The Cross of Jesus, Groom, Texas: Photo Tour of This Outstanding Christian Exhibit
Jesus and the Cross
On a bleak landscape in West Texas near the small town of Groom stands a cross of proportions that that can hardly be believed. A person driving on Interstate 40 certainly will notice it, and the appeal to visit beckons strongly. What the cross represents is not so apparent until a seeking soul is drawn in. The story of the crucifixion of Jesus is spelled out step by step in graphic sculpture from Jesus teaching by a pool to Jesus being tried by Pilate to Jesus being nailed on the cross to the empty tomb. The call to Worship permeates every facet of the exhibit.
The pictures below are meant to whet your spiritual appetite; they cannot substitute for the real thing. While there, be sure to visit the well-stocked gift center. Now, look and take pleasure . . . .
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