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Inspiring Christian Artwork Illustrating Discipleship

Jesus Christ’s invitation to “Come, follow me” was not just for the twelve apostles. He invites all of us to “come and see”. While we may not live in Christ’s time or be able to witness first-hand the miraculous events we read about in the scriptures, there are many ways we can follow His example in our daily lives.


For example, we can be aware of those immediately around us and help lift their burdens. We can take a courageous stand for what is right. We can share the comforting truths of the gospel with others in a way that helps them find hope and healing. 


When we choose bravery and act with faith on God’s word, we can become the salt of the earth that preserves and adds variety. We can be a city on a hill, offering safety for those wandering in the dark.


None of this means that the path of discipleship is easy. Jesus Christ Himself suffered immense pain and humiliation at the hands of His own people. We should not be surprised when we face our own opposition, but we can rest assured in knowing that this life is not the end. The path of discipleship may lead us through some dark storms, but it will always guide us toward an eternal victory more glorious than we can imagine.

14 Illustrations of the Parable of the Lost Sheep

The Lost Sheep is one of Jesus’ most memorable parables. Perhaps that is because it has proven relatable for believers the world over. Even many who do not identify with Christianity understand the concept of wandering or feeling alone.


Yet, no matter how far we feel we have strayed, the beauty of this parable lies in the diligence of the shepherd. Regardless of the ninety-nine sheep that remain in safety, the Good Shepherd notices when His flock is not complete. He recognizes our absence even when it may seem that no one else does. See more.

Jesus sitting on a grassy hill holding a shepher'ds crook and holding a lamb in His lap.

IN The SHEPHERD’S CARE BY SIMON DEWEY

Painting of Jesus comforting a lamb.

THE ONE BY JUSTINE PETERSON

Abstract painting of the good shpeherd carrying a lamb on His back.

THE SHEPHERD BY JORGE COCCO

Jesus Washes Disciples’ Feet: Christian Artwork

The act of washing someone’s feet is one of the most humble acts we read about in the Bible. According to the International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, it was common courtesy for a host to present a travel-weary guest with water with which they would wash their own feet. The only time a guest did not perform the task themselves was when the host owned a slave, in which case it would be the slave’s job.


In other words, during this sacred event, Jesus, the Son of Man, knelt and completed the work of a slave. It’s no wonder his disciples were shocked and initially appalled at the idea of their master descending so low and performing a service for them for which they did not feel worthy. See more.

Painting of Jesus washing the disciples' feet.

IN HUMILITY BY SIMON DEWEY

Little girl cheerfully washing Jesus' feet.

BECAUSE I LOVE HIM BY CHELSEA FULLER

Up close image of Jesus washing the disciples' feet.

AS I HAVE LOVED YOU BY EVA KOLEVA TIMOTHY

11 Stunning Pictures of Jesus Walking on Water

One of the most miraculous moments in the Bible is when Jesus Christ walks on water to reach his struggling apostles. Multiple books in the New Testament record this event, including Matthew, Mark, and John. 


In Matthew, we also find a detailed account of Peter petitioning the Savior to join him. To the apostle’s astonishment, not the least of which Peter’s, he can take a few steps out into the storm before doubt takes over, and Christ rescues him. See more.

Dramatic scene of Jesus saving Peter from the storm.

THE FINISHER OF FAITH BY LIGHTWEAVE

Blue painting of Jesus walking on water.

IT IS I, BE NOT AFRAID BY ROSE DATOC DALL

Jesus gripping Peter's arm to save him from drowning.

LORD SAVE ME BY EVA TIMOTHY KOLEVA


16 Inspiring Paintings of Women of Faith

Women today face a myriad of challenges and expectations both at home and in the workplace. It can sometimes feel like a never-ending juggling act between family life, career advancement, and social obligations. However, women also have many gifts, including the innate ability to lift and strengthen each other. 


 With that in mind, sometimes it helps to draw strength from the powerful women of faith that have come before us. We can look to the women that faced insurmountable challenges, even when some challenges lasted for many years. We can remember that they were blessed by God for the diligence they showed in the face of weakness or fear. See more.

Biblical woman holding a clay water basin.

SEEKING SHILOAH BY JOSEPH BRICKEY

Young woman kneeling, wearing the armour of God.

SHIELD OF FAITH BY JUDY COOLEY

Painting of Rachel from the Bible standing among a flock of sheep.

RACHEL BY ROSE DATOC DALL

I Am a Child of God: 10 Touching Pictures of Jesus With Children

Kids and teens face a myriad of unique challenges. Even from an early age, many today face family issues, financial struggles, conflicting value sets, peer pressure, drug abuse, pornography, and even mental illness. Inspiring art can help children and adults alike feel God’s love. It can remind us of our true worth, regardless of what noisy messages we get from the world around us. See more.

Jesus surrounded by children observing the scars in His hands.

HIS HANDS BY ROD PETERSON

Jesus walking with a young shepherd down a dirt path past a group of sheep.

MY YOUNG SHEPHERD BY KELSY AND JESSE LIGHTWEAVE

Jesus walking along a path with a young shepherd.

LEAD ME, GUIDE ME BY JAY BRYANT WARD

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