The Inhabiting of the Heart

Book Title: Pious addresses of the heart to God wherein is shown its departure from and return to God in forty seven divine emblems illustrated with copper plates / By a Private Hand.

Author: Private hand

Image Title: The Inhabiting of the Heart

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Description: This emblem depicts an angel and a person gazing at the spirit of the Father’s son in the shape of a dove occupying his or her heart. The image is titled with the Latin CORDIS INHABITATIO, which translates “the inhabiting of the heart,” and is accompanied by the text of Galatians 4:6. This is the thirty-fourth in a series of 47 emblems published anonymously and adapted from Benedictine writer Benedict van Haeften's Schola Cordis (1629).

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