Journey of Transformation 有限者的覺悟

我如今所知道的有限,到那時就全知道,如同主知道我一樣 ~林前13。



The Return of the Prodigal Son (1668)

oil on canvas (262 × 206 cm) — 1668-69, by Rambrantd

Hermitage, St. Petersburg

After having wasted all the money he had inherited, the youngest son returns to his father. The latter receives him with mercy. The surrounding figures watch with respect as the father forgives his prodigal son.

路 15:21 兒子說、父親、我得罪了天、又得罪了你.從今以後、我不配稱為你的兒子。

路 15:22 父親卻吩咐僕人說、把那上好的袍子快拿出來給他穿.把戒指戴在他指頭上.把鞋穿在他腳上.

路 15:23 把那肥牛犢牽來宰了、我們可以喫喝快樂.

路 15:24 因為我這個兒子、是死而復活、失而又得的。他們就快樂起來。






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