IN THE famous painting The Light of the World by William Holman Hunt the scene is set at night and is of Christ holding a lantern and knocking at a door.
What does LOTW stand for?
LOTW stands for Light of the World
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- The Life of the World (Orthodox Christian blog)
- Light of the World Christian Center (Topeka, KS)
- Language of the Year
- Losers of the Year (band)
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- Hello You (email slang)
Samples in periodicals archive:
It's easy to be cynical about the fanciful conceits of Pre-Raphaelite painting, yet Hunt's The Light Of The World was viewed by 7 million fans as it toured the British Empire in the early 1900s.
The light of the candles reminds us that Jesus is the light of the world that comes into the darkness of our lives.
His mother whispered to him: "Jesus said, 'I am the Light of the world.
The Light of the World (Christ with a Lantern Knocking on a Door) is there, not far from The Scapegoat (sin-heavy ruminant with Dead Sea, purple mountains and rainbow).
Finet, "During the retreat, Christ the Light of the world is revealed, a light which is taught and a light which is lived by the whole community bearing witness together.
December 25 was chosen late in the third century to celebrate the nativity of Jesus, relating the light of the world to the winter solstice and the pagan feast of the Unconquered Sun.
This is especially important in light of the World Health Organization's warning that heart disease will become the number one killer globally by 2002.