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God creates the heavens and earth

God creates the universe, our world and all the life in it. (Genesis 1 - 2)

God creates the universe, our world and all the life in it.

Genesis 1 - 2

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

God creates the heavens and earth

God creates the universe, our world and all the life in it. (Genesis 1:1-31)

God creates the universe, our world and all the life in it.

Genesis 1:1-31

Contributed by Sue Bentley

Adam and Eve disobey God

Adam and Eve disobey God then hide from Him. (Genesis 2:8 - 3:24)

Adam and Eve disobey God then hide from Him.

Genesis 2:8 - 3:24

Contributed by Sue Bentley

Adam and Eve disobey God

Adam and Eve disobey God and face the consequences.  (Genesis 3)

Adam and Eve disobey God and face the consequences.

Genesis 3

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Cain and Abel

When Abel has his sacrifice accepted by God but Cain has his rejected, Cain cannot control his anger and murders his brother. (Genesis 4:1-15)

When Abel has his sacrifice accepted by God but Cain has his rejected, Cain cannot control his anger and murders his brother.

Genesis 4:1-15

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Noah and the Great Flood

Noah is instructed by God to build an ark to escape the great flood. (Genesis 6:9 - 9:17)

Noah is instructed by God to build an ark to escape the great flood.

Genesis 6:9 - 9:17

Contributed by Moody Publishers

Noah and the Ark

Free Bible illustrations at Free Bible images of Noah building the Ark and the great flood. (Genesis 6:9 - 9:17)

Noah building the Ark and the great flood.

Genesis 6:9 - 9:17

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

The Tower of Babel

Free Bible illustrations at Free Bible images of The Tower of Babel. (Genesis 11:1-9)

The Tower of Babel.

Genesis 11:1-9

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Abram (Abraham) moves to Canaan

Free Bible illustrations at Free Bible images of Abram (later called Abraham) being called by God to move to the land of Canaan and his later trip to Egypt when famine hit the land. (Genesis 11:27 - 13:4)

Abraham is called by God to move to the land of Canaan.

Genesis 11:27 - 13:4

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

God tells Abraham to live in Canaan

God tells Abram to live in Cannaan where he will become the father of a great nation. (Genesis 12:1-8)

God tells Abram to live in Cannaan where he will become the father of a great nation.

Genesis 12:1-8

Contributed by Andrea Rau

Abraham travels to Egypt

When Abram deceives Pharaoh it causes all kinds of trouble. (Genesis 12:10-20)

When Abram deceives Pharaoh it causes all kinds of trouble.

Genesis 12:10-20

Contributed by Andrea Rau

Abram (Abraham) and Lot separate

Free Bible illustrations at Free Bible images of Abram (later called Abraham) and Lot sorting out a dispute over grazing land by choosing new places in Canaan to live. Lot is given first choice. (Genesis 13)

Abraham and Lot sort out a dispute over grazing land by choosing new places in Canaan to live.

Genesis 13

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Abram and Lot decide to part

Lot chooses to live in the wicked city of Sodom while Abram moves to Hebron. (Genesis 13:1-18)

Lot chooses to live in the wicked city of Sodom while Abram moves to Hebron.

Genesis 13:1-18

Contributed by Andrea Rau

Abraham rescues Lot

When Lot is taken prisoner Abram rescues him. (Genesis 14:1-24)

When Lot is taken prisoner Abram rescues him.

Genesis 14:1-24

Contributed by Andrea Rau

Abram, Hagar and Ishmael

When Sarai offers Hagar to bear children for Abram it causes problems. (Genesis 15-16)

When Sarai offers Hagar to bear children for Abram it causes problems.

Genesis 15-16

Contributed by Andrea Rau

God's promise to Abraham

Free Bible illustrations at Free Bible images of God's promise to Abram (Abraham) to make him the father of a great nation. (Genesis 15)

God's promise to Abram (Abraham) to make him the father of a great nation.

Genesis 15

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Hagar and Ishmael

Free Bible illustrations at Free Bible images of a son, Ishmael born to Abram (Abraham) by Hagar. (Genesis 16)

Ishmael is born to Abram (Abraham) by Hagar.

Genesis 16

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Abraham and the three strangers

Free Bible illustrations at Free Bible images of Abraham entertaining three strangers and pleading with the Lord over the impending destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah. (Genesis 18)

Abraham entertains three strangers and pleads with the Lord over the impending destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah.

Genesis 18

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Sarah - the woman who laughed

Sarah laughs mockingly when three strangers tell her husband Abraham that they will have a son. (Genesis 18:1-15, 21:1-7)

Sarah laughs mockingly when three strangers tell her husband Abraham that they will have a son.

Genesis 18:1-15, 21:1-7

Contributed by Richard Gunther

Sodom & Gomorrah destroyed

Free Bible illustrations at Free Bible images of Lot's rescue as Sodom and Gomorrah are destroyed. (Genesis 19:1-29)

Lot's rescue as Sodom and Gomorrah are destroyed.

Genesis 19:1-29

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Abraham and Isaac

Free Bible illustrations at Free Bible images of the miraculous birth of Isaac to Abraham and Sarah and how God tested Abraham's faith. (Genesis 21:1-7, 22:1-19)

The miraculous birth of Isaac to Abraham and Sarah and how God tested Abraham's faith.

Genesis 21:1-7, 22:1-19

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Abraham and Isaac

Abraham has the faith to believe that God will find a sacrifice to replace Isaac. (Genesis 22:1-19)

Abraham has the faith to believe that God will find a sacrifice to replace Isaac.

Genesis 22:1-19

Contributed by Richard Gunther

A wife for Isaac

Abraham sends his servant to find a wife for Isaac. (Genesis 24:1-66)

Abraham sends his servant to find a wife for Isaac.

Genesis 24:1-66

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Finding a wife for Isaac

Abraham sends his servant to find a wife for Isaac. (Genesis 24:1-66)

Abraham sends his servant to find a wife for Isaac.

Genesis 24:1-66

Esau sells his birthright to Jacob

A famished Esau sells his birthright to get a bowl of lentil stew. (Genesis 25:19-34)

A famished Esau sells his birthright to get a bowl of lentil stew.

Genesis 25:19-34

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Jacob deceives Isaac

Jacob deceives Isaac into giving him Esau's blessing. (Genesis 27:1-28:5)

Jacob deceives Isaac into giving him Esau's blessing.

Genesis 27:1-28:5

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

God speaks to Jacob in a dream

God speaks to Jacob in a dream. (Genesis 28:1-22)

God speaks to Jacob in a dream.

Genesis 28:1-22

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Jacob is deceived at his wedding

Jacob is deceived by Laban into marrying Leah instead of Rachel. (Genesis 29:1-35)

Jacob is deceived by Laban into marrying Leah instead of Rachel.

Genesis 29:1-35

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Jacob returns to Canaan

Jacob returns to Canaan but Laban chases after him. (Genesis 30:1 - 31:55)

Jacob returns to Canaan but Laban chases after him.

Genesis 30:1 - 31:55

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Jacob and Esau are reunited

Jacob wrestles with a stranger then faces a meeting with Esau.  (Genesis 32:1 - 35:28)

Jacob wrestles with a stranger then faces a meeting with Esau.

Genesis 32:1 - 35:28

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Joseph and his dreams

Joseph's brothers become jealous of his coat, annoyed by his dreams and decide to sell him into slavery. (Genesis 37:1-10)

Joseph's brothers become jealous of his coat, annoyed by his dreams and decide to sell him into slavery.

Genesis 37:1-10

Contributed by Sue Bentley

Joseph and his dreams

When Joseph is given an ornamental robe then dreams about his family bowing to him, his brothers become angry. (Genesis 37:1-11)

When Joseph is given an ornamental robe then dreams about his family bowing to him, his brothers become angry.

Genesis 37:1-11

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Joseph thrown in a pit

Joseph is sold into slavery by his brothers for 20 pieces of silver. (Genesis 37:12-36)

Joseph is sold into slavery by his brothers for 20 pieces of silver.

Genesis 37:12-36

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Joseph the prisoner

Joseph is sold as a slave in Egypt, falsely accused, imprisoned and then interprets Pharaoh's dreams. (Genesis 39 - 41)

Joseph is sold as a slave in Egypt, falsely accused, imprisoned and then interprets Pharaoh's dreams.

Genesis 39 - 41

Contributed by Sue Bentley

Joseph put in prison

Potiphar puts Joseph in charge of his house but then jails him after his wife makes false accusations. (Genesis 39:1-20)

Potiphar puts Joseph in charge of his house but then jails him after his wife makes false accusations.

Genesis 39:1-20

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Dreams of the Baker and Cupbearer

When Pharaoh's baker and cup bearer are imprisoned, Joseph interprets their dreams. (Genesis 40:1-23)

When Pharaoh's baker and cup bearer are imprisoned, Joseph interprets their dreams.

Genesis 40:1-23

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Joseph: Pharaoh's Dreams

When Pharaoh has two disturbing dreams, Joseph is released from prison to interpret them. (Genesis 41:1-26)

When Pharaoh has two disturbing dreams, Joseph is released from prison to interpret them.

Genesis 41:1-26

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Joseph meets his brothers

When Joseph's brothers visit Egypt to buy grain they do not know they are speaking to their missing brother, Joseph. (Genesis 41:41 - 42:38)

When Joseph's brothers visit Egypt to buy grain they do not know they are speaking to their missing brother, Joseph.

Genesis 41:41 - 42:38

Contributed by Sue Bentley

Joseph rules in Egypt

Joseph rules in Egypt, storing the surplus grain in the 7 years of plenty so that there is grain when the 7 years of famine arrive. (Genesis 41:47-57)

Joseph rules in Egypt, storing the surplus grain in the 7 years of plenty so that there is grain when the 7 years of famine arrive.

Genesis 41:47-57

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Joseph's brothers visit Egypt

Jacob sends his sons, except Benjamin, down to Egypt to buy grain and they appear before Joseph whom they do not recognise. (Genesis 42:1-38)

Jacob sends his sons, except Benjamin, down to Egypt to buy grain and they appear before Joseph whom they do not recognise.

Genesis 42:1-38

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Joseph is reunited with his family

Joseph is reunited with his brothers and his father Jacob who had been told Joseph was dead. (Genesis 43-46)

Joseph is reunited with his brothers and his father Jacob who had been told Joseph was dead.

Genesis 43-46

Contributed by Sue Bentley

Joseph reunited with his family

When his brothers return to Egypt for more grain, Joseph reveals his identity to them. (Genesis 43-46)

When his brothers return to Egypt for more grain, Joseph reveals his identity to them.

Genesis 43-46

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Moses: River Nile to Red Sea

Moses learns to put his trust in God. (Exodus 1-3, 14)

Moses learns to put his trust in God.

Exodus 1-3, 14

Contributed by Rev. Henry Martin

Baby Moses

Free Bible illustrations at Free Bible images of Baby Moses rescued from Pharaoh's death sentence. (Exodus 1:8 - 2:10)

Baby Moses is rescued from Pharaoh's death sentence.

Exodus 1:8 - 2:10

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Jochebed - the brave mother of Moses

Jochebed hides her baby from the Egyptians, but a princess discovers the baby and names him Moses. (Exodus 2:1-10)

Jochebed hides her baby from the Egyptians, but a princess discovers the baby and names him Moses.

Exodus 2:1-10

Contributed by Lambsongs: Jill Kemp and Richard Gunther

Baby Moses is safe

Baby Moses is hidden in a basket in the bulrushes but is discovered by an Egyptian Princess. (Exodus 2:1-10)

Baby Moses is hidden in a basket in the bulrushes but is discovered by an Egyptian Princess.

Exodus 2:1-10

Contributed by Lambsongs: Jill Kemp and Richard Gunther

Moses Prince of Egypt

Free Bible illustrations at Free Bible images of Moses Prince of Egypt. (Exodus 2:11-23)

Moses as the Prince of Egypt.

Exodus 2:11-23

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Moses and the Burning Bush

Free Bible illustrations at Free Bible images of Moses and the Burning Bush. (Exodus 3 - 4)

Moses and the Burning Bush.

Exodus 3 - 4

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Moses goes to Pharaoh

Free Bible illustrations at Free Bible images of Moses and Aaron going to Pharaoh. (Exodus 4:29 - 7:16)

Moses and Aaron go to Pharaoh.

Exodus 4:29 - 7:16

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Moses and the Red Sea

God opens a path through the Red Sea for Moses and His People to escape from the Egyptians. (Exodus 5 - 14)

God opens a path through the Red Sea for Moses and His People to escape from the Egyptians.

Exodus 5 - 14

Contributed by Moody Publishers

Moses and the ten plagues - part 1

God sends the first four of ten plagues on the Egyptians when Pharaoh refuses to let His people go. (Exodus 7-9)

God sends the first four of ten plagues on the Egyptians when Pharaoh refuses to let His people go.

Exodus 7-9

Contributed by Lambsongs: Jill Kemp and Richard Gunther

Moses and the Plagues - part 1

Free Bible illustrations at Free Bible images of Moses and the first seven plagues God sent on Egypt. (Exodus 7 - 9)

Moses and the first seven plagues God sent on Egypt.

Exodus 7 - 9

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Moses and the ten plagues - part 2

God sends the last six of ten plagues on the Egyptians when Pharaoh refuses to let His people go. (Exodus 7-12)

God sends the last six of ten plagues on the Egyptians when Pharaoh refuses to let His people go.

Exodus 7-12

Contributed by Lambsongs: Jill Kemp and Richard Gunther

Moses and the Plagues - part 2

Free Bible illustrations at Free Bible images of Moses and the final three plagues God sent on Egypt. (Exodus 10 - 12)

Moses and the final three plagues God sent on Egypt.

Exodus 10 - 12

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

The Passover

God gives instructions to the Hebrew slaves how they can be saved from the coming destruction. (Exodus 12:1-30)

God gives instructions to the Hebrew slaves how they can be saved from the coming destruction.

Exodus 12:1-30

Contributed by Lambsongs: Jill Kemp and Richard Gunther

Moses: Red Sea Crossing

Free Bible illustrations at Free Bible images of Moses and the Red Sea crossing. (Exodus 13:7 - 15:21)

Moses and the Red Sea crossing.

Exodus 13:7 - 15:21

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Follow the cloud

The Israelites follow a cloud by day and a pillar of fire at night as they head towards the Promised Land. (Exodus 13:21-22)

The Israelites follow a cloud by day and a pillar of fire at night as they head towards the Promised Land.

Exodus 13:21-22

Contributed by Lambsongs: Jill Kemp and Richard Gunther

Moses: Food & Water in the Desert

Free Bible illustrations at Free Bible images of Moses and how God provided food and water in the desert. (Exodus 15:22 - 17:7)

Moses and how God provided food and water in the desert.

Exodus 15:22 - 17:7

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Moses: Battle with the Amalekites

Free Bible illustrations at Free Bible images of the Israelites' struggle against the Amalekites as Moses prays. (Exodus 17:18-16)

The Israelites struggle against the Amalekites as Moses prays.

Exodus 17:18-16

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Moses at Mount Sinai

Free Bible illustrations at Free Bible images of Moses on Mount Sinai receiving the 10 Commandments and other laws from God. (Exodus 19 - 24)

Moses on Mount Sinai receiving the 10 Commandments and other laws from God.

Exodus 19 - 24

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Moses and the Ten Commandments

God announces the Ten Commandments on Mount Sinai.  (Exodus 19 - 20, 32, 34)

God announces the Ten Commandments on Mount Sinai.

Exodus 19 - 20, 32, 34

Contributed by Moody Publishers

The Tabernacle

The Tabernacle building and its furnishings. (Exodus 25-40)

The Tabernacle building and its furnishings.

Exodus 25-40

Contributed by Rev. Yves Langevin

Moses and the Tabernacle

Free Bible illustrations at Free Bible images of Moses and the building of the Tabernacle. (Exodus 25 - 40)

Moses and the building of the Tabernacle.

Exodus 25 - 40

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Moses and the Golden Calf

Free Bible illustrations at Free Bible images of Moses and the golden calf. (Exodus 32)

Moses and the golden calf.

Exodus 32

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Twelve spies sent into Canaan

Twelve spies sent into Canaan report back. (Numbers 13:1-14:45)

Twelve spies sent into Canaan report back.

Numbers 13:1-14:45

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Moses and the serpent of brass

Moses erects a serpent of brass to save the rebellious Israelites dying from snake bites. (Numbers 13:26 - 14:45, 20:1 - 21:8 )

Moses erects a serpent of brass to save the rebellious Israelites dying from snake bites.

Numbers 13:26 - 14:45, 20:1 - 21:8

Contributed by Moody Publishers

Balaam and his donkey

As Balaam travels to curse the Israelites God intervenes and Balaam's donkey has something to say. (Numbers 22-24)

As Balaam travels to curse the Israelites God intervenes and Balaam's donkey has something to say.

Numbers 22-24

Contributed by Richard Gunther

Balaam and his donkey

Balaam is annoyed by his donkey's behaviour, then astonished when the animal speaks to him. (Numbers 22-24)

Balaam is annoyed by his donkey's behaviour, then astonished when the animal speaks to him.

