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Joseph interprets Pharaoh's dreams

Joseph interprets Pharaoh's dreams and is appointed the second most powerful ruler in Egypt. (Genesis 41:1-57)

Joseph interprets Pharaoh's dreams and is appointed the second most powerful ruler in Egypt.

Genesis 41:1-57

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Joseph's brothers visit Egypt

Joseph meets his brothers when they visit Egypt to buy grain. (Genesis 41:47-42:38)

Joseph meets his brothers when they visit Egypt to buy grain.

Genesis 41:47-42:38

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Joseph's brothers return to Egypt

Joseph's brothers return to Egypt with Benjamin. (Genesis 43:1 - 45:15)

Joseph's brothers return to Egypt with Benjamin.

Genesis 43:1 - 45:15

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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

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: 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

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

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

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

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

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

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
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