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Memorial Lutheran Church Stain Glass Windows — Part 2

In this post, I will share information about the center lancet of the Memorial Lutheran Church’s Chancel Window.

Memorial Lutheran Church Chancel Window - Center Lancets

At the bottom of the center lancet is the incarnation, above that the vicarious sacrifice of our Lord on the Cross, His mother Mary and John the beloved disciple standing by. Directly above, the glorious resurrection of our Lord is symbolized by the banner of the Church Triumphant rising from the empty tomb, and further identified by the lily and bursting pomegranate. In the peak of the window is Christ the King, of Revelation, enthroned in glory, the dove of the Holy Spirit descending on His head. His one hand is raised in benediction, in the other He holds an Orb surmounted by a cross, while is flanked by the Alpha and Omega signifying that He is from all time to all time, the beginning and the ending.

Note: The picture has a ceiling fan covering a part of the Christ the King peak.

In the next post, I will share information about the lancets to the left and right of the incarnation.

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