Numbers 22-24

Contributed by Jack Foster – Mr BibleHead

Moses dies and Joshua becomes leader

Moses see the Promised Land then dies and Joshua takes command. (Deuteronomy 31-34, Joshua 1:1-9)

Moses see the Promised Land then dies and Joshua takes command.

Deuteronomy 31-34, Joshua 1:1-9

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

The spies and Rahab

Free Bible illustrations at Free Bible images of Joshua sending two spies into Jericho and the part Rahab played in helping them. (Joshua 2:1-24)

Joshua sending two spies into Jericho and the part Rahab played in helping them.

Joshua 2:1-24

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Crossing the Jordan

Free Bible illustrations at Free Bible images of Joshua asking the priests, carrying the Ark of the Covenant, to enter the flooded River Jordan and the miraculous crossing that followed. (Joshua 3:1 - 4:24)

Joshua asking the priests, carrying the Ark of the Covenant, to enter the flooded River Jordan and the miraculous crossing that followed.

Joshua 3:1 - 4:24

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Walls of Jericho

God tests Joshua's faith with His battle instructions for taking the city of Jericho. (Joshua 5:13-6:27)

God tests Joshua's faith with His battle instructions for taking the city of Jericho.

Joshua 5:13-6:27

Contributed by Moody Publishers

Joshua and Jericho

Free Bible illustrations at Free Bible images of Joshua following God's battle plan for taking the city of Jericho. (Joshua 6:1-27)

Joshua follows God's battle plan for taking the city of Jericho.

Joshua 6:1-27

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Achan disobeys and brings defeat

Achan disobeys and the army are defeated at Ai. (Joshua 7:1-26)

Achan disobeys and the army are defeated at Ai.

Joshua 7:1-26

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Joshua: The second attack on Ai

Joshua sets an ambush to conquer Ai . (Joshua 8:1-35)

Joshua sets an ambush to conquer Ai .

Joshua 8:1-35

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

The Gibeonites deceive Joshua

Joshua is deceived into making a treaty with the Gibeonites. (Joshua 9:1-27)

Joshua is deceived into making a treaty with the Gibeonites.

Joshua 9:1-27

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Joshua prays for the sun to stand still

Joshua prays for more daylight to win the battle. (Joshua 10:1-43)

Joshua prays for more daylight to win the battle.

Joshua 10:1-43

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

The altar of witness

When the tribes east of the River Jordan build an altar it nearly causes war. (Joshua 18:1 - 22:34)

When the tribes east of the River Jordan build an altar it nearly causes war.

Joshua 18:1 - 22:34

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Joshua's final challenge

Before he dies, Joshua challenges the 12 tribes to obey God (Joshua 23:1 - 24:33)

Before he dies, Joshua challenges the 12 tribes to obey God

Joshua 23:1 - 24:33

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Ehud and King Eglon

Ehud, the left-handed assassin, who delivered the Israelites from the Moabites. (Judges 3:12-30)

Ehud, the left-handed assassin, who delivered the Israelites from the Moabites.

Judges 3:12-30

Contributed by Richard Gunther

Deborah the judge

God raises a woman judge, Deborah, to lead His people to victory. (Judges 4-5)

God raises a woman judge, Deborah, to lead His people to victory.

Judges 4-5

Contributed by YoMinistry.com

Deborah and Barak go into battle

Deborah tells Barak to go into battle against Sisera and his 900 chariots as God will give him victory but he insists Deborah goes with him. (Judges 4-5)

Deborah tells Barak to go into battle against Sisera and his 900 chariots as God will give him victory but he insists Deborah goes with him.

Judges 4-5

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Deborah and Barak

Deborah has the faith to trust God for victory over the invading enemy army lead by Sisera. (Judges 4)

Deborah has the faith to trust God for victory over the invading enemy army lead by Sisera.

Judges 4

Contributed by Lambsongs: Jill Kemp and Richard Gunther

Gideon and the Midianite army

Gideon trusts in God and defeats the Midianites with just 300 men. (Judges 6 - 7)

Gideon trusts in God and defeats the Midianites with just 300 men.

Judges 6 - 7

Contributed by Moody Publishers

God raises up Gideon

Gideon asks for a sign that God will help him fight the Midianites. (Judges 6:1-40)

Gideon asks for a sign that God will help him fight the Midianites.

Judges 6:1-40

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Gideon's battle with the Midianites

Gideon takes on the Midianites with just 300 men. (Judges 7:1-25)

Gideon takes on the Midianites with just 300 men.

Judges 7:1-25

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Gideon pursues the Midianites

Gideon persues the fleeing Midianites. (Judges 8:1-35)

Gideon persues the fleeing Midianites.

Judges 8:1-35

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Samson sets a riddle

Samson sets a riddle for his wedding guests. (Judges 13:1-14:20)

Samson sets a riddle for his wedding guests.

Judges 13:1-14:20

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Samson attacks the Philistines

Samson shows his strength against the Philistines, (Judges 15:1-20)

Samson shows his strength against the Philistines.

Judges 15:1-20

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

The secret of Samson's strength is revealed

Samson in a moment of weakness shares the secret of his strength. (Judges 16:4-31)

Samson in a moment of weakness shares the secret of his strength.

Judges 16:4-31

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

The story of Ruth - part 1

When famine hits Bethlehem, Elimelek and Naomi take their two sons, Mahlon and Kilion to live in Moab. One of the sons marries Ruth, a Moabite. (Ruth 1)

When famine hits Bethlehem, Elimelek and Naomi take their two sons, Mahlon and Kilion to live in Moab. One of the sons marries Ruth, a Moabite.

Ruth 1

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

The story of Ruth - part 2

On returning to Bethlehem, Ruth goes gathering grain in the fields of Boaz who protects and provides for her. (Ruth 2)

On returning to Bethlehem, Ruth goes gathering grain in the fields of Boaz who protects and provides for her.

Ruth 2

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

The story of Ruth - part 3

Boaz takes on the responsibility of a guardian-redeemer and marries Ruth. (Ruth 3 - 4)

Boaz takes on the responsibility of a guardian-redeemer and marries Ruth.

Ruth 3 - 4

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

The Ark is captured

When the disobedient Israelites take the Ark into battle it is captured by the Philistines. (1 Samuel 1-7)

When the disobedient Israelites take the Ark into battle it is captured by the Philistines.

1 Samuel 1-7

Contributed by Jack Foster – Mr BibleHead

The call of Samuel

God chooses to speak to the nation of Israel through a young boy. (1 Samuel 1-3)

God chooses to speak to the nation of Israel through a young boy.

1 Samuel 1-3

Contributed by Moody Publishers

Samuel is born

When Hannah prays for a child she promises she will give him back to God. (1 Samuel 1:1-28)

When Hannah prays for a child she promises she will give him back to God.

1 Samuel 1:1-28

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

God speaks to young Samuel

Young Samuel thinks Eli is calling him but it is God's voice he hears in the night. (1 Samuel 2:1-4:22)

Young Samuel thinks Eli is calling him but it is God's voice he hears in the night.

1 Samuel 2:1-4:22

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Saul becomes king

Samuel anoints Saul as King but later has to warn the king about his disobedience. (1 Samuel 8-15)

Samuel anoints Saul as King but later has to warn the king about his disobedience.

1 Samuel 8-15

Contributed by Jack Foster – Mr BibleHead

Samuel anoints Saul as King

Samuel anoints Saul as the first King of Israel. (1 Samuel 8:1-10:27)

Samuel anoints Saul as the first King of Israel.

1 Samuel 8:1-10:27

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

King Saul attacks the Amalekites

King Saul defeats the Amalekites but disobeys God's command. (1 Samuel 15:1-35)

King Saul defeats the Amalekites but disobeys God's command.

1 Samuel 15:1-35

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Samuel anoints David to be King

Free Bible illustrations at Free Bible images of the Prophet Samuel anointing Jesse's youngest son, David, as the next King of Israel. (1 Samuel 16:1-23)

The Prophet Samuel anoints Jesse's youngest son, David, as the next King of Israel

1 Samuel 16:1-23

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

David is brave (David and Goliath)

David trusts in God and goes out to fight the giant Goliath. (1 Samuel 17)

David trusts in God and goes out to fight the giant Goliath.

1 Samuel 17

Contributed by Lambsongs: Jill Kemp and Richard Gunther

David and Goliath

Free Bible illustrations at Free Bible images of young David, believing God will bring him victory, taking on the Philistine giant Goliath. (1 Samuel 17:1-58)

The young David, believing God will bring him victory, takes on the Philistine giant Goliath.

1 Samuel 17:1-58

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Jonathan and David promise friendship

Jonathan and David promise loyalty and friendship. (1 Samuel 18:1-20:42)

Jonathan and David promise loyalty and friendship.

1 Samuel 18:1-20:42

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

David spares King Saul's life

David spares King Saul's life. (1 Samuel 22:1-2, 23:1 - 24:22)

David spares King Saul's life.

1 Samuel 22:1-2, 23:1 - 24:22

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

King Saul's last days

Saul disobeys God and foolishly consults a witch before his final battle. (1 Samuel 28:31, 2 Samuel 1:1-2:7)

Saul disobeys God and foolishly consults a witch before his final battle.

1 Samuel 28:31, 2 Samuel 1:1-2:7

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

King David brings the Ark to Jerusalem

David's first attempt to bring the ark to Jerusalem ends in disaster but then he does it God's way. (2 Samuel 5:1 - 6:23, 1 Chronicles 11, 13, 15)

David's first attempt to bring the ark to Jerusalem ends in disaster but then he does it God's way.

2 Samuel 5:1 - 6:23, 1 Chronicles 11, 13, 15

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

David shows kindness to Mephibosheth

David shows kindness to Mephibosheth the disabled son of Jonathan. (2 Samuel 9:1-13)

David shows kindness to Mephibosheth the disabled son of Jonathan.

2 Samuel 9:1-13

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

David battles with the Ammonites

When David's messengers are humiliated by the Ammonites battle commences. (2 Samuel 10:1-19)

When David's messengers are humiliated by the Ammonites battle commences.

2 Samuel 10:1-19

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

David, Bathsheba and Nathan's parable

Nathan the prophet confronts David after he commits adultery and murder. (2 Samuel 11:1-12:25)

Nathan the prophet confronts David after he commits adultery and murder.

2 Samuel 11:1-12:25

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Absalom rebels against King David

Absalom leads a rebellion against King David. (2 Samuel 15:1 - 18:33)

Absalom leads a rebellion against King David.

2 Samuel 15:1 - 18:33

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

The wisdom of Solomon

Solomon asks God for wisdom. (1 Kings 1-10, 2 Chronicles 1-9)

Solomon asks God for wisdom.

1 Kings 1-10, 2 Chronicles 1-9

Contributed by Moody Publishers

Solomon is crowned king

Adonijah plots to become king but David chooses Solomon to succeed him. (1 Kings 1 - 2)

Adonijah plots to become king but David chooses Solomon to succeed him.

1 Kings 1 - 2

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

God gives Solomon wisdom

Solomon shows God-given wisdom in a dispute where two mothers claim the same baby. (1 Kings 3, 1 Chronicles 1)

Solomon shows God-given wisdom in a dispute where two mothers claim the same baby.

1 Kings 3, 1 Chronicles 1

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

King Solomon builds the Temple

King Solomon builds the temple that King David had planned. (1 Kings 5 - 9, 2 Chronicles 2 - 7)

King Solomon builds the temple that King David had planned.

1 Kings 5 - 9, 2 Chronicles 2 - 7

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Rehoboam and Jeroboam: The Kingdom divides

When Rehoboam becomes King, ten tribes rebel and choose Jeroboam to rule over them. (1 Kings 11-12, 2 Chronicles 9:29 - 11:4)

When Rehoboam becomes King, ten tribes rebel and choose Jeroboam to rule over them.

1 Kings 11-12, 2 Chronicles 9:29 - 11:4

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

King Asa trusts God for victory and peace

King Asa asks God for help when the Cushites attack. (1 Kings 15:9-15, 2 Chronicles 14:1-15:19)

King Asa asks God for help when the Cushites attack.

1 Kings 15:9-15, 2 Chronicles 14:1-15:19

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

King Asa fails to trust God and faces conflict

King Asa tries to buy support instead of trusting God. (1 Kings 15:16-24, 2 Chronicles 16:1-13)

King Asa tries to buy support instead of trusting God.

1 Kings 15:16-24, 2 Chronicles 16:1-13

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Elijah and the prophets of Baal

Elijah has a contest with the prophets of Baal on Mount Carmel. (1 Kings 16:29 - 17:1, 18:1-46)

Elijah has a contest with the prophets of Baal on Mount Carmel.

1 Kings 16:29 - 17:1, 18:1-46

Contributed by Moody Publishers

Ravens fed Elijah

Ravens feed Elijah as he hides from King Ahab in the Kerith ravine. (1 Kings 17:1-9)

Ravens feed Elijah as he hides from King Ahab in the Kerith ravine.

1 Kings 17:1-9

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Elijah and the ravens

God looks after Elijah by sending ravens with food for him. (1 Kings 17:1-7)

God looks after Elijah by sending ravens with food for him.

1 Kings 17:1-7

Contributed by Lambsongs: Jill Kemp and Richard Gunther

Elijah and the widow of Zarephath

God provides a widow with oil and flour to feed Elijah then, when her son dies, raises him back to life. (1 Kings 17:7-18:1)

God provides a widow with oil and flour to feed Elijah then, when her son dies, raises him back to life.

1 Kings 17:7-18:1

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Elijah and the widow

Elijah, a widow and her son trust God to provide them with flour and oil. (1 Kings 17:8-24)

Elijah, a widow and her son trust God to provide them with flour and oil.

1 Kings 17:8-24

Contributed by Lambsongs: Jill Kemp and Richard Gunther

Elijah and the prophets of Baal

Elijah invites the prophets of Baal to a contest on Mount Carmel. (1 Kings 18:1-40)

Elijah invites the prophets of Baal to a contest on Mount Carmel.

1 Kings 18:1-40

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Elijah and the prophets of Baal

Elijah's contest with the prophets of Baal (1 Kings 18:16-46)

Elijah's contest with the prophets of Baal

1 Kings 18:16-46

Contributed by Lambsongs: Jill Kemp and Richard Gunther

Elijah prays for rain

Elijah prays seven times for God to send rain. (1 Kings 18:41-46)

Elijah prays seven times for God to send rain.

1 Kings 18:41-46

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Elijah anoints Elisha

 Elijah anoints Elisha to succeed him as God requested. (1 Kings 19:16, 19-21)

Elijah anoints Elisha to succeed him as God requested.

1 Kings 19:16, 19-21

Contributed by Arabs for Christ

Ahab - the pouting king

King Ahab sulks when he can't buy Naboth's vineyard. Queen Jezebel plots to kill Naboth. Elijah arrives with God's judgement. (1 Kings 21:1-21)

King Ahab sulks when he can't buy Naboth's vineyard. Queen Jezebel plots to kill Naboth. Elijah arrives with God's judgement.

1 Kings 21:1-21

Contributed by Moody Publishers

King Ahab, Jezebel and Naboth's vineyard

King Ahab wants Naboth's vineyard and his wife Jezebel schemes to get it for him. (1 Kings 21:1-29)

King Ahab wants Naboth's vineyard and his wife Jezebel schemes to get it for him.

1 Kings 21:1-29

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Jehoshaphat and Ahab ignore God's message

Jehoshaphat acts on the advice of false prophets rather than the warning from a prophet of God. (1 Kings 22:1-40, 2 Chronicles 18:1-34)

Jehoshaphat acts on the advice of false prophets rather than the warning from a prophet of God.

1 Kings 22:1-40, 2 Chronicles 18:1-34

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

King Jehoshaphat sets out to obey God

King Jehoshaphat encourages the nation to live by God's laws. (1 Kings 22:41-47, 2 Chronicles 17:1-19)

King Jehoshaphat encourages the nation to live by God's laws.

1 Kings 22:41-47, 2 Chronicles 17:1-19

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

King Ahaziah, Elijah and fire from heaven

When King Ahaziah seeks guidance from a false god, God sends Elijah to intervene. (2 Kings 1:1-18)

When King Ahaziah seeks guidance from a false god, God sends Elijah to intervene.

2 Kings 1:1-18

Contributed by Arabs for Christ

King Ahaziah tries to arrest Elijah

How not to arrest a prophet. (2 Kings 1:1-18)

How not to arrest a prophet.

2 Kings 1:1-18

Contributed by Richard Gunther

Elijah and the chariot of fire

Elijah is taken up to heaven in a fiery chariot and his mantle falls to Elisha. (2 Kings 2:1-17)

Elijah is taken up to heaven in a fiery chariot and his mantle falls to Elisha.

2 Kings 2:1-17

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Elisha takes over from Elijah

Elijah is taken up into heaven and the mantle falls to Elisha. (2 Kings 2:1-18)

Elijah is taken up into heaven and the mantle falls to Elisha.

