Latest submissions to the site

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03-10-2017 MARK CAZALET

St Cedd

St Cedd, the Essex b...
St Cedd, the Essex builder. Window designed for Chelmsford cathedral 270x70cms
03-10-2017 MARK CAZALET

Christ's Childhood in Nazareth

Trinity Reredos, Man...
Trinity Reredos, Manchester Cathedral 100x200cms
03-10-2017 MARK CAZALET

The man who was legion

03-10-2017 MARK CAZALET

Christ Crucified

from the West London...
from the West London Stations of the Cross 46x36cms
03-10-2017 MARK CAZALET

Christ Sentenced

From the West London...
From the West London Stations of the Cross
03-10-2017 MARK CAZALET

The Betrothal

03-10-2017 MARK CAZALET

Judas's Decision

03-10-2017 MARK CAZALET

Nathaniel Asleep

03-10-2017 MARK CAZALET

The Prodigal's Gap Year

15-09-2017 JENNIFER BELL


Painted for the exhi...
Painted for the exhibition 'Crossings, Art and Christianity Now' at Southwell Minster 2018. The way we attempt to cover up the raw reality of the crucifixion with something prettier and more acceptable.
06-09-2017 MARK CAZALET

Christ meets his mother

From the West London...
From the West London Stations of the Cross
09-08-2017 JENNIFER BELL

Lost Sheep

A small oil sketch...
A small oil sketch
22-07-2017 DAVID SAPP


John 2:13-16, New Re...
John 2:13-16, New Revised Standard Version Jesus Cleanses the Temple 13 The Passover of the Jews was near, and Jesus went up to Jerusalem. 14 In the temple he found people selling cattle, sheep, and doves, and the money changers seated at their tables. 15 Making a whip of cords, he drove all of them out of the temple, both the sheep and the cattle. He also poured out the coins of the money changers and overturned their tables. 16 He told those who were selling the doves, “Take these things out of here! Stop making my Father’s house a marketplace!”
12-07-2017 HILARY TINLEY

Save that here...

Excerpt from John Do...
Excerpt from John Donne's Holy Sonnet 19 "save that here, those are my best days when I shake with fear". Referring to the fear (or in today's terms - respect) of the Lord God. See psalm 115 v 13 " He will bless them that fear the Lord, both small and great."

The woman taken in adultery: John 8.2-11

29-06-2017 HELEN DE SYBEL

Lot leaves Sodom (Scenes from the old testament)

Genesis 19...
Genesis 19
29-06-2017 HELEN DE SYBEL

Samson and the lion (Scenes from the old testament)

Judges 14:14...
Judges 14:14
29-06-2017 HELEN DE SYBEL

The plague of lice & flies (Scenes from the old testament)

Exodus 12:12...
Exodus 12:12
29-06-2017 HELEN DE SYBEL

The tower of Babel (Scenes from the old testament)

Genesis 11: 1-9...
Genesis 11: 1-9
29-06-2017 HELEN DE SYBEL

Abraham & Isaac (Scenes from the old testament)

Genesis 22...
Genesis 22
29-06-2017 HELEN DE SYBEL

Moses and the river of blood (Scenes from the old testament)

Exodus 7:20...
Exodus 7:20
27-06-2017 HELEN DE SYBEL

Old Testament

Van Gogh famously re...
Van Gogh famously referred to painting as a 'small light in a dark world.' Using a combination of gouache, oil pastel and collage, I have tried to illuminate this selection of Old Testament narratives in order to evoke the initial emotional response that I had to these stories when I first encountered them as a child at school In practical terms, what you see is the culmination of a process that began with the depiction of one image, Samson and the Lion. Through that early painting I found I could tell the story using an imaginative and novel technique- a combination of paint, oil pastel and collage. Through colour and luminosity I want express the spiritual aspect of the work and felt that this would be particularly effective in an ecclesiastical setting. The energetic use of line injects a tension, and delivers an electrical charge to the whole. It should also suggest an outside force, a charge or impulse that goes through all living things emanating from the Almighty; in the Old Testament context an 'admonishing force'. The three-dimensional nature of collage generates a physical aversion to the plague of lice and flies. It is as if past horrors are projected into the present, forcing the onlooker to interact with the work and subject matter in real time.
23-06-2017 HILARY TINLEY

Keep not Thy silence

Psalm 83 verse 1 &qu...
Psalm 83 verse 1 "Keep not Thy silence, O God, hold not Thy peace".
23-06-2017 HILARY TINLEY

Lord Have Mercy

The response "L...
The response "Lord have mercy" repeated in English, Greek and Church Slavonic

We Shall Be Changed


Amongst Women


The Fall

Based on the Books o...
Based on the Books of Genesis

Genesis 1

Based on the First B...
Based on the First Book

He Raised Me Up



Religious theme rela...
Religious theme related to the persecution of the Falun Gong in China.

