“The resurrection of Jesus was simply God’s unwillingness to take our ‘no‘ for an answer. He raised Jesus, not as an invitation to us to come to heaven when we die, but as a declaration that he himself has now established permanent, eternal residence here on earth. The good news of the resurrection of Jesus is not that we shall die and go home to be with him, but that he has risen and comes home with us, bringing all his hungry, naked, thirsty, sick prisoner brothers with him.”

– Clarence Jordan, farmer, New Testament scholar

Ecce Homo, Titian, 1560:

Happy Easter, Happy Passover, happy spring. May your gardens grow, your songs sing out, and your souls be comforted … even through fear and tribulation. I wish this for each and every one of you.

Love and blessings from Museworthy 🙂

6 thoughts on “Liberator

  1. roberta m says:

    Happy Easter Museworthy; enjoy all the new beginnings that Spring brings!

  2. Adriana says:

    I just landed on your blog, as I was looking for some information about Henri Matisse and Lydia Delectorskaya.
    I love your articles, added to my daily readings!
    Have a beautiful Easter.


    • artmodel says:


      How wonderful! Matisse and Lydia have brought many visitors to this blog. They are searched for quite a bit!
      So glad you’ve enjoyed the posts you’ve read. Delighted to have you, and thanks for commenting 🙂


  3. Bill says:

    An excellent choice for a sublime subject — Happy Easter, Claudia!

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