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Lord Build This House Leonard Freeman Art Print Posters & Prints - Beloved Gift Shop
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Lord Build This House Leonard Freeman Art Print

$55.00 USD
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Paper Size: 29 1/2 x 24
Image Size: 20 1/2 x 20 1/2 
Unframed Open Edition Art Print

"Lord Build This House" 

The foundation upon which the worshipers are standing represents the LORD Jesus Christ, Our rock of salvation. (Isaiah 28:16, 1 Corinthians 3:11)

The fields of wheat stretching beyond the horizon represents the ripe harvest Jesus spoke of concerning people in need of salvation. (Luke 10:2)

The predominant colors of blue (sky), white (Clouds), Purple (horizon), and gold (wheat), represent the majestic colors of royalty worn by Mordecai (Esther's cousin) after the king honored him. Esther 8:15)

The moving clouds rising up from the distance represent God's command to his people to follow the cloud that He provided to lead them to the Promised Land. (Exodus 13:21)

The building, whose many parts are being fitly joined together, represents the different denominations of Christians who are being brought together through their common love of Jesus Christ (Ephesians 2:21)

 The stars in the sky from which the building is descending represents heaven, God's domain, the place of origin for all blessings. (Deuteronomy 10:14)

The shadows cast on the front of the building represent the light of the Bright and Morning Star as it shines God's approval upon the worshiping saints. (Revelation 22:16)

The five columns represent the five-fold ministry: Apostles, Prophets, Evangelists, Pastors and Teachers. (Ephesians 4:11)

The Twelve windows (six on each side of the building), represent each of the twelve apostles who followed Jesus during his ministry. (Mathew 10:2-4)

The four doors in the front of the church represent the four books of the Gospel (Mathew, Mark, Luke and John) We enter into the New Testament era through these four books.

The three parts of the steeple represent the Trinity: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. (Mathew 28:19)

The cross, the last piece to descend from heaven, representing our risen Savior as he honors his promise to return, receiving the believers unto himself. (1:11) 

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