SEAL 1–Come! Rider on the White Horse with a Bow…Revelation 6: 1-2
SEAL 2–Come! Rider on the Red Horse with a Sword…Revelation 6: 3-4
SEAL 3–Go! Rider on the Black Horse with Scales…Revelation 6: 5-6
SEAL 4–Go! Rider on the Pale Horse with Death and Hades…Revelation 6: 7-8
SEAL 5–The Souls under the Altar Asking If It’s Time…Revelation 6: 9-11
SEAL 6–The Great Earthquake and the Sky Recedes like a Scroll…Revelation 6: 12-17
SEAL 7–Silence in Heaven for Half an Hour… Revelation 8: 1
The Seven Churches has seven of her vivid visual metaphors with her elaborate explanations derived from the scriptures of the Book of Revelation and provides insight as to what and why the artist included these contemporary ideas in her interpretation that all come from her diligent study of the entire Bible.
[Painting: Seven Seals form a Disintegrated Star of David Formation to depict Israel back in the scene.]
These first seven judgments are the breaking of the Seals as the world enters in a new era, revealing the preliminary labor pains of “The Day of the Lord.” The Star of David was the appropriate reference for the overall shape of this set since the time of the Gentiles is fulfilled and Israel’s part is back on the scene. The first four paintings are the familiar “Four Horsemen.” Rather than focusing on the horses, I focused on the props that the men were carrying as they were beckoned to go over all the earth with their judgments.
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