A World oF His Own



22-05-2017 ZAK BENJAMIN


Revelation 3:18. &qu...
Revelation 3:18. "...anoint thine eyes with eyesalve, that thou mayest see." We need to learn to look at each other with compassion.

A Village in Heaven 1937

Oil on canvas Captio...
Oil on canvas Caption from Art UK; "A frieze shaped painting depicting an imaginary scene of a heavenly village based on Cookham in Berkshire. Groups of adults and children are dancing and playing in the village square around a central stone obelisk, at the foot of which sits a vase of flowers. The figure of Jesus stands to the left of the obelisk, watching figures dancing and playing, a group to the far left can be seen playing amongst the trunks and roots of three trees. There are more dancing and playing figures to the right, with the village green in the background." In the collection of Manchester Art Gallery. Copyright the Estate of Stanley Spencer

The Resurrection Reunion - Triptych 1945

Oil on canvas in 3 p...
Oil on canvas in 3 parts; the rising out of the graves, the rejoicing, and then maybe rehabilitation - the gravestones becoming something of a conversation piece to the newly-risen...painted as part of a series of resurrection scenes situated in a graveyard which could be Cookham. In the collection of Aberdeen Art Gallery, copyright The Estate of Stanley Spencer


A large oil on paper...
A large oil on paper (laid on canvas) in the collection of Aberdeen Art Gallery

Baptism of Christ, pencil drawing 1943/4

A study for a larger...
A study for a larger work; Christ sits in the water surrounded by fish, with John the Baptist in animal skins leaning over. In the permanent collection of the Stanley Spencer Gallery, Cookham, UK
04-05-2017 WILLIAM BLAKE

"Illustrations to the Book of Job (Butts Set) by William Blake"

Link to the William ...
Link to the William Blake Archive. 21 watercolours with pen and ink drawing, each approx 23cms x 28cms, illustrating the Book of Job - (1805/6 and 1821/27) commissioned by Thomas Butts, 1805/6, in the collection of the Pierpont Morgan Library, Morgan Library and Museum, New York, USA. Copyright the William Blake Archive
06-04-2017 GANGI

The Voice John Heard

Paper Collage on Arc...
Paper Collage on Archival Paper
06-04-2017 GANGI

Woman Clothed with the Sun

Pastel on Archival p...
Pastel on Archival paper
06-04-2017 GANGI

Psalm 40: 7

Paper Collage on Arc...
Paper Collage on Archival paper
06-04-2017 GANGI

Psalm 15: 2

Paper Collage on Arc...
Paper Collage on Archival paper
06-04-2017 GANGI

Psalm 40

Paper Collage on Arc...
Paper Collage on Archival Paper
06-04-2017 GANGI

Letter to Ephesians

Pastel drawing on Ar...
Pastel drawing on Archival paper
06-04-2017 GANGI

Blind Sight

Pastel on Archival P...
Pastel on Archival Paper
06-04-2017 GANGI

Graceful Aureole

Pastel drawing on ar...
Pastel drawing on archival paper
04-04-2017 GANGI

Emerging from the shadow

pastel on archival p...
pastel on archival paper
04-04-2017 GANGI

Psalm 18

Paper Collage on arc...
Paper Collage on archival paper

Andrea del Sarto’s Madonna of the Harpies

An extract from chap...
An extract from chapter 5 of my book 'The Word made Visible in the Painted Image…' (Camb. Scholars Pub., January 2016). The extract looks at the iconography in Andrea del Sarto’s Madonna of the Harpies, discussed in the context of Revelation 9.

