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Leonardo da Vinci had started work on a large canvas in his studio. For awhile he worked at it — choosing the subject, planning the perspective, sketching the outline, applying the colors, with his own inimitable genius. Then suddenly he ceased, the painting still unfinished, and, summoning one of his students, invited him to complete the work. The student protested that he was alike unworthy and unable to complete the great painting which his master had begun. But da Vinci silenced him, “Will not what I have done inspire you to do your best?” Our Master began two thousand years ago — by what he said, by what he did, and supremely by what he suffered. He illustrated his message and he has left us to finish the picture. From Ian MacPherson’s The Art of Illustrating Sermons

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