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Genesis 4:8 . . .Cain assaulted his brother Abel and killed him. 9 Later on, Jehovah said to Cain: “Where is your brother Abel?” and he said: “I do not know. Am I my brother’s guardian?” 10 At this He said: “What have you done? Listen! Your brother’s blood is crying out to me from the ground. 11 And now you are cursed in banishment from the ground that has opened its mouth to receive your brother’s blood from your hand

Walter Rane does a marvelous job depicting that horrible moment when The Lord comes to Cain (who has just slain his righteous brother, Abel) and asks, "Where is thy Brother?" Thus murder enters the world.

Not your Grandma's Bible! Concept artwork for the lion pit fight sequence with Benaiah in the movie. #lionofwar

Concept artwork for the lion pit fight sequence with Benaiah in the movie.

Elijah and chariot of fire Elijah

Fervently Elisha asks for a Double-Fold Portion of Elijahs' Anointing. Although Elishas' request is difficult, Elijah in the departing chariot of fire casts his Mantle upon Elisha.

Giovanni Domenico Ferretti, Cain and Abel, 1740 Cain becomes a restless wanderer

God finds Cain and Abel. Cain's thoughts and behavior is an Earthly duplication of the coding error expressed by Lucifer during the Angelic Wars. The error code of thought passed on from Lucifer and blossomed in Cain.

Descent from the Cross - Jean Jouvenet - 54 Paintings of the Passion, Death and Resurrection of Jesus Christ

Inspire your Holy Week with these 54 beautiful paintings of Christ's Passion & Resurrection from a variety of the masters.

Elias - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Elijah reviving the Son of the Widow of Zarephath (Louis Hersent 1777 –

I Even Remain Alone - Walter Rane. Moroni, finding his father, Mormon, after the final battle with the Lamanites.

I Even Remain Alone by Walter Rane. An easy target for critics of the Book of Mormon is its reported army sizes and battle casualties. The final…

Sorrow of King David.  Painting by Tissot (?)

Phillip Medhurst’s Bible in pictures 066 The sorrow of king David. By William Brassey Hole from “Old Testament History” (Eyre and Spottiswoode Location of painting unknown.

Delilah, 1927 - Harold Copping (Dalila entrega Sansão)

Phillip Medhurst’s Bible in pictures 045 Delilah. Illustration from “Women of the Bible” by Harold Copping. Published by the Religious Tract Society Location of original painting unknown.