The "Inexhaustible Cup” Icon is a source of saving hopes and cures from the passion of alcoholism, or any form of substance abuse. The Mother of God prays for every single sinner; she, the merciful one, knows the suffering of those who give themselves over to debauchery, knows how strong is the desire of many of them to rid themselves of this brutal vice, but who cannot find the strength to fight. So the Most Pure Virgin reminds them through her holy Icon “The Inexhaustible Cup” that she is the inexhaustible wellspring of grace and spiritual joy, that she pours out heavenly delight into their withered hearts from her never-failing cup. Drinking of it, they will begin to hate that very thing which once irresistably attracted them to itself.
5" x 6.25"
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A variation of the Pantocrator ("Lord over All") image of Christ the Savior. 7.25" x 9"
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A variation of the well-known "Lord over All" image of Christ (Greek: Pantocrator). Christ is depicted here as "The Teacher," holding open a passage from the Gospel which reads, "A new...
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