Lion of Judah


Loving this journey of Bible art journaling--decided to practice first (which is a first for me) on this lion before adding him to my Bible--I am pleased with how he turned out and now wish that I had done him originally in the Bible itself--don't know if I will be able to duplicate him.

Someone on Facebook commented that he had an almost human-like quality.  I had thought the same thing.  I did not plan it that way but was glad.

 Art journaling as a form of worship has been good for me so far--I started researching 'Lion of Judah' today and will continue to read about the significance of this.

Hope your days leading up to Christmas are blessed and relaxed with lots of holy meditation and worship time. It is worth it to take the time.


And one of the elders said to me, “Weep no more; behold, the Lion of the tribe of Judah, the Root of David, has conquered, so that he can open the scroll and its seven seals.”
Revelation 5:5



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Comments

Geckostone said…
Your Lion of Judah is magnificent!!! Merry Christmas! Deb
Valerie-Jael said…
Wonderful lion. I thought of Aslan and Narnia! Valerie
Linda Kunsman said…
oh how beautiful-he is magnificent! Happy PPF!
Nancy said…
I loved this lion when you shared him on FB and loving him more getting another glance at your beautiful artwork....I hope your Christmas is filled with love, joy and peace....
Kae said…
I agree with Geckostone--Magnificent! The layered energized brushstrokes . . . he is alive and imbued with your thoughts. Seriously inspiring work.
Anita Johnson said…
I love the idea of journaling in your Bible with these beautiful paintings! Merry Christmas to you too! XO
JKW said…
I admire you for tackling the Bible with your art. He is magnificent. Merry Christmas and Blessings, Janet PPF
Adoption Mama said…
What a beautiful rendition! Happy New Year to you and your family.

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