|The Lord’s Day Of Destruction
(62 × 48 inches)
Behold, the day of the Lord cometh, cruel both with wrath and fierce anger, to lay the land desolate: and he shall destroy the sinners thereof out of it. Every one that is found shall be thrust through; and every one that is joined to them shall fall by the sword. Their children shall be dashed to pieces before their eyes; their homes shall be robbed and their wives raped.
— Isaiah 13:9Enlarge image
|The Story of Moses and the Midianites
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Moses said to the people, “Arm yourselves for war!” So they made war against the Midianites as the Lord commanded Moses, and slaughtered all the males. They killed the kings of Midian, and captured all the women with their little ones, and took all their cattle and flocks, and all their goods. They burned all their cities and fine castles to the ground, and brought the prisoners to Moses.
But Moses was angry with the generals. He said to them, “Why have you saved the women alive? Now kill every little boy and every woman who’s not a virgin. Just keep the women children for yourselves.”
Then the Lord said to Moses, “Divide the spoils between the soldiers and the congregation, and from the soldiers half, take one part in fifty for me.” And the booty was 675,000 sheep, 12,060 cows, 1,060 asses and 32,000 virgins, and the Lord’s portion was 675 sheep, 72 cows, 31 asses and 32 virgins.
— Numbers 31Enlarge image
|How To Treat The Bride Who May Not Be a Virgin
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When a man takes a wife and after sex claims that she wasn’t a virgin, then her parents should take the blood-stained sheet to the elders at the town gate; the elders must then punish the man for maligning a virgin of Israel. If, on the other hand, the accusation turns out to be true, then they must bring her to the door of her father’s house and the men of the town will stone her to death.
— Laws Delivered by Moses, Deuteronomy 13Enlarge image
(24 × 32 inches)
For God intended him to be a sacrifice, that his blood would atone for past sins and declare God’s righteousness.
— Romans 3:25Enlarge image