Jesus Mural of Faith, Hope, Love, and Peace.
 
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Title:Jesus Mural of Faith, Hope, Love, and Peace
Notes:This mural places Jesus centerstage with arms outstretched, welcoming all people to him. Incorporated into the figure of Jesus is a mosaic quality that undoubtedly represents his multifaceted nature as well as the ability for all peoples to claim him as their own. Surrounding him is a diverse group holding hands in unity. One of the scripture passages listed for this image gives us the second greatest commandment: “to love one’s neighbor as oneself.” In loving one another, we stimulate peace, faith, and hope for the war-torn and unjust world in which we live. This painting reminds us that it is in our love for one another—a love that seeks equality and justice for all—that we show true, deep, and abiding love for God as well.
Date:20th century
Object/Function:Mural
City/Town:Chicago
State:IL
Country:United States

Scripture:Mark 1:29-39
Matthew 17:1-9
Mark 12:28-34
Person as Subject:Jesus Christ (Biblical figure)
Lectionary links:BEpip05
BEast05
ATran
BProp26
CEpip03
CEpip04
General Subject:Faith
Love
Community
Hope
Peace

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Attribution:Jesus Mural of Faith, Hope, Love, and Peace, from Art in the Christian Tradition, a project of the Vanderbilt Divinity Library, Nashville, TN. https://diglib.library.vanderbilt.edu/act-imagelink.pl?RC=56412 [retrieved May 18, 2024]. Original source: https://www.flickr.com/photos/36847973@N00/3342340183 - CC BY 2.0.
Record Number:56412 Last Updated: 2023-08-10 12:09:11 Record Created: 2017-10-25 12:52:46
Institution:Vanderbilt University Collection: Art in the Christian Tradition