Temptation and Expulsion in The Book of Genesis: Michelangelo, the Sistine Chapel and the Serpent with a Female Human Head

Relates to iconograp...
Relates to iconography and biblical reception, primarily in Italian Renaissance art. A short paper on Michelangelo’s Temptation and Expulsion scene from the Sistine Chapel ceiling, exploring the intersection between iconography in art and theology, drawing on extracts from Genesis 1, 2 and 3. It is titled: Temptation and Expulsion in The Book of Genesis: Michelangelo, the Sistine Chapel and the Serpent with a Female Human Head

The Book of Books, David Lyle Jeffrey (contributor)

The whole illustrate...
The whole illustrated text of the book accompanying the opening of the 'Book of Books' exhibit at the Bible Lands Museum, Jerusalem; a series of 17 essays on the Biblical Canon and its dissemination; the copying, printing and illuminations of Bibles - from the earliest manuscripts to a revisualisation of the past using cutting edge technologies. See the index page 4.

Sacred Proposals and the Spiritual Sublime, David Lyle Jeffrey

An essay on the para...
An essay on the paradox of sacred love and sacrificial suffering; considering the Annunciation in visual art and poetry.

Meditation and Atonement in the Art of Marc Chagall by David Lyle Jeffrey, Baylor University

Chagall’s crucifix...
Chagall’s crucifixion paintings, long a delicate subject among art historians, are best contextualized in the light of his life-long repatriation of Christian iconography to its Jewish foundation. Chagall reverses typological sequences familiar to Christians, so that instead of the Old Testament being seen as prefiguring the events of the Gospels, in his work the New Testament refers back to the Hebrew Scriptures in such a way as to illuminate the universal in Jewish experience. In Solitude (1933) and The Yellow Crucifixion (1943) we see how Chagall achieves a remarkable fusion of Jewish and Christian understandings of meditation and visual commentary on the Scriptures, prophetically calling both traditions to repentance and reconciliation. [DLJ]

The Methodist Modern Art Collection

A collection, begun ...
A collection, begun in the 1960's, of over 40 works by major modern and contemporary artists, the purchases initiated by a desire to connect people inside, and outside the church with different views of the Christian message, and the aesthetics of faith. The collection as a whole or in part can be borrowed, and a list of current exhibitions can be found on the site, as well as videos and commentaries.

Lord Harries, 'Understanding Faith through the eyes of Stanley Spencer'

Gresham College lect...
Gresham College lecture on You Tube, uploaded on August 26th, 2011 The reputation of Stanley Spencer continues to grow. All his life he painted Christian themes with his fresh and distinctive vision. For him art was the product not so much of talent as love, and this love enables us to see everything as it truly is, newly risen to life. The transcript and downloadable versions of the lecture are available from the Gresham College website [LRH]

Lord Harries, 'The Resurrection of Christ in Art'

Gresham College lect...
Gresham College lecture on You Tube uploaded on August 26th, 2011. This is the most difficult of all Christian themes to convey in visible form and the early church approached it with proper reticence. Whilst the Western Church developed an over-literalistic image, the Orthodox Church gave it a powerful symbolic rendering. The 20th century, with its massive suffering, found this hopeful theme particularly problematic. The transcript and downloadable versions of the lecture are available from the Gresham College website [LRH]

Professor Ben Quash,'God's Good Order and the Artist's Patterns

Gresham College lect...
Gresham College lecture on You Tube, published on April 12th, 2013. For centuries of western history, the beauty of art was conceived as a response to, and a reflection of, the cosmic artistry of a good God, who patterned all things well. Aesthetic order was therefore a manifestation of cosmic order, and beauty an expression of the good providence of a benevolent God. In the modern period patterns have seemed like the consoling creations of people worried that they live at the mercy of an arbitrary universe. What do patterns in art (pre-modern and then modern) tell us about our changing perspectives on the world we live in? The transcript and downloadable versions of the lecture are available from the Gresham College website [BQ]

Lord Harries, 'The Explosion of Modernism, and Christian Faith'

Gresham College lect...
Gresham College lecture on You Tube, uploaded on November 3rd, 2011. The period before World War I saw an extraordinary burst of creativity in all the arts which has decisively effected all subsequent developments. This lecture will look at the emergence of expressionism and amongst other artists will consider in detail the work of Nolde, Jacob Epstein and Rouault. The transcript and downloadable versions of the lecture are available from the Gresham College website. [LRH]

Lord Harries and Professor Ben Quash, 'Thinking theologically about Modern Art

Gresham college disc...
Gresham college discussion on You Tube, published May 8th, 2012 At the end of the conference, 'Thinking Theologically About Modern Art', the speakers review issues raised by the proceeding talks. The speakers are: * Professor the Rt Revd Lord Harries * Professor Ben Quash * Professor Frances Spalding * Professor George Pattison * Dr Jonathan Koestlé-Cate * Roger Wagner This discussion was a part of the Gresham College conference, 'Thinking Theologically about Modern Art'. The full conference can be accessed on the Gresham College website. [LRH], [RW]

