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God creates the universe, our world and all the life in it.
Genesis 1 - 2Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Adam and Eve disobey God and face the consequences.
Genesis 3Contributed by Sweet Publishing
When Abel has his sacrifice accepted by God but Cain has his rejected, Cain cannot control his anger and murders his brother.
Genesis 4:1-15Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Noah building the Ark and the great flood.
Genesis 6:9 - 9:17Contributed by Sweet Publishing
The Tower of Babel.
Genesis 11:1-9Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Abraham is called by God to move to the land of Canaan.
Genesis 11:27 - 13:4Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Abraham and Lot sort out a dispute over grazing land by choosing new places in Canaan to live.
Genesis 13Contributed by Sweet Publishing
God's promise to Abram (Abraham) to make him the father of a great nation.
Genesis 15Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Ishmael is born to Abram (Abraham) by Hagar.
Genesis 16Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Abraham entertains three strangers and pleads with the Lord over the impending destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah.
Genesis 18Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Lot's rescue as Sodom and Gomorrah are destroyed.
Genesis 19:1-29Contributed by Sweet Publishing
The miraculous birth of Isaac to Abraham and Sarah and how God tested Abraham's faith.
Genesis 21:1-7, 22:1-19Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Abraham sends his servant to find a wife for Isaac.
Genesis 24:1-66Contributed by Sweet Publishing
A famished Esau sells his birthright to get a bowl of lentil stew.
Genesis 25:19-34Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Jacob deceives Isaac into giving him Esau's blessing.
Genesis 27:1-28:5Contributed by Sweet Publishing
God speaks to Jacob in a dream.
Genesis 28:1-22Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Jacob is deceived by Laban into marrying Leah instead of Rachel.
Genesis 29:1-35Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Jacob returns to Canaan but Laban chases after him.
Genesis 30:1 - 31:55Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Jacob wrestles with a stranger then faces a meeting with Esau.
Genesis 32:1 - 35:28Contributed by Sweet Publishing
When Joseph is given an ornamental robe then dreams about his family bowing to him, his brothers become angry.
Genesis 37:1-11Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Joseph is sold into slavery by his brothers for 20 pieces of silver.
Genesis 37:12-36Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Potiphar puts Joseph in charge of his house but then jails him after his wife makes false accusations.
Genesis 39:1-20Contributed by Sweet Publishing
When Pharaoh's baker and cup bearer are imprisoned, Joseph interprets their dreams.
Genesis 40:1-23Contributed by Sweet Publishing
When Pharaoh has two disturbing dreams, Joseph is released from prison to interpret them.
Genesis 41:1-26Contributed by Sweet Publishing
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 41:47-57Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Jacob sends his sons, except Benjamin, down to Egypt to buy grain and they appear before Joseph whom they do not recognise.
Genesis 42:1-38Contributed by Sweet Publishing
When his brothers return to Egypt for more grain, Joseph reveals his identity to them.
Genesis 43-46Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Baby Moses is rescued from Pharaoh's death sentence.
Exodus 1:8 - 2:10Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Moses as the Prince of Egypt.
Exodus 2:11-23Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Moses and the Burning Bush.
Exodus 3 - 4Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Moses and Aaron go to Pharaoh.
Exodus 4:29 - 7:16Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Moses and the first seven plagues God sent on Egypt.
Exodus 7 - 9Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Moses and the final three plagues God sent on Egypt.
Exodus 10 - 12Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Moses and the Red Sea crossing.
Exodus 13:7 - 15:21Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Moses and how God provided food and water in the desert.
Exodus 15:22 - 17:7Contributed by Sweet Publishing
The Israelites struggle against the Amalekites as Moses prays.
Exodus 17:18-16Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Moses on Mount Sinai receiving the 10 Commandments and other laws from God.
Exodus 19 - 24Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Moses and the building of the Tabernacle.
Exodus 25 - 40Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Moses and the golden calf.
Exodus 32Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Twelve spies sent into Canaan report back.
Numbers 13:1-14:45Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Moses see the Promised Land then dies and Joshua takes command.
Deuteronomy 31-34, Joshua 1:1-9Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Joshua sending two spies into Jericho and the part Rahab played in helping them.
Joshua 2:1-24Contributed by Sweet Publishing
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 - 4:24Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Joshua follows God's battle plan for taking the city of Jericho.
Joshua 6:1-27Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Achan disobeys and the army are defeated at Ai.
Joshua 7:1-26Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Joshua sets an ambush to conquer Ai .
Joshua 8:1-35Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Joshua is deceived into making a treaty with the Gibeonites.
