Bible Story Dashboard

Bible Story Dashboard

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DIVINE TRUTH

In the Old Testament

In the
Gospels

In the Acts, letters & Revelation

1
God creates good things from nothing
1
The Almighty created
the heavens and
the earth
1
Christ calmed a storm,
proving He is Lord
over nature
1
Jesus will destroy Satan and he will create a new, eternal heaven and earth
2.
God breathes His Spirit into men and into churches
2
God made Adam in His image but Adam marred that image, bringing death to all
2
Jesus, the “final Adam”, restored God’s unsullied image in a thief who deserved death
2
God poured out His Spirit on Jews at Pentecost,
beging the first ‘church’
3
God ordains marriage
and families
3
God made and married the first man and woman, instituting the family
3
Jesus blessed a marriage by making wine from water at a big wedding
3
God has revealed the kind of family relationships that believers should enjoy
4
God punishes all men that refuse to enter His refuge
4
God drowned wicked rebels who refused to take refuge in Noah’s boat
4
Jesus promised entry into His Kingdom to His “sheep”, but he rejects rebel “goats”
4
God will judge all who rebel against Him, from a great white throne in glory
5
God blesses all ethnic communities by means of  Abraham’s great descendant
5
God gave a son to Abraham’s aged wife, Sarah, promising to bless all ethnic communities by his great descendant
5
Jesus yielded to God’s divine will, was unjustly tried, slain, and buried, but God raised him in the sinners’ stead
5
Paul, the first missionary to take Jesus to many ethnic communities, found Christ in a startling way
6
God chooses His Elect ones, in His own way
6
The Lord chose Jacob over firstborn Esau, to carry on the messianic linage
6
Jesus received a greedy rich man as one of God’s chosen, and the man repented
7
God poured out His Holy Spirit on non-Jews, showing they were amongst  His chosen
7.
God answers prayers
7
Abraham pleaded with God for Lot and his family iwho were in jeopardy in doomed Sodom
7
Jesus healed a paralytic in response to his friends’
audacious faith
7
Authorities jailed Peter and John for their having healed a lame man in Jesus’ name
8
God sends angels to
serve the faithful
8
Angels freed Abraham’s nephew Lot and his family, from fire in Sodom
8
Angels announced Jesus’
birth to shepherds near Bethlehem
8
An angel took Peter out of jail where he was being
held unjustly
9
God bestows valuable
gifts on His children
9
Joseph forgave his brothers who had sold him as a slave, and he gave them gifts
9
Jesus fed thousands with a boy’s gift of five loaves of bread and two fish
9
The Holy Spirit gives different spiritual gifts to members of Christ’s body
10.
God is eternal, existing before, during and beyond all time
10
God spoke to Moses from a fiery bush, revealing Himself to be the Eternally One God
10
Jesus told Martha He was the Resurrection, and He proved it by raising her brother from death
10
Jesus ascended to Glory while His Disciples watched Him go, astounded
11
God requires blood to be shed, to forgive sins
11
God provided atonement for sin by means of symbolic, animal sacrifices
11
Jesus said to eat His flesh and drink His blood in order to live forever; this offended many
11
Throughout all eternity we will praise the Lamb who was slain from before the foundation of the world
12
God frees humans from disease, death and oppression
12
God divided a vast sea, leading His people across it to freedom from slavery
12
Jesus healed a blind man on the Sabbath, and He forgave his sin; this caused an uproar
12
Paul cast an evil spirit out of a slave girl; this  brought on violent persecution
13God is love, and He tells humans to show love to others 13
God graciously provided food and water for His people, even in a desert
13
A compassionate Samaritan showed practical love to a suffering enemy
13
Believers in Jerusalem’s infant church commissioned deacons to distribute food to widows
14
God governs humans with instructive discipline and justice
14
God equipped many elders to administer justice based on His Ten Commandments
14
Jesus compared those who hear and heed His words to a wise home builder
14
Paul exhorted Philemon to
forgive his slave Onesimus, and to free him
15
God, who is One God in three Persons, hates idols
15
Israelites who bowed before a golden calf brought severe punishment upon themselves
15
When John baptized Jesus, all three Persons of the Divine Trinity took part
15
Those in Ephesus, who made silver idols, stirred up riot  against Jesus’ apostles
16
God rules with sovereign power over all created beings and things
16
Earth opened and swallowed Korah and his band of rebels who had defied God’s leaders
