Images of The Invisible

I enjoy making wallpapers and I have a specific passion while doing them; that is, Soli Deo Gloria. Glory to God alone for everything. I make wallpapers to glorify my Creator and Sustainer and to remind me of important truths that have recently been burnt into my mind. If you would like a wallpaper, comment on the first post with the phrase you suggest as well as the visual elements you think should be utilised.

Most importantly however, do you know Christ? If you have ever lied, stolen anything or even looked with lust, you will be guilty before God Almighty on judgement day. As a righteous and holy God, He must punish you. You will be rightfully damned for eternity. However, God is also loving and merciful and so He has made a way of escape. Jesus Christ came to earth and lived a sinless life. He suffered and died on the cross where God lavished the wrath and anger that had been stored up for the sin that we have committed, on His son Jesus Christ (who is God incarnate - God in the form of a man). So now, we can recieve mercy for our sins if we repent (confess our sins and turn from them) and believe that Jesus Christ is Lord. If you have any questions about this, please email me...

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Sunday, December 21, 2008

Five Solas

This image was inspired by another image that I saw online a while ago. I could, however, not make out all the words but I thought it was a pretty cool effect. So, here it is... Another wallpaper to remind us of the reformation and those important "sola" doctrines that the reformers rediscovered and that we need to treasure in an age of relativism and surrounded by the secular world that scoffs at such glorious concepts as being "saved by grace through faith, and this not of ourselves but a gift from God."

Therefore, let us always live Soli Deo Gloria!

The "Sola" and derivatives are in "University Roman LET", the other half of the phrase for each sola is in "Times New Roman" and the phrases beneath each sola are in "Cardinal Alternate". I think I should also acknowledge that the background is by no means my artwork (in case you don't recognise it). Rather, the background is a painting by Van Gogh, I hope he doesn't mind :).

Also, just so that you know, yesterday I posted a *very* late image (I missed posting one last week)...

Soli Deo Gloria!

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