Joshua 9:1-27Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Joshua prays for more daylight to win the battle.
Joshua 10:1-43Contributed by Sweet Publishing
When the tribes east of the River Jordan build an altar it nearly causes war.
Joshua 18:1 - 22:34Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Before he dies, Joshua challenges the 12 tribes to obey God
Joshua 23:1 - 24:33Contributed by Sweet Publishing
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 4-5Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Gideon asks for a sign that God will help him fight the Midianites.
Judges 6:1-40Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Gideon takes on the Midianites with just 300 men.
Judges 7:1-25Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Gideon persues the fleeing Midianites.
Judges 8:1-35Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Samson sets a riddle for his wedding guests.
Judges 13:1-14:20Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Samson shows his strength against the Philistines.
Judges 15:1-20Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Samson in a moment of weakness shares the secret of his strength.
Judges 16:4-31Contributed by Sweet Publishing
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 1Contributed by Sweet Publishing
On returning to Bethlehem, Ruth goes gathering grain in the fields of Boaz who protects and provides for her.
Ruth 2Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Boaz takes on the responsibility of a guardian-redeemer and marries Ruth.
Ruth 3 - 4Contributed by Sweet Publishing
When Hannah prays for a child she promises she will give him back to God.
1 Samuel 1:1-28Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Young Samuel thinks Eli is calling him but it is God's voice he hears in the night.
1 Samuel 2:1-4:22Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Samuel anoints Saul as the first King of Israel.
1 Samuel 8:1-10:27Contributed by Sweet Publishing
King Saul defeats the Amalekites but disobeys God's command.
1 Samuel 15:1-35Contributed by Sweet Publishing
The Prophet Samuel anoints Jesse's youngest son, David, as the next King of Israel
1 Samuel 16:1-23Contributed by Sweet Publishing
The young David, believing God will bring him victory, takes on the Philistine giant Goliath.
1 Samuel 17:1-58Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Jonathan and David promise loyalty and friendship.
1 Samuel 18:1-20:42Contributed by Sweet Publishing
David spares King Saul's life.
1 Samuel 22:1-2, 23:1 - 24:22Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Saul disobeys God and foolishly consults a witch before his final battle.
1 Samuel 28:31, 2 Samuel 1:1-2:7Contributed by Sweet Publishing
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, 15Contributed by Sweet Publishing
David shows kindness to Mephibosheth the disabled son of Jonathan.
2 Samuel 9:1-13Contributed by Sweet Publishing
When David's messengers are humiliated by the Ammonites battle commences.
2 Samuel 10:1-19Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Nathan the prophet confronts David after he commits adultery and murder.
2 Samuel 11:1-12:25Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Absalom leads a rebellion against King David.
2 Samuel 15:1 - 18:33Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Adonijah plots to become king but David chooses Solomon to succeed him.
1 Kings 1 - 2Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Solomon shows God-given wisdom in a dispute where two mothers claim the same baby.
1 Kings 3, 1 Chronicles 1Contributed by Sweet Publishing
King Solomon builds the temple that King David had planned.
1 Kings 5 - 9, 2 Chronicles 2 - 7Contributed by Sweet Publishing
When Rehoboam becomes King, ten tribes rebel and choose Jeroboam to rule over them.
1 Kings 11-12, 2 Chronicles 9:29 - 11:4Contributed by Sweet Publishing
King Asa asks God for help when the Cushites attack.
1 Kings 15:9-15, 2 Chronicles 14:1-15:19Contributed by Sweet Publishing
King Asa tries to buy support instead of trusting God.
1 Kings 15:16-24, 2 Chronicles 16:1-13Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Ravens feed Elijah as he hides from King Ahab in the Kerith ravine.
1 Kings 17:1-9Contributed by Sweet Publishing
God provides a widow with oil and flour to feed Elijah then, when her son dies, raises him back to life.
1 Kings 17:7-18:1Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Elijah invites the prophets of Baal to a contest on Mount Carmel.
1 Kings 18:1-40Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Elijah prays seven times for God to send rain.
1 Kings 18:41-46Contributed by Sweet Publishing
King Ahab wants Naboth's vineyard and his wife Jezebel schemes to get it for him.
1 Kings 21:1-29Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Jehoshaphat acts on the advice of false prophets rather than the warning from a prophet of God.
1 Kings 22:1-40, 2 Chronicles 18:1-34Contributed by Sweet Publishing
King Jehoshaphat encourages the nation to live by God's laws.
