Jesus Parables Cheatsheet

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Do you enjoy diving into Jesus’ parables? I do!!! 

I love reading them because there's SOOO much you can glean from them and they apply to so many different situations. Today, I made for you a cheatsheet so you can keep it in your Bible or use it in your Sunday School class to help you have a quick reference of where they all are! 

You could also gift one to a friend or insert one in a greeting card to an inbound home person (or someone in the hospital) to encourage them. 

These Jesus parables cheatsheet printables contain a standard printer size (wall art style) and also two half sheet sizes (perfect size for Bibles)!

Here’s what you’ll find:

  • Lamp under a basket – Matthew 5:14-16
  • Building on rock/sand – Matthew 7:24-27
  • Unshrunk (new) cloth on an old garment – Matthew 9:16
  • New wine in old wineskins – Matthew 9:17
  • The sower – Matthew 13:3-23
  • The tares – Matthew 13:24-30
  • The mustard seed – Matthew 13:31-32
  • The leaven – Matthew 13:33
  • The hidden treasure – Matthew 13:44
  • The pearl of great price – Matthew 13:45-46
  • The dragnet – Matthew 13:47-50
  • The lost sheep – Matthew 18:12-14
  • The unforgiving servant – Matthew 18:23-35
  • The workers in the vineyard – Matthew 20:1-16
  • The two sons – Matthew 21:28-32
  • The wicket vine-growers – Matthew 21:33-45
  • The wedding feast – Matthew 22:2-14
  • The fig tree – Matthew 24:32-44
  • The ten virgins – Matthew 25:1-13
  • The talents – Matthew 25:14-30
  • The growing seed – Mark 4:26-29
  • The absent householder – Mark 13:33-37
  • The creditor and two debtors – Luke 7:41-43
  • The good Samaritan – Luke 10:30-37
  • A friend in need – Luke 11:5-13
  • The rich fool – Luke 12:16-21
  • The watchful servants – Luke 12:35-40
  • The faithful and evil servant – Luke 12:42-48
  • The barren fig tree – Luke 13:6-9
  • The great supper – Luke 14:16-24
  • Building a tower and a king making war – Luke 14:25-35
  • The lost coin – Luke 15:8-10
  • The lost son – Luke 15:11-32
  • The unrighteous steward – Luke 16:1-13
  • The rich man and Lazarus – Luke 16:19-31
  • Unprofitable servants – Luke 17:7-10
  • The persistent widow – Luke 18:1-8
  • The Pharisee and the tax collector – Luke 18:9-14
  • The minas – Luke 19:11-27


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