Monday, October 8, 2012

The Appeal of the Cross



In the Royal Gallery at Munich there is a most impressive painting by the famous artist, Correggio. It represents the bleeding, thorn-crowned Savior in His suffering. The rope which binds the hands of the suffering Divine victim is represented as depending on the Latin inscription which, translated into English, reads:

"I have borne these things for thee;
What hast thou done for Me?"

Source:

Pulpit Helps, date unknown.


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