"Worthy is the Lamb who was slain..."
It was a bright & early Saturday morning at Lake Gregory. We reflected on the Lord's faithfulness and generousity with His mercies (which are renewed every morning). We purposed in our hearts to bring Him an offering of thanksgiving and prayed that our painting would touch the hearts of all in attendance at the Rubber Duck Derby event.
The people started rolling in and the kids were anxiously waiting to get the egg hunt started, not to mention, the releasing of rubber ducks down the waterslide into the lake. After we helped set up our church's booth, we set up the boards in the open area near the entrance and began painting.
People stopped by and asked what we were painting, what the colors represented, who we were, and so forth. This inquiry allowed for us to open up about the real meaning of Easter and who the Lamb of God was that died for us. A lot of the youth were in awe by the method we used to create our art; but, as as our head pastor always quotes, "the message is always the same (sacred)."
We were overjoyed that many liked and appreciated our artwork, this was our gift to God and for them to enjoy. This is our reason for creating art: fulfilling God's purpose. Our blessing comes with the privilege of contentment.
These 8'x12' art panels are now a permanent part of the Selah Christian Fellowship congregation. It is truly an honor to bless this church with this symbolic reminder of the price God paid for love.
..to receive power and riches and wisdom, and strength and honor and glory and blessing!” - Revelation 5:12
Happy Resurrection (Every) Day!
-Wes77 & Opia