It’s circulating around on Facebook with no attribution. Here it is for your appreciation and use. Sorry it’s not any larger than this, but it is a bit more nicely done than a previous one posted. Another one to supplement this one is the chart of examples in Acts.
Remember also that there’s an online study very nicely done HERE.
Here’s a link to a great resource for Bible charts that I didn’t previously know about. I had posted two or three of these charts here in TFR before without knowing where they came from simply because I got them in an email. The reason that I checked the site out is because someone had told me about the unfortunate passing of the site’s creator (Donnie Barnes) and the name “Barnes’ Bible Charts” rung a bell because of the name that was attached to the bottom right hand side of the charts that I had previously posted.
I thought some of you here in TRF might be interested in having this site saved as a favorite in your browser due to the vast (and I mean vast) number of topics that these charts cover. To me, the greatest way to remember this brother’s work would be to use it however it may be used to help others understand the word of God.
Here’s a good and basic chart describing what people did according to the scriptures to become a Christian during the first years of the gospel. Multiple lessons could be taught with it, one of which is that it’s good for people to compare what they have been taught in the religious world to what the Bible teaches when it comes to salvation and what must be done in our response to the invitation of the gospel of Jesus.
Here’s another Bible chart that I got in an email from a friend. It covers a very basic topic, but like the last chart, this one could be used to do several different things too. It would probably work best as a bulletin board with some tweaking on the layout. I hope you find it useful for something though: