Elijah travels to Zarephath and meets a Widow Preparing her last meal.
1 Kings 17:7-16, 1 Kings 18:1Contributed by FreeBibleimages
Elijah challenges 850 false prophets to a contest on Mount Carmel.
1 Kings 18:1-40Contributed by FreeBibleimages
Elijah prays seven times for God to send rain.
1 Kings 18:41-46Contributed by FreeBibleimages
When God promises Zechariah and Elizabeth a son, Zechariah has doubts and is struck dumb.
Luke 1:5-25, 39-45, 57-80Contributed by LUMO project
Jesus touches and heals a man with leprosy.
Matthew 8:1-4, Mark 1:40-45, Luke 5:12-16Contributed by LUMO project
Jesus heals Simon Peter's mother-in-law and many others in Capernaum.
Matthew 8:14-17, Mark 1:29-34, Luke 4:38-44Contributed by LUMO project
A paralysed man's friends make a gap in the roof to lower him to Jesus.
Mark 2:2-12, Luke 5:17-26Contributed by LUMO project
Jesus intervenes when the host of a wedding runs out of wine.
John 2:1-11Contributed by LUMO project
When the Roman Centurion discovers his servant is dying he turns to Jesus for help.
Matthew 8:5-13, Luke 7:2-9Contributed by LUMO project
Jesus is asleep in the back of a boat when a violent storm strikes.
Matthew 8:23-27, Mark 4:35-41, Luke 8:22-25Contributed by LUMO project
Jesus delivers a possessed wild man living among the tombs on the other side of Lake Galilee.
Mark 5:1-20, Luke 8:26-39Contributed by LUMO project
Two miracles, as Jesus heals a woman who touched the hem of his garment then travels to the home of Jairus to raise his daughter to life.
Mark 5:21-43, Luke 8:40-56Contributed by LUMO project
Jesus raises a dead man to life at Nain.
Luke 7:11-17Contributed by LUMO project
When Jesus heals a lame man at the pool of Bethesda it causes controversy when the man carries his mat on the Sabbath day.
John 5:1-30Contributed by LUMO project
Jesus feeds 5000 men plus women and children with 5 loaves and 2 fish.
Matthew 14:13-22, Mark 6:31-46, Luke 9:10-17, John 6:1-13Contributed by LUMO project
Jesus delivers a mute man from his affliction and is accused of using power from the devil.
Matthew 9:32-34, Luke 11:14-23Contributed by LUMO project
When Jesus heals a crippled woman on the Sabbath day he faces criticism from the synagogue leaders.
Luke 13:10-21Contributed by LUMO project
A blind man healed by Jesus is questioned by the Pharisees.
John 9:1-41Contributed by LUMO project
Jesus is told that Lazarus is seriously ill but deliberately delays setting off to visit him.
John 11:1-16Contributed by LUMO project
Jesus travels to see Mary and Martha then calls Lazarus to come out of the tomb.
John 11:17-44Contributed by LUMO project
When news of the resurrection of Lazarus reaches Jerusalem, the Chief Priests plot to kill Jesus.
John 11:45-12:2Contributed by LUMO project
After a miraculous catch of fish, four fishermen take up the invitation from Jesus to become fishers of people.
Luke 5:1-11Contributed 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
The resurrection of Jesus and the empty tomb
Matthew 28:1-15, Mark 16:1-20, Luke 24:1-47, John 20:1-29Contributed by LUMO project
Jesus appears to two disciples and explains from Scripture that the Messiah had to suffer.
Luke 24:13-35Contributed by LUMO project
The disciples are in a room with the door locked when Jesus appears to them.
Luke 24:36-49, John 20:19-23Contributed by LUMO project
Thomas's doubts about the resurrection are dispelled when Jesus appears and shows him his wounds.
John 20:24-29Contributed by LUMO project
The risen Lord Jesus appears on shore of Galilee and tells the Disciples to cast their fishing net on the other side of the boat.
John 21:1-14Contributed by LUMO project
Sarah laughs mockingly when three strangers tell her husband Abraham that they will have a son.
Genesis 18:1-15, 21:1-7Contributed by Richard Gunther
Moses learns to put his trust in God.
Exodus 1-3, 14Contributed by Rev. Henry Martin
God opens a path through the Red Sea for Moses and His People to escape from the Egyptians.
Exodus 5 - 14Contributed by Moody Publishers
Moses and the Red Sea crossing.
Exodus 13:7 - 15:21Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Moses erects a serpent of brass to save the rebellious Israelites dying from snake bites.
