St. Nicholas is shown half length holding an open book of Gospels and delivering a blessing. In the upper half right and left are depicted Christ and Mary who are bringing him the gospelbook and the bishop’s omophorion – due to the legend- when he was in prison because of his faith.
St. Michael Archistrategos is depicted as the leader of the heavenly armies, crowned and riding upon a red winged horse. A rainbow extends over his head; a lance, a cross and a censer are in one hand; a book (the Gospels) and trumpet are in the other. Michael is shown defeating Satan, who has fallen at the base. At upper rleft Christ Immanuel.
The subject bases on the Greek word „Deein“ (to beg, to pray) and means that the Mother of God and St. John the Baptist will pray to Christ for the lost souls at the Last Judgement. It also means the universal intercession of all Saints for the world and the vision of the heavenly glory in the coming eons.
St. John is depicted half length. He is holding a scroll and a basin with the new born Saviour in his left hand. The Saint lived as an asket in the desert where he nourished himself with locusts and wild honey. He announced the coming of the Messiah and baptised the people with water on the banks of Jordan as symbol for the salvation in the coming last judgement.