1 Kings 22:41-47, 2 Chronicles 17:1-19Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Elijah is taken up to heaven in a fiery chariot and his mantle falls to Elisha.
2 Kings 2:1-17Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Elisha prays and a dead boy comes back to life.
2 Kings 4:8-37Contributed by Sweet Publishing
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 5:1-27Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Joash becomes king of Judah at the age of seven with the help of Jehoiada the priest.
2 Kings 11:1 - 12:21Contributed by Sweet Publishing
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 - 37Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Evil King Manasseh is imprisoned, humbles himself before God, repents and is restored.
2 Kings 21:1-18, 2 Chronicles 33:1-20Contributed by Sweet Publishing
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 - 35:27Contributed by Sweet Publishing
When Baruch writes the prophecies God gave Jeremiah on a scroll, King Jehoiakim burns it.
2 Kings 23:28-24:20, Jeremiah 36:1-32Contributed by Sweet Publishing
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 38:1-40:6Contributed by Sweet Publishing
King Abijar is outnumbered by Jeroboam's army but trusts God for victory.
2 Chronicles 13:1-22Contributed by Sweet Publishing
King Jehoshaphat turns to God for help and wins the battle without having to fight.
2 Chronicles 20:1-37Contributed by Sweet Publishing
The prophet Oded warns against the capture of women and children prisoners.
2 Chronicles 28:1-14Contributed by Sweet Publishing
The Jews return to Jerusalem and lay the foundations to rebuild the Temple.
Ezra 1-3Contributed by Sweet Publishing
The Temple is rebuilt despite opposition and delays.
Ezra 4-6Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Ezra returns to Jerusalem to encourage people to obey God's laws.
Ezra 7-10Contributed by Sweet Publishing
When Nehemiah learns that the walls of Jerusalem have not been rebuilt he asks God for the opportunity to take on the task.
Nehemiah 1-2Contributed by Sweet Publishing
As the walls of Jerusalem are rebuilt Nehemiah has to overcome threats, plots and opposition to the work.
Nehemiah 3-6Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Xerxes, King of the Medes and Persians, appoints a beautiful Jewish woman, Esther, as Queen.
Esther 1-3Contributed by Sweet Publishing
The Queen Esther and the Jews pray and fast to be delivered from the death sentence imposed on them by Haman.
Esther 4-6Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Queen Esther takes action to bring about the demise of Haman and deliver the Jews from their enemies.
Esther 7-9Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Job is afflicted by adversity and his friends comment on his suffering.
JobContributed by Sweet Publishing
An introduction to the Psalms of David.
Psalms 8, 9, 23, 51, 70, 119Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Ezekiel has a vision and is called to be God's messenger to the captive Jews in Babylon.
Ezekiel 1:1 - 3:27Contributed by Sweet Publishing
God shows Ezekiel a vision in which a valley of dry bones comes to life.
Ezekiel 37:1-14Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Daniel and his friends refuse to eat foods that God had forbidden.
Daniel 1:1-21Contributed by Sweet Publishing
God reveals Nebuchadnezzar's dream and its meaning to Daniel.
Daniel 2:1-49Contributed by Sweet Publishing
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 3:1-30Contributed by Sweet Publishing
God writes on the wall His judgement of King Belshazzar.
Daniel 5:1-31Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Daniel is thrown into the lions' den after refusing to stop praying to God.
Daniel 6:1-28Contributed by Sweet Publishing
God promises Zechariah and Elizabeth a son but Zechariah's doubts result in him becoming dumb.
Luke 1:5-25, Luke 1:57-80Contributed by Sweet Publishing
An angel tells Mary and then Joseph of the birth of God's Son, Jesus.
Matthew 1:18-24, Luke 1:26-56, Luke 2:1-7Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Wise Men from the East follow a star to find Jesus.
Matthew 2:1-14Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Angels announce the birth of Jesus to shepherds.
Luke 2:8-20Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Simeon and Anna meet baby Jesus and rejoice they have seen the Saviour God promised.
Luke 2:21-40Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Jesus, aged 12, is found in the Temple asking and answering questions.
Luke 2:41-52Contributed by Sweet Publishing
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 4:31-44Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Jesus heals a man with a withered hand on the Sabbath day.
Matthew 12:1-14, Mark 3:1-6, Luke 6:1-11Contributed by Sweet Publishing
A paralysed man is forgiven and healed by Jesus after being lowered through the roof.
Mark 2:2-12, Luke 5:17-26Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Jesus performs his first miracle, changing water to wine, at a wedding in Cana.
John 2:1-12Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Jesus heals the servant of a Centurion.
