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John the Baptist

Free Bible images of John the Baptist in the wilderness and the baptism of Jesus. (Matthew 3:1-16, Mark 1:1-11, Luke 3:1-22, John 1:1-34)

John the Baptist in the wilderness and the baptism of Jesus.

Matthew 3:1-16, Mark 1:1-11, Luke 3:1-22, John 1:1-34

Contributed by LUMO project

A tearful woman anoints Jesus and is forgiven

A tearful woman with a reputation for immorality anoints Jesus and finds forgiveness.  (Luke 7:36-50)

A tearful woman with a reputation for immorality anoints Jesus and finds forgiveness.

Luke 7:36-50

Contributed by LUMO project

Prodigal Son

Free Bible pictures of the parable of the Prodigal Son (or Two Sons). (Luke 15:11-32)

A parable of Jesus about two sons and their forgiving father.

Luke 15:11-32

Contributed by FreeBibleimages

Illustrated stories

King Ahab, Jezebel and Naboth's vineyard

King Ahab wants Naboth's vineyard and his wife Jezebel schemes to get it for him. (1 Kings 21:1-29)

King Ahab wants Naboth's vineyard and his wife Jezebel schemes to get it for him.

1 Kings 21:1-29

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Manasseh - the bad king

King Manasseh was an evil ruler but he repented and found God's forgiveness. (2 Kings 21, 2 Chronicles 33)

King Manasseh was an evil ruler but he repented and found God's forgiveness.

2 Kings 21, 2 Chronicles 33

Contributed by Richard Gunther

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

King Josiah: The scroll of God's laws is found

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 - 35:27)

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 - 35:27

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

The songs of David

An introduction to the Psalms of David. (Psalms 8, 9, 23, 51, 70, 119)

An introduction to the Psalms of David.

Psalms 8, 9, 23, 51, 70, 119

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Jonah runs away but God turns him back

When God asks Jonah to preach in Nineveh he heads off in the opposite direction. (Jonah 1-3)

When God asks Jonah to preach in Nineveh he heads off in the opposite direction.

Jonah 1-3

Contributed by Rev. Henry Martin

God sends Jonah to Nineveh

Jonah runs away and is rescued before he is willing to take God's message to Nineveh. (Jonah)

Jonah runs away and is rescued before he is willing to take God's message to Nineveh.

Jonah

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Jonah

God has a message for the people of Nineveh but Jonah does not want to deliver it. (Jonah)

God has a message for the people of Nineveh but Jonah does not want to deliver it.

Jonah

Contributed by Richard Gunther

Jonah and the big fish

When Jonah refuses to obey God and care for his enemies, God teaches him about obedience and love in dramatic ways. (Jonah 1-4)

When Jonah refuses to obey God and care for his enemies, God teaches him about obedience and love in dramatic ways.

Jonah 1-4

Contributed by Sue Bentley

Jonah runs away

Jonah wants Nineveh to be destroyed, so he runs away rather than give God's warning to them. (Jonah)

Jonah wants Nineveh to be destroyed, so he runs away rather than give God's warning to them.

Jonah

Contributed by Marian van der Kruijt

Jonah and the large fish

When Jonah runs away rather than go to Nineveh he is swallowed by a great fish. (Jonah 1 - 3)

When Jonah runs away rather than go to Nineveh he is swallowed by a great fish.

Jonah 1 - 3

Contributed by Moody Publishers

John the Baptist's ministry

John the Baptist starts preaching in the wilderness of Judea and crowds come to hear him and be baptised. (Matthew 3:1-12)

John the Baptist starts preaching in the wilderness of Judea and crowds come to hear him and be baptised.

Matthew 3:1-12

Contributed by Good News Productions, International

John baptises Jesus

John baptises Jesus. (Matthew 3:1-17, Mark 1:1-11, Luke 3:1-22, John 1:6-34)

John baptises Jesus.

Matthew 3:1-17, Mark 1:1-11, Luke 3:1-22, John 1:6-34

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

John the Baptist

John preaches in the wilderness but does not think he is worthy to baptise Jesus. (Matthew 3:1-17)

John preaches in the wilderness but does not think he is worthy to baptise Jesus.

Matthew 3:1-17

Contributed by Marian van der Kruijt

Jesus calls Matthew

When Jesus asks a tax collector to become his disciple there are those who disapprove. (Matthew 9:9-13)

When Jesus asks a tax collector to become his disciple there are those who disapprove.

Matthew 9:9-13

Contributed by Good News Productions, International

The Samaritan woman

Jesus talks with a Samaritan woman about 'Living water'. (John 4:1-42)

Jesus talks with a Samaritan woman about 'Living water'.

John 4:1-42

Contributed by Good News Productions, International

Twelve disciples sent out

Jesus sends His disciples out to preach repentance, heal and deliver people. (Mark 6:7-13)

Jesus sends His disciples out to preach repentance, heal and deliver people.

Mark 6:7-13

Contributed by Good News Productions, International

Parable of the forgiving father

Jesus tells a parable about a loving father who forgives his wayward son who repents. (Luke 15:11-32)

Jesus tells a parable about a loving father who forgives his wayward son who repents.

Luke 15:11-32

Contributed by Rev. Henry Martin

The parable of the two sons

A son is deeply resentful when his father welcomes home his wayward younger brother. (Luke 15:11-32)

A son is deeply resentful when his father welcomes home his wayward younger brother.

Luke 15:11-32

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Parable of the lost son

A son who travels and squanders his inheritance finds forgiveness when he returns to his father. (Luke 15:11-32)

A son who travels and squanders his inheritance finds forgiveness when he returns to his father.

Luke 15:11-32

Contributed by Sue Bentley

Prodigal Son

A loving father waits for his wayward son to return. (Luke 15:11-32)

A loving father waits for his wayward son to return.

Luke 15:11-32

Contributed by Lambsongs: Jill Kemp and Richard Gunther

Zacchaeus

Zacchaeus the cheating tax collector meets Jesus and changes his attitude to greed. (Luke 19:1-10)

Zacchaeus the cheating tax collector meets Jesus and changes his attitude to greed.

Luke 19:1-10

Contributed by Lambsongs: Jill Kemp and Richard Gunther

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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