St John the Evangelist by Louis C Tiffany Panel #14748
Can be sized to fit your windows, as a hanging panel or as a light box.
The stained glass window depicting St. John the Evangelist serves as a reminder of the importance of his role as an apostle, author of a Gospel, emphasis on the importance of love, and the significance of bearing witness to the Christian faith.
St. John the Evangelist is a prominent figure in the Christian faith and is often depicted in stained glass windows in churches. Here are some reasons why:
John was one of the twelve apostles. As a close companion of Jesus, he is seen as an important figure in the early Christian church.
St. John is the author of the Gospel of John, which is one of the four canonical Gospels in the New Testament.
John is often referred to as the "apostle of love," because of his emphasis on the importance of love in the Christian faith. In his Gospel and his letters, he emphasizes the idea that God is love and that Christians should love one another. Depicting St. John in stained glass can serve as a reminder of this important message.
St. John is also known for his role as a witness to the life and teachings of Jesus. He was present at important events in Jesus' life, such as the Transfiguration and the Last Supper, and was the only disciple to witness Jesus' crucifixion. Depicting St. John in stained glass can emphasize the importance of bearing witness to the Christian faith and the teachings of Jesus.