Matthew 8:5-13, Luke 7:2-9Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Jesus calms a storm on Lake Galilee.
Matthew 8:23-27, Mark 4:35-41, Luke 8:22-25Contributed by Sweet Publishing
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 8:40-56Contributed by Sweet Publishing
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 6:1-13Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Jesus walks on water and Peter attempts to do the same.
Matthew 14:22-36, Mark 6:45-56, John 6:16-24Contributed by Sweet Publishing
When a blind beggar cries out to Jesus those around him tell him to be quiet but Jesus stops to heal him.
Luke 18:35-43Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Jesus heals a man in Jerusalem who was born blind.
John 9:1-41Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Jesus heals a boy who has been made dumb by an evil-spirit.
Matthew 17:14-21, Mark 9:14-29, Luke 9:37-42Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Jesus heals 10 men with leprosy but only one returns to say 'Thank You'.
Luke 17:11-18Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Jesus raises Lazarus to life.
John 11:1-57Contributed by Sweet Publishing
John baptises Jesus.
Matthew 3:1-17, Mark 1:1-11, Luke 3:1-22, John 1:6-34Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Jesus faces temptation by Satan.
Matthew 4:1-11, Luke 4:1-14Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Parables of Mustard Seed, Yeast, Hidden Treasure and Pearl.
Matthew 13:31-33, 44-45, Mark 2:14-17, Luke 5:27-32Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Jesus invites Matthew the Tax Collector to be His disciple.
Mark 2:14-17, Luke 5:27-32Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Jesus is rejected in Nazareth after claiming to be the Messiah.
Luke 4:14-30Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Andrew introduces Peter to Jesus. Philip and Nathanael meet Jesus.
John 1:28-51Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Jesus talks with a Samaritan woman at Sychar who comes to draw water from the well.
John 4:1-42Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Jesus changes a troubled man who self-harmed and lived among the tombs.
Matthew 8:28-34, Mark 5:5-20, Luke 8:26-39Contributed by Sweet Publishing
The parable of the sower that Jesus taught.
Matthew 13:1-23, Mark 4:1-20, Luke 8:1-15Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Jesus teaches about the Kingdom of Heaven using a parable about weeds (tares) in a field of wheat.
Matthew 13:24-30, Matthew 13:36-43Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Herod Antipas executes John the Baptist.
Matthew 14:1-12, Mark 6:14-29Contributed by Sweet Publishing
When an immoral woman anoints the feet of Jesus at the house of Simon the Pharisee, Jesus teaches about forgiveness.
Luke 7:36-50Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Peter, James and John witness Jesus being transfigured.
Matthew 17:1-13, Mark 9:2-13, Luke 9:28-37Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Jesus's parable of the unforgiving servant.
Matthew 18:21-35Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Jesus sends out his disciples to preach, deliver and heal.
Matthew 10:1-42, Mark 6:7-31, Luke 9:1-10Contributed by Sweet Publishing
After a rich man questions Jesus about eternal life he walks away feeling sad.
Matthew 19:16-30, Mark 10:17-31, Luke 18:18-30Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Jesus cleanses the Temple of moneychangers and traders.
Matthew 21:12-17, Mark 11:15-19, Luke 19:45-48, John 2:13-24Contributed by Sweet Publishing
When John and James ask for prominence, Jesus teaches about serving with humility.
Mark 10:32-45Contributed by Sweet Publishing
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 10:25-37Contributed by Sweet Publishing
A son is deeply resentful when his father welcomes home his wayward younger brother.
Luke 15:11-32Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Jesus tells his audience of self-righteous listeners a parable about a Pharisee and Tax Collector praying in the Temple.
Luke 18:9-14Contributed by Sweet Publishing
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 19:1-10Contributed by Sweet Publishing
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 12:12-17Contributed by Sweet Publishing
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 20:9-19Contributed by Sweet Publishing
The Pharisees try to trap Jesus with a question about taxes.
Matthew 22:15-22, Mark 12:13-17, Luke 20:20-26Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Jesus talks with his disciples about the destruction of Jerusalem and future events.
Matthew 24:1-35, Mark 13:1-31, Luke 21:5-38Contributed by Sweet Publishing
The widow who gave everything she had.
Mark 12:41-44, Luke 21:1-4Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Mary anoints Jesus with a very expensive oil.
Matthew 26:6-16, Mark 14:1-11, John 12:1-11Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Jesus celebrates the Last Supper with His disciples.
Matthew 26:17-30, Mark 14:12-31, Luke 22:7-39, John 13:1 - 17:26Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Jesus arrested in Gethsemane and Peter denies Jesus.
