Joseph interprets Pharaoh's dreams and is appointed the second most powerful ruler in Egypt.
Genesis 41:1-57Contributed by FreeBibleimages
The Pharisees criticise the disciples for picking corn on the Sabbath.
Luke 6:1-5Contributed by LUMO project
Jesus tells a parable about a sower.
Matthew 13:1-23, Mark 4:1-20, Luke 8:1-15Contributed by LUMO project
Jesus tells a parable of a fig tree that did not bear fruit.
Luke 13:6-9Contributed by LUMO project
Life in Bible times. Growing and harvesting wheat and barley.
Bible overviewContributed by David Padfield
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
When his brothers return to Egypt for more grain, Joseph reveals his identity to them.
Genesis 43-46Contributed 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
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
Ravens feed Elijah as he hides from King Ahab in the Kerith ravine.
1 Kings 17:1-9Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Elijah invites the prophets of Baal to a contest on Mount Carmel.
1 Kings 18:1-40Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Jesus tells us to pray for more workers to go into the harvest field.
Matthew 9:35-38Contributed by Good News Productions, International
The parable of the sower that Jesus taught.
Matthew 13:1-23, Mark 4:1-20, Luke 8:1-15Contributed by Sweet Publishing
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, 18-23Contributed by Good News Productions, International
Jesus tells a parable about a sower and then explains its meaning.
Matthew 13:1-23, Mark 4:1-20, Luke 8:4-15Contributed by Sue Bentley
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
Jesus tells three parables about the Kingdom of Heaven using weeds (tares), a mustard seed and yeast as illustrations.
Matthew 13:24-43Contributed by Good News Productions, International
Jesus is questioned about His disciples rubbing grain in their hands on the Sabbath.
Luke 6:1-5Contributed by Good News Productions, International
Jesus tells a parable about a sower scattering seed on different soils.
Luke 8:4-15Contributed by Lambsongs: Jill Kemp and Richard Gunther
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
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 20:9-19Contributed by Rev. Henry Martin