Lord of All
Although the Word of God was first preached to the children of Israel, it was quickly accepted by people of all nations. Peter declared “He is Lord of All” (Acts 10:36).
This lovely window pictures Jesus showing the wonders of His creation to a small child. As they examine a birds nest, a rabbit, a lamb, a butterfly and a hummingbird, we remember Jesus’ special love for children.
The scene reminds us that “all things were made by Him” (John 1:3). When we say Jesus is “Lord of All,” we declare that all of nature, from the smallest insect to the largest galaxy, is His handiwork.
An unusual feature of this window is the use of clear blue glass to allow a view of the garden setting in which it is placed.
“Verily I say unto you, Whosoever shall not receive The Kingdom of God as a little child shall in no wise enter therein” (Luke 18:17).
This window was given in memory of Helen Rostrom.