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Nativity This 15th century painting by Gentile da Fabriano depicts Luke 2:1-20, where several subjects coexist in this painting: the Madonna of Humility, the Nativity, and the Annunciation to the Shepherds. Image | getty.edu | Gentile da Fabriano Nativity This 17th century chalk illustration by Guido Reni depicts the Nativity from Luke 2:1-20, showing the intimacy of the Virgin cradling her infant. Image | getty.edu | Guido Reni The Tree of Jesse; The Annunciation; The Nativity; The Annunciation to the Shepherds In this 13th century French miniature, the Tree of Jesse, a visualization of Christ's ancestry, is joined with the Annunciation to the Virgin, the Nativity, and the Annunciation to the Shepherds. Image | getty.edu Nativity This early-16th century painting by Girolamo di Benvenuto depicts the Nativity from Luke 2:1-20. Image | getty.edu | Girolamo di Benvenuto The Nativity with the Prophets Isaiah and Ezekiel This early-14th century painting by Duccio di Buoninsegna depicts the nativity from Luke 2, with the prophets Isaiah and Ezekiel on each side. Image | nga.gov | Duccio di Buoninsegna The Nativity This 16th century painting by Perino del Vaga depicts the Nativity from Luke 2:1-20. Image | nga.gov | Perino del Vaga The Nativity This 15th century painting by Jean Bourdichon depicts the Nativity from Luke 2:1-20, where the child emanates golden rays that light up the interior of the building and illuminate the figures of Mary and Joseph. Image | getty.edu | Jean Bourdichon The Nativity This 16th century painting by Lorenzo Lotto depicts the nativity with the Holy Family and a crucifix in the background. Image | nga.gov | Lorenzo Lotto The Nativity This 11th century Ottonian painting depicts the Nativity from Luke 2:1-20, where the Virgin Mary reclines on a large bed while Jesus rests in a cradle behind and Joseph sits lost in thought. Image | getty.edu The Nativity This 15th century sculpture by Domenico Gagini depicts the nativity from Luke 2. Image | nga.gov | Domenico Gagini 'Nativity' This blog post features the "Nativity" by Brian Kershisnik. At 17 feet long, the painting depicts Jesus in a manager, surrounded by Mary and Joseph, two other women, and a dog--all surrounded by numerous angels. Image | Global Worship | Brian Kershisnik ‘Nativity’ Minda Cox is an accomplished speaker, author, and artist. Here is her painting, "Nativity." What makes the painting even more remarkable is the reality that Minda has no arms and paints completely with her mouth. Image | Global Worship | Minda Cox Full Text Hymns on Nativity Come let us join our cheerful songsPD
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The Nativity This 16th century painting by Simon Bening depicts the Nativity from Luke 2:1-20, where Mary and Joseph, four angels, and an ass and an ox cluster in a tight circle around the tiny Christ Child. Image | getty.edu | Simon Bening The Nativity This early 16th century woodcut by Albrecht Dürer depicts the nativity from Luke 2. Image | nga.gov | Albrecht Dürer Nativity Told through the story of a family setting up an outdoor nativity scene, this 2-1/2-minute video describes the nativity, which brought light into the world, as it relates to the darkness of sin. Drama | Igniter Media | Journey Box Media “Nativity Play Time Travel Tunnel” This resource presents the audio for John Ringhofer's "Nativity Play Time Travel Tunnel"—a Christmas song with lyrics taken from the interaction between the angels and shepherds in Luke 2:8-15. Song/Hymn | Global Worship | John Ringhofer The Nativity This 15th century painting by Willem Vrelant depicts the Nativity from Luke 2:1-20, where Mary and Joseph along with four angels gather around the tiny baby Christ, who lies on a portion of the Virgin's robe. Image | getty.edu | Willem Vrelant The Nativity This 15th century sculpture by Luca della Robbia depicts the nativity from Luke 2. Image | nga.gov | Luca della Robbia ‘Nativity Fast’ begins in Orthodox Churches Paul Neeley explains the Nativity Fast, "a period of abstinence and penance practiced by the Eastern Orthodox, Oriental Orthodox, and Eastern Catholic Churches, in preparation for the Nativity of Christ." It is sometimes called Winter Lent. Article | Global Worship | Paul Neeley The Nativity This 12th century German painting depicts the Nativity from Luke 2:1-20, where the the Virgin and Christ Child are surrounded by scrolls with Old Testament passages referring to those chosen to lead the Jewish people. Image | getty.edu
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