“For the message of the cross is foolishness to those who are perishing, but to us who are being saved it is the power of God.” —I Cor 1:18
This evening I added two new crosses to my “crosswall”—this is an ever-growing collection of crosses from around the world. A friend used to have a website called Crosswall, promoting the idea of a collection of crosses as a conversation-piece in homes . . . unfortunately the site is no longer active. But it was a collection of crosswalls around the world—in living rooms, retreat centers, above baby cribs . . . ever since seeing that site I’ve always kept a crosswall in my home. (And I’m glad I have this large wall over my fireplace to house my collection!)
The large slat-style cross in the center is from Jerusalem, and the script on it is the Lord’s Prayer in Arabic.
The cross below is called the “Jerusalem Cross.”