Joseph is falsely accused by Potiphar's wife.
Genesis 39:1-20Contributed by FreeBibleimages
The prophet Elijah, having told King Ahab it will not rain, hides in the Kerith ravine and is fed by ravens.
1 Kings 17:1-9Contributed by FreeBibleimages
Elijah travels to Zarephath and meets a Widow Preparing her last meal.
1 Kings 17:7-16, 1 Kings 18:1Contributed by FreeBibleimages
Elijah anoints Elisha to succeed him as a prophet of God.
1 Kings 19:15-21Contributed by FreeBibleimages
The Christmas story: An angel visits Joseph.
Matthew 1:18-25Contributed by LUMO project
The Christmas story: An angel visits Mary.
Luke 1:26-38Contributed 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
A blind man healed by Jesus is questioned by the Pharisees.
John 9:1-41Contributed by LUMO project
When a rich young ruler asks Jesus about eternal life he does not like the answer.
Matthew 19:16-30, Mark 10:17-31, Luke 18:18-30Contributed by LUMO project
Peter and John are sent on a secret mission to prepare the passover meal in an upper room in Jerusalem
Luke 22:7-13Contributed 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
Noah building the Ark and the great flood.
Genesis 6:9 - 9:17Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Noah is instructed by God to build an ark to escape the great flood.
Genesis 6:9 - 9:17Contributed by Moody Publishers
Abraham is called by God to move to the land of Canaan.
Genesis 11:27 - 13:4Contributed by Sweet Publishing
God tells Abram to live in Cannaan where he will become the father of a great nation.
Genesis 12:1-8Contributed by Andrea Rau
God announces the Ten Commandments on Mount Sinai.
Exodus 19 - 20, 32, 34Contributed by Moody Publishers
Moses see the Promised Land then dies and Joshua takes command.
Deuteronomy 31-34, Joshua 1:1-9Contributed by Sweet Publishing
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 sets an ambush to conquer Ai .
Joshua 8:1-35Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Before he dies, Joshua challenges the 12 tribes to obey God
Joshua 23:1 - 24:33Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Gideon trusts in God and defeats the Midianites with just 300 men.
Judges 6 - 7Contributed by Moody Publishers
Young Samuel thinks Eli is calling him but it is God's voice he hears in the night.
1 Samuel 2:1-4:22Contributed by Sweet Publishing
David's first attempt to bring the ark to Jerusalem ends in disaster but then he does it God's way.
2 Samuel 5:1 - 6:23, 1 Chronicles 11, 13, 15Contributed by Sweet Publishing
King Asa asks God for help when the Cushites attack.
1 Kings 15:9-15, 2 Chronicles 14:1-15:19Contributed by Sweet Publishing
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 anoints Elisha to succeed him as God requested.
1 Kings 19:16, 19-21Contributed by Arabs for Christ
King Jehoshaphat encourages the nation to live by God's laws.
1 Kings 22:41-47, 2 Chronicles 17:1-19Contributed by Sweet Publishing
How not to arrest a prophet.
2 Kings 1:1-18Contributed 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
Naaman washes seven times in the River Jordan.
2 Kings 5:13-27Contributed by Richard Gunther
King Hezekiah turns people back to God and prays for deliverance when the Assyrians invade.
2 Kings 18-19, 2 Chronicles 29 - 32:23, Isaiah 36 - 37Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Evil King Manasseh is imprisoned, humbles himself before God, repents and is restored.
2 Kings 21:1-18, 2 Chronicles 33:1-20Contributed by Sweet Publishing
The book of God's laws is found in the temple and read to King Josiah.
2 Kings 21:19-23, 2 Chronicles 33:21 - 35:27Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Ezra returns to Jerusalem to encourage people to obey God's laws.
Ezra 7-10Contributed by Sweet Publishing
As the walls of Jerusalem are rebuilt Nehemiah has to overcome threats, plots and opposition to the work.
Nehemiah 3-6Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Daniel and his friends refuse to eat foods that God had forbidden.
Daniel 1:1-21Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Meshach, Shadrach, Abednego stand up for God and are delivered from the fiery furnace.
