I have exhibited at a number of galleries with success, and I also have gained many qualifications in many subjects. These days most of my time I spend reflecting back of the studies of the King James Bible and its translation into Hebrew. I find it important nowadays to dedicate all my works to the Holy scriptures, please read the following statement and I hope you will see words of encouragment within my works.
These past several years I have studied the king James Bible and the translation, the words to Hebrew. Though it caused much weariness of the flesh my heart was moved. I feel it's important to love the Lord thy God with all thy heart and soul, and important to accept Jesus, the son of man, born out of flesh, but is no longer so. The same son of man has been transformed into incorruptible spirit, and as spirit (not as flesh) is where he was before, between two living manifistations was death-state the flesh and spirit. The effluent spirit forsook Jesus when exclaimed upon the cross "My El, My El, why has though forsaken me?" I began to paint these pictures with thoughts of the son power therefore being the father power that one is the great power of the mathmatical universe. The spirit no longer rested upon Cherub yet that Cherub continued to love as other men. Jesus had all the constitutions of the Cherub, the appearance of the father power, the ox, from the tribe of Ephraim, Damascus gate and North, steadfast in faith, the Eagle , the tibe of Dan, the judge and North all seeing, all knowing (Prophecy) Reuben a man (behold a son, East) Judah, a lion king of beasts to fear not. My latest works , namely "fear not" I hoped to create thoughts reflecting back to Psalm 38 In the tomb of Joseph of Aramathea, that his body was in a condition predicted in this Psalm and that the flesh must be born again Psalm 40 and in Hebrews 10:5 God sent forth his spirit healed his soul, his soul that of evil disease. God made Jesus one in nature with himself, the spirit son of the eternal spirit, equal in power and glory to God. Thus the father power is one, the son power is the father power in plural manifistation.