2 Kings 2:1-18

Contributed by Richard Gunther

Elijah and Elisha

Elijah is taken up to heaven and Elisha takes over. (2 Kings 2:1-14)

Elijah is taken up to heaven and Elisha takes over.

2 Kings 2:1-14

Contributed by Lambsongs: Jill Kemp and Richard Gunther

Elisha and the bears

Two bears come to Elisha's rescue when he is threatened by a gang of mocking youths. (2 Kings 2:23-25)

Two bears come to Elisha's rescue when he is threatened by a gang of mocking youths.

2 Kings 2:23-25

Contributed by Richard Gunther

Elisha and the widow's oil

When a widow is in debt, Elisha tells her what God wants her to do. (2 Kings 4:1-7)

When a widow is in debt, Elisha tells her what God wants her to do.

2 Kings 4:1-7

Contributed by Richard Gunther

Elisha and the oil that never ran out

God helps a widow by giving her a miraculous supply of oil. (2 Kings 4:1-7)

God helps a widow by giving her a miraculous supply of oil.

2 Kings 4:1-7

Contributed by Lambsongs: Jill Kemp and Richard Gunther

Elisha: A dead boy raised to life

Elisha prays and a dead boy comes back to life. (2 Kings 4:8-37)

Elisha prays and a dead boy comes back to life.

2 Kings 4:8-37

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Elisha and the kind woman - part 1

When a woman and her husband offer Elisha hospitality they miraculously have a son. (2 Kings 4:8-17)

When a woman and her husband offer Elisha hospitality they miraculously have a son.

2 Kings 4:8-17

Contributed by Richard Gunther

Elisha and the kind woman - part 2

When a kind woman's son dies Elisha trusts God to bring him back to life. (2 Kings 4:18-37)

When a kind woman's son dies Elisha trusts God to bring him back to life.

2 Kings 4:18-37

Contributed by Richard Gunther

Naaman

When a Syrian General, Naaman, has leprosy, a captured servant girl advises him to find help from God. (2 Kings 5:1-16)

When a Syrian General, Naaman, has leprosy, a captured servant girl advises him to find help from God.

2 Kings 5:1-16

Contributed by Moody Publishers

Elisha and Naaman - part 1

When Naaman has leprosy, a Jewish slave girl tells him that God can heal him. (2 Kings 5:1-12)

When Naaman has leprosy, a Jewish slave girl tells him that God can heal him.

2 Kings 5:1-12

Contributed by Richard Gunther

Naaman, the army general with leprosy

Naaman, the army general of the king of Aram, is advised by a young Jewish girl to go to the prophet Elisha for healing of his leprosy. (2 Kings 5:1-27)

Naaman, the army general of the king of Aram, is advised by a young Jewish girl to go to the prophet Elisha for healing of his leprosy.

2 Kings 5:1-27

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Elisha and Naaman - part 2

Naaman washes seven times in the River Jordan. (2 Kings 5:13-27)

Naaman washes seven times in the River Jordan.

2 Kings 5:13-27

Contributed by Richard Gunther

Elisha and the army of fire - part 1

When the King of Syria learns God is telling Elisha his battle plans, he sends an army to capture the prophet. (2 Kings 6:8-18)

When the King of Syria learns God is telling Elisha his battle plans, he sends an army to capture the prophet.

2 Kings 6:8-18

Contributed by Richard Gunther

Elisha and the Syrian army

When Elisha is surrounded by the Syrian army, God's army comes to his rescue. (2 Kings 6:8-23)

When Elisha is surrounded by the Syrian army, God's army comes to his rescue.

2 Kings 6:8-23

Contributed by Moody Publishers

Elisha shows mercy to his enemies

When God allows Elisha to capture his enemies he feeds them then sets them free. (2 Kings 6:8-23)

When God allows Elisha to capture his enemies he feeds them then sets them free.

2 Kings 6:8-23

Contributed by Arabs for Christ

Elisha and the army of fire - part 2

When God delivers the Syrian army into the control of Elisha by making them blind, the prophet shows mercy. (2 Kings 6:18-23)

When God delivers the Syrian army into the control of Elisha by making them blind, the prophet shows mercy.

2 Kings 6:18-23

Contributed by Richard Gunther

Elisha and the siege of Samaria

The King wants to execute Elisha when Samaria is under siege. (2 Kings 6:24-7:20)

The King wants to execute Elisha when Samaria is under siege.

2 Kings 6:24-7:20

Contributed by Arabs for Christ

Elisha and the siege of Samaria - part 1

When the Syrian army besieges Samaria and its inhabitants are starving, King Jehoram blames Elisha. The prophet claims there will be plenty of food the next day. (2 Kings 6:24 - 7:2)

When the Syrian army besieges Samaria and its inhabitants are starving, King Jehoram blames Elisha. The prophet claims there will be plenty of food the next day.

2 Kings 6:24 - 7:2

Contributed by Richard Gunther

Elisha and the siege of Samaria - part 2

God delivers the city of Samaria from the Syrians and fulfils every word of Elisha's prophecy. (2 Kings 7:3-20)

God delivers the city of Samaria from the Syrians and fulfils every word of Elisha's prophecy.

2 Kings 7:3-20

Contributed by Richard Gunther

Joash the boy king

Joash becomes king of Judah at the age of seven with the help of Jehoiada the priest. (2 Kings 11:1 - 12:21)

Joash becomes king of Judah at the age of seven with the help of Jehoiada the priest.

2 Kings 11:1 - 12:21

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

King Hezekiah and the Assyrian invasion

King Hezekiah turns people back to God and prays for deliverance when the Assyrians invade. (2 Kings 18-19, 2 Chronicles 29 - 32:23, Isaiah 36 - 37)

King Hezekiah turns people back to God and prays for deliverance when the Assyrians invade.

2 Kings 18-19, 2 Chronicles 29 - 32:23, Isaiah 36 - 37

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Hezekiah and the sundial

King Hezekiah asks God to make the shadow of his sundial go backwards as a sign God will heal him. (2 Kings 20: 1-11, Isaiah 38:1-22)

King Hezekiah asks God to make the shadow of his sundial go backwards as a sign God will heal him.

2 Kings 20: 1-11, Isaiah 38:1-22

Contributed by Richard Gunther

Manasseh - the bad king

King Manasseh was an evil ruler but he repented and found God's forgiveness. (2 Kings 21, 2 Chronicles 33)

King Manasseh was an evil ruler but he repented and found God's forgiveness.

2 Kings 21, 2 Chronicles 33

Contributed by Richard Gunther

Manasseh: The Prodigal King

Evil King Manasseh is imprisoned, humbles himself before God, repents and is restored. (2 Kings 21:1-18, 2 Chronicles 33:1-20)

Evil King Manasseh is imprisoned, humbles himself before God, repents and is restored.

2 Kings 21:1-18, 2 Chronicles 33:1-20

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

King Josiah: The scroll of God's laws is found

The book of God's laws is found in the temple and read to King Josiah. (2 Kings 21:19-23, 2 Chronicles 33:21 - 35:27)

The book of God's laws is found in the temple and read to King Josiah.

2 Kings 21:19-23, 2 Chronicles 33:21 - 35:27

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

King Jehoiakim burns Jeremiah's scroll

When Baruch writes the prophecies God gave Jeremiah on a scroll, King Jehoiakim burns it. (2 Kings 23:28-24:20, Jeremiah 36:1-32)

When Baruch writes the prophecies God gave Jeremiah on a scroll, King Jehoiakim burns it.

2 Kings 23:28-24:20, Jeremiah 36:1-32

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Jeremiah put into a cistern

As the Babylonians besiege Jerusalem, Jeremiah is lowered into a cistern and left to die, but an Ethiopian comes to his rescue. (2 Kings 25:1-30, Jeremiah 38:1-40:6)

As the Babylonians besiege Jerusalem, Jeremiah is lowered into a cistern and left to die, but an Ethiopian comes to his rescue.

2 Kings 25:1-30, Jeremiah 38:1-40:6

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

King Abijah's battle against Jeroboam

King Abijar is outnumbered by Jeroboam's army but trusts God for victory. (2 Chronicles 13:1-22)

King Abijar is outnumbered by Jeroboam's army but trusts God for victory.

2 Chronicles 13:1-22

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

King Jehoshaphat trusts God for victory

King Jehoshaphat turns to God for help and wins the battle without having to fight. (2 Chronicles 20:1-37)

King Jehoshaphat turns to God for help and wins the battle without having to fight.

2 Chronicles 20:1-37

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Oded rescues captured women and children

The prophet Oded warns against the capture of women and children prisoners. (2 Chronicles 28:1-14)

The prophet Oded warns against the capture of women and children prisoners.

2 Chronicles 28:1-14

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Rebuilding the Temple: Part 1

The Jews return to Jerusalem and lay the foundations to rebuild the Temple. (Ezra 1-3)

The Jews return to Jerusalem and lay the foundations to rebuild the Temple.

Ezra 1-3

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Rebuilding the Temple: Part 2

The Temple is rebuilt despite opposition and delays. (Ezra 4-6)

The Temple is rebuilt despite opposition and delays.

Ezra 4-6

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Ezra returns to Jerusalem

Ezra returns to Jerusalem to encourage people to obey God's laws. (Ezra 7-10)

Ezra returns to Jerusalem to encourage people to obey God's laws.

Ezra 7-10

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Nehemiah: Rebuilding the walls of Jerusalem

When Nehemiah learns that the walls of Jerusalem have not been rebuilt he asks God for the opportunity to take on the task. (Nehemiah 1-2)

When Nehemiah learns that the walls of Jerusalem have not been rebuilt he asks God for the opportunity to take on the task.

Nehemiah 1-2

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Nehemiah: Overcoming opposition to rebuilding

As the walls of Jerusalem are rebuilt Nehemiah has to overcome threats, plots and opposition to the work. (Nehemiah 3-6)

As the walls of Jerusalem are rebuilt Nehemiah has to overcome threats, plots and opposition to the work.

Nehemiah 3-6

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Queen Esther prays for help

Queen Esther prays to God to help to save her people from an enemy plotting to annihilate them. (Esther)

Queen Esther prays to God to help to save her people from an enemy plotting to annihilate them.

Esther

Contributed by The Glory Story

Esther - a very brave queen

Queen Esther and the Jews pray for deliverance. (Esther)

Queen Esther and the Jews pray for deliverance.

Esther

Contributed by Lambsongs: Jill Kemp and Richard Gunther

Story of Esther: Part 1

Free Bible illustrations at Free Bible images of Xerxes, King of the Medes and Persians, appointing a beautiful Jewish woman, Esther, as Queen. (Esther 1-3)

Xerxes, King of the Medes and Persians, appoints a beautiful Jewish woman, Esther, as Queen.

Esther 1-3

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Story of Esther: Part 2

Free Bible illustrations at Free Bible images of the Queen Esther and the Jews praying and fasting to be delivered from the death sentence imposed on them by Haman. (Esther 4-6)

The Queen Esther and the Jews pray and fast to be delivered from the death sentence imposed on them by Haman.

Esther 4-6

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Story of Esther: Part 3

Free Bible illustrations at Free Bible images of Queen Esther taking action to bring about the demise of Haman and deliver the Jews from their enemies. (Esther 7-9)

Queen Esther takes action to bring about the demise of Haman and deliver the Jews from their enemies.

Esther 7-9

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

The story of Job

Job tries to understand the adversity afflicting him. (Job)

Job tries to understand the adversity afflicting him.

Job

Contributed by The Glory Story

The suffering of Job

Job is afflicted by adversity and his friends comment on his suffering. (Job)

Job is afflicted by adversity and his friends comment on his suffering.

Job

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

The songs of David

An introduction to the Psalms of David. (Psalms 8, 9, 23, 51, 70, 119)

An introduction to the Psalms of David.

Psalms 8, 9, 23, 51, 70, 119

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

The Lord is my Shepherd

David's psalm about God's care as the Shepherd of His sheep. (Psalm 23)

David's psalm about God's care as the Shepherd of His sheep.

Psalm 23

Contributed by Richard Gunther

Ezekiel's calling and first vision

Ezekiel has a vision and is called to be God's messenger to the captive Jews in Babylon. (Ezekiel 1:1 - 3:27)

Ezekiel has a vision and is called to be God's messenger to the captive Jews in Babylon.

Ezekiel 1:1 - 3:27

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Ezekiel - God's spokesman in Babylon - part 1

Ezekiel is called to be God's spokesman to the captured Jews in Babylon. (Ezekiel 2-3)

Ezekiel is called to be God's spokesman to the captured Jews in Babylon.

Ezekiel 2-3

Contributed by Richard Gunther

Ezekiel - God's spokesman in Babylon - part 2

God tells Ezekiel to do some bizarre things to get people's attention and teach them about events in the future. (Ezekiel 4-5)

God tells Ezekiel to do some bizarre things to get people's attention and teach them about events in the future.

Ezekiel 4-5

Contributed by Richard Gunther

Ezekiel and the valley of dry bones

God shows Ezekiel a vision in which a valley of dry bones comes to life. (Ezekiel 37:1-14)

God shows Ezekiel a vision in which a valley of dry bones comes to life.

Ezekiel 37:1-14

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Ezekiel's vision of the Temple: Part 1

Ezekiel's vision in which a 'man with the appearance of bronze' and a measuring rod reveals the new Temple. (Ezekiel 40)

Ezekiel's vision in which a 'man with the appearance of bronze' and a measuring rod reveals the new Temple.

Ezekiel 40

Contributed by Biblia Prints

Ezekiel's vision of the Temple: Part 2

Ezekiel's vision in which he is shown the Holy Place of the new Temple. (Ezekiel 41)

Ezekiel's vision in which he is shown the Holy Place of the new Temple.

Ezekiel 41

Contributed by Biblia Prints

Ezekiel's vision of the Temple: Part 3

Ezekiel's vision of the temple in which he sees the outer courts. (Ezekiel 42)

Ezekiel's vision of the temple in which he sees the outer courts.

Ezekiel 42

Contributed by Biblia Prints

Ezekiel's vision of the Temple: Part 4

Ezekiel's vision of the temple in which he sees glory of the Lord fill the place. (Ezekiel 43)

Ezekiel's vision of the temple in which he sees glory of the Lord fill the place.

Ezekiel 43

Contributed by Biblia Prints

Daniel and his friends obey God

Daniel and his friends refuse to eat foods that God had forbidden. (Daniel 1:1-21)

Daniel and his friends refuse to eat foods that God had forbidden.

Daniel 1:1-21

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Nebuchadnezzar's dream and Daniel's vision

Illustrations of Nebuchadnezzar's dream of a statue and Daniel’s vision of four beasts emerging from the sea. (Daniel 2 & 7)

Illustrations of Nebuchadnezzar's dream of a statue and Daniel’s vision of four beasts emerging from the sea.

Daniel 2 & 7

Contributed by Rev. Yves Langevin

Daniel interprets the King's Dream

God reveals Nebuchadnezzar's dream and its meaning to Daniel. (Daniel 2:1-49)

God reveals Nebuchadnezzar's dream and its meaning to Daniel.

Daniel 2:1-49

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Three men and a fiery furnace

Meshach, Shadrach, Abednego stand up for God and are delivered from the fiery furnace. (Daniel 3)

Meshach, Shadrach, Abednego stand up for God and are delivered from the fiery furnace.

Daniel 3

Contributed by Sue Bentley

The Fiery Furnace

Meshach, Shadrach and Abednego obey God and are thrown into a fiery furnace. (Daniel 3)

Meshach, Shadrach and Abednego obey God and are thrown into a fiery furnace.

Daniel 3

Contributed by Moody Publishers

Three men stand up for God

Free Bible illustrations at Free Bible images of Meshach, Shadrach and Abednego refusing to bow down before King Nebuchadnezzar's golden statue, being thrown into a fiery furnace then delivered from it. (Daniel 3:1-30)

Meshach, Shadrach and Abednego refuse to bow down before King Nebuchadnezzar's golden statue, are thrown into a fiery furnace then delivered from it.

Daniel 3:1-30

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Daniel: The writing on the wall

God writes on the wall His judgement of King Belshazzar. (Daniel 5:1-31)

God writes on the wall His judgement of King Belshazzar.

Daniel 5:1-31

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Belshazzar's feast

When Belshazzar uses the cups from the Temple at his drunken feast the writing is on the wall. (Daniel 5:1-31)

When Belshazzar uses the cups from the Temple at his drunken feast the writing is on the wall.

Daniel 5:1-31

Contributed by Moody Publishers

Daniel in the den of lions

When Daniel refuses to stop praying to God he is thrown into a den of lions. (Daniel 6:1-28)

When Daniel refuses to stop praying to God he is thrown into a den of lions.

Daniel 6:1-28

Contributed by Moody Publishers

Daniel keeps praying

Daniel refuses to stop praying to God, who answers his prayers to deliver him from the lions' den. (Daniel 6:1-28)

Daniel refuses to stop praying to God, who answers his prayers to deliver him from the lions' den.

