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Who is the Dragon? His name is “Lucifer,” which means “Morning Star” (Isaiah 14:12). Jesus called him “Satan,” which means “Enemy” (Luke 10:18). He is the Devil, and he saw Yahweh’s glory and decided to make himself equal with his Creator (Isaiah 14:13-14). The Dragon and his army waged war against Yahweh to overthrow His kingdom, lost, and was thrown to the earth (Revelation 12:7-9).
The master icon captures the event of the Cursed Dragon’s Fall. Yahweh is on Heaven’s throne shedding many tears illustrating His brokenness and pain at His creation’s rebellion (Ezekiel 28:12). The dark mountain, the colorful stones of fire, and the storm illustrate Yahweh removing Lucifer from his honored place of leadership in heaven (Ezekiel 28:16). The colorful jewels falling off of the Dragon illustrate the corruption of his beauty (Ezekiel 28:13). The Dragon clutches a sword pointed towards God illustrating the wickedness and violence Yahweh found in Satan’s heart (Ezekiel 28:15-16).
The source of the Dragon’s pride and rebellion was his master craftsmanship of trade between kings and kingdoms leading to great wealth and vast treasuries (Ezekiel 28:4-5). The trader’s ship, the king, and the castle with a bag of gold locked behind its gates illustrate Yahweh’s judgment to curse the Dragon and make his fall an international spectacle; many kings and kingdoms were eyewitnesses of his fall from divine glory to defiled ruins (Ezekiel 28:17-19). The blood red waters and the lake of fire under the sea illustrate the different spiritual and physical realms involved in this story: the spiritual realm of heaven (28:13), the physical realm of earth (28:17), and the Pit, the Lake of Fire in the heart of the sea (28:8).
Jesus has the Holy Spirit (dove & fire) upon Him as a witness of this event (Luke 10:18). He stands between Satan and the Tree of the Knowledge of Good and Evil illustrating how Jesus is now the “Bright Morning Star” who perfectly obeys His Father Yahweh and whose heart remains pure and wise, untainted by pride and perfectly obedient to Yahweh’s sovereign will and plan (Revelation 22:16-17).
Cursed Dragon’s Fall story sketches
Sketch #1: Snake & pit – This sketch is the story logo. Let me tell you a heartbreaking story about how God’s greatest and most beautiful creation rebelled against Him.
Sketch #2: Warrior angel – This sketch illustrates the first part of the story where Yahweh created the most beautiful angel named “Morning Star” and gave him great power.
Sketch #3: Throne & crown – This sketch illustrates the second part of the story where the Dragon became very wealthy, lusted after Yahweh’s glory, and rebelled.
Sketch #4: Fire under water – This sketch illustrates the third part of the story where God threw the Dragon out of heaven and into the Lake of Fire in the heart of the sea.
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