Christ in A Red Robe (20x27 Framed Canvas)
In this painting, Teichert portrays the Second Coming of Christ, where Christ is wearing a red robe signifying His treading the winepress (see Isaiah 63:2-2). Teichert also juxtaposes the reactions of the righteous and the wicked: the righteous are reaching towards Christ, whereas the wicked are facing the ground, surrounded by coins - their monetary worth was unable to save them.
Minerva's life was firmly rooted in ideas and people, not in things. "You don't want too many things," she once wrote. "They become a burden. In fact, we shouldn't have too many things in his life, just enough for our needs. ...Do good with all the rest."
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