Jesus meets Zacchaeus the chief tax collector.
Luke 19:1-10Contributed by LUMO project
Jesus cleanses the Temple by overturning the money changers' tables and drives out those buying and selling.
Matthew 21:12-17, Mark 11:15-19, Luke 19:45-48, John 2:13-24Contributed by LUMO project
The soldiers guarding Jesus' tomb are bribed not to reveal His resurrection.
Matthew 27:62-66, 28:1-15Contributed by LUMO project
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 21:1-21Contributed by Moody Publishers
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 a dishonest tax collector meets Jesus his life is changed.
Luke 19:1-10Contributed by Rev. Henry Martin
Zacchaeus the cheating tax collector meets Jesus and changes his attitude to greed.
Luke 19:1-10Contributed by Lambsongs: Jill Kemp and Richard Gunther
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
Preschool version of the story of Zacchaeus.
Luke 19:1-10Contributed by Sue Bentley
Jesus rides triumphantly in to Jerusalem and then clears the Temple of the dishonest money changers.
Matthew 21:1-17Contributed by Richard Gunther
Jesus clears the Temple of the dishonest traders.
Matthew 21:12-17, Mark 11:15-19, Luke 19:45-48, John 2:13-24Contributed by Rev. Henry Martin
Jesus curses a fig tree and cleans the temple of traders.
Mark 11:12-33Contributed by Good News Productions, International
Peter denies that he knows Jesus three times, and Judas hangs himself.
Matthew 26:69-75, Luke 22:54-62, John 18:15-18, 25-27Contributed by Good News Productions, International