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A Light in the Storm
“I am the Light of the World” ~ John 8:12
A Light in the Storm is a visual analogy to Jesus’ proclamation. Who has not experienced a time when the troubles and sorrows of life seemed as overwhelming and inescapable as this brooding cloud and its angry sea? And yet, the message of A Light in the Storm is entirely different, and rich in consolation. Storm clouds blow away; but the rock of the faith endures. And the light of truth, symbolized by the secure lighthouse tower with its penetrating beam, is a certain guide.
- A Light in the Storm is the second painting in Thomas Kinkade’s series, Seaside Memories.
- A Light in the Storm is a visual analogy of John 8:12 where Jesus said “I am the Light of the World.”
- The lighthouse is a symbol of the light of truth and with its penetrating beam, it is a certain guide.
|Title||A Light in the Storm|
|Collection||Seaside Memories II|
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