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Daniel Was Found Praying Image by Jan Luyken http://pitts.emory.edu/dia/image_details.cfm?ID=121330&referrer=preachingandworship.org Image by Jan Luyken Topics: Daniel , Prayer , Enemies , Art Source: Pitts Theology Library Digital Image Archive In this woodcut by Johannes (Jan) Luyken, Daniel is surprised by his enemies as he kneels in prayer (Daniel 6). A poem by Luyken accompanies the woodcut. The Rigid Judge Image by Jan Luyken http://pitts.emory.edu/dia/image_details.cfm?ID=121455&referrer=preachingandworship.org Image by Jan Luyken Source: Pitts Theology Library Digital Image Archive The parable of the Judge, who is bothered by the complaining woman. The Dutch artist and poet Johannes Luyken (1649-1712) drew and etched this emblem and wrote the accompanying poem Jesus Sleeps in the Boat Image by Jan Luyken http://pitts.emory.edu/dia/image_details.cfm?ID=121414&referrer=preachingandworship.org Image by Jan Luyken Topics: Miracle , Jesus Source: Pitts Theology Library Digital Image Archive Jesus, standing in the boat, orders the sea to become calm in Matthew 8:23-27 and Mark 4:35-41. The Dutch artist and poet Johannes Luyken (1649-1712) drew and etched this emblem and wrote the accompanying poem. Parable of the Unjust Steward Image by Jan Luyken https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/f/fd/Teachings_of_Jesus_31_of_40._parable_of_the_unjust_steward._Jan_Luyken_etching._Bowyer_Bible.gif Image by Jan Luyken Topics: Parables , Art , Justice Source: Wikimedia Commons This 18th century etching by Jan Luyken depicts Jesus' parable of the unjust steward from Luke 16:1-13. Jesus Reproaches Jerusalem Image by Jan Luyken http://pitts.emory.edu/dia/image_details.cfm?ID=121445&referrer=preachingandworship.org Image by Jan Luyken Source: Pitts Theology Library Digital Image Archive Jesus shows his disciples a hen that has gathered her chicks under her wings. The Dutch artist and poet Johannes Luyken (1649-1712) drew and etched this emblem and wrote the accompanying poem The Distribution of the Talents Image by Jan Luyken http://pitts.emory.edu/dia/image_details.cfm?ID=121477&referrer=preachingandworship.org Image by Jan Luyken Topics: Talent , Parable , Art Source: Pitts Theology Library Digital Image Archive The parable of the lazy servant who returned to his master one unused talent in Matthew 25:14-30. The Dutch artist and poet Johannes Luyken (1649-1712) drew and etched this emblem and wrote the accompanying poem. The Disciple James Is Killed Image by Jan Luyken http://pitts.emory.edu/dia/image_details.cfm?ID=121511&referrer=preachingandworship.org Image by Jan Luyken Topics: James , Art Source: Pitts Theology Library Digital Image Archive The disciple James is beheaded in Jerusalem. The Dutch artist and poet Johannes Luyken (1649-1712) drew and etched this emblem and wrote the accompanying poem inspired by Acts 12:1-2. Two Men Will Be in the Field Image by Jan Luyken http://pitts.emory.edu/dia/image_details.cfm?ID=121473&referrer=preachingandworship.org Image by Jan Luyken Topics: Second Coming Source: Pitts Theology Library Digital Image Archive Of the two men working in the field, one is taken, the other left. The Dutch artist and poet Johannes Luyken (1649-1712) drew and etched this emblem and wrote the accompanying poem based on Matthew 24:40. Moses and Aaron before Pharaoh Image by Jan Luyken http://pitts.emory.edu/dia/image_details.cfm?ID=121213&referrer=preachingandworship.org Image by Jan Luyken Topics: Moses Source: Pitts Theology Library Digital Image Archive The staff of Moses, changed into a snake, devoured those of the Egyptian magicians in Exodus 7:10-13. The artist Caspar Luiken drew and etched this emblem based, and his father, Johannes Luyken, wrote the accompanying poem. The Wedding in Cana of Galilee Image by Jan Luyken http://pitts.emory.edu/dia/image_details.cfm?ID=121367&referrer=preachingandworship.org Image by Jan Luyken Topics: Wedding Source: Pitts Theology Library Digital Image Archive The wedding in Cana in John 2:1-11. The Dutch artist and poet Johannes Luyken (1649-1712) drew and etched this emblem and wrote the accompanying poem. The Lost and Found Sheep Image by Jan Luyken http://pitts.emory.edu/dia/image_details.cfm?ID=121449&referrer=preachingandworship.org Image by Jan Luyken Topics: Parable , Art Source: Pitts Theology Library Digital Image Archive The parable of the lost and found-again sheep in Luke 15:1-7 and Matthew 18:11-14. The Dutch artist and poet Johannes Luyken (1649-1712) drew and etched this emblem and wrote the accompanying poem. The Thief Comes in the Night Image by Jan Luyken http://pitts.emory.edu/dia/image_details.cfm?ID=121475&referrer=preachingandworship.org Image by Jan Luyken Source: Pitts Theology Library Digital Image Archive The parable of the thief who digs under the wall at night. The Dutch artist and poet Johannes Luyken (1649-1712) drew and etched this emblem and wrote the accompanying poem Jesus Is Born Image by Jan Luyken http://pitts.emory.edu/dia/image_details.cfm?ID=121358&referrer=preachingandworship.org Image by Jan Luyken Source: Pitts Theology Library Digital Image Archive The adoration of the baby Jesus by the shepherds. The Dutch artist and poet Johannes Luyken (1649-1712) drew and etched this emblem and wrote the accompanying poem The Mother and Her Seven Sons Are Killed Image by Jan Luyken http://pitts.emory.edu/dia/image_details.cfm?ID=121351&referrer=preachingandworship.org Image by Jan Luyken Source: Pitts Theology Library Digital Image Archive The martyr's deaths of the mother and her seven sons, at the hands of Antiochus. The Dutch artist and poet Johannes Luyken (1649-1712) drew and etched this emblem and wrote the accompanying poem Joshua before the Man Who Appeared Image by Jan Luyken http://pitts.emory.edu/dia/image_details.cfm?ID=121240&referrer=preachingandworship.org Image by Jan Luyken Source: Pitts Theology Library Digital Image Archive Joshua kneels before the commander of the army of the Lord. The Dutch artist Caspar Luiken (1672-1708) drew and etched this emblem, and his father, Johannes Luyken (1649-1712), wrote the accompanying poem Peter Takes the Shekel out of the Mouth of the Fish Image by Jan Luyken http://pitts.emory.edu/dia/image_details.cfm?ID=121431&referrer=preachingandworship.org Image by Jan Luyken Source: Pitts Theology Library Digital Image Archive Peter finds the shekel in the mouth of the fish he has caught. The Dutch artist and poet Johannes Luyken (1649-1712) drew and etched this emblem and wrote the accompanying poem