Art | 21.June.2019

Art | 21.June.2019

Art Review ~

I, God, have filled him with the Spirit of God, with skill, ability and knowledge in all kinds of crafts-

(Exodus 31:3)

Not everyone can do everything.

It is a lie to just believe in yourself, and it is a delusional fantasy to have the thought you can do anything.

Everyone is created by God with weaknesses and strengths. Blessed is the man or woman that can rejoice in both while humbly giving glory to God.

Current propaganda is to not be humbled by one’s weakness while pretending our strengths are unlimited, such is the silliness of mankind.

Whether it is a child drawing on a forbidden wall, or a skilled artist being paid to paint a canvas all that is fine art should be celebrated. Uh, although, someone is probably going to get punished.

Do you see a man skilled in his work?
He will serve before kings; he will not serve before obscure men.
(Proverbs 22:29)

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Workshop of Guido Durantino, dish with Diana and her nymphs at their bath, 1541. Maiolica, 11 inches (diameter). Georgia Museum of Art, University of Georgia; Museum purchase with funds provided by the Virginia Y. Trotter Decorative Arts Endowment, the William Underwood Eiland Endowment for Acquisitions made possible by M. Smith Griffith, the W. Newton Morris Charitable Foundation, and the Georgia Museum of Art Acquisitions Endowment. GMOA 2018.411.

Timothy Williams

Reviewed Unto Righteousness | Proverbs 18:2 | Timothy Williams
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Some plates are for everyday use, others set aside for special use but both reside in the house if they turn from wickedness.

Nevertheless, God’s solid foundation stands firm, sealed with this inscription:

“The Lord knows those who are his,” and,

“Everyone who confesses the name of the Lord must turn away from wickedness.”

In a large house there are articles not only of gold and silver, but also of wood and clay; some are for noble purposes and some for ignoble.

If a man cleanses himself from the latter, he will be an instrument for noble purposes, made holy, useful to the Master and prepared to do any good work. (2 Timothy 2:19-21)

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