Matthew 26:30-75, Mark 14:26-72 , Luke 22:31-71, John 18:1-27Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Jesus faces trial before Herod Antipas and Pilate.
Matthew 27:11-26, Mark 15:15-15, Luke 23:1-25, John 18:28-40Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Jesus is crucified and buried in a tomb.
Matthew 27: 27-66, Mark 15:16-47, Luke 23:26-56, John 19:16-42Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Jesus is alive.
Matthew 28:1-10, Mark 16:1-8, Luke 24:1-12, John 20:1-18Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Jesus appears to His disciples.
Mark 16:9-18, Luke 24:33-49, John 20:19-31Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Jesus appears to two disciples as they travel on the road to Emmaus, then He appears to the disciples in a locked room.
Luke 24:13-49Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Jesus ascends to heaven from the Mount of Olives.
Acts 1:1-26Contributed by Sweet Publishing
The Holy Spirit comes in power on the Day of Pentecost.
Acts 2:1-47Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Peter and John meet a lame man begging outside the Temple who ends up walking and jumping and praising God.
Acts 3:1-26Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Peter and John are arrested, brought before the Temple leaders and forbidden to speak about Jesus.
Acts 4:1-37Contributed by Sweet Publishing
The shocking incident where Ananias and Sapphira told lies about the money they were giving to God.
Acts 5:1-11Contributed by Sweet Publishing
The Apostles continue to tell others about Jesus despite being imprisoned and beaten.
Acts 5:12-42Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Stephen is chosen as one of seven deacons and is later stoned to death for speaking about Jesus.
Acts 6-7Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Philip preaching in Samaria and the conversion of Simon the sorceror.
Acts 8:1-25Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Philip explains the prophecy of Isaiah to an Ethiopian official who asks to be baptised.
Acts 8:26-40Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Jesus appears to Saul (Paul) as he travels to Damascus to arrest the Christians there.
Acts 9:1-31Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Peter meets Aeneas, who had been bedridden for 8 years, and heals him in the name of Jesus.
Acts 9:32-35Contributed by Sweet Publishing
A kind woman Tabitha, also known as Dorcas, dies, but when Peter prays is miraculously raised to life.
Acts 9:36-43Contributed by Sweet Publishing
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 10:1-48Contributed by Sweet Publishing
When Peter is put is prison, Christians meeting to pray cannot believe it when God miraculously releases him.
Acts 12:1-24Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Paul's first missionary journey. Paul and Barnabas visit Cyprus.
Acts 13:1-12Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Paul's first missionary journey. Paul and Barnabas visit Antioch and Iconium.
Acts 13:13-14:7Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Paul's first missionary journey. Paul and Barnabas visit Lystra and Derbe.
Acts 14:8-28Contributed by Sweet Publishing
The council of Jerusalem decide how the Gentile Christians should view Jewish laws.
Acts 15:1-35Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Paul and Silas are guided to Philippi where they meet Lydia.
Acts 15:36 - 16:15Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Paul and Silas praise God in prison and an earthquake strikes.
Acts 16:16-40Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Paul and Silas are forced out of Thessalonica by a mob but the people in Berea listen carefully.
Acts 17:1-15Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Paul talks with the people of Athens about an 'Unknown God'.
Acts 17:16-34Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Paul works with Priscilla and Aquila as a tent-maker while sharing the gospel in Corinth.
Acts 18:1-18Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Paul returns to Antioch via Ephesus and Jerusalem.
Acts 18:19-28Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Paul arrives in Ephesus. Those who become Christians burn their books on the occult.
Acts 19:1-22Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Silversmiths in Ephesus riot as people turn to Christ.
Acts 19:23-41Contributed by Sweet Publishing
As Paul speaks, Eutychus gets drowsy and falls from a third storey window.
Acts 20:1-38Contributed by Sweet Publishing
The prophet Agabus warns Paul not to go to Jerusalem.
Acts 21:1-26Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Paul is falsely accused and arrested in Jerusalem.
Acts 21:27-23:35Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Paul faces trial before Roman Governor Felix.
Acts 24:1-27Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Paul's trial before Festus and Agrippa.
Acts 25:1-26:32Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Paul is shipwrecked on his way to Rome.
Acts 27:1-44Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Paul is bitten by a snake but survives and gets to Rome.
Acts 28:1-31Contributed by Sweet Publishing
The final events in Paul's life pulled together from the clues in letters to Timothy and Titus.
1 Timothy, 2 Timothy, TitusContributed by Sweet Publishing