John the Baptist is a High Renaissance oil painting on walnut wood by Leonardo da Vinci. Through use of chiaroscuro, the figure appears to emerge from the shadowy background. John is dressed in pelts, has long curly hair, and is smiling in an enigmatic manner reminiscent of Leonardo's famous Mona Lisa.
Probably completed from 1513 to 1516, it is believed to be his final painting. It is now exhibited at the Musée du Louvre in Paris, France. He holds a reed cross in his left hand while his right hand points up toward heaven like St Anne in Leonardo's Burlington House Cartoon.
Dating, according to the world, is for self satisfaction with no shade of concern for the other person.
The heart of Christian dating should be the long range goal of finding a mate.
Butrum said it is satisfying to be able to work on a historical piece to ensure it will be enjoyed by future generations.
Gilbert/Chief Photographer Chelsea Butrum applies a backing material Sunday to the rear edges of a painting by 19th-century artist and Hagerstown resident John Heyser.
Jehovah’s Witnesses view dating, not as recreation, but as a form of courtship, a serious step toward marriage.
There are some myths out there that people assume to be gospel about dating.
Jehovah’s Witnesses believe that the principles and commands found in the Bible can help us to make decisions that both please God and benefit us.
(Isaiah , 18) We did not create these principles and commands, but we do live by them.