Search ResultsThe Foolish Virgins This 19th century engraving by John Everett Millais depicts Jesus parable of the 10 foolish virgins from Matthew 25:1-13. The Parable of the Wise and Foolish Virgins This 16th century engraving by Philip Galle after Pieter Bruegel the Elder depicts Matthew 25:1-13, where Jesus tells the parable of the wise and foolish virgins. The Wise and Foolish Virgins This 1930 painting by Eleanor Fortescue-Brickdale depicts Jesus' parable of the wise and foolish virgins from Matthew 25:1-13. History of Hymns: “The Virgin Mary Had a Baby Boy” This offers commentary on the West-Indian Christmas Spiritual: “The Virgin Mary Had a Baby Boy.” Based on Psalm 19:14, Luke 1:27, and 2:1-20, it reflects the experiences of enslaved Africans when they came to the Americas. The Wise and Foolish Virgins This 19th century etching by Edward Coley Burne-Jones depicts Matthew 25:1-13, where Jesus tells the parable of the wise and foolish virgins. A Foolish Virgin This 15th century drawing by Martin Schongauer depicts a foolish virgin from Matthew 25:1-13. Last Judgment and the Wise and Foolish Virgins This 15th century painting by an unknown Flemish master depicts the Last Judgment together with the wise and foolish virgins from Matthew 25:1-13. Foolish Virgins This 16th century woodcut by Albrecht Dürer depicts the parable of the foolish virgins from Matthew 25:1-13. Parable of the Ten Virgins This sixteenth-century woodcut depicts Matthew 25, where in the Parable of the Ten Virgins, five wise virgins bring extra oil while five foolish virgins do not bring extra oil and are turned away by the bridegroom. Virgin and Child with St. John the Baptist and St. Andrew This late 14th century painting by Tadeo di Bartolo contains three panels. The main panel depicts the Virgin and Child, with side panels each depicting St. John the Baptist and St. Andrew. Virgin and Child This 17th century painting by Pietro da Cortona depicts the the Virgin Mary and the Christ Child. Virgin Mourning the Dead Christ This 16th century sculpture by Cesare Targone depicts the Mary, Jesus' mother, mourning over the dead body of her son. Full Text Hymns on Virgin Virgin-born, we bow before theePD
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See more hymns... “A Virgin Most Pure” This resource presents the lyrics and audio-video of Mae McKenna's rendition of "A Virgin Most Pure"—a Christmas carol that describes the events of Luke 2. Additionally, the resource contains Mikhail Vasilyevich's painting of the Virgin Mary. How can this be, since I am a virgin? A poem, "How can this be, since I am a virgin?" (Luke 1:34) and painting inspired by the annunciation. The painting is a modern piece with rich texture and color. The poem contemplates Mary's free will.... Virgin and Child with Saints This 16th century painting by Ambrosius Benson depicts the Virgin Mary and the Christ-Child, accompanied by Saint Barbara and Saint Catherine of Alexandria. The Other Side of the Closed Door: Identifying With the Foolish Virgins Describing the problems of allegorizing Jesus' parable of the virgins, Stanley Saunder's commentary on Matthew 25:1-3 discusses how we can identify with the foolish girls. Specifically, we sleep when we should be preparing for God's reign. Advent Painting: Virgin Mary Consoles Eve Sister Grace Remington created an advent painting titled, "Virgin Mary Consoles Eve.” Rich in colors, this ink drawing shows the Virgin Mary comforting Eve with the serpent wrapped around her leg. Parable of the Ten Virgins Illustrating the Parable of the Virgins with a story of running out of gas while being late for a meeting, this Lenten devotional by Diedra Riggs on Matthew 25:1-13 discusses the importance of preparation for Easter. Virgin and Child This 15th century painting by Geertgen tot Sint Jans depicts the Madonna as a fragile female figure holding her newborn together with a vanquished dragon. Mary, Virgin and Mother “Truly great is the wonder of the Virgin. . . . She is a servant and the Mother of God, a virgin and a mother.” Ancient commentary by John of Chrysostom about the Virgin Mary.