Sunday, March 4, 2012

Mar.4th “God the Same Yesterday, Today, & Tomorrow”


"Here we are in March. I’m presently finishing up a series which has been a ride and I’m trusting I will announce an exhibition soon. I’ve got to work on the details, details and more details while oiling and varnishing commence.

Artists have constant changes in what’s going on in their lives. People, places, and things as well as circumstances interruption, information all move artists to have and integrate subtle to drastic modifications in their works as well as their lives.

All of us are affected in the same way as life and love is full of changes. Some changes we orchestrate. Some changes we are victimized by and others come because the roller coaster of life is made of changes. Sometimes God has changes for us because of His purposes.

Our own personal choices play a huge roll in many of the changes we make. We see, we envision, we draw, we paint, we throw away, and we forget. We choose many of the things we are not even aware of and when we are, we often choose against what the Lord would have us do..

God, never changes! The Bible say God is the same yesterday, today and forever. What a great foundation to have as our rock knowing that He is not affected by any of our nonsense or the nonsense around us. Senior Pastor of Gateway Church, Robert Morris is preaching a series on “The End … what Happens next?” This series is so informative I recommend and challenge you to go to their website: ”“; and hear what the Scriptures have to say. You will truly be blessed as well as informed about the real truth."

“Life opens each new day with a world of things to do and say
We rush with plans and purposes that may not come our way
Often don’t consider what we’ve promised or whose we are
Narrow focused and tempered by many of life’s hurting scars
But Christ is always there, He is our comfort and our guide
He will lead us home to our Eternal rest always by our side!”

“Artists’ paintings influence our thinking and our perspective. They can give us new insight, but God is the One that is in control of all things. Have a great week!”

"Find my paintings, or may my paint-tings find you!"

Douglas Auld

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