My Top 10 List of Bible Events I'd Love to See

My Top 10 List of Bible Events I’d Love to See

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This is a different kind of a post today. I sometimes let my mind wander and I got to thinking about events from the Bible that if I’d have the chance which ones I would have loved to see. Here’s my Top 10 list:

#10
I’d like to see the day Joshua prayed for the sun to stand still and he won the battle (Joshua 10:13).

#9
King Jehoshaphat had an army coming after him and he was outnumbered, he didn’t know what to do and so he prayed to God and God answered his prayer and when he went to face the enemy, he found they destroyed each other! And, they were able to bring back the spoil, it took three days to collect it all. In one day, Jehoshaphat came back victorious and rich! What a testimony! (2 Chronicles 1:20)

#8
I want to see the day Elijah’s altar was lit up when he prayed to God after challenging the people who worshiped Baal that the God of The Bible is the only living and true God (1 Kings 18:16-45).

#7
I would like to have seen all of Nineveh repent when Jonah was thrown up on dry land from being inside the big fish 3 full days because he tried to run away from God’s calling! What a revival that was! (Jonah 2 – 3)

#6
I want to see the Red Sea part and watch the Israelites walk on dry ground and the Pharaoh chasing after Moses stretched out his hand. (Exodus 14)

#5
I’d like to see how Joseph was re-united with his father and reconciled with his brothers. After all he had been through to watch how he forgave them and ended up saving his family. I’ve struggled forgiving when I’ve been mistreated, so reading how Joseph triumphed over his own feelings when he had every right to be angry and bitter is inspiring. He chose to forgive and God blessed him, his family, and Egypt. (Genesis 50)

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#4
I want to see the King’s face when Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego came out of the fiery furnace unharmed refusing to bow to Nebuchadnezzar’s golden statute. (Daniel 3:8-26)

#3
I’d like to see Jesus when he came to be baptized of John the Baptist and hear God say, “this is my beloved son, in whom I’m well pleased.” (Matthew 3:13-17)

#2
I want to see Peter’s sermon the Day of Pentecost when The Holy Ghost came and 3,000 people gave their lives and hearts to Jesus and are baptized in His name in that one day! Amazing! We can barely get a few people to agree on anything these days…so 3,000 getting saved?! WOW!!! (Acts 2)


AND LAST BUT CERTAINLY NOT LEAST… #1

I so, so WANT to see the beginning the world as God created it. The Bible says the world was without form and void. (Genesis 1)

If you could see any event from the Bible, what top 10 things would you want to see? Comment below!

Kim McDougal

Kim is the founder and creator of Growing Up in Grace. By day, she's the Director of Interactive Communications for the Hispanic chamber located in Jax, FL. Kim also owns "Kim's Studio Art" where she creates and sells Wall Art Printables and "Kim's Handcrafted Cards" on eBay where she creates and sells handmade greeting cards.

  1. Ohhh so interesting…
    I would like to see:
    -Hannah praying for a son;
    -Mary talking to the angel and seeing the Holy Spirit come upon her and her later praying, “my soul doest magnify the Lord”;
    -how the seven lamp menorah was made out of one block of gold;
    -when Ruth looked up at Boaz and said, ‘how is it that you take notice of me, a stranger’;
    -when an angel of God called to Hagar after she and Ishmael were driven away from Abraham by Sarah, and said to her: ‘What aileth thou, Hagar?’
    -when Sarah said, ‘God has made me to laugh’ when she gave birth to Isaac in her old age. I hope she had a easy birth. Wow.
    -would like to see the 12 tribes as they lined up and marched out in order when God lifted the cloud from the tabernacle and when cloud rested, they set up their tents and the tabernacle again until it was time to do it again. The fire by night would be great to see also as they traveled during the night sometimes. God provided what they needed;
    -when Aaron, the high priest, ran with censer and incense in hand to stop the plague and he stood between the living and dead of 14,700 that fell quickly. God brought the plague because He was angry because the children of Israel murmured, complained and were rebellious after so many miracles God had done for them.

    Just a few… :o)

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