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".
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This work of art by Pat Marvenko Smith exalts that name, the name of the Lord. 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.
The print comes with a short description and artist bio sheet.
Framed and matted size is 22" x 28"
Framed prints are already professionally framed and ready to hang. Each open edition art print is hand-signed by the artist, then surrounded by a neutral color 2 inch wide mat and a gold metal 1 inch deep, channel type frame. The back is covered by firm cardboard, and hardware for hanging is attached. Each framed print is protected by unbreakable museum quality clear Lucite.
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