Joseph is falsely accused by Potiphar's wife.
Genesis 39:1-20Contributed by FreeBibleimages
Joseph in prison interprets the dreams of Pharaoh's baker and cupbearer.
Genesis 39:20 - 40:23Contributed by FreeBibleimages
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
John the Baptist in prison.
Matthew 14:1-12, Mark 6:14-29Contributed by LUMO project
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's baker and cup bearer are imprisoned, Joseph interprets their dreams.
Genesis 40:1-23Contributed by Sweet Publishing
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
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
Samson in a moment of weakness shares the secret of his strength.
Judges 16:4-31Contributed by Sweet Publishing
King Asa tries to buy support instead of trusting God.
1 Kings 15:16-24, 2 Chronicles 16:1-13Contributed 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
Herod Antipas executes John the Baptist.
Matthew 14:1-12, Mark 6:14-29Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Jesus's parable of the unforgiving servant.
Matthew 18:21-35Contributed by Sweet Publishing
The Apostles continue to tell others about Jesus despite being imprisoned and beaten.
Acts 5:12-42Contributed by Sweet Publishing
When Peter is put is prison, Christians meeting to pray cannot believe it when God miraculously releases him.
Acts 12:1-24Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Paul and Silas praise God in prison and when a earthquake sets them free they tell the Jailor about Jesus.
Acts 16:16-40Contributed by Lambsongs: Jill Kemp and Richard Gunther
Paul and Silas praise God in prison and an earthquake strikes.
Acts 16:16-40Contributed by Sweet Publishing
Paul and Silas are unjustly imprisoned in Philippi but when an earthquake strikes the jailor becomes a Christian.
Acts 16:16-40Contributed by Rev. Henry Martin
The final events in Paul's life pulled together from the clues in letters to Timothy and Titus.
1 Timothy, 2 Timothy, TitusContributed by Sweet Publishing
Onesimus, a slave, steals from his master Philemon then runs away. After meeting Paul in prison he returns to ask forgiveness.
PhilemonContributed by Helen Reason