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Scripture for Additional Rosary Bead Mysteries
Contemplatio Absconia Mysteria - To Contemplate Hidden Mysteries Rosary Mysteries and Additional Scriptural Mysteries for Rosary Beads Below are Scriptural Rosary Mysteries of the Joyful, Sorrowful, Glorious and Luminous mysteries with additional experimental Scriptural Rosary Mysteries inspired by Pope John Paul II invitation to explore other personal mysteries that may be found in Scripture using art for contemplation. For additional introductory information: Introduction to Contemplatio Absconia Mysteria - To Contemplate Hidden Mysteries Also available in book from from Amazon on Kindle and Paperback Scriptural Rosary of the Joyful Mysteries Scriptural Rosary of the Sorrowful Mysteries Scriptural Rosary of the Glorious Mysteries Scriptural Rosary of the Luminous Mysteries Scriptural Rosary beads of the Mysteries of Christ’s Victory Scriptural Rosary beads of the Mysteries of Love Scriptural Rosary beads of the Mysteries of Fear Scriptural Rosary beads of the Mysteries of Accepting What Christ Offers with Gratitude Scriptural Rosary beads of the Mysteries of Accepting Suffering with Christ Scriptural Rosary beads of the Mysteries of Christ as Bread from Heaven Scriptural Rosary beads of the Mysteries of Innocence Scriptural Rosary beads of the Mysteries of Waiting Scriptural Rosary beads of the Mysteries of Mercy Scriptural Rosary beads of the Mysteries of Being Born Anew Scriptural Rosary beads of the Mysteries of Reconciliation with God Scriptural Rosary beads of the Mysteries of Lent Scriptural Rosary beads of the Mysteries of Deliverance from Danger Scriptural Rosary beads of the Mysteries of the Mass as Heaven on Earth Scriptural Rosary beads of the Mysteries of Jesus's Last Hours Scriptural Rosary beads of the Mysteries of Faith, Hope, and Love The artist in these Scriptural mysteries is James Tissot. Some of his art is now in the public domain and available as non-copyrighted downloads from the Brooklyn Museum (www.brooklynmuseum.org), The Jewish Museum (www.thejewishmuseum.org) and WikiArt (www.wikiart.org/en/james-tissot) web sites. I have followed their publication guidelines such as using proper captions and acknowledgment for use.