Any spiritual significance in this photo?

global-warming.jpeg

I can’t recall where I downloaded this photo, but it sure seems like the artist was trying to make a statement! Any guesses as to what it might be?

You may have to click on the photo to see it in it’s entirety. Happy interpreting!

Jim Richardson 

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4 Responses

  1. Hmm… How about you going first? -bill

  2. Jesus praying…..war…..technology….nukes…..a darkened sun…..four towers…..ice…..more ice…..the Statue of Liberty…..dragons…..a gate…..a city!

    Bill, other than a very strange depiction showing elements of Revelation, I haven’t the foggiest idea! In fact, maybe I should just replace this photo with a good Thomas Kincaid!

    Jim

  3. Well years ago the “Jesus Saves” exterior neon sign was mounted high up on the side wall of the Church of the Open Door in downtown Los Angeles, the home of Biola (Bible Institute of Los Angeles). Which then moved further south fewer years ago. For twenty years that church was the home of Dr. J. Vernon McGee, of ‘Through the Bible” radio broadcast fame.

    Since the graphic’s properties tag it as “global warming.jpeg” I’m guessing the “artist” was trying to render what in his/her mind was a warning to all of us westerm ignoramuses as to the dangers envisioned under the threat of that impending natural disaster. Apparently in the artist’s ‘mind’ that threat is very real.

    My own views differ.

    God bless you

  4. Woah! Too much in there.. i’d better come back and analyse another time!
    Every blessing
    Maria in the UK
    http://www.inhishands.co.uk

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