Daniel 6:1-28

Contributed by Richard Gunther

Daniel in the lions' den

Free Bible illustrations at Free Bible images of Daniel being thrown into the lions' den after refusing to stop praying to God. (Daniel 6:1-28)

Daniel is thrown into the lions' den after refusing to stop praying to God.

Daniel 6:1-28

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Daniel and the lions

Preschool version of the story of Daniel and the lions' den. (Daniel 6:1-28)

Preschool version of the story of Daniel and the lions' den.

Daniel 6:1-28

Contributed by Sue Bentley

Hosea and Gomer

Hosea redeems his unfaithful wife, paying the price for her freedom. (Hosea 1 - 3)

Hosea redeems his unfaithful wife, paying the price for her freedom.

Hosea 1 - 3

Contributed by Arabs for Christ

Jonah and the big fish

When Jonah refuses to obey God and care for his enemies, God teaches him about obedience and love in dramatic ways. (Jonah 1-4)

When Jonah refuses to obey God and care for his enemies, God teaches him about obedience and love in dramatic ways.

Jonah 1-4

Contributed by Sue Bentley

Jonah runs away but God turns him back

When God asks Jonah to preach in Nineveh he heads off in the opposite direction. (Jonah 1-3)

When God asks Jonah to preach in Nineveh he heads off in the opposite direction.

Jonah 1-3

Contributed by Rev. Henry Martin

Jonah runs away

Jonah wants Nineveh to be destroyed, so he runs away rather than give God's warning to them. (Jonah)

Jonah wants Nineveh to be destroyed, so he runs away rather than give God's warning to them.

Jonah

Contributed by Marian van der Kruijt

Jonah and the large fish

When Jonah runs away rather than go to Nineveh he is swallowed by a great fish. (Jonah 1 - 3)

When Jonah runs away rather than go to Nineveh he is swallowed by a great fish.

Jonah 1 - 3

Contributed by Moody Publishers

Birth and childhood of Jesus

Zacharias is promised a son

God promises Zacharias (Zechariah) and his wife Elizabeth a son. (Luke 1:5-25)

God promises Zacharias (Zechariah) and his wife Elizabeth a son.

Luke 1:5-25

Contributed by Marian van der Kruijt

Zacharias can't talk

Zacharias is lost for words when an angels tells him he is to have a son. (Luke 1:5-64)

Zacharias is lost for words when an angels tells him he is to have a son.

Luke 1:5-64

Contributed by Lambsongs: Jill Kemp and Richard Gunther

Birth of John foretold

An angel appears to Zechariah promising him a son, but as his wife Elizabeth is too old to bear children he has doubts. (Luke 1:5-25)

An angel appears to Zechariah promising him a son, but as his wife Elizabeth is too old to bear children he has doubts.

Luke 1:5-25

Contributed by Good News Productions, International

The birth of John the Baptist

God promises Zechariah and Elizabeth a son but Zechariah's doubts result in him becoming dumb. (Luke 1:5-25, Luke 1:57-80)

God promises Zechariah and Elizabeth a son but Zechariah's doubts result in him becoming dumb.

Luke 1:5-25, Luke 1:57-80

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Birth of John the Baptist

Zechariah and Elizabeth have a baby just as God had promised and he is named John. (Luke 1:57-80)

Zechariah and Elizabeth have a baby just as God had promised and he is named John.

Luke 1:57-80

Contributed by Good News Productions, International

The Word became flesh

John opens his gospel by describing how God became man and lived among us. (John 1:1-18)

John opens his gospel by describing how God became man and lived among us.

John 1:1-18

Contributed by Good News Productions, International

Mary and the Angel Gabriel

An angel tells Mary that God has chosen her to be the mother of His son, Jesus. (Matthew 1:18-25, Luke 1:26-45)

An angel tells Mary that God has chosen her to be the mother of His son, Jesus.

Matthew 1:18-25, Luke 1:26-45

Contributed by Lambsongs: Jill Kemp and Richard Gunther

Joseph marries Mary

An angel tells Joseph that Mary's pregnancy is God's will. (Matthew 1:18-25)

An angel tells Joseph that Mary's pregnancy is God's will.

Matthew 1:18-25

Contributed by Good News Productions, International

Wise Men visit Jesus

Wise men from the east are led to Jesus. (Matthew 2:1-12)

Wise men from the east are led to Jesus.

Matthew 2:1-12

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Zacharias, Elizabeth and baby John

Zacharias is left speechless when God tells him his wife Elizabeth willl have a son. (Luke 1:5-25, 39-45, 57-80)

Zacharias is left speechless when God tells him his wife Elizabeth willl have a son.

Luke 1:5-25, 39-45, 57-80

Contributed by Sue Bentley

Birth of Jesus foretold

An angel visits Mary. (Luke 1:26-38)

An angel visits Mary.

Luke 1:26-38

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Mary visits Elizabeth

Mary goes to visit Zechariah's wife, Elizabeth. (Luke 1:39-56)

Mary goes to visit Zechariah's wife, Elizabeth.

Luke 1:39-56

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Jesus was born in Bethlehem

Jesus is born in Bethlehem. (Luke 2:1-7)

Jesus is born in Bethlehem.

Luke 2:1-7

Contributed by Lambsongs: Jill Kemp and Richard Gunther

Birth of Jesus

Mary and Joseph travel to Bethlehem where Jesus is born. Shepherds hear the good news from angels. (Luke 2:1-20)

Mary and Joseph travel to Bethlehem where Jesus is born. Shepherds hear the good news from angels.

Luke 2:1-20

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The Angels' Good News

Angels announce the birth of Jesus to nearby shepherds. (Luke 2:8-20)

Angels announce the birth of Jesus to nearby shepherds.

Luke 2:8-20

Contributed by Lambsongs: Jill Kemp and Richard Gunther

Jesus is born

The story of Christmas for young children. (Matthew 1:18-2:12, Luke 1:26-38, 2:1-21)

The story of Christmas for young children.

Matthew 1:18-2:12, Luke 1:26-38, 2:1-21

Contributed by Sue Bentley

The birth of Jesus

An angel tells Mary and then Joseph of the birth of God's Son, Jesus. (Matthew 1:18-24, Luke 1:26-56, Luke 2:1-7)

An angel tells Mary and then Joseph of the birth of God's Son, Jesus.

Matthew 1:18-24, Luke 1:26-56, Luke 2:1-7

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

The Wise Men look for a baby King

Wise Men from the East travel to Bethlehem to bring gifts for the new born king. (Matthew 2:1-12)

Wise Men from the East travel to Bethlehem to bring gifts for the new born king.

Matthew 2:1-12

Contributed by Lambsongs: Jill Kemp and Richard Gunther

Wise Men visit Jesus

Wise Men from the East follow a star to find Jesus. (Matthew 2:1-14)

Wise Men from the East follow a star to find Jesus.

Matthew 2:1-14

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Escape to Egypt

An angel warns Joseph to flee to Egypt with Mary and Jesus as Herod is plotting to kill the new born king. (Matthew 2:13-23)

An angel warns Joseph to flee to Egypt with Mary and Jesus as Herod is plotting to kill the new born king.

Matthew 2:13-23

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Shepherds hear of the birth of Jesus

Angels announce the birth of Jesus to shepherds. (Luke 2:8-20)

Angels announce the birth of Jesus to shepherds.

Luke 2:8-20

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Simeon and Anna meet baby Jesus

Simeon and Anna meet baby Jesus and rejoice they have seen the Saviour God promised. (Luke 2:21-40)

Simeon and Anna meet baby Jesus and rejoice they have seen the Saviour God promised.

Luke 2:21-40

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Infant Jesus at the Temple

Simeon and Anna see baby Jesus and praise God for sending the Saviour of the world. (Luke 2:22-40)

Simeon and Anna see baby Jesus and praise God for sending the Saviour of the world.

Luke 2:22-40

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Boy Jesus at the Temple

Mary and Joseph return to Jerusalem and find Jesus in the Temple. (Luke 2:41-52)

Mary and Joseph return to Jerusalem and find Jesus in the Temple.

Luke 2:41-52

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12-year-old Jesus In Jerusalem

Jesus, aged 12, is found in the Temple asking and answering questions. (Luke 2:41-52)

Jesus, aged 12, is found in the Temple asking and answering questions.

Luke 2:41-52

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Miracles of Jesus

John the Baptist's ministry

John the Baptist starts preaching in the wilderness of Judea and crowds come to hear him and be baptised. (Matthew 3:1-12)

John the Baptist starts preaching in the wilderness of Judea and crowds come to hear him and be baptised.

Matthew 3:1-12

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Jesus delivers and heals in Capernaum

Jesus delivers a demon possessed man then heals Peter's mother-in-law and others in Capernaum. (Matthew 8:14-17, Mark 1:21-39, Luke 4:31-44)

Jesus delivers a demon possessed man then heals Peter's mother-in-law and others in Capernaum.

Matthew 8:14-17, Mark 1:21-39, Luke 4:31-44

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Jesus heals a man with a withered hand

Jesus heals a man with a withered hand on the Sabbath day. (Matthew 12:1-14, Mark 3:1-6, Luke 6:1-11)

Jesus heals a man with a withered hand on the Sabbath day.

Matthew 12:1-14, Mark 3:1-6, Luke 6:1-11

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Paralysed man lowered through roof

Free Bible illustrations at Free Bible images of the paralysed man who was forgiven and healed by Jesus after being lowered through the roof. (Mark 2:2-12, Luke 5:17-26)

A paralysed man is forgiven and healed by Jesus after being lowered through the roof.

Mark 2:2-12, Luke 5:17-26

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Jesus heals a paralysed man

A man is let down through the roof to see Jesus. A set of images for young children. (Mark 2:2-12, Luke 5:17-26)

A man is let down through the roof to see Jesus. A set of images for young children.

Mark 2:2-12, Luke 5:17-26

Contributed by Andrea Rau

Jesus drives out an evil spirit

Jesus confronts a man shouting at him in the synagogue. (Luke 4:31-37)

Jesus confronts a man shouting at him in the synagogue.

Luke 4:31-37

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Jesus heals Peter's mother-in-law

After healing Peter's mother-in-law Jesus spends the evening healing others brought to Him. (Luke 4:38-43)

After healing Peter's mother-in-law Jesus spends the evening healing others brought to Him.

Luke 4:38-43

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Jesus heals the leper

A man with leprosy begs Jesus to heal him. (Luke 5:12-16)

A man with leprosy begs Jesus to heal him.

Luke 5:12-16

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Jesus heals the lame man

Four friends lower a paralysed man through the roof to Jesus. (Luke 5:17-26)

Four friends lower a paralysed man through the roof to Jesus.

Luke 5:17-26

Contributed by YoMinistry.com

Jesus heals the paralytic

Jesus demonstrates His authority to forgive sins by healing a paralysed man. (Luke 5:17-26)

Jesus demonstrates His authority to forgive sins by healing a paralysed man.

Luke 5:17-26

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Jesus heals on the Sabbath

Jesus causes outrage by heaing a man with a withered hand on the Sabbath. (Luke 6:6-11)

Jesus causes outrage by heaing a man with a withered hand on the Sabbath.

Luke 6:6-11

Contributed by Good News Productions, International

Jesus at a wedding in Cana

When the wine runs out at a wedding, Jesus turns water into vintage wine. (John 2:1-11)

When the wine runs out at a wedding, Jesus turns water into vintage wine.

John 2:1-11

Contributed by Sue Bentley

Jesus at a wedding

Free Bible illustrations at Free Bible images of Jesus performing his first miracle, changing water to wine, at a wedding in Cana. (John 2:1-12)

Jesus performs his first miracle, changing water to wine, at a wedding in Cana.

John 2:1-12

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Jesus goes to a wedding

When the wine runs out at a wedding Jesus comes up with a miraculous solution. (John 2:1-11)

When the wine runs out at a wedding Jesus comes up with a miraculous solution.

John 2:1-11

Contributed by Lambsongs: Jill Kemp and Richard Gunther

Jesus heals the Official's son

Jesus speaks in Cana to heal the son of an official in Capernaum. (John 4:43-53)

Jesus speaks in Cana to heal the son of an official in Capernaum.

John 4:43-53

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Jesus heals a Centurion's servant

Jesus heals the servant of a Centurion. (Matthew 8:5-13, Luke 7:2-9)

Jesus heals the servant of a Centurion.

Matthew 8:5-13, Luke 7:2-9

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Faith of the Roman Centurion

A Roman Centurion belives Jesus can heal his paralysed servant. (Matthew 8:5-13, Luke 7:2-9)

A Roman Centurion belives Jesus can heal his paralysed servant.

Matthew 8:5-13, Luke 7:2-9

Contributed by Rev. Henry Martin

Jesus calms the storm

When a sudden storm threatens to capsize their boat the disciples turn to Jesus for help. (Matthew 8:18, 23-27)

When a sudden storm threatens to capsize their boat the disciples turn to Jesus for help.

Matthew 8:18, 23-27

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Jesus calms a storm

Free Bible illustrations at Free Bible images of Jesus calming a storm on Lake Galilee. (Matthew 8:23-27, Mark 4:35-41, Luke 8:22-25)

Jesus calms a storm on Lake Galilee.

Matthew 8:23-27, Mark 4:35-41, Luke 8:22-25

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Jesus heals a woman and a girl

On his way to see the seriously ill daughter of Jairus, Jesus heals a woman who reaches out for help. (Matthew 9:18-26, Mark 5:21-43, Luke 8:40-56)

On his way to see the seriously ill daughter of Jairus, Jesus heals a woman who reaches out for help.

Matthew 9:18-26, Mark 5:21-43, Luke 8:40-56

Contributed by Sue Bentley

Jesus raises Jairus's daughter to life

A woman who touches the hem of Jesus' garment is healed. The daughter of Jairus is raised to life. (Matthew 9:18-26, Mark 5:21-43, Luke 8:40-56)

A woman who touches the hem of Jesus' garment is healed. The daughter of Jairus is raised to life.

Matthew 9:18-26, Mark 5:21-43, Luke 8:40-56

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Two blind men and a mute man healed

Jesus heals three men, two were blind and the other mute. (Matthew 9:27-34)

Jesus heals three men, two were blind and the other mute.

Matthew 9:27-34

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Jesus heals the Centurion's servant

A Roman Centurion becomes an example of faith as he believes Jesus has the authority to heal his servant. (Luke 7:1-10)

A Roman Centurion becomes an example of faith as he believes Jesus has the authority to heal his servant.

Luke 7:1-10

Contributed by YoMinistry.com

Jesus raises the widow's son

Jesus raises to life the dead son of a widow living in Nain. (Luke 7:11-17)

Jesus raises to life the dead son of a widow living in Nain.

Luke 7:11-17

Jesus raises the widow's son

When Jesus meets a funeral procession for a widow's son, He intervenes to bring the son back to life. (Luke 7:11-17)

When Jesus meets a funeral procession for a widow's son, He intervenes to bring the son back to life.

Luke 7:11-17

Contributed by YoMinistry.com

Jesus heals a woman and Jairus' daughter

Jesus heals a woman and raises a girl to life. (Luke 8:40-56)

Jesus heals a woman and raises a girl to life.

Luke 8:40-56

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Jesus heals the lame man at the pool

Jesus heals a lame man at the pool Bethesda of on the Sabbath. (John 5:1-15)

Jesus heals a lame man at the pool Bethesda of on the Sabbath.

John 5:1-15

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Jesus heals a man at the pool of Bethesda

When Jesus heals a man on the Sabbath day it causes controversy. (John 5:1-24)

When Jesus heals a man on the Sabbath day it causes controversy.

John 5:1-24

Contributed by Arabs for Christ

Jesus feeds 5000

Jesus feeds over 5000 men plus women and children with five loaves and two fish. (Matthew 14:13-22, Mark 6:31-46, Luke 9:10-17, John 6:1-13)

Jesus feeds over 5000 men plus women and children with five loaves and two fish.

Matthew 14:13-22, Mark 6:31-46, Luke 9:10-17, John 6:1-13

Contributed by Rev. Henry Martin

Feeding more than 5000 people

Jesus feeds more than 5000 people with five loaves and two fish. (Matthew 14:13-22, Mark 6:31-46, Luke 9:10-17, John 6:1-13)

Jesus feeds more than 5000 people with five loaves and two fish.

Matthew 14:13-22, Mark 6:31-46, Luke 9:10-17, John 6:1-13

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Jesus feeds lots of people

Preschool version of Jesus feeding 5,000 with five loaves and two fish. (Matthew 14:13-22, Mark 6:31-46, Luke 9:10-17, John 6:1-13)

Preschool version of Jesus feeding 5,000 with five loaves and two fish.

Matthew 14:13-22, Mark 6:31-46, Luke 9:10-17, John 6:1-13

Contributed by Sue Bentley

Peter tries to walk on water

Peter tries to walk on water but when his faith fails and he sinks, Jesus rescues him. (Matthew 14:22-36, Mark 6:45-56, John 6:16-24)

Peter tries to walk on water but when his faith fails and he sinks, Jesus rescues him.