Roger Wagner, 'Contemporary Christian Art; Marching to an Antique Drum'

Gresham College lect...
Gresham College lecture on You Tube, uploaded on May 4, 2012 Artist Roger Wagner offers an overview of his own career and perspectives on the pressures faced by a modern Christian artist. He details the influence of artists such as Giorgio de Chirico and TS Eliot on his work, as well as his resistance to what Robert Hughes has called "institutional modernism". This talk was a part of the Gresham College conference, 'Thinking Theologically about Modern Art'. The full conference can be accessed on the Gresham College website: [RW]

Lord Harries, 'The Crucifixion of Christ in Art'

Gresham College lect...
Gresham College lecture on You Tube, uploaded on Aug 24, 2011. There are no surviving depictions of Jesus on the cross in the catacombs, but by the middle ages it had become the definitive and defining image of Christianity. Yet there have been, and continue to be, major shifts in what this image has been trying to convey. [LRH]

Lord Harries, 'Jesus in Art'

Gresham College Lect...
Gresham College Lecture on You Tube , uploaded on Aug 12, 2011 Early Christian carvings depict Jesus as a beardless Roman youth. Yet the image with which we are familiar is very different. This lecture will explore the dominant imagery associated with Jesus in different ages and cultures. [LRH]

Lord Harries, 'The First Christian Art and its Early Development'

Gresham college lect...
Gresham college lecture on You Tube, August 11th, 2011 The earliest surviving Christian art is in the catacombs in Rome. This lecture will look at how this developed, survived two centuries of iconoclasm and established itself with a distinctive rationale. [LRH]

Lord Harries, 'Contemporary Christian Art'

Gresham College lect...
Gresham College lecture on You Tube, April 10th 2012. Contrary to much opinion, the current scene of faith-related art is very much alive. There are new commissions for churches and cathedrals, a number of artists pursue their work on the basis of a deeply convinced faith, and other artists often resonate with traditional Christian themes, albeit in a highly untraditional way. The challenge for the artist, stated in the introduction to the course of lectures above, is still very much there: how to retain artistic integrity whilst doing justice to received themes. This lecture is part of Lord Harries' series on 'Christian Faith and Modern Art'. The last century has seen changes in artistic style that have been both rapid and radical. This has presented a particular problem to artists who have wished to express Christian themes. [LRH]

Lord Harries, 'Modern Art - Enemy or Friend of Religious Art?

Gresham College Lect...
Gresham College Lecture on video, 9th October 2013. The last century has seen changes in artistic style that have been both rapid and radical. This has presented a particular problem to artists who have wished to express Christian themes. This illustrated lecture looks at how different artists have responded to the challenge of doing this whilst retaining their artistic integrity. [LRH]

Lord Harries, 'Modern Art in Churches'

Gresham College lect...
Gresham College lecture on video, 3rd December 2013. Lord Harries looks specifically at modern works of art that have been commissioned for, or placed in churches over the last 70 years and finds here an encouraging story. His book 'The Image of Christ in Modern Art' was based on this series of lectures. [LRH]

Lord Harries, 'The Pieta in Art

Gresham College vide...
Gresham College video lecture, 31st March 2015, exploring the visual history of one of the most moving of all Christian images. [LRH]

Stephen Prickett, 'A Biblical Chain Gang'

An essay from '...
An essay from 'The Edinburgh Companion to the Bible and the Arts'; the Arts and the understanding of religion are inextricably hitched together...progress in one leads to greater insights into the other.

Stephen Prickett; The Introduction to 'The Edinburgh Companion to the Bible and the Arts'

Editor's introd...
Editor's introduction to a series of essays and insights on the current relationship between the Bible and the various specialisms of the invited contributors, unapologetically from their cultural and historical viewpoints. By kind permission Edinburgh University Press
05-01-2017 WILLIAM BLAKE

Link to the Blake Archive - Illustrations to Milton's 'Paradise Lost' by William Blake, the Thomas Set, 1807

12 illustrations; wa...
12 illustrations; watercolour with pen and ink each approx 25cms x 21cms, probably commissioned by Rev Joseph Thomas in 1807, currently in the Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery, San Marino, Cal. USA Copyright: 2008 Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery
13-12-2016 JENNIFER BELL

