From Grace to Glory Window

Grace Lutheran's Grace to Glory Window

Top left oval and rays:  The Grace and Love of the Heavenly Father moves to us in Worship through Word and Sacrament.
The Cross:  The message of  “Christ Crucified” (1 Corinthians 2) is central to know God's Grace and Love. The shape of the Cross tells of Christ's Presence now in Word and Sacrament.
Seven red flames on left:  Gifts of God's Spirit are Bestowed for Faith an Service through the Gospel.
Amethyst ellipse in upper right, with gold domes:  By Grace we have the sure Hope of Glory, the promise of Revelation 21. The vision of the City of God coming to rest on the Twelve Colored Foundation, a picture of Heaven. Basic 12 colors, starting from bottom (Revelation 21); Jasper, sapphire, chalcedony, emerald, sardonyx, sardius, chrysolite, beryl, topaz, chrysoprasus, jacinth, amethyst: Grace and Treasure for the Church through Twelve Tribes, through Twelve Apostles, by Covenant, by Word, by Gospel.
Twelve triangles, surrounding cross:  Gates to Heaven are open through Christ. God's Grace in Christ unites with all Saints and Angels.
Diamond shape of glass area converging at altar:  Interaction between God and His People in Worship. One Lord, one Faith, one Baptism, one God and Father of all.  (Ephesians 4)
Accent of physical dimensions:  “To comprehend with all Saints what is the Breadth and Length, Depth and Height, and to know the Love of Christ which Passeth Knowledge, that ye may be filled with the Fullness of God.”  (Ephesians 3:18-19)

This page updated June 26, 2012.