Matthew 14:22-36, Mark 6:45-56, John 6:16-24

Contributed by Rev. Henry Martin

Jesus walks on water

Free Bible illustrations at Free Bible images of Jesus walking on water and Peter's attempt to do the same. (Matthew 14:22-36, Mark 6:45-56, John 6:16-24)

Jesus walks on water and Peter attempts to do the same.

Matthew 14:22-36, Mark 6:45-56, John 6:16-24

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Feeding of the 4000

A crowd is with Jesus for three days and has nothing to eat, so Jesus feeds them with seven loaves of bread. (Mark 8:1-10)

A crowd is with Jesus for three days and has nothing to eat, so Jesus feeds them with seven loaves of bread.

Mark 8:1-10

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Jesus heals a blind man

When a blind beggar cries out to Jesus those around him tell him to be quiet but Jesus stops to heal him. (Luke 18:35-43)

When a blind beggar cries out to Jesus those around him tell him to be quiet but Jesus stops to heal him.

Luke 18:35-43

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Jesus heals a man born blind

Free Bible illustrations at Free Bible images of Jesus healing a man in Jerusalem who was born blind. (John 9:1-41)

Jesus heals a man in Jerusalem who was born blind.

John 9:1-41

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Jesus heals a demon-possessed boy

Jesus heals a boy who has been made dumb by an evil-spirit. (Matthew 17:14-21, Mark 9:14-29, Luke 9:37-42)

Jesus heals a boy who has been made dumb by an evil-spirit.

Matthew 17:14-21, Mark 9:14-29, Luke 9:37-42

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Two blind men

Jesus heals two men who are blind. (Matthew 20:30-34)

Jesus heals two men who are blind.

Matthew 20:30-34

Contributed by Lambsongs: Jill Kemp and Richard Gunther

Jesus heals blind Bartimaeus

Blind Bartimaeus cries out to Jesus for help. A set of images for young children. (Mark 10:46-52)

Blind Bartimaeus cries out to Jesus for help. A set of images for young children.

Mark 10:46-52

Contributed by Andrea Rau

Jesus heals ten men with leprosy

Jesus heals 10 men with leprosy but only one returns to say 'Thank You'. (Luke 17:11-18)

Jesus heals 10 men with leprosy but only one returns to say 'Thank You'.

Luke 17:11-18

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

The man who said Thank You

One of ten men healed of leprosy returns to thank Jesus.  (Luke 17:11-18)

One of ten men healed of leprosy returns to thank Jesus.

Luke 17:11-18

Contributed by Rev. Henry Martin

Jesus heals the man born blind

When Jesus heals a blind man on the Sabbath day the Pharisees are outraged. (John 9:1-41)

When Jesus heals a blind man on the Sabbath day the Pharisees are outraged.

John 9:1-41

Contributed by YoMinistry.com

Lazarus is raised from the dead

Jesus raises Lazarus to life. (John 11:1-57)

Jesus raises Lazarus to life.

John 11:1-57

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Ministry of Jesus

Jesus is baptised

Jesus is baptised by John. (Matthew 3:1-17, Mark 1:1-11, Luke 3:1-22, John 1:6-34)

Jesus is baptised by John.

Matthew 3:1-17, Mark 1:1-11, Luke 3:1-22, John 1:6-34

Contributed by Sue Bentley

John the Baptist

John preaches in the wilderness but does not think he is worthy to baptise Jesus. (Matthew 3:1-17)

John preaches in the wilderness but does not think he is worthy to baptise Jesus.

Matthew 3:1-17

Contributed by Marian van der Kruijt

John baptises Jesus

John baptises Jesus. (Matthew 3:1-17, Mark 1:1-11, Luke 3:1-22, John 1:6-34)

John baptises Jesus.

Matthew 3:1-17, Mark 1:1-11, Luke 3:1-22, John 1:6-34

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Baptism of Jesus

Jesus is baptised by John. (Matthew 3:13-17)

Jesus is baptised by John.

Matthew 3:13-17

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Jesus is tempted in the wilderness

Jesus faces temptation by Satan. (Matthew 4:1-11, Luke 4:1-14)

Jesus faces temptation by Satan.

Matthew 4:1-11, Luke 4:1-14

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

The temptation of Jesus

Jesus eats nothing for forty days in the wilderness, and is tempted by Satan. (Matthew 4:1-11)

Jesus eats nothing for forty days in the wilderness, and is tempted by Satan.

Matthew 4:1-11

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Jesus was tempted

Jesus spends 40 days in the wilderness and is tempted by the Devil. (Matthew 3 - 4:11)

Jesus spends 40 days in the wilderness and is tempted by the Devil.

Matthew 3 - 4:11

Contributed by YoMinistry.com

Jesus calls Matthew

When Jesus asks a tax collector to become his disciple there are those who disapprove. (Matthew 9:9-13)

When Jesus asks a tax collector to become his disciple there are those who disapprove.

Matthew 9:9-13

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Parables of the New Cloth and Wineskins

Two parables Jesus told about unshrunk cloth and new wineskins. (Matthew 9:14-17)

Two parables Jesus told about unshrunk cloth and new wineskins.

Matthew 9:14-17

Contributed by Good News Productions, International

Lord of the Harvest

Jesus tells us to pray for more workers to go into the harvest field. (Matthew 9:35-38)

Jesus tells us to pray for more workers to go into the harvest field.

Matthew 9:35-38

Contributed by Good News Productions, International

Parables about the Kingdom of Heaven

Parables of Mustard Seed, Yeast, Hidden Treasure and Pearl. (Matthew 13:31-33, 44-45, Mark 4:30-32, Luke 13:18-21)

Parables of Mustard Seed, Yeast, Hidden Treasure and Pearl.

Matthew 13:31-33, 44-45, Mark 4:30-32, Luke 13:18-21

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Jesus invites Matthew to be His Disciple

Jesus invites Matthew the Tax Collector to be His disciple. (Mark 2:14-17, Luke 5:27-32)

Jesus invites Matthew the Tax Collector to be His disciple.

Mark 2:14-17, Luke 5:27-32

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Jesus is rejected in Nazareth

Jesus is rejected in Nazareth after claiming to be the Messiah. (Luke 4:14-30)

Jesus is rejected in Nazareth after claiming to be the Messiah.

Luke 4:14-30

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Jesus' rejection at Nazareth

Jesus teaches where He grew up in Nazareth but people don't like what He is saying, so Jesus leaves. (Luke 4:14-30)

Jesus teaches where He grew up in Nazareth but people don't like what He is saying, so Jesus leaves.

Luke 4:14-30

Contributed by Good News Productions, International

Jesus and the Fishermen

After lending Jesus their boat, four fishermen obey Him, get a miraculous catch of fish and become His disciples. (Luke 5:1-11)

After lending Jesus their boat, four fishermen obey Him, get a miraculous catch of fish and become His disciples.

Luke 5:1-11

Contributed by YoMinistry.com

Fishing with Peter

After a night of unsuccessful fishing, Peter obeys Jesus says and has a record catch. (Luke 5:1-11)

After a night of unsuccessful fishing, Peter obeys Jesus says and has a record catch.

Luke 5:1-11

Contributed by Lambsongs: Jill Kemp and Richard Gunther

The calling of the first disciples

After fishing all night without a catch Peter obeys Jesus and casts his net on the other side of the boat. As a result four fisherman become 'fishers of men'. (Luke 5:1-11)

After fishing all night without a catch Peter obeys Jesus and casts his net on the other side of the boat. As a result four fisherman become 'fishers of men'.

Luke 5:1-11

Contributed by Good News Productions, International

Parable of the midnight visitor

Jesus teaches about prayer through a story of a late-night visitor. A set of images for young children. (Luke 11:5-10)

Jesus teaches about prayer through a story of a late-night visitor. A set of images for young children.

Luke 11:5-10

Contributed by Andrea Rau

Andrew, Peter, Philip and Nathanael meet Jesus

Andrew introduces Peter to Jesus. Philip and Nathanael meet Jesus. (John 1:28-51)

Andrew introduces Peter to Jesus. Philip and Nathanael meet Jesus.

John 1:28-51

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Jesus' first disciples

Peter, Andrew Philip and Nathanael start to follow Jesus (John 1:35-51)

Peter, Andrew Philip and Nathanael start to follow Jesus

John 1:35-51

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Nicodemus talks with Jesus

Nicodemus visits Jesus and they talk about eternal life.  (John 3:1-21)

Nicodemus visits Jesus and they talk about eternal life.

John 3:1-21

Contributed by Rev. Henry Martin

Nicodemus

Jesus talks with Nicodemus about being born of the Spirit and eternal life. (John 3:1-17)

Jesus talks with Nicodemus about being born of the Spirit and eternal life.

John 3:1-17

Contributed by Good News Productions, International

Jesus talks with Samaritan woman

Free Bible illustrations at Free Bible images of a Jesus talking with a Samaritan woman at Sychar who comes to draw water from the well. (John 4:1-42)

Jesus talks with a Samaritan woman at Sychar who comes to draw water from the well.

John 4:1-42

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

The Samaritan woman

Jesus talks with a Samaritan woman about 'Living water'. (John 4:1-42)

Jesus talks with a Samaritan woman about 'Living water'.

John 4:1-42

Contributed by Good News Productions, International

The Beatitudes

Jesus talks about eight blessings during His sermon on the mount. (Matthew 5:1-12)

Jesus talks about eight blessings during His sermon on the mount.

Matthew 5:1-12

Contributed by Good News Productions, International

The parable of salt and light

Jesus talks about salt and light to teach the crowds how they should live. (Matthew 5:13-16)

Jesus talks about salt and light to teach the crowds how they should live.

Matthew 5:13-16

Contributed by Good News Productions, International

Jesus teaches about adultery and divorce

Jesus teaches about the sin of adultery and the consequences of divorce. (Matthew 5:27-32)

Jesus teaches about the sin of adultery and the consequences of divorce.

Matthew 5:27-32

Contributed by Good News Productions, International

The Lord's prayer

Jesus teaches us how to pray. (Matthew 6:1-15)

Jesus teaches us how to pray.

Matthew 6:1-15

Contributed by Good News Productions, International

Jesus teaches about fasting

Jesus teaches about fasting and that our heart will be found in what we treasure. (Matthew 6:16-24)

Jesus teaches about fasting and that our heart will be found in what we treasure.

Matthew 6:16-24

Contributed by Good News Productions, International

Jesus teaches about worry

Jesus tells us not to worry because He will take care of all of our needs. (Matthew 6:25-34)

Jesus tells us not to worry because He will take care of all of our needs.

Matthew 6:25-34

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The parable of the Wise and Foolish builders

Jesus likens the way we respond to His teaching to a wise and foolish builder. (Matthew 7:24-29)

Jesus likens the way we respond to His teaching to a wise and foolish builder.

Matthew 7:24-29

Contributed by Good News Productions, International

One hundred sheep

A caring shepherd searches for one of his sheep that is lost. (Matthew 8:11-14)

A caring shepherd searches for one of his sheep that is lost.

Matthew 8:11-14

Contributed by Lambsongs: Jill Kemp and Richard Gunther

Jesus changes a troubled man

Free Bible illustrations at Free Bible images of Jesus changing a troubled man who self-harmed and lived among the tombs. (Matthew 8:28-34, Mark 5:5-20, Luke 8:26-39)

Jesus changes a troubled man who self-harmed and lived among the tombs.

Matthew 8:28-34, Mark 5:5-20, Luke 8:26-39

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Jesus heals the demoniacs

Jesus sails to the other side of Galilee to deliver two demon possessed men. (Matthew 8:28-34)

Jesus sails to the other side of Galilee to deliver two demon possessed men.

Matthew 8:28-34

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The Parable of the Sower

Jesus tells a parable about a seed being sown on different soils to help us understand how different people respond to God's Word. (Matthew 13:1-9, 18-23)

Jesus tells a parable about a seed being sown on different soils to help us understand how different people respond to God's Word.

Matthew 13:1-9, 18-23

Contributed by Good News Productions, International

Parable of the sower for young children

Jesus tells a parable about a sower and then explains its meaning. (Matthew 13:1-23, Mark 4:1-20, Luke 8:4-15)

Jesus tells a parable about a sower and then explains its meaning.

Matthew 13:1-23, Mark 4:1-20, Luke 8:4-15

Contributed by Sue Bentley

The Parable of the Sower

Free Bible illustrations at Free Bible images of the parable of the sower that Jesus taught the crowds from a boat moored by the shore. (Matthew 13:1-23, Mark 4:1-20, Luke 8:1-15)

The parable of the sower that Jesus taught.

Matthew 13:1-23, Mark 4:1-20, Luke 8:1-15

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Parable of the Weeds

Jesus teaches about the Kingdom of Heaven using a parable about weeds (tares) in a field of wheat. (Matthew 13:24-30, Matthew 13:36-43)

Jesus teaches about the Kingdom of Heaven using a parable about weeds (tares) in a field of wheat.

Matthew 13:24-30, Matthew 13:36-43

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Weeds, Mustard Seed and Leaven Parables

Jesus tells three parables about the Kingdom of Heaven using weeds (tares), a mustard seed and yeast as illustrations. (Matthew 13:24-43)

Jesus tells three parables about the Kingdom of Heaven using weeds (tares), a mustard seed and yeast as illustrations.

Matthew 13:24-43

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The treasure in the field

Jesus tells a parable about a man who finds treasure hidden in a field. (Matthew 13:44)

Jesus tells a parable about a man who finds treasure hidden in a field.

Matthew 13:44

Contributed by René Pfitzner

The parables of the Kingdom of Heaven

Parables about hidden treasure, a valuable pearl and a catch of fish. (Matthew 13:44-53)

Parables about hidden treasure, a valuable pearl and a catch of fish.

Matthew 13:44-53

Contributed by Good News Productions, International

John the Baptist is executed

Herod Antipas executes John the Baptist. (Matthew 14:1-12, Mark 6:14-29)

Herod Antipas executes John the Baptist.

Matthew 14:1-12, Mark 6:14-29

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Lord of the Sabbath

Jesus is questioned about His disciples rubbing grain in their hands on the Sabbath. (Luke 6:1-5)

Jesus is questioned about His disciples rubbing grain in their hands on the Sabbath.

Luke 6:1-5

Contributed by Good News Productions, International

Jesus chooses the twelve disciples

After a night of prayer, Jesus selects twelve disciples. (Luke 6:12-16)

After a night of prayer, Jesus selects twelve disciples.

Luke 6:12-16

Contributed by Good News Productions, International

Anointing of Jesus feet

A woman with a bad reputation anoints Jesus feet. (Luke 7:36-50)

A woman with a bad reputation anoints Jesus feet.

Luke 7:36-50

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A woman who anoints Jesus finds forgiveness

When an immoral woman anoints the feet of Jesus at the house of Simon the Pharisee, Jesus teaches about forgiveness. (Luke 7:36-50)

When an immoral woman anoints the feet of Jesus at the house of Simon the Pharisee, Jesus teaches about forgiveness.

Luke 7:36-50

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The Farmer and the Seed (Parable of the Sower)

Jesus tells a parable about a sower scattering seed on different soils. (Luke 8:4-15)

Jesus tells a parable about a sower scattering seed on different soils.

Luke 8:4-15

Contributed by Lambsongs: Jill Kemp and Richard Gunther

Jesus is transfigured

Peter, James and John witness Jesus being transfigured. (Matthew 17:1-13, Mark 9:2-13, Luke 9:28-37)

Peter, James and John witness Jesus being transfigured.

Matthew 17:1-13, Mark 9:2-13, Luke 9:28-37

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Parable of the unforgiving servant

Free Bible illustrations at Free Bible images of the parable of the unforgiving servant. (Matthew 18:21-35)

Jesus's parable of the unforgiving servant.

Matthew 18:21-35

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Jesus sends out His disciples

Jesus sends out his disciples to preach, deliver and heal. (Matthew 10:1-42, Mark 6:7-31, Luke 9:1-10)

Jesus sends out his disciples to preach, deliver and heal.

Matthew 10:1-42, Mark 6:7-31, Luke 9:1-10

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A rich man questions Jesus

After a rich man questions Jesus about eternal life he walks away feeling sad. (Matthew 19:16-30, Mark 10:17-31, Luke 18:18-30)

After a rich man questions Jesus about eternal life he walks away feeling sad.

Matthew 19:16-30, Mark 10:17-31, Luke 18:18-30

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Jesus cleanses the Temple

Jesus cleanses the Temple of moneychangers and traders. (Matthew 21:12-17, Mark 11:15-19, Luke 19:45-48, John 2:13-24)

Jesus cleanses the Temple of moneychangers and traders.

Matthew 21:12-17, Mark 11:15-19, Luke 19:45-48, John 2:13-24

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James and John request prominence

When John and James ask for prominence, Jesus teaches about serving with humility. (Mark 10:32-45)

When John and James ask for prominence, Jesus teaches about serving with humility.

Mark 10:32-45

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Parable of the Good Samaritan

Jesus tells a parable about a Samaritan who, unlike a Jewish Priest and a Levite, stops to help a Jew who has been attacked and robbed. (Luke 10:25-37)

Jesus tells a parable about a Samaritan who, unlike a Jewish Priest and a Levite, stops to help a Jew who has been attacked and robbed.