Numbers 13:26 - 14:45, 20:1 - 21:8Contributed by Moody Publishers
Balaam is annoyed by his donkey's behaviour, then astonished when the animal speaks to him.
Numbers 22-24Contributed by Jack Foster – Mr BibleHead
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
God tests Joshua's faith with His battle instructions for taking the city of Jericho.
Joshua 5:13-6:27Contributed by Moody Publishers
Joshua follows God's battle plan for taking the city of Jericho.
Joshua 6:1-27Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Joshua prays for more daylight to win the battle.
Joshua 10:1-43Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Gideon asks for a sign that God will help him fight the Midianites.
Judges 6:1-40Contributed 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
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 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
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
Elijah is taken up to heaven in a fiery chariot and his mantle falls to Elisha.
2 Kings 2:1-17Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Elijah is taken up into heaven and the mantle falls to Elisha.
2 Kings 2:1-18Contributed by Richard Gunther
Elijah is taken up to heaven and Elisha takes over.
2 Kings 2:1-14Contributed by Lambsongs: Jill Kemp and Richard Gunther
When a widow is in debt, Elisha tells her what God wants her to do.
2 Kings 4:1-7Contributed by Richard Gunther
God helps a widow by giving her a miraculous supply of oil.
2 Kings 4:1-7Contributed by Lambsongs: Jill Kemp and Richard Gunther
Elisha prays and a dead boy comes back to life.
2 Kings 4:8-37Contributed by Sweet Publishing
When Naaman has leprosy, a Jewish slave girl tells him that God can heal him.
2 Kings 5:1-12Contributed by Richard Gunther
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
When a Syrian General, Naaman, has leprosy, a captured servant girl advises him to find help from God.
2 Kings 5:1-16Contributed by Moody Publishers
Naaman washes seven times in the River Jordan.
2 Kings 5:13-27Contributed by Richard Gunther
When God allows Elisha to capture his enemies he feeds them then sets them free.
2 Kings 6:8-23Contributed by Arabs for Christ
King Jehoshaphat turns to God for help and wins the battle without having to fight.
2 Chronicles 20:1-37Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Meshach, Shadrach and Abednego obey God and are thrown into a fiery furnace.
Daniel 3Contributed by Moody Publishers
Meshach, Shadrach, Abednego stand up for God and are delivered from the fiery furnace.
Daniel 3Contributed by Sue Bentley
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
Daniel is thrown into the lions' den after refusing to stop praying to God.
Daniel 6:1-28Contributed by Sweet Publishing
When Daniel refuses to stop praying to God he is thrown into a den of lions.
Daniel 6:1-28Contributed by Moody Publishers
Preschool version of the story of Daniel and the lions' den.
Daniel 6:1-28Contributed by Sue Bentley
When Jonah runs away rather than go to Nineveh he is swallowed by a great fish.
Jonah 1 - 3Contributed by Moody Publishers
When Jonah refuses to obey God and care for his enemies, God teaches him about obedience and love in dramatic ways.
Jonah 1-4Contributed by Sue Bentley
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
Zacharias is left speechless when God tells him his wife Elizabeth willl have a son.
Luke 1:5-25, 39-45, 57-80Contributed by Sue Bentley
An angel visits Mary.
Luke 1:26-38Contributed by Good News Productions, International
Mary goes to visit Zechariah's wife, Elizabeth.
Luke 1:39-56Contributed by Good News Productions, International
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
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 man is let down through the roof to see Jesus. A set of images for young children.
Mark 2:2-12, Luke 5:17-26Contributed by Andrea Rau
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
After healing Peter's mother-in-law Jesus spends the evening healing others brought to Him.
Luke 4:38-43Contributed by Good News Productions, International
A man with leprosy begs Jesus to heal him.
Luke 5:12-16Contributed by Good News Productions, International
Jesus demonstrates His authority to forgive sins by healing a paralysed man.
Luke 5:17-26Contributed by Good News Productions, International
Jesus causes outrage by heaing a man with a withered hand on the Sabbath.
Luke 6:6-11Contributed by Good News Productions, International
Jesus performs his first miracle, changing water to wine, at a wedding in Cana.
John 2:1-12Contributed by Sweet Publishing
When the wine runs out at a wedding, Jesus turns water into vintage wine.
John 2:1-11Contributed by Sue Bentley
Jesus speaks in Cana to heal the son of an official in Capernaum.
John 4:43-53Contributed by Good News Productions, International
Jesus heals the servant of a Centurion.