All things must pass

1Corinthians :13 rew...
1Corinthians :13 reworded and set to Thomas Tallis's 3rd Mode Melody. Played and sung by Jennifer Bell, arranged by Christopher Bell
08-09-2016 JENNIFER BELL

Sanctuary wall mural

A mural painted for ...
A mural painted for The Church of the Holy Spirit, West Bridgford, Nottingham, painted out in 2015
05-09-2016 WILLIAM BLAKE

Eve tempted by the Serpent

Painted 1799-1800 Im...
Painted 1799-1800 Image courtesy ArtUK Photo credit Victoria and Albert Museum
05-09-2016 WILLIAM BLAKE

The Judgement of Solomon

Image from ArtUK, Ph...
Image from ArtUK, Photo credit, Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge
05-09-2016 WILLIAM BLAKE

Biography and notes on William Blake's works and faith

The Wikipedia entry ...
The Wikipedia entry for William Blake

The Rapture

The Resurrection - D...
The Resurrection - Daniel 12:22; ‘Many of those sleeping in the dust of the earth will awaken, some to everlasting life.’ This painting is not part of the Book of Revelation formally, however it is our hope; The Resurrection. (or ‘Rapture’) ‘To wait for his Son from heaven, whom he raised from the dead, even Jesus, who delivers us from the wrath to come’. 1 Thessalonians 1:9-10. 1 Thessalonians 4:16 - 18 ‘..for the Lord himself will come down from heaven, with a loud command, with the voice of the archangel and with the trumpet call of God, and the dead in Christ will rise first. After that, we who are still alive and are left will be caught up together with them in the clouds to meet the Lord in the air. And so we will be with the Lord forever. Therefore encourage each other with these words.‘ Luke 21:34 - 37 ‘Take heed to yourselves, lest haply your hearts be overcharged with surfeiting, and drunkenness, and cares of this life, and that day come on you suddenly as a snare; for so shall it come upon all them that dwell on the face of all the earth. But watch ye at every season, making supplication, that ye may prevail to escape all these things that shall come to pass, and to stand before the Son of man.’ In this painting you can see Ian and I going up to meet the Lord in ‘a twinkling of an eye’. I take the ‘pretribulational’ view that says that this taking away or ‘rapture’ of the true believers happens before the time of the seven year Wrath of God, known as the ‘tribulation’. It does not begin the tribulation however. There are actually eight different views on this issue I am told! ‘The Footsteps of the Messiah’ says ‘the pretribulational view is the most continuously harmonious interpretation of prophecy’. (p.xxvii). According to 1 Corinth. 15:23 The resurrection is ‘each in its own order’, meaning the saints go at different times. So first Jesus was resurrected, then we will be if we are alive at the time of the rapture along with all the church saints, then the two witnesses of Rev.11, finally old testament saints and tribulation martyrs.

Israel Reborn

Micah 2:12 ‘I will...
Micah 2:12 ‘I will surely gather the remnant of Israel like a Shepherd of Botzrah, like sheep in a pen.’. Zech. 12:7 Jehovah also shall save the tents of Judah first, that the glory of the house of David and the glory of the inhabitants of Jerusalem shall yet again dwell in their own place, even in Jerusalem. Zech. 12:10 And I will pour upon the house of David and upon the inhabitants of Jerusalem, the spirit of grace and of supplication; and they shall look unto me whom they have pierced; and they shall mourn for him, as one mourneth for his only son. After the taking of Jerusalem, AntiChrist’s armies head down to Botzrah or Petra in southern Jordan, where they intend to finish off the divinely rescued remnant of the Jewish people, who are being provided for in this city. Interestingly the city of Petra would be easy to defend as it has a long wadi ‘entrance’ that is very narrow, this would be similar to a ‘sheep fold’ in that there is just a narrow entrance to the circular ‘pen’ or city space. Petra is located next to ‘Botzrah’. The scripture says that Adonai will save the tents of Judah first indicating that they are in southern Jordan, Petra, instead of Judah. Jordan will be the only place that AntiChrist does not rule (Daniel 11:41) The point being that this is the place where the Jewish people will first realize that Jesus is their Messiah. Whether this is from the preaching of the 144,000 evangelists with them, or by their leaders. They will be led in repentance for the rejection of the Messiahship of Yeshua. (Zech. 12:10) This will bring about a national regeneration of Israel, where the whole nation will be saved. Also the Jewish people in Jerusalem, through the holy spirit also realize the truth that Yeshua is their Messiah. The mount of Olives will be split in two causing an East West channel to open up next to Jerusalem which will be the means for these souls to escape a coming devastating earthquake. The Jews of Petra, with AntiChrist’s armies almost upon them CRY OUT FOR YESHUA

