That's what I thought of when someone googled Jesus healing the soldier's servant (not the servant's soldier) and Peter (not Jesus) walking on the water.
You know all those early education exercises: Which two pictures or letters or numbers are the same? Which one is different?
For you as a grown-up or maybe even with older kids...take two similar stories from scripture and look at them from a different angle. What's the same? What's different?
Just a simple change of position, a shift in where you're standing, may help you see things you haven't seen before.
A non-story example: If you take a camera and...how about a tree. Any tree. Take photos from different angles, different positions. You may not be able to take it from overhead unless you climb a taller tree or photograph a small tree from an upstairs window. Lay on the ground and take a picture looking up. Take it from 4 different positions. Take 4 sides standing up. Take a far away and and up close. Take the whole tree and parts of the tree. Take the bark, a leaf, a pine cone. Take bark, leaf and pine cone in the same picture. It's all the same tree. God made that tree. But there's so much to see (and smell and touch and hear...!) Choose two trees. Using the exact same picture of 2 different trees may be a better analogy.
Anyway if you do that with stories from scripture - without adding, taking away or speculating- I'm guessing you will see things you haven't seen before.