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Free Online Jigsaws of imagined Bible scenes

On request, we have added bible story-based online jigsaw puzzles. The images are all AI generated ( Image Creator), and I hope you enjoy playing the online jigsaws. I have tended to avoid topics that may offend and sincerely hope these images are inspiring and do not offend any person. Jigsaw puzzles are an excellent way of taking a little time to oneself; they also help pass the time, so please enjoy the new Christian-based contemplative jigsaw games, poems and scripture.

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Jesus washing Mary Magdalene's feet

Mary Magdalene

“Then took Mary a pound of ointment of spikenard, very costly, and anointed the feet of Jesus, and wiped his feet with her hair: and the house was filled with the odour of the ointment.”

John 12:3 King James Version

We may also imagine that Jesus showed his love and humility, and in turn washed Mary’s feet.

A poem about Mary Magdalene

In a room filled with love and grace,
Mary knelt before His holy face,
With perfume rare, she washed His feet,
An act of worship, pure and sweet.

The fragrance lingered in the air,
A symbol of devotion rare,
But Jesus, humble, kind, and true,
Showed a love that ever grew.

He took the basin, knelt down low,
To wash her feet, a servant's show,
His actions spoke of love profound,
In every gesture, mercy found.

In this exchange of service pure,
A lesson taught for all to endure,
That in humility and grace we find,
The truest love for all mankind.

Bible story scene - Jesus preaching

Jesus preaching to his apostles

Jesus preached to his apostles, instructing them to go into all the world and preach the Good News to the whole creation. This is known as the Great Commission, and it is a call for all believers to share the message of Jesus with others. In addition, Jesus also emphasized the importance of preaching the good news of God's Kingdom to other cities as well. This shows that the message of Jesus is meant to be spread far and wide, reaching as many people as possible. As a Christian, it is important to take this message to heart and actively seek opportunities to share the love and message of Jesus with others, just as the apostles did. This can be done through our words, actions, and the way we live our lives.

Poems authored by Rytr

In the hush of twilight's glow,
Jesus speaks, His words aglow,
To His apostles gathered near,
Guiding hearts, dispelling fear.

With wisdom deep and love so pure,
He shares His message, strong and sure,
Each word a beacon, shining bright,
Illuminating truth and light.

His voice, a melody divine,
Echoes through the sacred shrine,
His teachings timeless, ever true,
Inspiring faith in chosen few.

In humble grace, He leads the way,
His disciples heed, without delay,
For in His presence, they find peace,
As Jesus' words and love increase.

A child is born

A child, born in humble circumstances

According to the Bible, Jesus was born in Bethlehem and visited by wise men from the East who brought him gifts of gold, frankincense, and myrrh. This is a significant event in the Christian faith as it signifies the recognition of Jesus as the long-awaited Messiah, not only by the Jewish shepherds but also by the Gentile wise men. It's a reminder that Jesus came for all people, regardless of their background or social status. This story also emphasizes the humility of Jesus' birth, as he was born in a humble setting and yet honoured by these wise men. It's a powerful reminder that God's ways are not always what we expect and that he often works through the unexpected and the marginalized.

A Poem

In a stable, humble and low,

Where gentle creatures softly glow,

A baby lies in manger bed,

A king in rags, a crown on head.

From distant lands, the wise men came,

Guided by a star's bright flame,

They brought gifts of gold, myrrh, and spice,

To honour this child, this precious life.

Nearby, shepherds heard the news,

Of angels singing, joy profuse,

They left their flocks to seek the sight,

Of the holy child in the silent night.

Jesus, born in poverty's embrace,

Yet surrounded by love and grace,

A beacon of hope for all mankind,

In his presence, peace we find.

