10 Amazing Street Art Depictions of Jesus

Christ came to break down every wall of partition and recognised no distinction of nationality or rank or creed. He came to show that His gift of mercy and love is as unconfined as the air, the light, or the showers of rain that refresh the earth.

The life of Christ established a religion in which there is no caste, a religion by which Jew and Gentile, free and bond, are linked in a common brotherhood, equal before God.

No question of policy influenced His movements. He made no difference between neighbours and strangers, friends and enemies. That which appealed to His heart was a soul thirsting for the waters of life. He passed by no human being as worthless, but sought to apply the healing remedy to every soul. In whatever company He found Himself, He presented a lesson appropriate to the time and the circumstances. Every neglect or insult shown by men to their fellow men only made Him more conscious of their need of His divine-human sympathy.

Christ sought to inspire with hope the roughest and most unpromising, setting before them the assurance that they might become blameless and harmless, attaining such a character as would make them manifest as the children of God. Often He met those who had drifted under Satan’s control, and who had no power to break from his snare. To such a one, discouraged, sick, tempted, fallen, Jesus would speak words of tenderest pity, words that were needed and could be understood. Others He met who were fighting a hand-to-hand battle with the adversary of souls. These He encouraged to persevere, assuring them that they would win; for angels of God were on their side, and would give them the victory.

At the table of the publicans He sat as an honored guest, by His sympathy and social kindliness showing that He recognized the dignity of humanity; and men longed to become worthy of His confidence. Upon their thirsty hearts His words fell with blessed, life-giving power. New impulses were awakened, and to these outcasts of society there opened the possibility of a new life.

Graffiti of Jesus Christ with crown of thorns
Graffiti of Jesus Christ with crown of thorns
Graffiti of Jesus Christ with crown of thorns
Graffiti of Jesus Christ with crown of thorns
Graffiti of Jesus Christ with crown of thorns
Graffiti of Jesus Christ with crown of thorns
Graffiti of Jesus Christ with crown of thorns
Graffiti of Jesus Christ with crown of thorns
Graffiti of Jesus Christ with crown of thorns
Graffiti of Jesus Christ with crown of thorns
Graffiti of Jesus Christ with crown of thorns
Graffiti of Jesus Christ with crown of thorns
Graffiti of Jesus Christ with crown of thorns
Graffiti of Jesus Christ with crown of thorns
Picture of Jesus #art by Krishi Anne
Picture of Jesus #art by Krishi Anne
Graffiti of Jesus Christ with crown of thorns
Graffiti of Jesus Christ with crown of thorns

Graffiti of Jesus Christ with crown of thorns
Graffiti of Jesus Christ with crown of thorns

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What would happen if millions of Christians around the world worked together to share their stories online? What if instead of sharing cute kittens we helped publish stories that matter — stories of defeat and hope, hurting and bliss and acts of self-sacrifice that have the potential to change lives?

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  1. I’ve seen street art used for political and personal expression, but never have I seen it used as a means of depicting religious figures or an expression of faith!

    In Australia, the act of graffiti is illegal. At Pave Way for the Spray, we are hoping to encourage the local governing bodies within the nation to invest in authorised graffiti zones/ walls and to reduce the stigma associated. We want to do this to provide marginalised graffitists the opportunity to artistically express themselves and in a legal manner. If this were to pass, I hope that I would be able to see such amazing depictions of Jesus or any religious figure for that matter! Religion is an important part of people and to see it plastered on walls would be very interesting!
    Interesting views on religion and love the graffiti! Thank you for sharing!

  2. Whose report will you believe?

    Is it Jesus report?
    Is it your pastor report?
    Is it your parents report?
    Is it your friends report?
    Is it your husband report?
    Is it your wife report?
    Is it your teachers report?

    As for me I will only believe the report of the Lord

    Song;
    Whose report will you believe?
    I shall believe the report of the Lord

    This report says I am free
    This report says I am healed
    This report says I am free
    This report says victory….

    THINK ETERNITY!!!!!!!
    SHALOM
    REMAIN RAPTURABLE

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