Joseph interprets Pharaoh's dreams and is appointed the second most powerful ruler in Egypt.
Genesis 41:1-57Contributed by FreeBibleimages
Joseph meets his brothers when they visit Egypt to buy grain.
Genesis 41:47-42:38Contributed by FreeBibleimages
Joseph's brothers return to Egypt with Benjamin.
Genesis 43:1 - 45:15Contributed by FreeBibleimages
When Abram deceives Pharaoh it causes all kinds of trouble.
Genesis 12:10-20Contributed by Andrea Rau
Joseph is sold as a slave in Egypt, falsely accused, imprisoned and then interprets Pharaoh's dreams.
Genesis 39 - 41Contributed by Sue Bentley
When Pharaoh has two disturbing dreams, Joseph is released from prison to interpret them.
Genesis 41:1-26Contributed by Sweet Publishing
When Joseph's brothers visit Egypt to buy grain they do not know they are speaking to their missing brother, Joseph.
Genesis 41:41 - 42:38Contributed by Sue Bentley
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
Joseph is reunited with his brothers and his father Jacob who had been told Joseph was dead.
Genesis 43-46Contributed by Sue Bentley
When his brothers return to Egypt for more grain, Joseph reveals his identity to them.
Genesis 43-46Contributed 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
Elijah has a contest with the prophets of Baal on Mount Carmel.
1 Kings 16:29 - 17:1, 18:1-46Contributed by Moody Publishers
God looks after Elijah by sending ravens with food for him.
1 Kings 17:1-7Contributed by Lambsongs: Jill Kemp and Richard Gunther
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, a widow and her son trust God to provide them with flour and oil.
1 Kings 17:8-24Contributed by Lambsongs: Jill Kemp and Richard Gunther
The King wants to execute Elisha when Samaria is under siege.
2 Kings 6:24-7:20Contributed by Arabs for Christ
A son is deeply resentful when his father welcomes home his wayward younger brother.
Luke 15:11-32Contributed 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