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Bearden's painting captures both the anger and suffering in this moment on the cross and the joyfulness of Christ's victory over death and oppression. This week, we consider how Jesus' words "I am thirsty" mark both the fulfillment of Scripture and the beginning of a new Covenant, written in his blood.
In contrast to the other images in our Lenten series, this work (by multiple artists) depicts a kingly Christ surrounded by all creation. This week, we reflect on Jesus' last words, "It is finished" as we celebrate the beauty (or "Ubuhle", in Zulu) of Christ's victory over death.
In this etching, Rembrandt uses the visual impact of light and dark to show the contrast in Jesus' interactions with the two criminals. This week we reflect on "Paradise" as we consider the powerful depiction of forgiveness and hope amidst the frenzied activity at the foot of the cross.