Great Commission Coloring Pages

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Please enjoy these great commission coloring pages!

Jesus Ascends to Heaven Coloring Pages

Bible Story Coloring Pages: The Great Commission

Detailed Disciples Coloring Pages for Adults

Matthew Chapter 28: Verses 16-20 Coloring Sheets

Kid-Friendly Bible Verse Coloring Pages

Illustrated Sermon on the Mount Coloring Pages

Coloring Pages Depicting Jesus’ Teachings

Coloring Sheets of the Descent of the Holy Spirit

Coloring Pages of Jesus Appearing to His Disciples

Transfiguration Scene Coloring Pages for Older Kids

Easy-to-Color Pages of Jesus Post-Resurrection

Jesus and The Eleven Disciples Coloring Sheets

Biblically Accurate Great Commission Coloring Pages

Jesus’ Last Words to His Followers Coloring Pages

Interactive Great Commission Map Coloring Pages

Tips For Coloring Great Commission

What colors should I use for a Great Commission coloring page?

The Great Commission is a Christian depiction, often showing Jesus with his disciples. For Jesus, you may want to use a light peach or brown for skin, with dark brown for his hair and beard. Traditional clothing colors are often white, red, and blue, though this can vary depending on the version of the depiction. Disciples would also have similar skin tones but varying hair colors. Their clothing is often less bright than Jesus’s, with neutral colors like beige, brown, or gray.

How can I add more detail and realism to my Great Commission coloring?

To add more depth and realism, consider shading and highlights. Pay attention to the folds of the clothes, the shadow casting on their faces from their hair, or the folds of their hands. As with any historical art, studying the lighting of the time can bring realism. Remember, the event took place outdoors, so consider natural light and shadows.

What elements should I pay special attention to while coloring the Great Commission?

Symbolic details were often included in biblical art so pay attention to elements like halos, scrolls, or symbols of the Holy Spirit such as doves or flames. These should be colored differently to stand out from the rest of the image. Also, the interaction and the poses of the characters plays a significant role in telling the story of the Great Commission, so pay attention to them.

Are there any interesting facts about the Great Commission that I could incorporate into my art?

Yes, the Great Commission is the commandment from Jesus Christ to his disciples to spread his teachings to all the nations of the world. Depicting diversity in the coloring page could reflect this concept. You could also consider highlighting the disciple believed to reach furthest (Thomas, who supposedly went to India). Including elements related to these different cultures can help represent the global impact of Christianity.

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