Matthew 8:5-13, Luke 7:2-9Contributed by Sweet Publishing
A Roman Centurion belives Jesus can heal his paralysed servant.
Matthew 8:5-13, Luke 7:2-9Contributed by Rev. Henry Martin
When a sudden storm threatens to capsize their boat the disciples turn to Jesus for help.
Matthew 8:18, 23-27Contributed by Good News Productions, International
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
On his way to see the seriously ill daughter of Jairus, Jesus heals a woman who reaches out for help.
Matthew 9:18-26, Mark 5:21-43, Luke 8:40-56Contributed by Sue Bentley
Jesus heals a lame man at the pool Bethesda of on the Sabbath.
John 5:1-15Contributed by Good News Productions, International
When Jesus heals a man on the Sabbath day it causes controversy.
John 5:1-24Contributed by Arabs for Christ
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
Preschool version of Jesus feeding 5,000 with five loaves and two fish.
Matthew 14:13-22, Mark 6:31-46, Luke 9:10-17, John 6:1-13Contributed by Sue Bentley
Jesus feeds over 5000 men plus women and children with five loaves and two fish.
Matthew 14:13-22, Mark 6:31-46, Luke 9:10-17, John 6:1-13Contributed by Rev. Henry Martin
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
A crowd is with Jesus for three days and has nothing to eat, so Jesus feeds them with seven loaves of bread.
Mark 8:1-10Contributed by Good News Productions, International
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
Blind Bartimaeus cries out to Jesus for help. A set of images for young children.
Mark 10:46-52Contributed by Andrea Rau
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
After fishing all night without a catch Peter obeys Jesus and casts his net on the other side of the boat. As a result four fisherman become 'fishers of men'.
Luke 5:1-11Contributed by Good News Productions, International
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
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 appears to Mary Magdalene, two disciples walking to Emmaus, the disciples and Thomas.
Matthew 28:1-10, Mark 16:1-20, Luke 24:1-53, John 20:1-29Contributed by Sue Bentley
Jesus is alive.
Matthew 28:1-10, Mark 16:1-8, Luke 24:1-12, John 20:1-18Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Mary Magdalene and Mary go to the tomb where Jesus is buried, and an angel tells them that Jesus has risen from the dead.
Matthew 28:2-4, Mark 16:1, 4-7, Luke 24:9-11, John 20:3-10Contributed by Good News Productions, International
Women arriving at the tomb of Jesus are surprised to see the entrance stone rolled back.
Mark 16:1-8Contributed by Lambsongs: Jill Kemp and Richard Gunther
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 appears to two disciples who are talking about His crucifixion and resurrection.
Luke 24:13-35Contributed by Good News Productions, International
Peter and John run to the tomb of Jesus and find it empty. Then Jesus appears to Mary Magdalene.
John 20:1-18Contributed by Lambsongs: Jill Kemp and Richard Gunther
Jesus appears to Mary Magdalene and sends her to the disciples to tell them what He said to her.
John 20:10-18Contributed by Good News Productions, International
Jesus appears to His disciples and shows them His hands and side.
John 20:19-31Contributed by Good News Productions, International
Having denied Jesus three times, Peter is asked three times by Jesus about his love for Him.
John 21:1-25Contributed by Arabs for Christ
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
Jesus speaks to Saul (Paul) as he travels to Damascus to persecute Christians.
Acts 7, 8:1-3, 9:1-31Contributed by Basic Training Bible Ministries
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 kind Dorcas dies, Peter prays to God for help.
Acts 9:36-43Contributed by Lambsongs: Jill Kemp and Richard Gunther
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 and Barnabas visit Iconium, Lystra and Derbe.
Acts 14:1-26Contributed by YoMinistry.com
Paul's first missionary journey. Paul and Barnabas visit Lystra and Derbe.
Acts 14:8-28Contributed 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 arrives in Ephesus. Those who become Christians burn their books on the occult.
Acts 19:1-22Contributed by Sweet Publishing
As Paul speaks, Eutychus gets drowsy and falls from a third storey window.
Acts 20:1-38Contributed by Sweet Publishing
When Paul preaches for a long time, a young man falls asleep and topples out of a third storey window.
Acts 20:6-12Contributed by Richard Gunther
Paul is bitten by a snake but survives and gets to Rome.
Acts 28:1-31Contributed by Sweet Publishing
God protects Paul when he is bitten by a poisonous snake.
Acts 28:1-10Contributed by Lambsongs: Jill Kemp and Richard Gunther