Jesus came to this world to accomplish a task, to live a perfect life in obedience to the Father, and to give His life as a ransom for the world.
He was closest to His complete work, as the nails were being driven into His hands and feet. He was closest to the finish line as His broken body was raised up upon the cross for all to see. He was nearest to His full destiny being walked out when He breathed His last breath and committed His soul into His Father’s hands.
Why then, do we as Christians seek a comfortable life? Why then do we as Gods people wish to live lives without struggle, opposition, or trials? Jesus said they would come, and they surely do. What if instead of resisting the pain, we leaned into it? What if we viewed our walk as a call to live for the Lord at all cost, even unto the loss of our own lives? That’s what Jesus did. He gave it all.
Just as Jesus was closest to fulfillment on that cross, so many times, that is the case for us. We are so close to fulfilling our destiny when we are in the midst of the most difficult struggles of our lives. He called us to take up our cross and follow Him. Lay down all other agendas, and seek the Kingdom of God. Seek His will for your life. And live it as a living sacrifice unto the Lord.
Standard art prints are printed with 4 colors on 100 lb heavy stock photo paper. These prints are a beautiful and affordable option.
Fine art giclée paper prints are archival collector prints, created to stand the test of time. Printed with 12 pigmented inks, these additional colors add a greater depth and color accuracy to each piece. A subtle surface texture and beautiful sheen truly bring the art to life. There is a 1/4 inch white border around the edges of the print for ease of framing. Made to order right here at our Tempe, Arizona studio. Paper Type: Hahnemühle Photo Rag Batyta 315 gram paper.
Giclée canvas prints are printed with the same 12 pigmented inks as our giclée paper prints and then stretched onto 1 1/2" gallery depth bars giving the piece a sleek, modern look when left unframed. Our wooden stretcher bars are locally sourced, and made with high-quality poplar wood. Made to order here in our Tempe, Arizona studio.