Orpah how to prepare the Passover meal.
Joseph's brothers surprise him with a heartfelt prayer before their banquet.
John sings as the disciples leave the upper room for the Garden of Gethsemane.
In the midst of uncertainty, Hadassah sings to the Lord.
Surrounded by the Philistines, Samson and his family sing a song of praise to God at his wedding.
Workers celebrate the harvest at Boaz's threshing floor.
Delilah wavers between her love for Samson and the Philistines' bribe to betray him.