Luke 10:25-37

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Good Samaritan

A parable Jesus taught to challenge our thinking about our care for others. (Luke 10:25-37)

A parable Jesus taught to challenge our thinking about our care for others.

Luke 10:25-37

Contributed by Rev. Henry Martin

Parable of the Rich Fool

Jesus tells a parable about an ambitious but foolish rich man. (Luke 12:13-21)

Jesus tells a parable about an ambitious but foolish rich man.

Luke 12:13-21

Contributed by Arabs for Christ

The silly, greedy farmer

Jesus tells a parable about a rich foolish farmer. (Luke 12:16-21)

Jesus tells a parable about a rich foolish farmer.

Luke 12:16-21

Contributed by Lambsongs: Jill Kemp and Richard Gunther

Parable of the Lost coin

Parable of the woman who searches for a lost coin. A set of images for young children. (Luke 15:8-10)

Parable of the woman who searches for a lost coin. A set of images for young children.

Luke 15:8-10

Contributed by Andrea Rau

Prodigal Son

A loving father waits for his wayward son to return. (Luke 15:11-32)

A loving father waits for his wayward son to return.

Luke 15:11-32

Contributed by Lambsongs: Jill Kemp and Richard Gunther

The parable of the two sons

A son is deeply resentful when his father welcomes home his wayward younger brother. (Luke 15:11-32)

A son is deeply resentful when his father welcomes home his wayward younger brother.

Luke 15:11-32

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Parable of the lost son

A son who travels and squanders his inheritance finds forgiveness when he returns to his father. (Luke 15:11-32)

A son who travels and squanders his inheritance finds forgiveness when he returns to his father.

Luke 15:11-32

Contributed by Sue Bentley

Parable of the Rich Man and Lazarus

Jesus tells a parable about a rich man and Lazarus, a beggar, who both die. (Luke 16:19-31)

Jesus tells a parable about a rich man and Lazarus, a beggar, who both die.

Luke 16:19-31

Contributed by Arabs for Christ

The persistent widow

A modern day adaptation of the parable of the persistent widow. (Luke 18:1-8)

A modern day adaptation of the parable of the persistent widow.

Luke 18:1-8

Contributed by René Pfitzner

Parable of Pharisee and Tax Collector

Jesus tells his audience of self-righteous listeners a parable about a Pharisee and Tax Collector praying in the Temple. (Luke 18:9-14)

Jesus tells his audience of self-righteous listeners a parable about a Pharisee and Tax Collector praying in the Temple.

Luke 18:9-14

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Death and resurrection prophecies

Jesus tells His disciples He will die and rise again. (Luke 18:31-34)

Jesus tells His disciples He will die and rise again.

Luke 18:31-34

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Zacchaeus

Zacchaeus the cheating tax collector meets Jesus and changes his attitude to greed. (Luke 19:1-10)

Zacchaeus the cheating tax collector meets Jesus and changes his attitude to greed.

Luke 19:1-10

Contributed by Lambsongs: Jill Kemp and Richard Gunther

Story of Zacchaeus

Preschool version of the story of Zacchaeus. (Luke 19:1-10)

Preschool version of the story of Zacchaeus.

Luke 19:1-10

Contributed by Sue Bentley

Zacchaeus the Tax Collector

Zacchaeus the Tax Collector climbs a sycamore tree to see Jesus then has a life-changing encounter when Jesus stops to speak to him. (Luke 19:1-10)

Zacchaeus the Tax Collector climbs a sycamore tree to see Jesus then has a life-changing encounter when Jesus stops to speak to him.

Luke 19:1-10

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Zacchaeus: Little man - big change

When a dishonest tax collector meets Jesus his life is changed. (Luke 19:1-10)

When a dishonest tax collector meets Jesus his life is changed.

Luke 19:1-10

Contributed by Rev. Henry Martin

Jesus and the adulterous woman

Jesus is asked to give His judgement on a woman accused of adultery. (John 8:1-11)

Jesus is asked to give His judgement on a woman accused of adultery.

John 8:1-11

Contributed by Arabs for Christ

Last week in Jerusalem

Jesus rides into Jerusalem

Free Bible illustrations at Free Bible images of Jesus riding into Jerusalem on a donkey while the crowds shout, 'Hosanna'. (Matthew 21:1-11, Mark 11:1-11, Luke 19:28-44, John 12:12-17)

Jesus rides into Jerusalem on a donkey while the crowds shout, 'Hosanna'.

Matthew 21:1-11, Mark 11:1-11, Luke 19:28-44, John 12:12-17

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Jesus rides a donkey (Palm Sunday)

Jesus rides into Jerusalem as the crowd shout, 'Hosanna'. (Matthew 21:1-11, Mark 11:1-11, Luke 19:28-44, John 12:12-17)

Jesus rides into Jerusalem as the crowd shout, 'Hosanna'.

Matthew 21:1-11, Mark 11:1-11, Luke 19:28-44, John 12:12-17

Contributed by Lambsongs: Jill Kemp and Richard Gunther

King Jesus

Jesus rides triumphantly in to Jerusalem and then clears the Temple of the dishonest money changers. (Matthew 21:1-17)

Jesus rides triumphantly in to Jerusalem and then clears the Temple of the dishonest money changers.

Matthew 21:1-17

Contributed by Richard Gunther

The Triumphant Entry

Jesus rides into Jerusalem on a donkey as the crowd shouts 'Hosanna'. (Matthew 21:1-11)

Jesus rides into Jerusalem on a donkey as the crowd shouts 'Hosanna'.

Matthew 21:1-11

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Jesus rides into Jerusalem on a donkey

Jesus rides into Jerusalem on a donkey as the people wave palms and shout 'Hosanna'. (Matthew 21:1-11, Mark 11:1-11, Luke 19:28-44, John 12:12-17)

Jesus rides into Jerusalem on a donkey as the people wave palms and shout 'Hosanna'.

Matthew 21:1-11, Mark 11:1-11, Luke 19:28-44, John 12:12-17

Contributed by Sue Bentley

Jesus and the Temple traders

Jesus clears the Temple of the dishonest traders. (Matthew 21:12-17, Mark 11:15-19, Luke 19:45-48, John 2:13-24)

Jesus clears the Temple of the dishonest traders.

Matthew 21:12-17, Mark 11:15-19, Luke 19:45-48, John 2:13-24

Contributed by Rev. Henry Martin

Parable of the Tenants

Free Bible illustrations at Free Bible images of the parable Jesus told of the tenant farmers who beat or kill the servants sent to collect the owner's share of the harvest. They even murder the owner's son. (Matthew 21:33-46, Mark 12:1-12, Luke 20:9-19)

The parable Jesus told of the tenant farmers who beat or kill the servants sent to collect the owner's share of the harvest. They even murder the owner's son.

Matthew 21:33-46, Mark 12:1-12, Luke 20:9-19

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Fig tree cursed and Temple cleansed

Jesus curses a fig tree and cleans the temple of traders. (Mark 11:12-33)

Jesus curses a fig tree and cleans the temple of traders.

Mark 11:12-33

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Parable of the tenants of a vineyard

Jesus tells a parable about the wicked tenants of a vineyard who murder the owner's son. (Matthew 21:33-45, Mark 12:1-12, Luke 20:9-19)

Jesus tells a parable about the wicked tenants of a vineyard who murder the owner's son.

Matthew 21:33-45, Mark 12:1-12, Luke 20:9-19

Contributed by Rev. Henry Martin

Parable of the Royal Wedding

When guests invited to a royal wedding refuse to attend the King takes action. (Matthew 22:1-14)

When guests invited to a royal wedding refuse to attend the King takes action.

Matthew 22:1-14

Contributed by Arabs for Christ

Jesus answers a trick question on taxes

The Pharisees try to trap Jesus with a question about taxes. (Matthew 22:15-22, Mark 12:13-17, Luke 20:20-26)

The Pharisees try to trap Jesus with a question about taxes.

Matthew 22:15-22, Mark 12:13-17, Luke 20:20-26

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Jesus talks about future events

Jesus talks with his disciples about the destruction of Jerusalem and future events. (Matthew 24:1-35, Mark 13:1-31, Luke 21:5-38)

Jesus talks with his disciples about the destruction of Jerusalem and future events.

Matthew 24:1-35, Mark 13:1-31, Luke 21:5-38

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

The parable of the ten virgins

Jesus tells a story encouraging His followers to always be ready because His return will be unexpected. (Matthew 25:1-13)

Jesus tells a story encouraging His followers to always be ready because His return will be unexpected.

Matthew 25:1-13

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The parable of the talents of gold

A parable about three servants left to invest their master's money. (Matthew 25:14-30)

A parable about three servants left to invest their master's money.

Matthew 25:14-30

Contributed by Arabs for Christ

The Good Worker (Parable of the Talents)

Jesus tells a parable about a two workers who used their talents wisely and one who did not. (Matthew 25:14-30)

Jesus tells a parable about two workers who used their talents wisely and one who did not.

Matthew 25:14-30

Contributed by Lambsongs: Jill Kemp and Richard Gunther

The plot to kill Jesus

The High Priest, Chief Priests and the Elders conspire to kill Jesus. (Matthew 26:1-5)

The High Priest, Chief Priests and the Elders conspire to kill Jesus.

Matthew 26:1-5

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Judas agrees to betray Jesus

Judas agrees to betray Jesus for a payment of thirty pieces of silver. (Matthew 26:14-16)

Judas agrees to betray Jesus for a payment of thirty pieces of silver.

Matthew 26:14-16

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A lesson in giving to God

The widow who gave everything she had to God. (Mark 12:41-44, Luke 21:1-4)

The widow who gave everything she had to God.

Mark 12:41-44, Luke 21:1-4

Contributed by Rev. Henry Martin

The widow who gave everything

Free Bible illustrations at Free Bible images of the widow who gave everything she had, sometimes known as the story of the widow's mite. (Mark 12:41-44, Luke 21:1-4)

The widow who gave everything she had.

Mark 12:41-44, Luke 21:1-4

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Judas - 30 silver coins

Judas betrays Jesus to gain 30 pieces of silver. (Luke 22:3-6)

Judas betrays Jesus to gain 30 pieces of silver.

Luke 22:3-6

Contributed by Lambsongs: Jill Kemp and Richard Gunther

Mary anoints Jesus

Mary anoints Jesus with a very expensive oil. (Matthew 26:6-16, Mark 14:1-11, John 12:1-11)

Mary anoints Jesus with a very expensive oil.

Matthew 26:6-16, Mark 14:1-11, John 12:1-11

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Death, resurrection and ascension of Jesus

The Last Supper

Jesus celebrates the Last Supper with His disciples. (Matthew 26:17-30, Mark 14:12-31, Luke 22:7-39, John 13:1 - 17:26)

Jesus celebrates the Last Supper with His disciples.

Matthew 26:17-30, Mark 14:12-31, Luke 22:7-39, John 13:1 - 17:26

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Jesus and the Last Supper

Jesus arranges His last meal with His disciples before He is crucified. (Matthew 26:17-35, Mark 14:12-31, Luke 22:7-38, John 13:18-38)

Jesus arranges His last meal with His disciples before He is crucified.

Matthew 26:17-35, Mark 14:12-31, Luke 22:7-38, John 13:18-38

Contributed by Sue Bentley

Jesus shows humility

Jesus takes on the role of a servant and washes the disciples' feet. (Matthew 26:17-20, John 13:3-16)

Jesus takes on the role of a servant and washes the disciples' feet.

Matthew 26:17-20, John 13:3-16

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Gethsemane and Peter denies Jesus

Jesus arrested in Gethsemane and Peter denies Jesus. (Matthew 26:30-75, Mark 14:26-72 , Luke 22:31-71, John 18:1-27)

Jesus arrested in Gethsemane and Peter denies Jesus.

Matthew 26:30-75, Mark 14:26-72 , Luke 22:31-71, John 18:1-27

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Jesus prays and is arrested

Jesus prays in the garden of Gethsemane, is betrayed by Judas and arrested. (Matthew 26:30-75, Mark 14:26-72, Luke 22:31-71, John 18:1-27)

Jesus prays in the garden of Gethsemane, is betrayed by Judas and arrested.

Matthew 26:30-75, Mark 14:26-72, Luke 22:31-71, John 18:1-27

Contributed by Sue Bentley

Peter and the Rooster

Peter denies Jesus three times. (Matthew 26:33-75)

Peter denies Jesus three times.

Matthew 26:33-75

Contributed by Lambsongs: Jill Kemp and Richard Gunther

Manga - Trials of Jesus (text free)

Jesus is arrested and put on trial before the Jewish and Roman authorities. (Matthew 26:36-46, 57-65, 70-74, Mark 15: 1-5, 15)

Jesus is arrested and put on trial before the Jewish and Roman authorities.

Matthew 26:36-46, 57-65, 70-74, Mark 15: 1-5, 15

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Manga - Trials of Jesus (text on images)

Jesus is arrested and put on trial before the Jewish and Roman authorities. (Matthew 26:36-46, 57-65, 70-74, Mark 15: 1-5, 15)

Jesus is arrested and put on trial before the Jewish and Roman authorities.

Matthew 26:36-46, 57-65, 70-74, Mark 15: 1-5, 15

Contributed by SIKU/Edge Group

Prayer in the garden

Jesus prays in the garden of Gethsemane and is arrested. (Matthew 26:36-56, Mark 14:32-52, Luke 22:39-53, John 18:1-10)

Jesus prays in the garden of Gethsemane and is arrested.

Matthew 26:36-56, Mark 14:32-52, Luke 22:39-53, John 18:1-10

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The Trial of Jesus begins

Jesus is questioned by the Jewish leaders. (Matthew 26:57-68)

Jesus is questioned by the Jewish leaders.

Matthew 26:57-68

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Denials by Peter

Peter denies that he knows Jesus three times, and Judas hangs himself. (Matthew 26:69-75, Luke 22:54-62, John 18:15-18, 25-27)

Peter denies that he knows Jesus three times, and Judas hangs himself.

Matthew 26:69-75, Luke 22:54-62, John 18:15-18, 25-27

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Mocking of Jesus

The crowd wants Barabbas released instead of Jesus, and Pilate has Jesus flogged. (Matthew 27:11-31, Mark 15:6-20, Luke 23:8-25, John 18:39-40, 19:1-16)

The crowd wants Barabbas released instead of Jesus, and Pilate has Jesus flogged.

Matthew 27:11-31, Mark 15:6-20, Luke 23:8-25, John 18:39-40, 19:1-16

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Jesus on trial before Herod and Pilate

Jesus faces trial before Herod Antipas and Pilate. (Matthew 27:11-26, Mark 15:15-15, Luke 23:1-25, John 18:28-40)

Jesus faces trial before Herod Antipas and Pilate.

Matthew 27:11-26, Mark 15:15-15, Luke 23:1-25, John 18:28-40

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Jesus and Pontius Pilate

Pontious Pilate offers to release Jesus or Barabbas. The crowd shout for Barabbas to be freed and Jesus to be crucified. (Matthew 27:11)

Pontious Pilate offers to release Jesus or Barabbas. The crowd shout for Barabbas to be freed and Jesus to be crucified.

Matthew 27:11

Contributed by Lambsongs: Jill Kemp and Richard Gunther

Jesus led away

Jesus and two other criminals are taken to be executed. (Matthew 27:16-22, Mark 15:25-47, Luke 23: 26-33, John 19:16-17)

Jesus and two other criminals are taken to be executed.

Matthew 27:16-22, Mark 15:25-47, Luke 23: 26-33, John 19:16-17

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Pilate tries to release Jesus

Pilate believes Jesus is innocent, but the crowd wants Jesus to be crucified. (Matthew 27:19-26, John 19:1-16)

Pilate believes Jesus is innocent, but the crowd wants Jesus to be crucified.

Matthew 27:19-26, John 19:1-16

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Jesus before Pilate

Jesus is questioned by Pilate. (Mark 15:1-5, Luke 23:1-4, John 18:28-38)

Jesus is questioned by Pilate.

Mark 15:1-5, Luke 23:1-4, John 18:28-38

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Jesus eats with His friends (The Last Supper)

Jesus tells the disciples how to remember Him. (Luke 22:7-20)

Jesus tells the disciples how to remember Him.

Luke 22:7-20

Contributed by Lambsongs: Jill Kemp and Richard Gunther

Washing feet

Jesus takes on the role of a servant and washes His disciples feet. (John 13:1-9)

Jesus takes on the role of a servant and washes His disciples feet.

John 13:1-9

Contributed by Lambsongs: Jill Kemp and Richard Gunther

The Last Supper

Jesus explains how the disciples are to remember Him until He returns. (John 13:21-30, Matthew 36:31-35, Mark 14:22-26)

Jesus explains how the disciples are to remember Him until He returns.

John 13:21-30, Matthew 36:31-35, Mark 14:22-26

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Jesus the true vine

Jesus explains He is the vine and those who believe in Him are the branches that are pruned to bear fruit. (John 15:1-7)

Jesus explains He is the vine and those who believe in Him are the branches that are pruned to bear fruit.

