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  • The Burning Bush with Names of God in the Border 16″x20″ Framed Print

    Model: BBLFP*

    Condition: New

     

    The Burning Bush

    Exodus 3:2

     

    As recorded in Exodus the 3rd chapter, God spoke to Moses through a bush that burned, but was not consumed. He revealed to Moses the name by which He would be known. He said, “I Am Who I Am”, which means “The Self-Existent One” or “The Eternal I Am”. As you look closely at this powerful illustration of the burning bush (see the magnification), you will see that the surrounding border is actually made up of hundreds of the names of God that are used in scripture to reveal His characteristics, great deeds, or powers in relationship to us, His believers. included are some of the Hebrew names and their English meaning, plus references to where they are mentioned in the Bible.

     

    Framed prints are professionally framed and ready to hang. Each open edition art print is hand-signed by the artist, surrounded by a neutral color 2 inch wide mat and a gold metal 1 inch deep, channel type frame. The back is completely finished, with hanging hardware attached. (See photos) Each framed print is protected by unbreakable museum quality clear Lucite. Finished framed size is 22″x28″.

     

    All framed art prints are shipped by UPS directly from our framer. UPS does not ship to post office box numbers. Delivery time is usually 5-10 business days. *We can only ship this item within the United States of America

    not rated $85.00
  • The Parable of the Ten Virgins 16″x20″ Framed Print

    Model: M25LFP*

    Condition: New

     

    The Parable of the Ten Virgins Large Print

    Matthew 25:1-13

     

    Jesus told several parables in response to questions from his disciples about the kingdom of heaven and the end of time. This is one of those parables that stressed the importance of being prepared for His second coming. Jesus uses a story of a wedding here to make His point. In those days weddings involved the groom traveling from his house to the house of his bride-to-be in the evening where the wedding would be held. The virgin bride’s maids had to bring lighted lamps to light the way and enter the wedding celebration. In this parable, Jesus says the groom was very late in arriving at night. The bride’s maids had fallen asleep waiting. The wise ones were prepared for the arrival of the groom no matter what time he arrived, so they had brought oil for their lamps. The unwise brought no oil. With no lit lamps they would not be allowed to enter. The oil here is believed to be symbolic of the indwelling Holy Spirit. The wedding house represents heaven and the groom represents Jesus himself. The story stresses the importance of being ready for the return of Jesus, which could happen at any time.

     

    Framed prints are professionally framed and ready to hang. Each open edition art print is hand-signed by the artist, surrounded by a neutral color 2 inch wide mat and a gold metal 1 inch deep, channel type frame. The back is completely finished, with hanging hardware attached. (See photos) Each framed print is protected by unbreakable museum quality clear Lucite. Finished framed size is 22″x28″.

     

    All framed art prints are shipped by UPS directly from our framer. UPS does not ship to post office box numbers. Delivery time is usually 5-10 business days. *We can only ship this item within the United States of America

    not rated $85.00
  • Lord of the Horses 16″x20″ Framed Print

    Model: LOHFP*

    Condition: New

     

    The inspiration behind this illustration of the heavenly white horses comes from Revelation Chapter 19, where it says that when Jesus returns to destroy all that is evil and set up His Millennial kingdom, He will come in the clouds riding victoriously on a white horse. The same scripture also goes on to say that all of His  believers will also come following behind Him riding on white horses. This scripture has to make us wonder; where are all these white horses now as they await that one day when Jesus rounds them all up to carry all the saints from all the ages? This illustration shows Jesus as he might possibly be preparing the heavenly horses for that big day. But, He seems to be saying to the anxious horses, “stay calm, wait, that day is coming very soon.” the horse in the middle of the illustration bears the collar that signifies that is the special one on whom Jesus will ride. He belongs to “The Lord of the Horses” who is the Lord of all, that is Jesus.

     

    Framed prints are professionally framed and ready to hang. Each open edition art print is hand-signed by the artist, surrounded by a neutral color 2 inch wide mat and a gold metal 1 inch deep, channel type frame. The back is completely finished, with hanging hardware attached. (See photos) Each framed print is protected by unbreakable museum quality clear Lucite. Finished framed size is 22″x28″.

     

    All framed art prints are shipped by UPS directly from our framer. UPS does not ship to post office box numbers. Delivery time is usually 5-10 business days. *We can only ship this item within the United States of America

    not rated $85.00