Note that sin, with an enlarged "i", leads to death, and that despair obscures hope. The scriptural quotation is from the statement of the two disciples, on the road to Emmaus, to a stranger (who turned out to be the risen Jesus.) They said this on Easter evening, but they were still in a Good Friday mood when they said it:
Luke 24:20b the chief priests and our rulers delivered him up to be condemned to death, and crucified him. 21a But we were hoping that it was he who would redeem Israel.
The background is from a photo of pollen, in a little puddle in a parking lot.
He is risen! Thanks for reading and looking. The poster is a link to the original, which is on my Flickr photostream, and may be used by anyone, provided the use is non-commercial.