There is a Homeless Jesus statue at Saint Alban's Church in North Carolina which inspired Michael Adams to sculpt Jesus sitting on a park bench. The implications of a Homeless Jesus is galvanizing communities all over the country. We're thinking of our homeless brethren in a way we maybe didn't before. Have I done enough? What would Jesus do? This is a wooden plaque by noted Christian artist Marco Sevelli of Adam's No Place to Rest.
This renewed dialogue is what the sculptor,Michael Adams, inspired by Matthew 25:40 (The King will reply, ‘Truly I tell you, whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers and sisters of mine, you did for me.) No Place to Rest, evokes an emotional response in the viewer, bringing to the forefront thoughts about social justice and servanthood, and about each person's covenant with the Creator to do justice, love mercy, and walk humbly with our God. The piece is a reminder that Jesus, homeless himself, cared for every living creature regardless of their circumstances, and He asks us to do the same.
Wood -- 10 x 0.375 x 12" H
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