Our crowns

Receiving our crowns...
Receiving our crowns in heaven. 11 Timothy 4:7-8 ‘I have fought the fight, finished the course, kept the faith. Henceforth is laid up for me a righteous crown. Which our Lord, the righteous judge will give to me on the day. And not just to me but to all those who have loved his appearing (wanted and waited for his return)

Revelation 22: 2

Leaves for the heali...
Leaves for the healing of nations,tree of life

Revelation 21: 1-4

The Book of Revelati...
The Book of Revelation gives some new information about the ‘New Jerusalem City’ which is the glorious eternal home and concerns itself mostly with this city. The rest of the Old Testament is mostly concerned with the ‘Millennial kingdom’ the thousand year reign of Christ that comes before the New Jerusalem abode. This is our glorious eternal home, the New Jerusalem, made of transparent gold. It is being viewed by John, who was taken to a high mountain to see it coming out of heaven. The city exists somewhere today. It has the appearance of a diamond and is also a cube. It has a height of 1200 miles, by the same width and depth. Possibly it looks like the longest skyscraper you ever saw! It has twelve pearly gates named after the twelve sons of Jacob, showing that the Jewish names will go on forever, however there is no mention of any functional difference between Jewish and other people. The city has twelve foundation stones, composed of precious stones. They are named after the twelve apostles. Isaiah chapter 54 vs. 12 ‘Oh afflicted city, unconsoled. I will lay your stones in the finest way. Your foundation stones of sapphire, Your windows will beam with rubies’.

Revelation 19: 9

The wedding feast p...
The wedding feast probably kicks off the millennial reign of Jesus Christ upon the earth. He will be ruling and reigning from Jerusalem, now the tallest mountain upon the earth, (Micah 4:1) ruling with a definites chain of command. In the 1000 yr. Messianic age people will be righteous (Psalm 15:1 - 5), at peace (Isaiah 2:2 - 4). Warfare will be over, conflicts will be resolved by the word of God coming from Jerusalem. There will be peace with animals who will all be vegetarians. (Isaiah 11: 6 - 9,) There will be a renovation of heaven and earth with some new things. People will all live at least until 100yrs. old, those who die at age 100 will be unbelievers. They are there as their believing parents were admitted to the Messianic kingdom at the time of Jesus’s judgment in the Valley of Jehosphat (Joel 3:1 - 3). As the years go buy these unresurrected people will have children and these will have the opportunity to receive Jesus as Lord, some won’t and they will be the people who die at 100 yrs. The Messianic Kingdom will be a time of peace, prosperity and long life.

Revelation 19:19 to 20:3

AntiChrist is resurr...
AntiChrist is resurrected again. This time as the first fruits of the 2nd resurrection to play out this counterfeit role of the son to completion. Rev. 19:19 And I saw the beast, and the kings of the earth, and their armies, gathered together to make war against him that sat upon the horse, and against his army. And the beast was taken, and with him the false prophet that wrought the signs in his sight, wherewith he received the mark of the beast and them that worshipped his image: they two were cast alive into the lake of fire that burneth with brimstone: and the rest were killed with the sword of him that sat upon the horse, even the sword which came forth out of his mouth: and all the birds were filled with their flesh. Daniel 7:11 I watched as the animal was killed, its body given over to be burned up completely. After the thousand years, Satan is released. He calls all unbelievers to the final battle but fire comes down from heaven and consumes them. A great white throne is set up to judge all the rebels and all the dead. Those not written in the book of life received their punishments, like the rewards for the righteous, there are levels of punishment. They are all hurled into the lake of fire.

Revelation 16: 17-21

The Great Tribulatio...
The Great Tribulation is brought to a close with 120lb hailstones crashing to the ground. Zechariah 14:3 - 4 On that day Adonai will go out and fight against those nations. Fighting as on a day of battle. On that day his feet will stand on the Mt. of Olives.

