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When I began painting the life of Christ I promised myself that I would paint a portrait of the Savior each year. I wanted to see how my view of the Savior would change as I came to know Him better.

This was the first portrait. It gets its name from my two year old granddaughter. I came into my studio one morning to find her standing in front of the painting. She was carrying on a conversation and as I listened I could make out the word "Jesus."
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Jesus The Christ

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Jesus The Christ

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Jesus Wept

When Lazarus became sick, Mary and Martha sent a messenger to Jesus. They were extremely concerned about their brother. Jesus assured them that their brother’s sickness was not unto death “but for the glory of God, that the Son of God might be glorified thereby.” John 11:1-5

Knowing that Lazarus was to be raised from the dead, Jesus did not leave immediately. He tarried two days with his apostles. The apostles did not wish to return to Jerusalem, knowing of the disposition of the Jews and that they wanted to take Jesus. Therefore, when Jesus informed them that Lazarus was sleeping and that he must go and wake him, his disciples misunderstood and told him that if Lazarus was sleeping it was a good thing. Then, so that they could not misunderstand, Jesus said, “Lazarus is dead.” John 11:14

By the time Jesus arrived at the outskirts of Bethany, Lazarus had been in the grave 4 days.

While this process of events was necessary that Jesus might show that he had power over death, He is the only one who seemed to know this. He was following the Father’s plan, yet he was greeted by Martha first, then by Mary with the same words: “if thou hadst been here, my brother had not died.” John 11:21; John 11:32

With Mary at his feet weeping, Jesus “groaned in the spirit, and was troubled,” John 11:33

Though He knew that He would raise Lazarus from the dead, he felt great compassion for Mary and Martha. And as the scripture states, “Jesus wept.” John 11:35

In our lives, we face trials and difficulties. Our Father in heaven does not choose to intervene every time and take away our problems. Yet he has provided a way of escape through the atonement of Jesus Christ. Still, it must be difficult to see us in our trials. This small verse in the Bible teaches us this reality. As I think of this passage, I can’t help but wonder, “How many times has Jesus wept for me?”
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Journey

In Luke we read, "And Joseph also went up…to be taxed with Mary his espoused wife, being great with child." What must Mary have thought when Joseph told her they would be going to Bethlehem?

Leaving family and friends at the very moment when she was to deliver. What must she have thought as they crossed those dusty roads only to find shelter in a stable? It was her faith to go that brought hope into a hopeless world.

This life has been compared to a journey. We do not know the end when we begin, and there are times we cannot see even a single step ahead. But like Mary, we must have the faith to walk into the unknown and pray that God, who holds all things in His hands, will hold on to us.
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Joy

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Joy Of The Lord

As a little girl I spent hours looking through our old family Bible. The pictures were dark and foreboding and I was sure the Lord was waiting for me to make a mistake so He could punish me. I think I am not alone in this. As I travel around I hear over and over statements like, “Why aren’t there any pictures of Jesus smiling or happy?”

I wanted to create a picture for my children and now grandchildren of the loving friend I longed for as a child. I wanted them to see that Jesus is not waiting to punish us; rather He is waiting to hold us, laugh with us, and love us. I wanted them to know that He is and will always be our hope, our happiness, our joy, and most importantly our friend.



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King of Kings

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Lamb Of God

As the artist explains, “There is a long period in Jesus’ life—after he taught in the temple at age twelve and before he declared his ministry—that remains unknown.

We can assume that as a Jew, Jesus would have taken part in the centuries-old Passover ritual. At twelve he would have been considered a member of the community and expected to make the Passover pilgrimage from Nazareth to Jerusalem.

I have portrayed the young Jesus with a sacrificial (paschal) lamb—symbolic of Christ himself, first-born and unblemished—to represent Christ’s sinless sacrifice.” Published from the artist’s original oil painting.
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Last Supper Olive Wood Carving 11 X 3 1/2

Each piece is hand carved by Omar in Israel. Each piece will have a completely different grain pattern. Omar lets the wood cure for over 8 years before he carves it.
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Let The Children Come

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Light Of The World

On that night of nights, Mary knew the angelic promise, "Thou shalt bring forth a son," was fulfilled as she tenderly held her newborn infant. In that moment, she could resonate with the heavenly host who praised God for the babe´s birth by saying, "Glory to God in the highest, and on earth peace, good will toward men."
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Light Of The World

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Like Unto A Child

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Little Lamb

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Little One

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Living Water

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Look to Him

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Lord of Prayer

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