Tearing of the Veil I—36 x 48 in.
At the moment of Christ’s death the curtain of the temple was torn in two from top to bottom. From Hebrews 10:20 –21 “This is a fresh new way Christ has opened up for us by tearing the curtain--His human body, to let us go right in to God himself. We do not need an intercessor. We have all been cleansed by Christ’s blood. Through Christ we have gained our freedom into New Life.
Tearing of the Veil II—36 x 48 in.
One verse in each of the three gospels mentions this dramatic and important happening. Matt 27:51, Mk 15:38, Lk 23:45 “Then the curtain hanging in the temple was torn in two from top to bottom.”
Tearing of the Veil III—18 x 24 in.
Hebrews 10:22, “Let us go right in, to God Himself, with true hearts fully trusting Him to receive us, because we have been sprinkled with Christ’s blood to make us clean, and because our bodies have been washed with pure water.” The Living Bible.
Tearing of the Veil IV—30 x 40 in.
Through Christ we have gained our freedom into New Life.
Salvation Through the Ark—32 x 54 in.
Noah and all who were with him were saved in the ark through the waters of the flood. We, too, are saved through our ark, Christ, by the waters of baptism. The dove appears in both instances. It brings the olive leaf to Noah--symbolizing new life has begun. As Jesus was coming out of the waters of the River Jordan the Spirit descended on Him like a dove. In Him we have New life. In these 3 paintings--“Shadow and the Substance”, “Serpents in the Wilderness" and “Salvation through the Ark”, I have incorporated the Shadow from the Hebrew Testament and the fulfillment in the Greek Testament.
Sacrificial Lamb—38 x 48 in.
Isaac is carrying the wood on his back obediently and unknowingly, for his sacrifice. Foreshadowing Jesus’ carrying His wooden cross in obedience, willingly and knowingly for His sacrifice. God substituted the ram for saving Isaac. Jesus is our sacrificial lamb.
Serpents in the Wilderness—36 x 60 in.
In Numbers 21:8 We are told of Moses obeying God by putting a bronze serpent on a pole. Anyone who looked at it when they were bitten by the fiery serpents in the wilderness would not die. In John 3:14 Jesus referred to that incident and said: “Just as Moses lifted up the serpent in the wilderness, so the Son of Man must be lifted up--that each one who believes in Him may have eternal Life.”
Breath of God—40 x 30 in.
Creation in the Round—37 in. in diameter.
Creation, Day 1: Light and Darkness—28 x 22 in.
Creation, Day 2: Seas and Firmament—36 x 24 in.
Creation, Day 2: Seas and Firmament Part 2—14 x 18 in.