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The Creator of Heaven and Earth has a name: Yahweh. He does not share his glory with other beings and will not allow idols to be worshipped forever. (Isaiah 42:8)
Yahweh’s Son is Jesus Messiah; Mankind’s Savior. God’s deepest passion is for all creation to be united in love and singing his praises. (John 17:23)
Jesus is the image of God through whom all creation was born, and his mission is to reconcile everyone to God through his peacemaking blood sacrifice upon the cross. (Colossians 1:15-20)
In the master art, we see a prophetic vision of the spiritual war waging during the Babylon Tower building project of an ancient generation. After the Flood, mankind again increased upon the earth and decided to gather all together in one place to create a one-world society; a direct rebellion against Yahweh’s creation commands to “be fruitful and multiply; fill the earth and subdue it.” (Genesis 1:28)
In Hell, the Dragon (Satan) is holding a sword illustrating this tower he seduced mankind to build for his glory. The colorful stones in his wings are Satan’s vision to have all mankind as his worshippers and servants in a kingdom of deception and rebellion.
The heavenly hands, the Man of Sorrows King, and the dove & fire illustrate God the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit witnessing this sinful society emerge and deciding to put a stop to their plans. Jesus, the Word of God, has cut Satan’s sword in half illustrating God’s victory over Satan’s master plan to build a kingdom for himself on earth.
The colorful waves moving away from the tower into the distance illustrate the new tribes of people who spoke different languages leaving this city to start new settlements scattered across the earth.
The twelve stars in the sky illustrate Yahweh’s future plan to covenant with Abraham and set apart the twelve tribes of Israel to one day bring forth Jesus Christ as a baby born to an Anointed Virgin. This Suffering Servant would die for mankind’s wickedness, rescue all nations, and deliver them into an eternal heavenly kingdom.
Babylon Tower City Story Sketches
Sketch #1: City & cloud > This sketch is the story logo. This story is about an ancient civilization that tried to build a tower to reach the sky and flourish without God.
Sketch #2: Tent > This sketch illustrates the first part of the story where all mankind gathered together in one part of the world to build a massive city for one society.
Sketch #3: Man holds crown > This sketch illustrates the second part of the story where God saw man’s idolatry to worship himself and walk in his own authority.
Sketch #4: Woman speaks > This sketch illustrates the third part of the story where God confused mankind by creating many tongues so they could not unite against him.
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