John 15:1-7

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Jesus is taken to the High Priest

Jesus is questioned by Annas and Caiaphas and falsely accused. (John 18:12-28)

Jesus is questioned by Annas and Caiaphas and falsely accused.

John 18:12-28

Contributed by Lambsongs: Jill Kemp and Richard Gunther

The story of Easter

Jesus is arrested, dies on a cross then rises from the dead. (Matthew 26-28, Mark 14-16, Luke 22-24, John 18-20)

Jesus is arrested, dies on a cross then rises from the dead.

Matthew 26-28, Mark 14-16, Luke 22-24, John 18-20

Contributed by Lambsongs: Jill Kemp and Richard Gunther

Jesus is crucified and dies

Jesus is crucified and buried in a tomb. (Matthew 27: 27-66, Mark 15:16-47, Luke 23:26-56, John 19:16-42)

Jesus is crucified and buried in a tomb.

Matthew 27: 27-66, Mark 15:16-47, Luke 23:26-56, John 19:16-42

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Crucifixion of Jesus

Jesus is nailed to a cross at Golgotha. (Matthew 27:32-44, Mark 15:22-32, Luke 23:26-43, John 19:18-27)

Jesus is nailed to a cross at Golgotha.

Matthew 27:32-44, Mark 15:22-32, Luke 23:26-43, John 19:18-27

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Jesus on the cross

While on the cross Jesus is mocked, and one of the criminals talks with Jesus. (Matthew 27:38-44, Mark 15:27-32, Luke 23:39-43
)

While on the cross Jesus is mocked, and one of the criminals talks with Jesus.

Matthew 27:38-44, Mark 15:27-32, Luke 23:39-43

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Death of Jesus

Jesus dies, and the temple curtain is torn in two pieces. (Matthew 27:45-66, Mark 15:33-41, Luke 23:44-49, John 19:28-37)

Jesus dies, and the temple curtain is torn in two pieces.

Matthew 27:45-66, Mark 15:33-41, Luke 23:44-49, John 19:28-37

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Manga - Crucifixion (text free)

Jesus is put to death, buried in a tomb but rises from the dead. (Matthew 27:57-60, Mark 15: 21, Luke 23:25-31, 33-34, 39-43, 44-49, John 19: 1-3, 25-27)

Jesus is put to death, buried in a tomb but rises from the dead.

Matthew 27:57-60, Mark 15: 21, Luke 23:25-31, 33-34, 39-43, 44-49, John 19: 1-3, 25-27

Contributed by SIKU/Edge Group

Burial of Jesus

Jesus is buried in the tomb of Joseph of Arimathea. (Matthew 27:57-61, Mark 15:42-47, Luke 23:50-56, John 19:38-42)

Jesus is buried in the tomb of Joseph of Arimathea.

Matthew 27:57-61, Mark 15:42-47, Luke 23:50-56, John 19:38-42

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Manga - Crucifixion (text on images)

Jesus is put to death, buried in a tomb but rises from the dead. (Matthew 27:57-60, Mark 15: 21, Luke 23:25-31, 33-34, 39-43, 44-49, John 19: 1-3, 25-27)

Jesus is put to death, buried in a tomb but rises from the dead.

Matthew 27:57-60, Mark 15: 21, Luke 23:25-31, 33-34, 39-43, 44-49, John 19: 1-3, 25-27

Contributed by SIKU/Edge Group

Guard at the tomb

Pilate sends soldiers to guard the tomb. (Matthew 27:62-66)

Pilate sends soldiers to guard the tomb.

Matthew 27:62-66

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Jesus is alive again

Jesus appears to Mary Magdalene, two disciples walking to Emmaus, the disciples and Thomas. (Matthew 28:1-10, Mark 16:1-20, Luke 24:1-53, John 20:1-29)

Jesus appears to Mary Magdalene, two disciples walking to Emmaus, the disciples and Thomas.

Matthew 28:1-10, Mark 16:1-20, Luke 24:1-53, John 20:1-29

Contributed by Sue Bentley

The Thief on the Cross

A thief turns to Jesus for help and is given a wonderful promise. (Luke 23:39-43)

A thief turns to Jesus for help and is given a wonderful promise.

Luke 23:39-43

Contributed by Lambsongs: Jill Kemp and Richard Gunther

Jesus is put on trial

Peter denies knowing Jesus. Jesus is tried by Pilate and the crowd choose that Barabbus is freed and Jesus is crucified. (Matthew 26:57-27:31, Mark 15:6-10, Luke 22:58-62, John 18:28-19:14)

Peter denies knowing Jesus. Jesus is tried by Pilate and the crowd choose that Barabbus is freed and Jesus is crucified.

Matthew 26:57-27:31, Mark 15:6-10, Luke 22:58-62, John 18:28-19:14

Contributed by Sue Bentley

Jesus is put to death

Jesus is put to death and His body laid in a tomb. (Matthew 27:33-66, Mark 15:25-47, Luke 23 26-56, John 19:42)

Jesus is put to death and His body laid in a tomb.

Matthew 27:33-66, Mark 15:25-47, Luke 23 26-56, John 19:42

Contributed by Sue Bentley

Jesus rises from the dead

Jesus is alive. (Matthew 28:1-10, Mark 16:1-8, Luke 24:1-12, John 20:1-18)

Jesus is alive.

Matthew 28:1-10, Mark 16:1-8, Luke 24:1-12, John 20:1-18

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The Resurrection of Jesus

Mary Magdalene and Mary go to the tomb where Jesus is buried, and an angel tells them that Jesus has risen from the dead.  (Matthew 28:2-4, Mark 16:1, 4-7, Luke 24:9-11, John 20:3-10)

Mary Magdalene and Mary go to the tomb where Jesus is buried, and an angel tells them that Jesus has risen from the dead.

Matthew 28:2-4, Mark 16:1, 4-7, Luke 24:9-11, John 20:3-10

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Jesus is alive - part 1

Women arriving at the tomb of Jesus are surprised to see the entrance stone rolled back. (Mark 16:1-8)

Women arriving at the tomb of Jesus are surprised to see the entrance stone rolled back.

Mark 16:1-8

Contributed by Lambsongs: Jill Kemp and Richard Gunther

Doubting Thomas

When Thomas hears the disciples have seen Jesus alive, he will not believe unless he sees Jesus also. (Mark 16:9-18, Luke 24:33-49, John 20:19-31)

When Thomas hears the disciples have seen Jesus alive, he will not believe unless he sees Jesus also.

Mark 16:9-18, Luke 24:33-49, John 20:19-31

Contributed by Rev. Henry Martin

Jesus appears to the disciples then Thomas

Jesus appears to His disciples. (Mark 16:9-18, Luke 24:33-49, John 20:19-31)

Jesus appears to His disciples.

Mark 16:9-18, Luke 24:33-49, John 20:19-31

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Jesus' Appearance on the road to Emmaus

Jesus appears to two disciples who are talking about His crucifixion and resurrection. (Luke 24:13-35)

Jesus appears to two disciples who are talking about His crucifixion and resurrection.

Luke 24:13-35

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Two disciples on road to Emmaus

Free Bible illustrations at Free Bible images of Jesus appearing to two disciples as they travel on the road to Emmaus, then His appearance to the disciples in a locked room. (Luke 24:13-49)

Jesus appears to two disciples as they travel on the road to Emmaus, then He appears to the disciples in a locked room.

Luke 24:13-49

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On the road to Emmaus

Jesus appears to two disciples as they walk to Emmaus. (Luke 24:13-35)

Jesus appears to two disciples as they walk to Emmaus.

Luke 24:13-35

Contributed by Lambsongs: Jill Kemp and Richard Gunther

Jesus is alive - part 2

Peter and John run to the tomb of Jesus and find it empty. Then Jesus appears to Mary Magdalene. (John 20:1-18)

Peter and John run to the tomb of Jesus and find it empty. Then Jesus appears to Mary Magdalene.

John 20:1-18

Contributed by Lambsongs: Jill Kemp and Richard Gunther

Jesus' appearance to Mary Magdalene

Jesus appears to Mary Magdalene and sends her to the disciples to tell them what He said to her. (John 20:10-18)

Jesus appears to Mary Magdalene and sends her to the disciples to tell them what He said to her.

John 20:10-18

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Jesus' Appearance to the Disciples and Thomas

Jesus appears to His disciples and shows them His hands and side. (John 20:19-31)

Jesus appears to His disciples and shows them His hands and side.

John 20:19-31

Contributed by Good News Productions, International

Thomas needed to see

Thomas has doubts when he hears that Jesus is alive. (John 20:24-29)

Thomas has doubts when he hears that Jesus is alive.

John 20:24-29

Contributed by Lambsongs: Jill Kemp and Richard Gunther

Peter is restored

Jesus appears to seven of His disciples by the Sea of Galilee and asks Peter the same question three times. (John 21:1-19, 24-25)

Jesus appears to seven of His disciples by the Sea of Galilee and asks Peter the same question three times.

John 21:1-19, 24-25

Contributed by Good News Productions, International

Jesus questions and reinstates Peter

Having denied Jesus three times, Peter is asked three times by Jesus about his love for Him. (John 21:1-25)

Having denied Jesus three times, Peter is asked three times by Jesus about his love for Him.

John 21:1-25

Contributed by Arabs for Christ

Amazing breakfast

The risen Jesus cooks breakfast on the shore of Galilee for His disciples. (John 21:1-14)

The risen Jesus cooks breakfast on the shore of Galilee for His disciples.

John 21:1-14

Contributed by Lambsongs: Jill Kemp and Richard Gunther

The Great Commission

Jesus commissions His disciples to make disciples of all nations. (Matthew 28:16-19)

Jesus commissions His disciples to make disciples of all nations.

Matthew 28:16-19

Contributed by Good News Productions, International

Jesus ascends to heaven

Jesus instructs His disciples then ascends to heaven. (Luke 24:44-49, Acts 1:10-11)

Jesus instructs His disciples then ascends to heaven.

Luke 24:44-49, Acts 1:10-11

Contributed by Good News Productions, International

Gospel overview

The journeys of Jesus - 11 maps

Eleven maps showing the journeys Jesus took and the places He visited. (Matthew, Mark, Luke, John)

Eleven maps showing the journeys Jesus took and the places He visited.

Matthew, Mark, Luke, John

Contributed by The Bible Journey

Jesus ascends to heaven

Free Bible illustrations at Free Bible images of Jesus ascending to heaven from the Mount of Olives. (Acts 1:1-26)

Jesus ascends to heaven from the Mount of Olives.

Acts 1:1-26

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

The Holy Spirit comes

God sends the promised Holy Spirit at Pentecost. (Acts 2:1-13)

God sends the promised Holy Spirit at Pentecost.

Acts 2:1-13

Contributed by Lambsongs: Jill Kemp and Richard Gunther

The Day of Pentecost

Free Bible illustrations at Free Bible images of the Holy Spirit coming in power on the Day of Pentecost. (Acts 2:1-47)

The Holy Spirit comes in power on the Day of Pentecost.

Acts 2:1-47

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

A lame beggar is healed

Free Bible illustrations at Free Bible images Peter and John meeting a lame man begging outside the Temple and how he ended up walking and jumping and praising God. (Acts 3:1-26)

Peter and John meet a lame man begging outside the Temple who ends up walking and jumping and praising God.

Acts 3:1-26

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Peter & John arrested

Free Bible illustrations at Free Bible images of Peter and John being arrested, brought before the Temple leaders and forbidden to speak about Jesus. (Acts 4:1-37)

Peter and John are arrested, brought before the Temple leaders and forbidden to speak about Jesus.

Acts 4:1-37

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Ananias and Sapphira

Free Bible illustrations at Free Bible images of the shocking incident where Ananias and Sapphira told lies about the money they were giving to God. (Acts 5:1-11)

The shocking incident where Ananias and Sapphira told lies about the money they were giving to God.

Acts 5:1-11

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

The Apostles are persecuted

Free Bible illustrations at Free Bible images of the Apostles continuing to tell others about Jesus despite being imprisoned and beaten. (Acts 5:12-42)

The Apostles continue to tell others about Jesus despite being imprisoned and beaten.

Acts 5:12-42

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Stephen is martyred

Free Bible illustrations at Free Bible images of Stephen being chosen as one of seven deacons and later being stoned to death for speaking about Jesus. (Acts 6-7)

Stephen is chosen as one of seven deacons and is later stoned to death for speaking about Jesus.

Acts 6-7

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Paul becomes a Christian

Jesus speaks to Saul (Paul) as he travels to Damascus to persecute Christians. (Acts 7, 8:1-3, 9:1-31)

Jesus speaks to Saul (Paul) as he travels to Damascus to persecute Christians.

Acts 7, 8:1-3, 9:1-31

Contributed by Basic Training Bible Ministries

Philip and Simon the sorceror

Free Bible illustrations at Free Bible images of Philip preaching in Samaria and the conversion of Simon the sorceror. (Acts 8:1-25)

Philip preaching in Samaria and the conversion of Simon the sorceror.

Acts 8:1-25

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Philip and the Ethiopian official

Free Bible illustrations at Free Bible images of Philip explaining the prophecy of Isaiah to an Ethiopian official who asks to be baptised. (Acts 8:26-40)

Philip explains the prophecy of Isaiah to an Ethiopian official who asks to be baptised.

Acts 8:26-40

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Saul sees the light

Saul becomes a Christian after Jesus spoke to him on the way to Damascus. (Acts 9:1-8)

Saul becomes a Christian after Jesus spoke to him on the way to Damascus.

Acts 9:1-8

Contributed by Lambsongs: Jill Kemp and Richard Gunther

The conversion of Saul (Paul)

Free Bible illustrations at Free Bible images of Jesus appearing to Saul (Paul) as he travelled to Damascus to arrest the Christians there. (Acts 9:1-31)

Jesus appears to Saul (Paul) as he travels to Damascus to arrest the Christians there.

Acts 9:1-31

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Peter and Aeneas

Free Bible illustrations at Free Bible images of Peter meeting Aeneas, who had been bedridden for 8 years, and healing him in the name of Jesus. (Acts 9:32-35)

Peter meets Aeneas, who had been bedridden for 8 years, and heals him in the name of Jesus.

Acts 9:32-35

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Tabitha (Dorcas) is raised to life

Free Bible illustrations at Free Bible images of a kind woman Tabitha, also known as Dorcas, who died but when Peter prayed was miraculously raised to life. (Acts 9:36-43)

A kind woman Tabitha, also known as Dorcas, dies, but when Peter prays is miraculously raised to life.

Acts 9:36-43

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Dorcas

When kind Dorcas dies, Peter prays to God for help. (Acts 9:36-43)

When kind Dorcas dies, Peter prays to God for help.

Acts 9:36-43

Contributed by Lambsongs: Jill Kemp and Richard Gunther

Peter tells Cornelius about Jesus

When Cornelius, a Roman Centurion, has a vision of an angel and Peter has a vision of unclean animals being made clean, it results in the first Gentiles becoming Christians. (Acts 10:1-48)

When Cornelius, a Roman Centurion, has a vision of an angel and Peter has a vision of unclean animals being made clean, it results in the first Gentiles becoming Christians.

Acts 10:1-48

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Peter's miraculous escape from prison

When Peter is put is prison, Christians meeting to pray cannot believe it when God miraculously releases him. (Acts 12:1-24)

When Peter is put is prison, Christians meeting to pray cannot believe it when God miraculously releases him.

Acts 12:1-24

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Paul in Cyprus

God calls Paul and Barnabas on their first missionary trip. (Acts 13:1-49)

God calls Paul and Barnabas on their first missionary trip.

Acts 13:1-49

Contributed by YoMinistry.com

Paul and Barnabas visit Cyprus

Paul's first missionary journey. Paul and Barnabas visit Cyprus. (Acts 13:1-12)

Paul's first missionary journey. Paul and Barnabas visit Cyprus.

Acts 13:1-12

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Paul and Barnabas in Antioch and Iconium

Paul's first missionary journey. Paul and Barnabas visit Antioch and Iconium. (Acts 13:13-14:7)

Paul's first missionary journey. Paul and Barnabas visit Antioch and Iconium.

Acts 13:13-14:7

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Paul And Barnabas In Turkey

Paul and Barnabas visit Iconium, Lystra and Derbe. (Acts 14:1-26)

Paul and Barnabas visit Iconium, Lystra and Derbe.

Acts 14:1-26

Contributed by YoMinistry.com

Paul and Barnabas In Lystra and Derbe

Paul's first missionary journey. Paul and Barnabas visit Lystra and Derbe. (Acts 14:8-28)

Paul's first missionary journey. Paul and Barnabas visit Lystra and Derbe.

Acts 14:8-28

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

The Council of Jerusalem

The council of Jerusalem decide how the Gentile Christians should view Jewish laws. (Acts 15:1-35)

The council of Jerusalem decide how the Gentile Christians should view Jewish laws.

