When I saw this painting of John Huss, I had to take a photo of it. It made such an impression on me. He was in the dungeon in the Island Tower in Konstanz, Germany, confined with fetters on his legs, hardly able to walk, yet his dedication to the Lord kept him. It helped him to rise above his dismal surroundings and conditions. It was here that he had a dream which comforted him in his last days. It was of the triumph of the true faith and the image of Christ painted afresh in hearts by better preachers than himself.
In the painting his eyes are looking up in faith and not down in despair. He was looking to the Author and Finisher of his faith. It was to his Savior that he sang, “Jesus, Thou Son of David, have mercy on me” as the flames kindled about him.