O Thou, in whom we live and move and have our being: We offer and present unto thee ourselves, all that we are and have, our thoughts and our desires, our words and our deeds, to be a living and continual sacrifice. We are not our own; therefore we would glorify thee in our bodies and our spirits, which are thine; through Jesus Christ our Lord.
Like a kind of Hitchcock avant la lettre Dürer often pops up in his paintings – here in the Adoration of the Magi as one of the magi. pic.twitter.com/JsqlnsZZ3k
— Rembrandt's R👀m 🖌 (@RembrandtsRoom) August 9, 2019