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Sharin the Light


"Sharin’ The Light"
By Jack E. Dawson



       Inspired by the testimony of a cowboy who led his friend to the Lord around a campfire, "Sharin’ the Light" portrays the choice each of us must make. God’s love sent His Son into the world. Until we accept Him, we live in darkness and death, represented by the man on the left. His Bible is closed. His coffee is cold. His hat and horse are dark. The face of death in his blanket roll; his rope and gun; and the snake and dead bushes contrast with the symbols of life on the right, where the Light of Life reflects on the cowboy’s gentle face. His hat and horse are bright. His Bible is open. His coffee is steaming. The plants are alive and blooming. And his guitar waits to sound praises to his Savior. Although his horse is not tied, the bit remains as a reminder that this world is not yet perfect. The Greek symbol on the chaps is Alpha and Omega, Beginning and End – testifying that Jesus is the Creator and Sustainer of life. The campfire illustrates the salvation and forgiveness found in His cross as it rises in the smoke. In the rocks a manger testifies of Christ’s birth. The crosses and crown of thorns signify his suffering and death, but the empty tomb declares his victorious resurrection for us, "…that you may proclaim the praises of Him who called you out of darkness into His marvelous light…" 1 Peter 2:9

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