Daniel 3Contributed by Sue Bentley
Meshach, Shadrach and Abednego obey God and are thrown into a fiery furnace.
Daniel 3Contributed by Moody Publishers
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
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
Daniel refuses to stop praying to God, who answers his prayers to deliver him from the lions' den.
Daniel 6:1-28Contributed by Richard Gunther
Daniel is thrown into the lions' den after refusing to stop praying to God.
Daniel 6:1-28Contributed by Sweet Publishing
When God asks Jonah to preach in Nineveh he heads off in the opposite direction.
Jonah 1-3Contributed by Rev. Henry Martin
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
When Jonah runs away rather than go to Nineveh he is swallowed by a great fish.
Jonah 1 - 3Contributed by Moody Publishers
An angel tells Joseph that Mary's pregnancy is God's will.
Matthew 1:18-25Contributed by Good News Productions, International
An angel tells Mary that God has chosen her to be the mother of His son, Jesus.
Matthew 1:18-25, Luke 1:26-45Contributed by Lambsongs: Jill Kemp and Richard Gunther
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
Simeon and Anna meet baby Jesus and rejoice they have seen the Saviour God promised.
Luke 2:21-40Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Jesus, aged 12, is found in the Temple asking and answering questions.
Luke 2:41-52Contributed 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 eats nothing for forty days in the wilderness, and is tempted by Satan.
Matthew 4:1-11Contributed by Good News Productions, International
When Jesus asks a tax collector to become his disciple there are those who disapprove.
Matthew 9:9-13Contributed by Good News Productions, International
After a night of unsuccessful fishing, Peter obeys Jesus says and has a record catch.
Luke 5:1-11Contributed by Lambsongs: Jill Kemp and Richard Gunther
Jesus likens the way we respond to His teaching to a wise and foolish builder.
Matthew 7:24-29Contributed by Good News Productions, International
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 scattering seed on different soils.
Luke 8:4-15Contributed by Lambsongs: Jill Kemp and Richard Gunther
After a rich man questions Jesus about eternal life he walks away feeling sad.
Matthew 19:16-30, Mark 10:17-31, Luke 18:18-30Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Jesus is nailed to a cross at Golgotha.
Matthew 27:32-44, Mark 15:22-32, Luke 23:26-43, John 19:18-27Contributed by Good News Productions, International
While on the cross Jesus is mocked, and one of the criminals talks with Jesus.
Matthew 27:38-44, Mark 15:27-32, Luke 23:39-43Contributed by Good News Productions, International
Jesus dies, and the temple curtain is torn in two pieces.
Matthew 27:45-66, Mark 15:33-41, Luke 23:44-49, John 19:28-37Contributed by Good News Productions, International
Jesus is buried in the tomb of Joseph of Arimathea.
Matthew 27:57-61, Mark 15:42-47, Luke 23:50-56, John 19:38-42Contributed by Good News Productions, International
Pilate sends soldiers to guard the tomb.
Matthew 27:62-66Contributed by Good News Productions, International
Peter denies knowing Jesus. Jesus is tried by Pilate and the crowd choose that Barabbus is freed and Jesus is crucified.
Matthew 26:57-27:31, Mark 15:6-10, Luke 22:58-62, John 18:28-19:14Contributed by Sue Bentley
Jesus is put to death and His body laid in a tomb.
Matthew 27:33-66, Mark 15:25-47, Luke 23 26-56, John 19:42Contributed by Sue Bentley
Jesus appears to Saul (Paul) as he travels to Damascus to arrest the Christians there.
Acts 9:1-31Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Paul's first missionary journey. Paul and Barnabas visit Cyprus.
Acts 13:1-12Contributed by Sweet Publishing
The council of Jerusalem decide how the Gentile Christians should view Jewish laws.
Acts 15:1-35Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Paul and Silas are guided to Philippi where they meet Lydia.
Acts 15:36 - 16:15Contributed by Sweet Publishing
The armour a Roman soldier wore can help us understand how to live for God.
Ephesians 6:10-20Contributed by Lambsongs: Jill Kemp and Richard Gunther