Bible Verse Scriptures in Pictures – Interesting Bible Facts

Bible Verse Scriptures in Pictures – Interesting Bible Facts

by Darrell Creswell

http://darrellcreswell.wordpress.com/2012/10/08/bible-verse-scriptures-in-pictures-interesting-bible-facts/

I have some scriptures in pictures and some interesting Bible facts listed in this blog for you to enjoy.

Bible Fact –

Jesus made his living as a carpenter with hammer, wood, and nails.

 Jesus was killed by the Romans who used a hammer, wood, and nails.

Psalm 127:3 Children God’s best gift

Bible Fact –

In John 18:18, Peter denied Jesus 3 times beside a charcoal fire.

In John 21:9, Jesus asks Peter 3 times, beside a charcoal fire, if he loves him.

Isaiah 64:6, 2 Corinthians 5:21

Bible Fact –

Moses wandered in the desert for 40 years after coming up out of the water of the Red Sea.

Jesus wandered in the desert for 40 days after coming up out of the water of the Jordan River.

John 19:30

Bible Fact –

In  Genesis 22,  Isaac carried wood up a hill that was to be used for his  sacrificial death.  His father Abraham was stopped from killing Isaac by God.  Abraham says that God Himself would provide the sacrificial lamb.

In  Matthew 27, Jesus carried wood up a hill (Golgotha) for his own sacrificial death.  Jesus is the Lamb of God who was sacrificed in our place.

Romans 10:8

 

Bible Fact –

In Matthew 27:26, Pontius Pilate released Barabbas, whose name means “Son of the Father” (bar Abbas).

Jesus, the real Son of The Father, was put to death in his place.

Proverbs 3:6

Bible Fact –

In Exodus 12, the Jews celebrate the first Passover by killing a spotless lamb, and then they smear its blood over their door with a hyssop branch. They also had to eat bitter herbs. This saved their first-born from the angel of death.

In John 19, Jesus Himself is sacrificed as the new spotless Passover lamb and His blood now saves us from death. In John 10:7, Jesus says that he is the door for His sheep. The Roman soldier used a hyssop branch to give him bitter vinegar to drink.

Isaiah 40:21

Bible Fact –

In James 2:26, the Bible says that faith without works is dead.

 In Matthew 25:31-46, at the final judgment, Jesus tells us exactly what those works are.

Hebrews 1:3

Bible Fact –

In  Genesis  3:18 -19,  God tells Adam in the garden that the ground shall bring thorns and  thistles to him,  and  that by the sweat of his face he shall eat bread from the ground.

In 1 Corinthians  15:45, Paul says that Jesus is the new Adam, bringing life into the world  instead of death.  At the  crucifixion,  Jesus,  the  Bread  of  Life (John 6), wears a crown of thorns after sweating blood in a garden.

One God-One Lord-Jesus 1 Corinthians 8:4-6

Bible Fact –

The book of Genesis starts out with the three words, “In the beginning”. It then goes through a series of next days to describe the creation of the world from nothing as well as the creation of new life. It talks about “the light” and the dark.

The book of the Gospel of John also starts out with the three words, “In the beginning”. It then goes through a series of next days (John 1:29, 35, 43) to describe “the light of the world”, Jesus Christ, who leads us out of darkness and gives new life to the world.

There is One God- John 4:24

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1 Response to Bible Verse Scriptures in Pictures – Interesting Bible Facts

  1. ptl2010 says:

    I pray these pictures will reach far and wide and speak a thousand words of love from and for Jesus, especially.to those who cannot read, in the uttermost parts of the world

    There is a new Category “Bible Verse Scripture in Pictures”on ChristianBlessings for those who would like quick access to these pictures for ministry.

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