In Luke 7, Jesus raises a young man from the dead in the village of Nain. Lucas Cranach the Younger--one of the primary artists of the Reformation churches--painted the funeral procession outside of Nain as if the town was in medieval Europe. Jesus, as in much medieval art, is wearing royal red, and the young man is wearing a white shroud, which reminds us of our baptismal gown. ("Auferweckung des Jünglings zu Nain" in the "City Church," Wittenberg)
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Jesus is Carried Down from the Cross ___ "He himself bore our sins in his body on the tree, that we might die to sin and live to righteousness. By his wounds you have been healed" – 1 Peter 2:24. A beautiful medieval ivory in the Victoria & Albert Museum of a dead Jesus being tenderly carried by Joseph of Arimathea.
Face of Jesus Christ, Head of Christ Artist is: Akiane and copyrighted. She's a young girl who painted this when she was only 8 years old. You can learn more about Akiane and her art at Akiane.com The painting is also mentioned in Colton Burpo's story about "Heaven is for Real"