Crucifixion begs question of action, faith 

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"Lord , what will you have me to do?"   
Acts 9:6
Two famous portraits by the German artist Sternberg — his "Dancing Gypsy Girl" and the "Crucifixion" — are linked to one another by an unusual set of circumstances. 
The pretty girl who served as the model for the first portrait took an unusual interest in the unfinished painting of our Lord's final suffering. One day, she commented, "He must have been a very bad man to have been nailed to a cross like that."
Sternberg replied, "No, He was a good man, the best that ever lived! Indeed, He died for all men." 
"Did He die for you?" asked the puzzled girl. This question made a profound impression on the artist.  He did not know the Lord as his personal Savior, and didn't understand that salvation is received by faith alone. 

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