Psalm 32:5, “I acknowledged my sin to you, and I did not cover my iniquity; I said, ‘I will confess my transgressions to the LORD,’ and you forgave the iniquity of my sin.”
That is very beautiful. Thank you so much for posting that. Question, why did you chose to paint our King as blonde? He has always appeared to our brothers(such as myslef) and sisters in visions as having brown hair a little lower than shoulder length, (as he had a vow with the father as a Nazarene(Numbers 6:1-21).
May God continue blessing your hands to glorify the name of His son.
His hair is not blonde in this picture, its white. I do that as a way of indicating both His humanity and His deity. In scripture, brilliantly white hair is often a feature of the Lord in theophanies and visions, I am thinking especially of Revelation 1:14 where St. John sees the risen Christ and the Lord’s hair is white like snow. I realize that the incarnate Christ did not have white hair, He was a young middle eastern man, after all! However I choose to make His hair white in my representation of Him as a way of reminding the audience that the incarnate One was also the Lord of Glory. Thanks for your question.
Hi! I would to glorify our God for your life and your work! They made me see the gospel in the other way. I’m brazilian and I’d like to use your work in my church.. Could I?
Hi Luana, yes, please feel free to use these resources in your Church, that would be an answer to prayer!
Hey dear brother,
tomorrow i preach about Colossians 3,5-11 and i will use this picture to show, which kingdom we belong. I am from Germany and i am so happy, that you give us (me) the permission to use it. Be blessed.
Wonderful, Benjamin, I’m very glad it could be a service to you in your ministry of God’s Word!
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