"Receiving the Assignment"
This is an 8" x 8" print of an original artwork created by Tina Lawver.
(Also offered in a 12"x12" Print $35) -12"x12" Currently Out of Stock
*Note of inspiration from the artist
"In the book of 1 Kings 17:2-6, Elijah was given a word by the Lord to Leave here, turn eastward and hide in a land east of Jordan. God told him that (verse 4) "You will drink from the brook, and I have directed the ravens to supply you with food there"
I was so inspired by the moment, an underlying moment, but essential to the story....the moment that lowly, ordinary, common bird received the important assignment from the Creator that it would be used to provide for a man of God. There is a glow representing the annointing, the bird's chest puffs and head lifts as he is at attention and in agreement with this assignment from the Creator.
My prayer is that this image encourages you to receive your assignment and to never minimize your contribution in the big picture and huge plans the Creator has for you"
We work with excellent printers to get the best quality print from the original piece.
This print will come on a foam board and sealed in an acid free clear wrap for protection. It comes to you ready to frame and is signed by the artist.
This print is 8"x8" Frame not included
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