Jesus laid in a manger in a farm building

Baby Jesus laid in a manger

Jesus was born in a barn or steading, and placed in a manger, to keep him warm, in Bethlehem, fulfilling the prophecy in Micah 5:2. The wise men, also known as the Magi, came from the east to worship Jesus after seeing his star. This event is recorded in the Gospel of Matthew. The wise men's visit demonstrates that Jesus came not only for the Jews but for all people. It also shows that Jesus is the true King, worthy of worship and adoration. This story reminds us that Jesus came to earth in humble circumstances, yet he is the King of kings and Lord of lords. It teaches us that true greatness is found in serving others and living a life of humility and love.

A Poem for you

In a humble barn, on a starlit night,

A baby was born, a wondrous sight,

Wrapped in swaddling clothes, so meek and mild,

The Saviour of all, the holy child.

No grandeur adorned his lowly bed,

Just a manger where animals were fed,

Yet in this simple, rustic place,

Was born the hope for all human race.

Bethlehem's prophecy came to be,

In Micah's words, for all to see,

A King so gentle, a Shepherd's heart,

To bring salvation, never to depart.

So let us remember this humble birth,

A gift of love for all the earth,

In a farmer's barn, in a manger laid,

Our saviour born, to never fade.

Feeding the poor

Feeding the Poor

Jesus summoned his disciples and said, "I have compassion on the multitude, because they have continued with me now three days and have nothing to eat. I don't want to send them away fasting, or they might faint on the way."
Matthew 15:32

Jesus showed great compassion and care for the multitude when he fed them, even though they had been with him for three days and had nothing to eat. This act of feeding the poor is a powerful example of Jesus' love and concern for those in need. It also teaches us the importance of a generous and compassionate heart towards others, especially those less fortunate. As followers of Christ, we are called to share what we have with the poor and to show kindness and compassion to those in need. This act of feeding the poor also demonstrates Jesus' ability to perform miracles and provide for those who are lacking. It reminds us that God can use even the most insignificant sources to bring about great blessings and provision. As we seek to follow Jesus' example, let us also show compassion and generosity towards those in need, knowing that God can use our willingness to help others to bring about miracles in their lives. Bible AI.

A Poem

In a land where hope was scarce,

Jesus walked with love so rare,

The poor and weary followed near,

Drawn to his words, free from fear.

For three long days, they journeyed on,

Their faith unwavering, though tired and worn,

Yet Jesus saw their hunger deep,

And vowed to feed them, hearts to keep.

With loaves and fishes, meagre fare,

He blessed the food with tender care,

Miraculously, it multiplied,

Feeding all who stood beside.

The poor rejoiced, their spirits lifted high,

Touched by grace from the sky,

In Jesus' kindness, they found solace true,

A feast of love for the chosen few.

Gods love for children

God's Love for Children

An imaginary scene where Jesus is reading to children that surround him, telling them about his Father in heaven.

Jesus summoned them, saying, "Allow the little children to come to me, and don't hinder them, for God's Kingdom belongs to such as these. Luke 18:16

Jesus' words about allowing little children to come to him without hindrance remind us of the value that God places on children. In the given verses, Jesus emphasizes the importance of childlike faith and humility in entering the Kingdom of Heaven. Children are often seen as innocent, trusting, and dependent, and these are qualities that God highly values. As adults, we can learn from children by approaching God with the same innocence, trust, and humility that they do. We can also learn to prioritize what God values, which may often differ from the world's priorities. This can include caring for the vulnerable, showing love and compassion to others, and recognizing the worth of every individual regardless of their status or importance in the eyes of the world. Overall, Jesus' words about children remind us to approach God with childlike faith and humility and to recognize the unique values of God's Kingdom.


Innocence pure, in children's eyes,

God's love shines bright, a heavenly prize,

"Let them come," Jesus gently said,

For in their hearts, His Kingdom spread.

Their laughter rings like angel's song,

In their embrace, we all belong,

For God's own heart, in them we see,

A love so deep, so wild and free.

Oh, precious souls, so full of grace,

In their small hands, His love we trace,

No hindrance here, no walls to build,

In their presence, our hearts are filled.

So let them come, with open arms,

Their innocence, a potent charm,

For in their midst, God's Kingdom thrives,

In children's hearts, His love survives.

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