DescriptionWow! The Lamb of God created using the Ancient Hebrew letters really pops with color and the eye-catching design, and it is certain to draw interest from your guests. The size is 18×24 inches and 1.5 inches deep. The canvas print wraps around the edge of the stretcher boards with finished color all the way around the back. Framing is not needed.
This is printed on demand on canvas and shipped after you order to be delivered in 1-2 weeks.
• Acid-free, PH-neutral, poly-cotton base
• 20.5 mil (0.5 mm) thick poly-cotton blend canvas
• Canvas fabric weight: 13.9 oz/yd2(470 g/m²)
• Hand-stretched over solid wood stretcher bars
• Matte finish coating
• 1.5″ (3.81 cm) deep
• Mounting brackets included
When I began this piece, I had in mind John the Baptist’s statement recorded in John 1:29. When John saw Jesus coming towards him he said, “Behold the Lamb of God who takes away the sin of the world.” Having heard this phrase my whole life, I incorrectly assumed that the phrase “Lamb of God” was spattered throughout the whole Bible. Surprisingly, that phrase seems to be exclusive to John.
Then I wondered about “Passover Lamb.” My search for that phrase came up empty as well. The lamb appears to be referred to as only the Passover or Pesach. So at this point in my research, this will be my lamb that illustrates my vision of the Lamb… or as Paul wrote in 1 Corinthians 5:7… ”indeed Christ our Passover who was sacrificed for us (me).”
I am interested in other understandings and/or research about this topic. Please don’t hesitate to comment below.
|s||The ‘Shin’ is the picture two teeth, usually meaning to tear, rip, or destroy.|
|h||The ‘Hey’ illustrates a man with his arms up like he is trying to get attention, so it refers to behold, look, observe, or reveal. In this case it is used as “what comes from.”|
Of the teeth (those that graze)