An epistle is a letter, not the wife of an apostle! In the early church, letters were often written on scrolls. This visual helps students understand the personal nature of these 7 books we call the General Epistle.
The number “7” is covered with rolled scrolls, each with the name of one of the general epistles. The number “4” is illustrated with the writers of the books. Then an unrolled scroll gives more information about each book—theme and illustration of the message of the book.
2 numbers approx. 7” x 10” and 7 scrolls 8” wide x 5” tall