Bible Stories

  • The crucifixion of Jesus is recorded in the New Testament books, known as the Gospels - Matthew, Mark, Luke and John. The crucifixion of Jesus was a part of God's plan from the very beginning of the birth of Jesus. This Bible story is the central summary of the saving Gospel of Jesus.
  • Read the story of Bartimaeus, the blind man healed by Jesus and understand the meaning behind this Bible story. Be encouraged as you learn of the miracle of healing through faith!
  • The baptism of Jesus is recorded in the Gospel Bible Books and serves as the symbol of Jesus starting giving His will over to God the Father, and being filled with the Spirit of God as he begins his earthly ministry.
  • The Parable of the Lost Sheep is a wonderful story told by Jesus to illustrate the love and compassion that God has for those who His. He will leave his flock to find you!
  • The Sermon on the Mount is recorded in the Bible book of Matthew 5. On a mountainside, not far from Capernaum, Jesus stopped to give his longest and most popular sermon. Jesus' teachings in this message include what's known as the Lord's Prayer as well as the Beatitudes. The focus of the Sermon on the Mount was how to live a life pleasing to God and the characteristics of Christian discipleship.
  • Both the Old and the New Testament speak of the truth of the Jesus being raised from death - Jesus testified of his resurrection before he died on the cross and his disciples witnessed his body after the resurrection. Below are the Bible verses and Scriptures that both prophecize of the resurrection and testify of it’s reality after Christ’s death.
  • The very first miracle performed by Jesus is when he turned water into wine at a wedding. Read why this Bible story is so important and how the "quiet miracles" are the ones that can change the faith of many.
  • The story of Abraham and Isaac is one of profound faith and obedience to God. Learn how God's command and Abraham's tested faith renewed the Israelite people to be fully committed to God's way.
  • Learn about the troubled relationship between twin brothers Jacob and Esau and how the Jacob deceived both Esau and his father Isaac to gain both the birthright and blessing.
  • The beatitudes, statements of characteristics and blessing, are part of the Sermon on the Mount that Jesus spoke and is recorded in Matthew 5. These Scriptures will encourage you and give you hope as you face each day knowing that you are called blessed!
  • The symbolism behind the story of Jesus calming the storm should bring great encouragement and hope for anyone facing a storm in life.
  • The Parable of the Talents teaches the responsibility that we have been given to be good stewards with what God has given us. The greatest gift of all, the saving Gospel of Jesus Christ, is for us to grow the Kingdom of God!
  • Jesus uses the Parable of the Sower to explain the different responses to the Gospel. The seed, which is the Word of God, falls onto four different types of soil. The growth of the seed reflects the the condition of the heart to receive the saving Gospel.
  • Learn about the 10 plagues God sent to Egypt when Pharaoh refused to let the Israelites leave.
  • What is the greatest commandment and why is it such a big deal?
  • In the Bible story of the Good Samaritan, we are told a parable that puts the Greatest Commandment to love others into action.
  • It is after the event of Jacob stealing Esau's blessing from their father Isaac, that we see Jacob flea from his brother. After many years away, Jacob decides to return home and make peace with his brother. On the journey home, Jacob has an encounter at night in which he wrestles with God.
  • Learn about the Ark of the Covenant including how it was made, what it contained and how it symbolized the presence of God among Israel.
  • Read a short list of the 10 Commandments as well as the full Bible version. Discover the meaning behind the 10 Commandments and why God gave them to us!
  • The story of Shadrach, Meschach, and Abednego from the Bible book of Daniel 6 tells us of three Jewish boys who refused to bow down to the King of Babylon, King Nebuchadnezzer. Learn about their extraordinary faith and how Jesus saved them in the fire.