A haggard-looking man dressed in only a ragged white tunic stands supported by a woman behind him who wears a long patterned dress and matching headdress that hangs down her back. She looks out at us. The man looks up at the ceiling of the chapel where five coins decorate an arch over a stained glass window. The chapel is very dark except for the dim light coming in through the window. At the top of the window is a religious image in a circular frame. The window itself is large, but it is covered in criss-crossing metal lines (wires?) that make it look all locked up tight. According to the book, the man and woman are a couple, but when I first looked at it, that wasn't clear to me since they looked so different from one another in terms of dress. They have apparently come to the church to seek help, but it is unclear whether or not they will find it there. The man is looking so longingly at the coins -- he is interested in material salvation, not the spiritual kind. At this point, the card to me suggests a loss of security, privation, looking for help and not necessarily finding it. It also suggests sticking with someone when the going gets rough.