What's In The Bible: Heroes Of The Old Testament

Day 1 of 25

Adam was the first man. God created man to be in his image, and He walked with Adam in the Garden of Eden. God told Adam to work and keep the garden. Adam also named all of the plants and animals. But Adam needed a helper, and God made a woman named Eve. Adam and Eve enjoyed a beautiful creation and a beautiful relationship with God! Adam and Eve had a choice - they could follow God's rules, or they could choose their own way. When they were temped by the serpent to eat fruit from the tree God told them not to eat from, they chose their own way. Sin entered the world! God's beautiful creation was broken - and so was His perfect relationship with Adam and Eve. But God had a plan that was bigger than sin - He was going to rescue the whole world and make it the way it was supposed to be again. So He began to work through all kinds of people - rich, poor, faithful, sinful, willing, unwilling - and we'll learn about them through this reading plan!

To download an Adam and Eve coloring page, click here

This day’s reading

About this plan

We can learn so much from the heroes of the Bible! Some of them are unlikely heroes - ordinary people who God uses in extraordinary ways to move forward His great plan. This reading plan will uncover some of your favorite Bible characters and encourage you to see how God worked through them - and think about how God is working through you! Each day includes a Scripture reading, video, and short reflection.


We would like to thank Phil Vischer for this plan. For more information, please visit: whatsinthebible.com

KJV Listener's Bible