Revelation 19:11-17

The newly reborn Jew...
The newly reborn Jewish people cry out for Jesus to return as he said they would ‘Surely you will not see me again until you say, ‘blessed is he who comes in the name of the Lord’’ Mathew chapter 23:39. Psalm 18:9 – 13 Sparks blazed forth from him. He lowered heaven and came down with thick darkness under his feet. He rode on a keruv; he flew, swooping down on the wings of the wind. He made darkness his hiding-place, his canopy thick clouds dark with water. From the brightness before him, there broke through the thick clouds hailstones and fiery coals. When Yeshua returns with the hosts of heaven following on white horses too, the first thing he does is to get rid of anti christ, by the breath of his mouth. He sends anti christ and his family directly to ****, (Isaiah 14:3-11)from whence he will be resurrected again! Only next time to be hurled into the lake of fire with the false prophet forevermore. Yeshua fights the armies all the way back to the Valley of Jehosophat (the Kidron Valley next to Jerusalem). Many of the soldiers will perish by their flesh rotting as they stand. (Zechariah 14:12). Yeshua stands upon the recently split in two mount of Olives to receive the glory due to him.

Revelation 19:8

Events in heaven are...
Events in heaven are proceeding in a beautiful way. Just prior to Jesus returning in chapter nineteen, the bride is ready for the wedding ceremony with the lamb, or Jesus. The bride has made herself ready and is wearing white linen, which is representing righteous acts (Revelation 19:8) The parallels with the Jewish wedding contract are striking and worth noting here: 1.In the Jewish wedding contract first the groom’s father pays the price for the bride - The price is paid for the bride by Yeshua’s blood. 2.The groom sometime later goes to fetch his bride - Jesus will fetch the bride at the time of the rapture of the saints. 3.There is a wedding ceremony with an immersion bath proceeding - The bride is married wearing the cleansing white garments showing sanctification is complete. 4.There is a wedding banquet - The wedding feast will happen upon earth beginning the millennial reign of Christ.

Revelation 16: 12-16

So much is happening...
So much is happening at this point in chapters sixteen through nineteen. Towards the end of chapter sixteen was the sixth bowl judgement. The sixth bowl judgement was a call to the nations by three demons emanating from the counterfeit trinity to come to war against Jerusalem. This will be the third war of the tribulation period. The nations are deceived into coming. Babylon and the super church is destroyed in the middle part of the tribulation by AntiChrist who has consolodated his power over the remaining seven kings. (Rev. 17:13). He becomes the leader of the world and sets up his headquaters in Babylon. He has come out to meet the armies of the nations that he sent for to battle against Jerusalem in the Jezreel valley next to the town of Megiddo. When Babylon is destroyed AntiChrist does not turn back to defend his city. His agenda now with his two partners, is to finish off the Jewish people once and for all.

Revelation 16: 1-11

Illustrating five of...
Illustrating five of the seven vials

Revelation 15: 6-7

The seven angels hav...
The seven angels have the plague and are given bowls full of the wrath of God, by one of the four beasts, to pour out on the earth

Revelation 14: 1-3

Chapter 14 is a conn...
Chapter 14 is a connecting chapter. It forecasts the failure of the counterfeit trinity’s programme by showing the 144,000 Jewish evangelists with the lamb. It also is a last call for people on earth to receive the gospel. Chapter 14 also shows the results of the last seven judgements known as the ‘bowl judgements’ by explaining that all the nations that came up to do battle against Jerusalem will be extinguished and the blood of the armies will go for 200 miles and rise to the height of a horses bridle. Chapter 14 also gives assurance, encouragement and comfort to post-rapture saints who may be alive at this time in the second half of the ‘tribulation’.

Revelation 13: 5-18

Here is the counterf...
Here is the counterfeit Trinity. In the foreground there is Satan, he has a dragon tattooed onto his back. He is moving out to kill all the Jews and Christians as he knows his ‘time is short’ - he only has 3 and a half years. The man seated on the throne is Antichrist. He will continue a further 1,260 days. He broke his covenant with Israel half way through the seven year tribulation (Isaiah 28:18), and goes into the recently rebuilt Jewish temple where he declares himself God. However, he sets up his throne in Babylon. The performer calling down fire from heaven, is known as the ‘false prophet’. He deceives people by performing miracles. He has a statue made of the AntiChrist and demonically brings it to life. If people do not worship this statue they must be put to death. He also causes people to have a mark on their hand or forehead of ‘666’ . This is a passport for business. If you do not take the mark, you will not be able to buy or sell anything. However, if you take the mark, you will be damned for all time according to Chapter 14.

Revelation 12: 14-17

The devil now goes i...
The devil now goes in hot pursuit of the remnant of the Jewish people and saints (symbolised by the woman) to destroy them. However they are miraculously rescued. This all happens in the middle of the tribulation period.

