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44 “impress them on your children” “write them on the doorframes of your house” In the Book of Joshua, as the people of Israel were set to cross the Jordan and enter the Promised Land, God told Joshua to have the people select 12 stones from the middle of the river bed. These stones were to serve as reminders for future generations of the work of God among His people. In a similar way, throughout the history of the Church, images have been used to communicate Biblical stories. Through paintings, stained glass windows, statues, and even simple drawings, images drawn from Scripture teach and inspire those who call Christ their Lord. When you walk across the DBU campus, you will encounter similar elements of Biblical imagery. These serve as reminders of the stories that we grew up reading in the Bible, stories that communicate God’s love and compassion for His people, His providential care in the midst of trouble, and His ultimate sacrifice through His Son, Jesus Christ. biblical imagery ...