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Joseph and Potiphar's wife

Free Bible pictures at Free Bible images of Joseph being falsely accused by Potiphar's wife. (Genesis 39:1-20)

Joseph is falsely accused by Potiphar's wife.

Genesis 39:1-20

Contributed by FreeBibleimages

Joseph, the baker and the cupbearer

Free Bible images of Joseph in prison interpreting the dreams of Pharaoh's baker and cupbearer. (Genesis 39:20 - 40:23)

Joseph in prison interprets the dreams of Pharaoh's baker and cupbearer.

Genesis 39:20 - 40:23

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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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John the Baptist in prison

Free Bible images of John the Baptist in prison. (Matthew 14:1-12, Mark 6:14-29)

John the Baptist in prison.

Matthew 14:1-12, Mark 6:14-29

Contributed by LUMO project

Illustrated stories

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

Dreams of the Baker and Cupbearer

When Pharaoh's baker and cup bearer are imprisoned, Joseph interprets their dreams. (Genesis 40:1-23)

When Pharaoh's baker and cup bearer are imprisoned, Joseph interprets their dreams.

Genesis 40:1-23

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

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'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

The secret of Samson's strength is revealed

Samson in a moment of weakness shares the secret of his strength. (Judges 16:4-31)

Samson in a moment of weakness shares the secret of his strength.

Judges 16:4-31

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

King Asa fails to trust God and faces conflict

King Asa tries to buy support instead of trusting God. (1 Kings 15:16-24, 2 Chronicles 16:1-13)

King Asa tries to buy support instead of trusting God.

1 Kings 15:16-24, 2 Chronicles 16:1-13

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Manasseh: The Prodigal King

Evil King Manasseh is imprisoned, humbles himself before God, repents and is restored. (2 Kings 21:1-18, 2 Chronicles 33:1-20)

Evil King Manasseh is imprisoned, humbles himself before God, repents and is restored.

2 Kings 21:1-18, 2 Chronicles 33:1-20

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

John the Baptist is executed

Herod Antipas executes John the Baptist. (Matthew 14:1-12, Mark 6:14-29)

Herod Antipas executes John the Baptist.

Matthew 14:1-12, Mark 6:14-29

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Parable of the unforgiving servant

Free Bible illustrations at Free Bible images of the parable of the unforgiving servant. (Matthew 18:21-35)

Jesus's parable of the unforgiving servant.

Matthew 18:21-35

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

The Apostles are persecuted

Free Bible illustrations at Free Bible images of the Apostles continuing to tell others about Jesus despite being imprisoned and beaten. (Acts 5:12-42)

The Apostles continue to tell others about Jesus despite being imprisoned and beaten.

Acts 5:12-42

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Peter's miraculous escape from prison

When Peter is put is prison, Christians meeting to pray cannot believe it when God miraculously releases him. (Acts 12:1-24)

When Peter is put is prison, Christians meeting to pray cannot believe it when God miraculously releases him.

Acts 12:1-24

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Paul and the earthquake

Paul is imprisoned in Philippi but when an earthquake strikes it leads to the jailor becoming a Christian. (Acts 15:30-16:40)

Paul is imprisoned in Philippi but when an earthquake strikes it leads to the jailor becoming a Christian.

Acts 15:30-16:40

Contributed by YoMinistry.com

Paul and Silas sing in jail

Paul and Silas praise God in prison and when a earthquake sets them free they tell the Jailor about Jesus. (Acts 16:16-40)

Paul and Silas praise God in prison and when a earthquake sets them free they tell the Jailor about Jesus.

Acts 16:16-40

Contributed by Lambsongs: Jill Kemp and Richard Gunther

The Jailor who became a Christian

Paul and Silas are unjustly imprisoned in Philippi but when an earthquake strikes the jailor becomes a Christian. (Acts 16:16-40)

Paul and Silas are unjustly imprisoned in Philippi but when an earthquake strikes the jailor becomes a Christian.

Acts 16:16-40

Contributed by Rev. Henry Martin

Paul and Silas in Prison

Paul and Silas praise God in prison and an earthquake strikes. (Acts 16:16-40)

Paul and Silas praise God in prison and an earthquake strikes.

Acts 16:16-40

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Paul in bondage

Paul is arrested in Jerusalem and held as a prisoner in Caesarea before being sent for trial in Rome. (Acts 21-26)

Paul is arrested in Jerusalem and held as a prisoner in Caesarea before being sent for trial in Rome.

Acts 21-26

Contributed by YoMinistry.com

Paul's last days

The final events in Paul's life pulled together from the clues in letters to Timothy and Titus. (1 Timothy, 2 Timothy, Titus)

The final events in Paul's life pulled together from the clues in letters to Timothy and Titus.

1 Timothy, 2 Timothy, Titus

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Onesimus the runaway slave

Onesimus, a slave, steals from his master Philemon then runs away. After meeting Paul in prison he returns to ask forgiveness. (Philemon)

Onesimus, a slave, steals from his master Philemon then runs away. After meeting Paul in prison he returns to ask forgiveness.

Philemon

Contributed by Helen Reason
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