Images for the Sixth and Seventh Sunday after Pentecost-Lectionary 16 and 17A

Was out last week, but here are some images from the Sixth Sunday After Pentecost (Matthew 13: 13:24-30, 36-43)

James Tissot, The Enemy Who Sows (Between 1886 and 1894)

James Tissot, The Enemy Who Sows (Between 1886 and 1894)

Felician Rops, Satan Sowing Seeds (1872)

Felician Rops, Satan Sowing Seeds (1872)

Abraham Bloemaert, The Parable of the Wheat and Tares (1624)

Abraham Bloemaert, The Parable of the Wheat and Tares (1624)

Illustration from Martin Luther's time comparing the devil sowing seeds in the field to the sale of indulgences

Illustration from Martin Luther’s time comparing the devil sowing seeds in the field to the sale of indulgences

The Seventh Sunday after Pentecost (Matthew 13: 31-33, 44-53)

This is a series of parables which Jan Luyken has an illustration for each one

Jan Luyken, Parable of the Mustard Seek in the Bowyer Bible

Jan Luyken, Parable of the Mustard Seek in the Bowyer Bible

Jan Luyken etching Parable of the Leaven

Jan Luyken etching Parable of the Leaven

For the Treasure Hidden in the Field there are several images

Jan Luyken, etching, The Parable of the Hidden Treasure

Jan Luyken, etching, The Parable of the Hidden Treasure

possibly Rembrandt; possibly Gerard Dou, Parable of the Hidden Treasure (possibly 1630)

possibly Rembrandt; possibly Gerard Dou, Parable of the Hidden Treasure (possibly 1630)

John Everett Millais, The Hidden Treasure, 1864

John Everett Millais, The Hidden Treasure, 1864

Jan Luyken, etching, Parable of the Pearl of Great Price

Jan Luyken, etching, Parable of the Pearl of Great Price

Domenico Fetti, La Perle de grand prix

Domenico Fetti, La Perle de grand prix

Jan Luyken, etching, the Parable of the Dragnet

Jan Luyken, etching, the Parable of the Dragnet

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