16
Jesus entered Jerusalem as a triumphant king, riding on a young donkey
16
Jesus will return to earth, riding a white horse, in eternal triumph over His foes
17
God dwells among
humans
17
God burned up Aaron’s sons who entered His Presence without atoning blood
17
Jesus drove merchants from the temple that was, in that era, God’s dwelling on earth
17
The Holy Spirit in believers’ hearts empowers them to
proclaim Jesus boldly
18
God is holy, and He is only good, all the time
18
After punishing Israel’s sin, God let Elijah defeat Baal’s prophets and renew the nation
18
Jesus condemned those Pharisees who replaced God’s laws with human traditions
18
God struck dead Ananias and Saphira, after they had lied to the Holy Spirit
19
God inspires prophets
to reveal His truths
19
God spoke to Moses face to face, unlike the way He spoke with Israel’s other prophets
19
Jesus likened ways folk receive His Word, to four kinds of soil
19
Berean seekers very carefully examined Scripture to verify
some apostles’ message
20
God transforms into His sons all those who trust Him
20
Ruth became a Jewish child of God because of Naomi’s love and through Boaz’ redemption
20
Nicodemus learned that
he had to be born anew from above
20
John saw how believers will finally made perfect in God’s image at the Lamb’s Marriage Feast
21
God promises a blissful
land to His people
21
God commissioned Joshua to lead Israel to conquer a Promised Land
21
Jesus’ sent his disciples to Israel’s towns to announce that His Kingdom was near
21
John saw visions of Christ’s throne in heaven describing the bliss of the redeemed
22
God’s demonic enemies
attack humans incessantly
22
God let Satan torment Job, so that God could reveal His own transcendent
wisdom and power
22
The devil tempted Jesus in three diabolical ways, while Jesus was weak with hunger
22
Paul sharply rebuked a
“son of the Devil” in Cyprus
23
God grants courage
to His faithful ones
23
Gideon, with a few faithful soldiers, defeated a much larger, Midianite army
23
Jesus, while being lashed and accused falsely, remained silent as a lamb before its slayers
23
Paul encouraged sailors and other passengers when their ship was wrecked
24
God sees all secrets
of all humans’ heart
24
David, before killing a giant, was chosen as king, instead of his nicer-looking, older brothers
24
Jesus knew a Samaritan woman’s sinful past, but
forgave her anyway
24
God will expose every human secret, at His final, Great White Throne judgment
25
God Is omnipresent, inside, throughout and beyond all space
25
God heard Jonah praying inside the belly of a great fish in the ocean depths
25
Jesus cured a Centurion’s servant from afar, and he
healed many others, also
25
Going to the nations, Paul was once received as a god in Lystra, but was also stoned nearly to death
26
God gives unmerited,
abundant grace
26
Because of Elijah’s prayer, God renewed a widow’s cooking oil and healed her son
26
Jesus likened God to a grower who gave late-arriving workers
the same pay as the early-arriving ones
26
Philip told an Ethiopian about Jesus; he also baptized him when he believed
27
God is omniscient, knowing everything past, present and future
27
Solomon prayed for wisdom, then judged between two mothers who claimed the same child
27
Jesus, looking over Jerusalem from the Mount of Olives, foretold many coming events
27
The Holy Spirit altered Paul’s intended route, sending him, instad, to receptive Macedonians
28
God punishes His sons when they disobey
28
God let Assyrians take the Jews captive into Chaldea,hereby ending their idolatry, forever
28
A wasteful son strayed into sin and despair; his father forgave him, displaying God’s grace
28
Jesus will try believers’ works by fire as they enter heaven, bannig all contraband
29
God protects His people when they are at risk
29
God used courageous queen Esther to save her people from wicked Haman
29
The Good Shepherd forgave a straying woman who repented
and followed Him
29
God freed Paul and Silas from jail, and they led their  jailer and his family to Christ
30
God equips humble folk to lead others
30
God enabled Ezra to lead
the Israelites into their grandest renewal
30
Jesus, during the Last Supper, demonstrated how to be a servant-leader
30
Paul became a fruitful leader of leaders by mentoring men who mentored others, in turn
31
God preserves a remnant to renew His people
31
Nehemiah rebuilt the walls
of Jerusalem to protect
God’s people
31
A faithful Jewish remnant received their Messiah;
whilst others were unwilling to do so
31
Paul’s Jerusalem trip exposed a sharp divide between faithful Jews and unbelievers

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