$ 45

Size: 40 x 30 cm

Free shipping worldwide

And it was now almost noon. And it was the same day they were preparing to slay the Passover lambs. Now when the soldiers crucified Jesus, they divided up his clothes into four shares, one for each of them. But his tunic was seamless, woven from the top to the bottom as a single garment. So the soldiers said to each other, Don't tear itlets throw dice to see who gets it! The soldiers did all of this not knowing they fulfilled the Scripture that says, They divided my garments among them and gambled for my clothing. Jesus knew that his mission was accomplished, and to fulfill the Scripture, Jesus said: I am thirsty. A jar of sour wine was sitting nearby, so they soaked a sponge with it and put it on the stalk of hyssop and raised it to his lips. When he had sipped the sour wine, he said, It is finished, my bride! Then he bowed his head and surrendered his spirit to God.

John 19:14, 23-24, 28-30, (TPT)


Jewish priests were slaughtering lambs while Jesus was hanging on the cross. Our perfect Lamb of God was worthy to take away the sin of the world (John 1:29). In the Old Testament books of Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers and Deuteronomy, there are many mentions of linen garments that were to be worn by the priests serving at the Tabernacle. It is believed that the High Priests were instructed by the Lord to wear seamless undergarments. The significance of Jesus seamless tunic reflects his identity as the High Priest of the New Covenant. Brian Simmons writes, As believers, we are now robed in that seamless garment of righteousness in Christ...Jesus was unclothed so that we could be robed in his glory. (Simmons). The stalk of hyssop used to give Jesus a sip of wine is reminiscent of the hyssop used by the Israelites to mark their doorposts with the blood of the Passover Lamb before being led out of Egypt. When the destroyer came over Egypt to kill the first born people and animals, the Lord passed over the doors marked by blood so that the destroyer was not permitted to enter there (See Exodus 12:23). A lamb is the essence of sweet innocence and fragility. How beautiful and tragic it was that for our sake, the only Son of God became the Lamb of God. The blood of the Lamb has cleansed us and left us blameless and perfect in his sight (Colossians 1:22). He is worthy of our endless adoration! He is worthy of everlasting worship and he alone is worthy of our eternal affection.

Unframed art print made of museum-quality matte paper. Giclée printed on archival, acid-free paper. Additional prophetic description of the artwork is available for download upon purchase.

Free shipping on all orders.
Prints are packaged and delivered in a durable hard case tube. Average delivery time is 5-10 business days.

Satisfaction guaranteed!
Returns are accepted. Please check out our terms for more information.

frame sizes

Print sizes

All prints are 30 x 40 cm and fit best within a 30 x 40 cm frame with a passe-partout of 30 x 21 cm

Picture without passe-partout, length: 40 cm
Picture without passe-partout, breadth: 30 cm
Picture with passe-partout, length: 30cm
Picture with passe-partout, breadth: 21 cm