I came across this by accident; the only information I have about it is that it is in the Church of St. James in Urtijëi, and that the Station of the Cross painted over the gouged-out portion is from the 18th century.
A large Christ stands in the manner of a Man of Sorrows. About His head, where the instruments of the Passion might be expected, are a sickle, a thresher, and adze and other tools. His wounds emit long thin strands of blood that connect to people engaged in various activities, all of them accosted by demons (although seemingly oblivious to both the blood and the demons). A priest celebrating Mass is not affected. A larger kneeling figure, a donor perhaps, is connected by white strands to a bedridden man and something in an open chest beside the bed. The inscription below him is only partly legible.
I have not encountered this iconography before, and I really do not know its proper interpretation. My first guess is that it is a moralizing picture on the sinfulness of neglecting and profaning the Lord's Day.