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January 13, 2020

VIDEO: What happened after Jesus was arrested?

Parents and Bible class teachers, this short, animated video briefly describes the events after Jesus was arrested – who he saw and what happened. This video will help children remember the order of events with a simple, summarizing checklist at the end. Subscribe to our channel at ChristianQuestions.com/YouTube and never miss a new video.

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