Three separate feathers are displayed before the audience. Two brown feathers representing two thieves, and a red feather in between them representing Jesus. The feather representing Jesus is told to be red because the Bible tells us our sins are like scarlet (a red color). This does not mean that Jesus sinned, he was perfect, but he took all of our sins upon ourselves. This feather than changes to white illustrating that we can be washed as white as snow. For the thieves, one feather changes to white (illustrating his repentance), while the other does not (he did not choose Jesus that day).