The Signs of Christ

Book Title: Historiæ Biblicæ Veteris et Novi Testamenti : junioribus ad faciliorem eruditionem, senioribus ad vivaciorem memoriam, divini verbi præconibus ad celeriorem reminiscentiam, omnibus ad utilem sanctámque in curiositatem in centum frugiferis foliis exhibitæ / à Josepho & Joanne Klauber

Author: Klauber, Joseph Sebastian, ca. 1700-1768

Image Title: The Signs of Christ

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Description: This image depicts the signs of Christ. In the center Jesus heals the woman with the issue of blood, raises a widow’s son from the dead at Nain, casts out a demon, enabling a mute man to speak, and heals a blind beggar. At the top Jesus is transfigured in the presence of Peter, James, and John, with Moses and Elijah by his side. To the top-left Jesus heals a paralytic in the presence of the disciples and Pharisees as his friends lower him on a mat from the roof above. In the top-left corner Jesus heals a man with a shriveled hand on the Sabbath. To the left Jesus heals a cripple by the pool of Bethesda. In the bottom-left corner Jesus raises Lazarus from the dead, and Jesus rescues Peter as he begins to sink during his attempt to walk on the water to Jesus. In the bottom-right corner Jesus casts out the Legion from the demoniac allowing them to go into a herd of pigs, heals Peter's mother-in-law, and heals a paralyzed man who takes up his mat and walks. To the right Jesus sleeps in a boat during a storm, but the disciples are afraid. In the top-right corner a boy provides Jesus and his disciples with five loaves of bread and two fish to feed the multitude of 5,000. To the top-right Jesus raises Jairus' daughter from the dead.

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