Revelation 12:1-2

This is Israel, the ...
This is Israel, the ‘great sign of a woman’ in the heavens. The ‘bride of Jehovah’ of the Old Testament. She is pregnant with the Messiah. There was a dragon (Satan) seen with seven heads and ten horns, who tries to get the Messiah when he is born, but he is snatched up to heaven to be with God. Next there is a war in heaven about the time AntiChrist is resurrected. The archangel Michael wars with the dragon Satan in heaven. However Satan is not strong enough and is cast to earth.

Revelation 11: 3-11

The figure is AntiCh...
The figure is AntiChrist who was killed in the second World wide battle against the 10 kings (Daniel 11:45) but has been resurrected by Satan to continue with the similarity with Jesus. When he returns from the dead the ‘whole earth will wonder after the beast’ (Revelation 13:3) The Antichrist kills the two witnesses and there is general rejoicing in Jerusalem where they send each other presents. The witnesses lie for 3 days on the streets but then God breaths into them and they are resurrected and go up to be with God. The people become terrified. There is a huge earthquake in Jerusalem and 7,000 people are killed.

Revelation 10

John next sees a vis...
John next sees a vision of a mighty angel whose legs are like pillars of fire. He has one foot standing on ‘the land’ (Israel) and the other in the sea (the nations). His breast is like a ‘cloud’ and over his head is a rainbow. This figure is very like the figure described in Ezekiel 1:27. It is possible the prophesy John receives, being this Book of Revelation, is the same prophesy that was sealed until ‘the distant future’ of Daniel 8:26.

Revelation 9: 13-21

The sixth angel loos...
The sixth angel looses the 4 angels of destruction which had been bound in the Euphrates; They looked like horses and riders though their heads were like lions. Out of their mouths came fire smoke and sulphur and their tails were like snakes, stinging people. We have reached the middle part of the Tribulation period, in other words three and half years in. Six of seven trumpets judgements have sounded. The seventh trumpet judgment will contain the seven bowl judgements and will be a process. It is the third ‘Woe’ and is the worst of all.

Revelation 9:1-6

This is the fifth tr...
This is the fifth trumpet judgement and the end of the first ‘Woe’ cry of the seraph. It is also the third earth blackout, there are five during the tribulation period. I'm connecting the locusts with Joel 2:5 'They looked like horses and like cavalry they charge. With a rumble like horses chariots they leap over the mountain tops'

Revelation 8:13

Revelation 8:13 And ...
Revelation 8:13 And I saw, and I heard an eagle, flying in mid heaven, saying with a great voice, Woe, woe, woe, for them that dwell on the earth, by reason of the other voices of the trumpet of the three angels, who are yet to sound. The seraph is saying this because, although the judgements of the first four angels were bad. The last three judgements will be much much worse. I got inspiration to paint this when someone mentioned to me that they thought of peacocks' wings with ‘eyes’ on them. Considering the seraphim are covered all over with eyes, I therefore used the design of peacocks ‘eyes’ with a different hue of purple and turquoise, laying the color on using polyurethane car paint! This has been a difficult painting to transport as it is about 2 metres long.

Revelation 8:12

The 4th angel; the d...
The 4th angel; the darkening of sun, moon and stars

Revelation 8: 10-11

Poison; the illustra...
Poison; the illustration connects this passage with Jeremiah 23;15 Rev. 8:10 - 11 And the third angel sounded, and there fell from heaven a great star, burning as a torch, and it fell upon the third part of the rivers, and upon the fountains of the waters; and the name of the star is called Wormwood: and the third part of the waters became wormwood; and many men died of the waters , because they were made bitter. Jeremiah 23:15 I will feed them poison and give them bitter wormwood to drink, for unGodliness has gone thoughout the land from the prophets in Jerusalem.

Revelation 8:10

The devastation wrou...
The devastation wrought by the third angel - a connection with Exodus 7 vs17-18; Rev 8: 10 - The second angel sounded his shofar and a great star like a mountain fell into the sea, a third of the sea turned to blood, a third of the creatures in the sea died, and a third of the ships were destroyed. Exodus 7: 17 - 18 - Thus saith Jehovah, In this thou shalt know that I am Jehovah: behold, I will smite with the rod that is in my hand upon the waters which are in the river, and they shall be turned to blood. And the fish that are in the river shall die, and the river shall become foul;