Images for the Fourth Sunday after Pentecost- Lectionary 14A

ScheffZechariah 9: 9-12                      Lo, your king comes to you…humble and riding on a donkey
Psalm 145: 8-14                         The LORD is gracious and merciful, slow to anger…
Romans 7: 15-25a                    Who will rescue me from this body of death
Matthew 11: 16-19, 25-30     Come to me all you who are weary…and I will give you rest
 

My poem Unforced Rhythms of Grace pulls heavily on the language of the gospel text this week

The Zechariah 9 text is also used on Palm Sunday, and so to begin with a Palm Sunday image

James Tissot, The Procession in the Streets of Jerusalem (1886-1902)

James Tissot, The Procession in the Streets of Jerusalem (1886-1902)

More images of the procession here

For the Gospel text this week here are some of the interesting images I found

There is a very beautiful image here by Robyn Sand Anderson go to Yoke about 1/2 way down the page

Isaiah's Love Song by Terri Derocher at http://lovelettersfromheaven.homestead.com/

Isaiah’s Love Song by Terri Derocher at http://lovelettersfromheaven.homestead.com/

Come and Rest by keb_s@deviantart.com

Come and Rest by keb_s@deviantart.com

 

Carl Heinrich Bloch, Christ Consolator

Carl Heinrich Bloch, Christ Consolator

Amy Scheffer, Christus Consolator (1836)

Ari Scheffer, Christus Consolator (1836)

David Hetland, Come Unto Me at the First United Methodist Church, Fargo, ND

David Hetland, Come Unto Me at the First United Methodist Church, Fargo, ND

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