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The first man in the Bible given the power to perform miracles, he led God's people out of Egypt.

His wife was Sarah; his son was Isaac.

The Bible doesn't record anything he said, but his blood cried out to God from the ground after he was murdered by his brother.

A wicked and cruel ruler, he ordered the slaughter of all young boys 2 years of age or under in Bethlehem and its surrounding areas.

This shepherd boy and son of Jesse killed a bear and a lion to protect the sheep under his care.

A faithful man, he lost his children, servants, livestock, and was struck with boils, but never turned away from God.

Who told her mother-in-law Naomi "Wherever thou goest, I wilt go..."

He briefly walked on water until he gave way to fear and doubt and began to sink.

A prophet of God, he spent three days and three nights in the belly of a huge fish.

One of the only two holy angels mentioned by name in the Bible, he told Mary that she would give birth to the son of God.

Who was the first king of Israel?

He led God's people into the Promised Land after wandering in the desert for 40 years. He and his army marched around Jericho, gave a loud cry, and brought down its walls.

He was once a fierce persecutor of Christians, but after encountering Jesus on the road to Damascus, he eventually became a zealous apostle.

He was sold into slavery by his brothers, but eventually became one of the most powerful officials in Egypt.

He was able to escape the destruction of the city where he lived, but sadly, because of her disobedience, his wife turned into a pillar of salt.

He was a beloved friend of Jesus, and when he died, Jesus went to his tomb to resurrect him.

Incredibly strong, his feats include tearing a lion apart with his bare hands, carrying city gates to the top of a mountain, and destroying the massive pillars holding up a prison house.

He and his family, along with many animals, were the only survivors of a global catastrophe.

Known for his legendary wisdom, this king built a great temple for God.

Taken to Babylon as a captive, he was thrown into a pit with lions because he violated the king's decree by praying to God. An angel kept him safe.