Christ visits the Home of Mary, Martha and Lazarus Panel #15286

Rich vibrant colors and beautiful details in the window featuring Jesus at the home of Martha, Mary and Lazarus. 
According to the Bible, Jesus visited Martha and Mary in their home in the town of Bethany. The stained glass window depicts the story as recorded in the Gospel of Luke (10:38-42). Martha and Mary were sisters, and the story describes how they received Jesus into their home. Martha was busy preparing food and making arrangements for their guest, while Mary sat at Jesus' feet listening to his teachings. Martha became frustrated that Mary was not helping her, and asked Jesus to tell Mary to help her with the preparations. Jesus responded by saying, "Martha, Martha, you are worried and distracted by many things; there is need of only one thing. Mary has chosen the better part, which will not be taken away from her" (Luke 10:41-42). This story has been interpreted in different ways. Some see it as a lesson in prioritizing spiritual matters over worldly concerns, while others see it as an example of the different gifts that people have, and the importance of recognizing and valuing these differences. Regardless of the interpretation, the story, depicted in this stained glass window, highlights the importance of hospitality and welcoming guests, and the value of spending time in the presence of Jesus and learning from his teachings.
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