Skip to comments.The Bible In Paintings: ✝️ JESUS WELCOMES ALL THE CHILDREN ✝️ Part 1
Posted on 01/26/2023 6:17:30 AM PST by Hebrews 11:6
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That’s a great collection. Glad I don’t have to rank them.
Good Morning, Dan. :-)
We mustn’t rank which are our favorite children.
Jesus loves the little children, Mary-Lou, and also old geezers and and geezerettes.
Some days I identify as a geezer, some days as a codger. I’m confused.
I’ve always told mine that they are tied for last. Jk
Actually, my parents very clearly ranked their grandchildren. It was so obvious that it became something of a family joke. It was the top two, then everybody else.
My story is the opposite. My father disowned me for twenty years.
A most beautiful and inspirational subject. The children also represent us in our life journey still growing in our understanding.
#12 Brent Borup. Wonderful artist. His paintings are rich in color and depth, they exude beauty and a serenity I find very touching.
#2 and 3 by Greg Olsen.
#29 by the Renaissance French sculptor Ligier Richier. His remarkable work was often compared with that of Michelangelo. He also developed a wax treatment to make his limestone carvings resemble marble.
If you moved to the Geezer Plateau, in the Shadow of the Great Pyramid, which was already old in the First Century, it will all become clear!
Oh...it’s the GIZA Plateau?
I was disowned a couple of times. I just don’t want that with my own children. I have no desire to even try to control them as adults.
I mentioned previously that I am collecting works of various selected artists for display after this series. Yesterday, I finally conceded that I had erred in not including the always excellent Carl Bloch among them. And I added Caravaggio several days ago. It’s becoming quite a potent lineup: this wouldn’t mean anything to a non-baseball fan like you, but it’s a Murderer’s Row.
Right. I haven’t the foggiest idea what you are talking about....Baseball? Not for me, give me tennis any time.
I’m sorry to hear that, Dan.
Every picture is a masterpiece. Our children and grandchildren are our most innocent, most precious resource.
The fires of Hell can’t burn hot enough for those who would exploit and harm them, born or unborn.
“If anyone causes one of these little ones—those who believe in me—to stumble, it would be better for them to have a large millstone hung around their neck and to be drowned in the depths of the sea."
Good addition—thanks. I’ll have a second batch tomorrow.
Hello Dan, and greetings to everyone!
So many beauties herein;
Hole captures the feeling we get when we step outside on a blazing summer day; the reflections hurt our eyes, and we don’t linger long in the courtyard...
Thank You Dan -
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