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People's Dictionary of the Bible - Chief Parables And Miracles in the Bible
PARABLES IN OLD TESTAMENT
Trees choosing a king. Judges 9:7-15.
Samson's riddle. Luke 20:1-471.
Nathan and the eve lamb. 2 Samuel 12:1-6.
Woman of Tekoah. 2 Samuel 14:6-11.
Escaped prisoner. 1 Kings 20:35-40.
Thistle and cedar. Mark 13:34-3635.
The vine. Psalms 80:8-16.
Vineyard. Isaiah 6:1-7.
Eagle and vine. Ezekiel 17:3-10.
Lion's whelps. Ezekiel 19:2-9.
Boiling pot. Ezekiel 24:3-5.
Cedar in Lebanon. Ezekiel 31:3-18.
MIRACLES IN OLD TESTAMENT
Enoch translated. Genesis 5:24 : Exodus 7:10-12.
The flood. Genesis 7:11-24.
Sodom and Gomorrah destroyed. Genesis 19:24.
Lot's wife made a salt pillar. Genesis 19:26.
Burning bush. Exodus 3:2-4.
Aaron's rod. Hebrews 11:5.
Ten plagues of Egypt, Exodus 7:1 to Exodus 12:51 :
Waters turned to blood. Exodus 7:19-25.
Frogs. Exodus 8:6-14.
Lice. Exodus 8:17-18.
Flies. Luke 21:1-38.
Murrain, (cattle plague). Exodus 9:3-6.
Boils. Exodus 9:8-11.
Thunder, hail, etc. Exodus 9:22-26.
Locusts. Exodus 10:12-19.
Darkness. Exodus 10:21-29.
Death of the firstborn. Exodus 12:29-30.
Crossing of the Red Sea. Exodus 14:21-31.
Marah's waters sweetened. Exodus 15:23-25.
Giving the manna. Exodus 16:14-35.
Water from the rock at Horeb. Exodus 17:5-7.
Nadab and Abihu. Leviticus 10:1-2.
Fart of Israel burned. Numbers 11:1-3.
Korah and his company. Numbers 16:32.
Aaron's rod budding. Numbers 17:1, etc.
Water from the rock. Meribah. Numbers 20:7-11.
Brazen serpent. Numbers 21:8-9.
Balaam's ass speaks. Numbers 22:21-35.
River Jordan crossed. Joshua 3:14-17.
Walls of Jericho fall. Joshua 6:6-20.
Jeroboam's hand withered. 1 Kings 13:4; 1 Kings 13:6.
Widow's meal and oil increased. 1 Kings 17:14-16.
Widow's son raised. 1 Kings 17:17-24.
Elijah calls fire from heaven. Matthew 25:14-300.
Ahaziah's captains consumed by fire. 2 Kings 1:10-12.
Jordan divided by Elijah and Elisha. 2 Kings 2:7-8; 2 Kings 2:14.
Elijah carried to heaven, 2 Kings 2:11.
Waters of Jericho healed. 2 Kings 2:21-22
The widow's oil multiplied. 2 Kings 4:2-7.
Shunammite's son raised. 2 Kings 4:32-37.
Naaman and Gehazi. 2 Kings 5:10-27.
The iron axe-head swims. 2 Kings 6:5-7.
Syrian army's blindness. 2 Kings 6:18; 2 Kings 6:20.
Dead man raised. Mark 13:1-378.
Sennacherib's army destroyed. Luke 7:11-1534.
Sun-dial of Ahaz. 2 Kings 20:9-11.
Uzziah struck with leprosy. 2 Chronicles 26:16-21.
Shadrach, Meshach, Abednego in the furnace. Daniel 3:19-27.
Daniel in the den of lions. Daniel 6:16-28.
Jonah and a great fish. Jonah 2:1-10.
PARABLES IN THE GOSPELS
1. Found in Matthew only (and not found in any other Gospel).—2.
The tares. Matthew 13:1-24.
Hid treasure. Matthew 13:44.
Pearl of great price. Matthew 13:46.
Dragnet. Matthew 13:47-48.
Unmerciful servant. Matthew 18:23-34.
Laborers in the vineyard. Matthew 20:1-16.
The two sons. Matthew 21:28-32.
Marriage of king's son. Matthew 22:1-14.
Ten virgins. Matthew 25:1-13.
Ten talents. 1618738496_17.
Sheep and goats. Matthew 25:31-46.
2. Found in Mark only.—2.
The seed. Mark 4:26-29.
Householder. 1618738496_4.
3. Found in Luke only.—17.
Two debtors. Luke 7:41-43.
Good Samaritan. Luke 10:25-37.
Friend at midnight. Luke 11:5-8.
Rich fool. Luke 12:16-21.
Servants watching. Luke 12:35-40.
The servant on trial. Luke 12:42-48.
Barren fig tree. Luke 13:6-9.
Great supper. Luke 14:16-24.
Tower and warring king. Luke 14:28-33.
The lost silver. Luke 15:8-10.
Prodigal (lost) son. Luke 15:11-32.
The shrewd steward. Luke 16:1-8.
Rich man and Lazarus. Luke 16:19-31.
Unprofitable servants. Luke 17:7-10.
Unjust Judge. Luke 18:1-8.
Pharisee and publican. Luke 18:9-14.
Ten pounds. Luke 19:12-27.
4. In Matthew and Luke only.—3.
House on rock and sand. Matthew 7:24-27; Luke 6:48-49.
The leaven. Matthew 13:33; Luke 13:20.
Lost sheep. Matthew 18:12; Luke 15:3-7.
5. In Matthew, Mark and Luke only.—7.
Light under a bushel. Matthew 5:15 : Mark 4:21; Luke 8:16.
Cloth and garment. Matthew 9:16; Mark 2:21; Luke 5:36.
Wine and bottles. Matthew 9:17 : Mark 2:22; Luke 5:37.
The sower. Matthew 13:1-58; Mark 4:1-41; Luke 8:1-56.
Mustard seed. Matthew 13:1-58; Mark 4:1-41; Luke 13:1-35.
Wicked husbandmen. Matthew 21:1-46; Mark 12:1-44; 1618738496_74.
The fig tree and the trees. Matthew 24:1-51; 1618738496_43; Exodus 8:24.
MIRACLES IN THE NEW TESTAMENT
A. In the Gospels.
1. Found in Matthew only (not in any other Gospel).—3.
Two blind men see. Matthew 9:27-31.
Dumb demoniac. Matthew 9:32-33.
Money (shekel) in the fish. Matthew 17:24-27.
2. Found in Mark only.—2.
Deaf and dumb cured. Mark 7:31-37.
Blind man made to see. Mark 8:22-26.
3. Found in Luke only.—6.
Draught of fishes. Luke 5:1-11.
Raising widow's son. 1618738496_9.
Infirm woman healed. Luke 13:11-15.
Dropsy cured. Luke 14:1-6.
Ten lepers cleansed. Luke 17:11-19.
Malchus' ear healed. Luke 22:50-51.
4. Found in John only.—6.
Water made wine at Cana. John 2:1-11.
Nobleman's son healed. John 4:46-54.
Impotent man at Bethesda. John 5:1-9.
Sight to man born blind. John 9:1-7.
Lazarus raised to life. John 11:38-44.
Draught of 153 fishes. John 21:1-14.
5. In Matthew and Mark only.—3.
Syrophœnician's daughter. Matthew 15:1-39; Mark 7:1-37.
Four thousand fed. Matthew 15:1-39; Mark 8:1-38.
Withered fig tree. Matthew 21:1-46; Mark 11:1-33.
6. In Matthew and Luke only.—2.
Centurion's servant.