This is a list of links to free clip art that people can use for their Bible timelines. Please be patient as I add to it. Many of these images can be used on a full page as a coloring activity for your Bible studies. **please note that clicking on a link below will open it in a new window.
Note: I prefer more “realistic” and “classical” artwork than comics & cartoons, so that is the clipart that I have linked here. Unless noted, most of these images are black-and-white (because my kids enjoy coloring them).
Downloading images: I right-click on the image and copy it, then paste it into a blank Word document. Then I re-size the image to the size I want. That way I can fit multiple images on one page, saving ink and paper.
General New Testament (click here for Old Testament)
You can find TONS of images from the Old and New Testament here. I have many of these listed individually below.
Various full-color clipart can be downloaded free from here.
John the Baptist
Numerous images depicting his birth & ministry here
Life of Jesus
Wise men before Herod (color)
Herod kills the babies (warning: some nudity, and may be too graphic for little children)
Presentation at the temple (color)
Numerous links to images of the nativity and His childhood here
In the temple as a young boy
A “collage” sketch of the twelve that can be colored in, here
Depictions of the parables (Garden of Praise website):
Parable of the mustard seed
Parable of the pearl of great price
Parable of the hidden treasure
Parable of the lost coin
Links to pictures depicting His miracles
Healing the leper (color)
Healing the blind man (color)
By the pool at Bethsaida (color)
Heals the paralytic lowered through the roof (color)
Healing the deaf man (color)
Heals the man with the withered hand (color)
Calming the sea (color picture)
After His resurrection, on the road to Emmaus
Images depicting his arrest, trial, and crucifixion can be found here
I also found a list of links to art & illustrations of the resurrection and ascension
Images depicting events from the book of Acts here
The Biblical Arts website has numerous links to artwork and illustrations depicting themes from the epistles of Paul. Please be aware that some of the paintings shown here may be too graphic for young children. I haven’t screened everything on this site yet.