Symbols of Jesus' Power and Glory
Jesus is the Alpha and Omega, the Beginning and End
David Star,
Jackson, WI
St. Matthews
Benton Harbor, MI

St. Peter
Weyauwega, WI

St. Peter
Weyauwega, WI
St. Peter
Weyauwega, WI
St. Paul
Sodus, MI
             
    St. Paul's
Fort Atkinson, WI
         
Jesus is the Bread of Life. Wheat also refers to Jesus' body in the Lord's Supper.      

Grace,
Oshkosh, WI

     
Jesus is the Word            
    Zion
Rhinelander, WI
         
Jesus, the Light of the World, is symbolized by a candle stick, and he is the anchor for our souls.
Grace,
Oshkosh, WI
Zebaoth,
Milwaukee, WI
Zebaoth,
Milwaukee, WI
St. James
Oak Creek

St. Stephen's
Beaver Dam, WI

St. Stephen's
Beaver Dam, WI
The glory of the cross.      
Zebaoth,
Milwaukee, WI
Epiphany
Racine, WI
     
The cross led to the crown. Jesus received a kingdom because he submitted to the cross through which he defeated Satan.  
Zebaoth,
Milwaukee, WI
Zebaoth,
Milwaukee, WI
David Star,
Jackson, WI
St. John's
Oak Creek, WI
St. John's
Milwaukee, WI
 
Through Jesus all things were created.      
    Nain,
West Allis, WI
         
Jesus has all power in heaven and on earth.          
Grace
Waukesha, WI
St. Peter
Sturgeon Bay, WI
     
Jesus, the Lamb, is in control of all things. The book with the seals (which look like bookmarks) symbolizes the even yet to happen in the world.          
    Jordan
West Allis, WI
Luther Prep
Watertown, WI
       
The fellowship of believers, whose share faith in Jesus' work on the cross.      
Nain,
West Allis, WI
     
Jesus sent the Holy Spirit (the seven-fold-Spirit) on Pentecost .
Nain,
West Allis, WI
Emanuel First,
Lansing, MI
Grace
Oshkosh, WI
Grace
Oshkosh, WI
Trinity
Union Grove, WI
Zion
S. Milwaukee, WI
Symbols of Jesus' ascension.      
Nain,
West Allis, WI
Emanuel First,
Lansing, MI
     
Jesus' cross conquered the world. The symbol is often used for missions.      
Nain,
West Allis, WI
Grace
Oshkosh, WI
St. Peter
Benton Harbor, MI
     
Jesus is the door to heaven and eternal life.      
Emanuel First,
Lansing, MI
     
Jesus is often symbolized by the glory of the sun.      
Emanuel First,
Lansing, MI
     
Jeuss is the great physician of body and soul.            
    St. John's
Wauwatosa, WI
         
The symbol for the Tempter is sometimes used in a series of symbols for Jesus. It reminds us of Jesus' victory over sin and Satan.      
Emanuel First,
Lansing, MI
     
Just as Moses lifted up the snake in the desert, so Jesus was put on a cross so that whoever looked at him in faith lived. Jesus kept the commandment in our place.      
Mount Lebanon,
Milwaukee, WI
Martin Luther
Oshkosh, WI
     
The skull below the cross is a symbol for Adam. The blood of Jesus, his Savior, is dripping on it and purifying it.      
Emanuel First,
Lansing, MI
Trinity
Watertown, WI
     
Jesus broke the chains of sin and death.      
Emanuel First,
Lansing, MI
     
Jesus is our Prophet. The water symbolizes his words, the water of life.      
Mount Lebanon,
Milwaukee, WI
     
Jesus, the Lamb who was slain, is our High Priest.      
Mount Lebanon,
Milwaukee, WI
Martin Luther
Oshkosh, WI
Trinity
Union Grove, WI
     
Jesus gives us access to the tree of life.            
   

St. John's
Wauwatosa, WI

         
Jesus gave believers the right to a crown of righteousness in heaven. There we will praise him eternally.      
Mount Lebanon,
Milwaukee, WI
Nain,
West Allis, WI
Grace
Waukesha, WI
     
Jesus is the vine and the believers are the branches.      
Mount Lebanon,
Milwaukee, WI
     
The Office of the Keys. The Word conquers whereever the gospel is preached.        
    Martin Luther
Oshkosh, WI
St. Peter
Sturgeon Bay, WI
St. Paul
Sodus, MI
     
Jesus will come again as judge.            
    Trinity
Watertown, WI