Behold

Scott and Linda Miller

"Our hope is that this picture serves as a reminder of the eternal significance of the birth, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. In order to do that we've used many obvious and some less obvious symbolic images. The sword and manger are two of the major signs representing authority and humility. Also represented is the bride of Christ as opposed to the slaves of sin in the kingdom of darkness. The cross is presented as the dividing line for the fate of all humanity represented in the three spheres of personal, communal, and universal life.

In general, "Behold" is a picture of the light, hope, and joy found only in Jesus and the despair, darkness, and emptiness apart from Him."

Original artwork: mixed media/collage, 6 ft. x 4 ft.

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