Acts 15:1-35

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Paul and the earthquake

Paul is imprisoned in Philippi but when an earthquake strikes it leads to the jailor becoming a Christian. (Acts 15:30-16:40)

Paul is imprisoned in Philippi but when an earthquake strikes it leads to the jailor becoming a Christian.

Acts 15:30-16:40

Contributed by YoMinistry.com

Paul and Silas travel to Philippi

Paul and Silas are guided to Philippi where they meet Lydia. (Acts 15:36 - 16:15)

Paul and Silas are guided to Philippi where they meet Lydia.

Acts 15:36 - 16:15

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

The Jailor who became a Christian

Paul and Silas are unjustly imprisoned in Philippi but when an earthquake strikes the jailor becomes a Christian. (Acts 16:16-40)

Paul and Silas are unjustly imprisoned in Philippi but when an earthquake strikes the jailor becomes a Christian.

Acts 16:16-40

Contributed by Rev. Henry Martin

Paul and Silas sing in jail

Paul and Silas praise God in prison and when a earthquake sets them free they tell the Jailor about Jesus. (Acts 16:16-40)

Paul and Silas praise God in prison and when a earthquake sets them free they tell the Jailor about Jesus.

Acts 16:16-40

Contributed by Lambsongs: Jill Kemp and Richard Gunther

Paul and Silas in Prison

Paul and Silas praise God in prison and an earthquake strikes. (Acts 16:16-40)

Paul and Silas praise God in prison and an earthquake strikes.

Acts 16:16-40

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Paul in Thessalonica and Berea

Paul and Silas are forced out of Thessalonica by a mob but the people in Berea listen carefully. (Acts 17:1-15)

Paul and Silas are forced out of Thessalonica by a mob but the people in Berea listen carefully.

Acts 17:1-15

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Paul in Athens

Paul talks with the people of Athens about an 'Unknown God'. (Acts 17:16-34)

Paul talks with the people of Athens about an 'Unknown God'.

Acts 17:16-34

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Paul in Corinth

Paul works with Priscilla and Aquila as a tent-maker while sharing the gospel in Corinth. (Acts 18:1-18)

Paul works with Priscilla and Aquila as a tent-maker while sharing the gospel in Corinth.

Acts 18:1-18

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Paul returns to Antioch

Paul returns to Antioch via Ephesus and Jerusalem. (Acts 18:19-28)

Paul returns to Antioch via Ephesus and Jerusalem.

Acts 18:19-28

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Paul in Ephesus

Paul preaches in Ephesus and many repent and burn their books on magic. (Acts 19:1-41)

Paul preaches in Ephesus and many repent and burn their books on magic.

Acts 19:1-41

Contributed by YoMinistry.com

Paul in Ephesus

Paul arrives in Ephesus. Those who become Christians burn their books on the occult. (Acts 19:1-22)

Paul arrives in Ephesus. Those who become Christians burn their books on the occult.

Acts 19:1-22

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Silversmiths in Ephesus riot against 'The Way'

Silversmiths in Ephesus riot as people turn to Christ.  (Acts 19:23-41)

Silversmiths in Ephesus riot as people turn to Christ.

Acts 19:23-41

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Paul returns via Troas and Miletus

As Paul speaks, Eutychus gets drowsy and falls from a third storey window. (Acts 20:1-38)

As Paul speaks, Eutychus gets drowsy and falls from a third storey window.

Acts 20:1-38

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Sleepy Eutychus

When Paul preaches for a long time, a young man falls asleep and topples out of a third storey window. (Acts 20:6-12)

When Paul preaches for a long time, a young man falls asleep and topples out of a third storey window.

Acts 20:6-12

Contributed by Richard Gunther

Paul in bondage

Paul is arrested in Jerusalem and held as a prisoner in Caesarea before being sent for trial in Rome. (Acts 21-26)

Paul is arrested in Jerusalem and held as a prisoner in Caesarea before being sent for trial in Rome.

Acts 21-26

Contributed by YoMinistry.com

Paul warned not to go to Jerusalem

The prophet Agabus warns Paul not to go to Jerusalem. (Acts 21:1-26)

The prophet Agabus warns Paul not to go to Jerusalem.

Acts 21:1-26

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Paul arrested in Jerusalem

Paul is falsely accused and arrested in Jerusalem.  (Acts 21:27-23:35)

Paul is falsely accused and arrested in Jerusalem.

Acts 21:27-23:35

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Paul's trial before Felix

Paul faces trial before Roman Governor Felix. (Acts 24:1-27)

Paul faces trial before Roman Governor Felix.

Acts 24:1-27

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Paul's trial before Festus and Agrippa

Paul's trial before Festus and Agrippa. (Acts 25:1-26:32 )

Paul's trial before Festus and Agrippa.

Acts 25:1-26:32

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Paul is shipwrecked

Paul is shipwrecked on his way to Rome. (Acts 27:1-44)

Paul is shipwrecked on his way to Rome.

Acts 27:1-44

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Paul is shipwrecked

Paul is shipwrecked but all on board make it safely ashore. (Acts 27:1-44)

Paul is shipwrecked but all on board make it safely ashore.

Acts 27:1-44

Contributed by Lambsongs: Jill Kemp and Richard Gunther

Paul and the snake

God protects Paul when he is bitten by a poisonous snake. (Acts 28:1-10)

God protects Paul when he is bitten by a poisonous snake.

Acts 28:1-10

Contributed by Lambsongs: Jill Kemp and Richard Gunther

Paul arrives in Rome

Paul is bitten by a snake but survives and gets to Rome. (Acts 28:1-31)

Paul is bitten by a snake but survives and gets to Rome.

Acts 28:1-31

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Paul in the storm

God rescues Paul from a shipwreck and a snake bite. (Acts 27-28:10)

God rescues Paul from a shipwreck and a snake bite.

Acts 27-28:10

Contributed by YoMinistry.com

Alive! Many people see Jesus

An account of the many people who saw Jesus after His resurrection. (1 Corinthians 15:6)

An account of the many people who saw Jesus after His resurrection.

1 Corinthians 15:6

Contributed by Lambsongs: Jill Kemp and Richard Gunther

Paul the soldier - suffers for his faith

Paul explains the suffering he has endured for being a soldier for Christ. (2 Corinthians 11:23-27)

Paul explains the suffering he has endured for being a soldier for Christ.

2 Corinthians 11:23-27

Contributed by Basic Training Bible Ministries

The Armour of a Christian

Paul likens the protection and weapons a Christian has in spiritual warfare to that of a Roman soldier. (Ephesians 6:10-20)

Paul likens the protection and weapons a Christian has in spiritual warfare to that of a Roman soldier.

Ephesians 6:10-20

Contributed by Rev. Yves Langevin

Put on God's armour

The armour a Roman soldier wore can help us understand how to live for God. (Ephesians 6:10-20)

The armour a Roman soldier wore can help us understand how to live for God.

Ephesians 6:10-20

Contributed by Lambsongs: Jill Kemp and Richard Gunther

Paul's last days

The final events in Paul's life pulled together from the clues in letters to Timothy and Titus. (1 Timothy, 2 Timothy, Titus)

The final events in Paul's life pulled together from the clues in letters to Timothy and Titus.

1 Timothy, 2 Timothy, Titus

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Onesimus the runaway slave

Onesimus, a slave, steals from his master Philemon then runs away. After meeting Paul in prison he returns to ask forgiveness. (Philemon)

Onesimus, a slave, steals from his master Philemon then runs away. After meeting Paul in prison he returns to ask forgiveness.

Philemon

Contributed by Helen Reason

Great Faith - Part 1: Creation - Noah

Hebrews 11 is a chapter listing some of the great heroes of faith. This section looks at Abel, Enoch and Noah. (Hebrews 11:1-7)

Hebrews 11 is a chapter listing some of the great heroes of faith. This section looks at Abel, Enoch and Noah.

Hebrews 11:1-7

Contributed by René Pfitzner

Great faith - Part 2: Abraham

Hebrews 11 is a chapter listing some of the great heroes of faith. This section looks at Abraham. (Hebrews 11:8-19)

Hebrews 11 is a chapter listing some of the great heroes of faith. This section looks at Abraham.

Hebrews 11:8-19

Contributed by René Pfitzner

Great Faith - Part 3: Isaac - Rahab

The faith shown by Isaac, Jacob, Moses, Joshua and Rahab. (Hebrews 11:20-31)

The faith shown by Isaac, Jacob, Moses, Joshua and Rahab.

Hebrews 11:20-31

Contributed by René Pfitzner

Great Faith - Part 4: Gideon - The Prophets

Hebrews 11 is a chapter listing some of the great heroes of faith. This section looks at Gideon through to the prophets. (Hebrews 11:32-40)

Hebrews 11 is a chapter listing some of the great heroes of faith. This section looks at Gideon through to the prophets.

Hebrews 11:32-40

Contributed by René Pfitzner

Great Faith - Part 5: Running the race

Running the race of faith with our eyes on Jesus. (Hebrews 12:1-3)

Running the race of faith with our eyes on Jesus.

Hebrews 12:1-3

Contributed by René Pfitzner

Maps: Seven churches of Revelation

Maps showing the locations of the seven churches mentioned in Revelation. (Revelation 1:9-3:22)

Maps showing the locations of the seven churches mentioned in Revelation.

Revelation 1:9-3:22

Contributed by FreeBibleimages

Christmas Story Clip Art

Clip art you can use to create your own Christmas Story scenes. There is a download option in PNG format with transparent backgrounds. (Bible overview)

Clip art you can use to create your own Christmas Story scenes. There is a download option in PNG format with transparent backgrounds.

Bible overview

Contributed by Ian and Sue Coate, FreeChristianIllustrations.com

Maps of Edom

Maps of the land of Edom in the Old Testament era. (Bible overview)

Maps of the land of Edom in the Old Testament era.

Bible overview

Contributed by FreeBibleimages

Bible Characters: Men - Group 1

Clip art Bible characters you can use to create your own slides or scenes. There is a download option in PNG format with transparent backgrounds. (Bible overview)

Clip art Bible characters you can use to create your own slides or scenes. There is a download option in PNG format with transparent backgrounds.

Bible overview

Contributed by Ian and Sue Coate, FreeChristianIllustrations.com

Bible characters: Kings, Queens and Rulers

Clip art Bible characters you can use to create your own slides or scenes. There is a download option in PNG format with transparent backgrounds. (Bible overview)

Clip art Bible characters you can use to create your own slides or scenes. There is a download option in PNG format with transparent backgrounds.

Bible overview

Contributed by Ian and Sue Coate, FreeChristianIllustrations.com

Bible characters: Women and babies

Clip art Bible characters you can use to create your own slides or scenes. There is a download option in PNG format with transparent backgrounds. (Bible overview)

Clip art Bible characters you can use to create your own slides or scenes. There is a download option in PNG format with transparent backgrounds.

Bible overview

Contributed by Ian and Sue Coate, FreeChristianIllustrations.com

Bible characters: Men - Group 2

Clip art Bible characters you can use to create your own slides or scenes. There is a download option in PNG format with transparent backgrounds. (Bible overview)

Clip art Bible characters you can use to create your own slides or scenes. There is a download option in PNG format with transparent backgrounds.

Bible overview

Contributed by Ian and Sue Coate, FreeChristianIllustrations.com

Bible maps of Israel and the Middle East

A useful set of maps showing key regions mentioned in the Bible. (Bible overview)

A useful set of maps showing key regions mentioned in the Bible.

Bible overview

Contributed by Society of Biblical Literature

Maps - Israel in the Old Testament era

Maps of Israel and its regions in the Old Testament era. (Bible overview)

Maps of Israel and its regions in the Old Testament era.

Bible overview

Contributed by Biblos.com (Bible Hub)

Maps - Israel in the New Testament era

Maps of Israel and its regions in the New Testament era. (Bible overview)

Maps of Israel and its regions in the New Testament era.

Bible overview

Contributed by Biblos.com (Bible Hub)

Maps - Egypt and the Sinai Peninsular

Maps of Egypt and the Sinai Peninsular. (Bible overview)

Maps of Egypt and the Sinai Peninsular.

Bible overview

Contributed by Biblos.com (Bible Hub)

Maps - Mesopotamia, Babylon and Assyria

Maps of Ancient Mesopotamia, Babylon and Assyria. (Bible overview)

Maps of Ancient Mesopotamia, Babylon and Assyria.

Bible overview

Contributed by Biblos.com (Bible Hub)

God's promise of redemption

The History of the Bible in 70 images that point to Jesus and God's promise of Redemption. You can download a story planner with brief overview text or one with the full Bible passages for each image. (Bible overview)

The History of the Bible in 70 images that point to Jesus and God's promise of Redemption. You can download a story planner with brief overview text or one with the full Bible passages for each image.

Bible overview

Contributed by New Harvest Ministries International Inc

Bible clip art: Easter

Clip art Bible characters and objects you can use to create your Easter story slides or scenes. There is a download option in PNG format with transparent backgrounds. (Bible overview)

Clip art Bible characters and objects you can use to create your Easter story slides or scenes. There is a download option in PNG format with transparent backgrounds.

Bible overview

Contributed by Ian and Sue Coate, FreeChristianIllustrations.com

Ten minute guide to the Old Testament: Part 2

Part 2 of an overview of the Old Testament - King Solomon to John the Baptist. (Bible overview)

Part 2 of an overview of the Old Testament - King Solomon to John the Baptist.

Bible overview

Contributed by The Glory Story

Bible clip art: Buildings and structures

Clip art you can use to create your own Bible story slides or scenes. There is a download option in PNG format with transparent backgrounds. (Bible overview)

Clip art you can use to create your own Bible story slides or scenes. There is a download option in PNG format with transparent backgrounds.

Bible overview

Contributed by Ian and Sue Coate, FreeChristianIllustrations.com

Ten minute guide to the Old Testament: Part 1

Part 1 of an overview of the Old Testament - Creation to King Solomon. (Bible overview)

Part 1 of an overview of the Old Testament - Creation to King Solomon.

Bible overview

Contributed by The Glory Story

Maps - Regions visited by the Apostle Paul

Maps of regions visited by the Apostle Paul. (Bible overview)

Maps of regions visited by the Apostle Paul.

Bible overview

Contributed by Biblos.com (Bible Hub)

Bible characters: Soldiers and guards

Clip art you can use to create your own Bible Story scenes. There is a download option in PNG format with transparent backgrounds. (Bible overview)

Clip art you can use to create your own Bible Story scenes. There is a download option in PNG format with transparent backgrounds.

Bible overview

Contributed by Ian and Sue Coate, FreeChristianIllustrations.com

Bible characters: Prophets and Teachers

Multi-purpose illustrations of Prophets and Teachers in the Bible with space to add your own text. (Bible overview)

Multi-purpose illustrations of Prophets and Teachers in the Bible with space to add your own text.

Bible overview

Contributed by John Heseltine and Pam Masco

Bible characters: Young men

Multi-purpose illustrations of young men in the Bible with space to add your own text. (Bible overview)

Multi-purpose illustrations of young men in the Bible with space to add your own text.

Bible overview

Contributed by John Heseltine and Pam Masco

Bible characters: Older Men

A collection of Bible characters that can represent almost any older man in the Bible. (Bible overview)

A collection of Bible characters that can represent almost any older man in the Bible.

Bible overview

Contributed by John Heseltine and Pam Masco

Bible characters: Priests, Levites and Teachers

A collection of Bible characters that can be used to represent almost any religious leader in Bible times. (Bible overview)

A collection of Bible characters that can be used to represent almost any religious leader in Bible times.

Bible overview

Contributed by John Heseltine and Pam Masco

Bible characters: Women

Multi-purpose illustrations of woman from the Bible with space to add your teaching points or verses. (Bible overview)

Multi-purpose illustrations of woman from the Bible with space to add your teaching points or verses.

Bible overview

Contributed by John Heseltine and Pam Masco

Bible characters: Kings, Queens and Officials

Multi-purpose illustrations of Kings, Queens and Officials of the Biblical era with space to add your own text. (Bible overview)

Multi-purpose illustrations of Kings, Queens and Officials of the Biblical era with space to add your own text.

Bible overview

Contributed by John Heseltine and Pam Masco

Blank relief maps of regions of Israel

A blank set of relief maps showing regions of Israel to which you can add locations as needed. (Bible overview)

A blank set of relief maps showing regions of Israel to which you can add locations as needed.

Bible overview

Contributed by FreeBibleimages

Blank satellite maps of Israel and Middle East

A blank set of satellite maps of Israel at different angles and inclines to which you can add locations as needed. (Bible overview)

A blank set of satellite maps of Israel at different angles and inclines to which you can add locations as needed.

Bible overview

Contributed by FreeBibleimages

Maps: Jerusalem in the time of Jesus

Maps showing topography of Jerusalem and key sites in the time of Jesus. (Bible overview)

Maps showing topography of Jerusalem and key sites in the time of Jesus.

Bible overview

Contributed by FreeBibleimages

Bible clip art: Animals

Animals you can use to create your own Bible story scenes. (Bible overview)

Animals you can use to create your own Bible story scenes.

Bible overview

Contributed by Ian and Sue Coate, FreeChristianIllustrations.com
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