Vincenzo Peruggia installed the Mona Lisa in the Louvre Museum in Paris, France (1911). When I visited La Joconde (Mona Lisa) I was surprised by how small the painting was. It is famous because Leonardo Da Vinci painted her. The painting is actually only a 20x30 inch masterpiece. Peruggia came later and stole it. Of course that was before the age of anti-theft technology. Peruggia was caught later trying to sell it on the black market. What a joy for France when the Mona Lisa was reclaimed and returned (1913) to her rightful place in the main hall of the Louvre. We should have that same joy when God reclaims a person who was lost as in the parable of Jesus bringing back the lost sheep. When God reclaims a life that has been stolen by the enemy, even the angels rejoice in heaven (Luke 15:10). Everyone created by Almighty God belongs to him and no person will be happy until Jesus reclaims them as his own (Acts 2:21).