Why Story of God Is Love and Portrayals Incomprehensible?: Photo Essay

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The Story of God as Love and Portrayals to be Incomprehensible is photo essay. It is composed of more than 200 photo and art. A traditional Chapter present actions of God to be written in the sands of the beach. His people are commanded to live at name and home; while reflect of such only generation to generation. You discover more similar to a conceptual series of form of his true son, Jesus Christ. The product of a modern age are found of Church attendance, singing in Chorus and family; while collection of ...
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Overview

The Story of God as Love and Portrayals to be Incomprehensible is photo essay. It is composed of more than 200 photo and art. A traditional Chapter present actions of God to be written in the sands of the beach. His people are commanded to live at name and home; while reflect of such only generation to generation. You discover more similar to a conceptual series of form of his true son, Jesus Christ. The product of a modern age are found of Church attendance, singing in Chorus and family; while collection of digital art include my 1889 Oxford King James Bible. The essay presents work and business meetings; such as to discover concepts to call God. A contrasting set of images reflect to the discouraged ideas of demon, spirit or anger about of such a life. I characterize five Archangel to be discovery of an higher set of trait or principle. These are found of Michael to be defense of valor or safety in guardian angel, Gabriel to represent strengths in the Lord, Raphael to be named 'God will heal' and Uriel to signify conditioned basis to form language. Humorous photo of a cat yawn follow portrayal of the satanic to reject all constructs. I offer idea of an image to be word defying reflection; so to assess simply consideration at the impossible to ever describe. Find cat art to attempt to hunt down giant mice, and to ponder his catch. God is seen without name or limit. A offer variety of talisman to the higher art of Archangels; such as the moths of Gabriel or illness to guide return to the classical descriptions of God. Art assembles reflection of the dance of angels to be similar of Chameleon; so to lack ever ability to resolve images, or to suggest simplifying a language. Original work considers my most favored angel of Christ, and present series of art work; while to sequence art to consideration of a walk amongst the Christ angel. I offer work of the rules to the angel; although guides to a future and comforts of false hope or dream are not simple. The ancient Greek term of logos are more similar of signs or source of idea; while to have been renamed from Gospel of John to the 'word of God', and are considered eternal. Uriel is considered out of eastern rejection of reason to occur of dried swamp; so discover Raphael to heal rejections of God, and to be found of discovery of pain, illness or suffering. Such are described 'gifts of the divine', and offer of theology differences to say medical cures. The art form is noted to require cause and affect; which concludes recommending to call God love. The unending search to the story has some review; although the essay is composed of complex art in creative series. I retain a note at simple concept to be so understand, and to be contrast at complex or provoking idea to ask why? Find art of cat trying to get gold fish out of the fish bowl. The essay is more noted of variety of classical and gothic art of Archangels.
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  • ISBN-13: 9781477624968
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
  • Publication date: 7/10/2012
  • Pages: 228
  • Product dimensions: 8.00 (w) x 10.00 (h) x 0.59 (d)

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