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Book Title: Hochschätzbarer Seelen Ehren Thron : das ist Ein wahrhafftes Formular, oder allbewerteste Richtschnur ... die Seel ... in allweg sicher zu stellen

Author: Fortunat, F.

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Description: In the leftmost image across the top of the left page, Jesus holds his hand out to Peter after walking on the water (Matthew 14; Mark 6; John 6). In the center, Jesus multiplies bread for the crowd after a long day of preaching in the Feeding of the Four/Five Thousand (Matthew 14; Matthew 15; Mark 6; Mark 8; Luke 9; John 6). On the right, the disciples urge Jesus to wake up and still the storm as their boat is overcome by the waves (Matthew 8; Mark 4; Luke 8). On the register below to the left, Jesus instructs Simon to cast his nets for a miraculous catch as he preaches on his boat (Luke 5). On the right, Jesus sits at the head of the table with his disciples at the Passover Seder (Matthew 26; Mark 14; Luke 22). Directly below, Jesus washes and dries the feet of his disciples after the Passover Seder (Matthew 26; Luke 22; John 13). On the same register to the left, Jesus heals a woman lying on a cot in a large crowd of people. Directly below, Jesus encounters conflict with Jewish authorities over doctrinal issues and observances of the law. In the bottom center panel, Jesus heals a blind man as he approaches Jericho (Matthew 20; Mark 10; Luke 18). On the bottom right of the page, Jesus makes a triumphal entry into Jerusalem on a donkey as members of the crowd wave palm fronds and spread their garments before him (Matthew 21; Mark 11; Luke 19; John 12). Three images line the top of the right page. On the left, Peter heals a lame beggar at the temple gate (Acts 3). Sapphira, wife of Ananias, falls dead at Peter’s feet after lying about the money they received for their piece of property (Acts 5). On the right, Peter and John are questioned by Annas the high priest, Caiaphas, John, Alexander and others of the high priest’s family after their arrest for preaching to the people (Acts 4). One register below on the left, members of the Sanhedrin stone Stephen (Acts 7). Directly to the right, Peter slips past the sleeping guards and escapes from prison under the guidance of the angel of the Lord (Acts 12). On the second register from the bottom, the leftmost image depicts Saul falling off his horse during his conversion to Christianity on the road to Damascus (Acts 9; Acts 22). To the right, James the brother of John is beheaded as a martyr (Acts 12). On the bottom register, Peter heals the bedridden Aeneas after eight years of paralysis on the left (Acts 9). In the center, Cornelius the centurion in Caesarea has a vision in which an angel of God instructs him to bring Simon-Peter back from Joppa (Acts 10). On the right, Peter has a vision on a rooftop of four-legged animals descending down to earth in a large sheet (Acts 10).

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