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Photo sources for this composite: Barren rocky terrain from wallpapershacker.com; Jesus silhouette from ldsbookstore.com
Photo sources: Woman's silhouette (right) from beautifullyselfless.blogspot.com; the silhouette of Christ Jesus was drawn by Warren.
"Sermon on the Mount" 1877, by Danish painter Carl Heinrich Bloch (1834–1890)
Warren selected two images to make this composite: a Jesus portrait and a woman praying (compliments of Alex Blackwell, founder of The BridgeMaker).
Photo sources: 2013 Dubai International Motor Show photo credit: BMW Group PressClub Middle East; image of Jesus from saviorsite.com
Photo credit: PrepareToServe.com
Image of Jesus coming up out of the water is from wallpaperhere.com
Painting of "Jesus Walking on Water" by Ivan Aivazovsky from en.wikipedia.com
Painted graphic courtesy of Bible Fun for Kids
Photo sources: Painting (left) by Greg Olsen from The Sincere Gift; vintage paper background (right) from deMilked
Warren's composite of lit keyhole, Jesus, and numerous male silhouettes was made from several resources.
Photo source: Original painting of "Listen to Him," compliments of fine-arts illustrator Donald L. Kueker
Painting by Greg Olsen: "Peace on Earth"
Photo sources: Jesus graphic by Mamdoh Harby from deviantart.com; cloudy sky by Eutah Mizushima from unsplash.com
Photo credit: Erik Hollander on christianphotos-jesusimages.blogspot.com
Photo sources for Warren's diptych (a piece of art that forms a complementary pair): Photo (left) of Jesus with child from wallpaperhere.com; (right) homeless man and dog from Friends of Liberty
Jesus walking on water image from livingwaterdevo.org
Drawing of Jesus holding a sheep is from roberthuckinsvictim.blogspot.com
One-piece thumbnail photo of the bearing of the cross is from pixshark.com
Painting credit: "Jesus at Gethsemane" 1873, by Danish painter Carl Heinrich Bloch (1834–1890)
Photo source: From "The Bible" TV program series on wallpaperup.com
Rembrandt's "The Adoration of the Shepherds" image is from commons.wikimedia.org.
Photo source: lds.org
Photo credit: 'Fairy Tale Forest' (without the Jesus and light source elements) by Uwe Thierauf
Oil painting by Jay Bryant Ward was found on afroggyplace.com.
Photo credits: Sheep in meadow by womenandthechurch.com; lamb lying lying on grass by shutterstock.com
Photo sources: Light bulb from panosfx.com; Christ holding baby lamb from free-christian-wallpapers.blogspot.com
Antonio Ciseri's oil painting depiction of Pontius Pilate presenting a scourged Christ to the people (1871).
Photo sources: Jesus profile from Google+; Tom Cruise photo from Richard Tabor; lamb from granny-miller.com
Photo source: Original photo of Jesus reaching out to an adulteress, which Warren transformed into an oil painting, is from lds.org
Man viewing mountain range by shutterstock; Jesus face sketch by pixshark.com
Photo sources: Olympic weightlifter photo from crossfithighperformance.com; image of Jesus from behind is from wallpapercave.com
Photo source: Original image from jesusdaily.com that Warren built up and restyled.
Line drawing source: HD Wallpapers
Red wagon and children photo is from radioflyer.com; photo of Jesus is from Joan Blalock on photobucket.com
Painting by James Tissot titled "Meal of Our Lord and the Apostles" (c. 1886–1894)
Photo of pastel drawing of Jesus, close up, is from Life-Giving Water.
Photo of "Come Follow Me" painting (right) by James T. Harwood; scroll adornments from on1.com
Photo of water ripples on a lake is from psanalytical.com; single raindrop image from stiftsquelle.de
Painting of Jesus, Martha, and Mary from saintbyhalves
Painting of Judas departing Jesus, during his Last Supper, from ldswallpaper.com
Photo source: Todd Stepp
Photo sources: Man's silhouette (right) from clipart-work.net; silhouette of Christ Jesus was drawn by Warren.
Drawing of Jesus walking is from Reel Worship
"The Twelve Apostles" by freelance digital artist/illustrator George Miltiadis Patsouras on cgartnexus.com