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Holy Holy Holy
This painting visualizes a progressive work of the Holy Spirit in the lives of believers using the various natures of these domesticated animals for analogy. Peter mentions (2 Pe 2:22) animals that return to their old ways: the dog returning to his vomit and the pig that was washed to her wallow in the mud. They speak to us about the danger of not persevering in our faith.
The humble but stubborn donkey and the camel which can carry a great load but is very irritable are animals of useful but limited service. Our love for the Lord should be reflected in an outpouring of faithful service to others. However, this commendable labor cannot be seen as an end in itself. Even the most worthwhile service can become an external religious work that has little of the Holy Spirit’s breath upon it. The lamb is the most dependent domesticated animal. Its humble nature and usage so closely model the heart of God that the lamb was used as a symbol for Christ, the Lamb of God, who took away the sin of the world (see Jn 1:29; Php 2:5-11).
At the top of the painting we see another side of Lamb of God with this image from Revelation having the seven horns of unlimited authority and the seven eyes representing the all-seeing Spirit of God (see Rev 5:6-10). This Lamb seems in control even with the sky rolling back as a scroll, the mountains breaking up due to severe earthquake and volcanic activity. Notice that the stars are falling, the moon is becoming blood and the sun is turning into darkness as the prophecy of Joel foretold (see Joel 2:28-32). Another fire is falling upon the animals. This is the Holy Spirit's fire of holiness. For some animals like the dog and the pig there will be nothing left after the fire. However, the other animals are singing a song of praise to the Lord as the fire consumes their impurities. The humble lamb at the bottom of the painting lives in the cleansing presence of God. The small goat was added to challenge the viewer with a look that says, “What about you?”.
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