To Treasure and Ponder the Works of God – Psalm 8; Luke 2:19; Romans 1:18-25

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December 5, 2004

We offer this special message from our sermon archive to encourage you to reflect on the works of God as we enter the new year.

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5 thoughts on “To Treasure and Ponder the Works of God – Psalm 8; Luke 2:19; Romans 1:18-25

    CatholicReligionTeacher said:
    January 4, 2014 at 10:41 am

    Awesome! Thanks for going the extra mile and checking into this. If you have no luck, not a huge deal, but I certainly appreciate the effort!

    Thanks again!
    Greg

    CatholicReligionTeacher said:
    January 3, 2014 at 1:39 pm

    I’m enjoying your site – especially the great artwork! (pieta, mosaic in the Hagia Sophia, etc.)

    Do you know the name of the painting you used on this page? (the one with Mary holding the child Jesus) We have this painting hanging in our house (given as a gift) but I can’t seem to track down a good, high-res digital copy of it. Any help would be greatly appreciated!

    Keep up the great work for the Lord!

    In Him,
    Greg Aitchison

      davidhhorner responded:
      January 4, 2014 at 8:41 am

      Greg, I am sorry! I don’t know. Wish I could help you find it. A friend of mine found it for me and posted it so I will copy your question and send it on to him to see if we can help you track it down. And thanks also for coming to the site…means a lot to know someone is looking at it!
      Yours in Christ,
      David

        davidhhorner responded:
        January 4, 2014 at 12:24 pm

        Follow up…to Greg’s question about the painting.

        The image is a photo taken from a painting entitled, “Madonna of the Streets,” the artist is Robert Ferruzi (1854-1934), and it was first displayed in the late 1800s.

        Thanks to my friend Mike for tracking this down for us!

        CatholicReligionTeacher said:
        January 4, 2014 at 10:44 pm

        OUTSTANDING!!!! Thank you both, David and Mike! You’ve solved a riddle that I didn’t think I’d ever be able to figure out. I’m truly indebted to both of you.

        Thank you!
        Greg

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