Each lesson includes a video and blog post, which combines a devotional (aka Bible study) with a creative tutorial. They center around a particular section of scripture, finishing with a challenge for you to join me creating on/about that same section of scripture and to then share the experience with our growing and very lovely community. Start today and come on a life changing journey! Christian Art Print
Each series comes with its own creative and spiritual focus. They were designed to be as useful today, as the day they were first shared. There is no wrong place, or time to start. We have a supportive, large community and lots of people are regularly joining so you’re not alone. I recommend you participate in each Bible Art Journaling Challenge, in the order you see outlined below, to get the maximum benefit from this experience. Bible Art

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That said, it is important to define beauty. Art that is created to shock or horrify, or to glorify or elicit sin (violence, lust, greed) cannot be called “beautiful.” It is still “art” but not art that glorifies God. Art that glorifies God must have the same two properties as the designs created in Exodus 31. First, it must be “artistic”; that is, it must be creative, well executed (a good representation of the object) and well crafted (well made). It must have worth as an object of value. Second, it should be something of which the artist can say, “God put it in my heart to make this.” Christian Art Print

Then God said, “Let us make man in our image, after our likeness. And let them have dominion over the fish of the sea and over the birds of the heavens and over the livestock and over all the earth and over every creeping thing that creeps on the earth.” So God created man in his own image, in the image of God he created him; male and female he created them. Christian Art Print
Bible art is also a deeply religious type of art. It contains the main basis of the Christian theme. This category includes pictures or paintings of themes surrounding the bible and Christianity. Some of the art pieces include pictures and paintings of the bible. If you like to get your inspiration and life teachings from the bible then this is the perfect kind of art for you. There are many varieties you can choose from. If you like the raw copies of the bible, then you could have images of some of the original handwritten bible chapters such as psalms. If you love captions you can have an image on your picture or painting with a caption below it. Another favorite in this category is the Lord’s Prayer in Latin. This is one of the most beautiful art pieces in this category. If you are Christian and you believe in the bible this is one of the most fulfilling types of art you can ever get. Hanging one of this in your space is like a reaffirmation of your faith. Bible Christian Image

There are literally millions of ways artists can depict God's glory. Their creativity and the skill that God has placed in their hearts and hands will guide them to create art that will help us transcend the ugliness and pollution of this world. Artists, musicians, authors, and all who have this common mission are a special and valuable part of God’s kingdom. Bible Art
God will not put in an artist’s heart to make things that will elicit sinful responses in others (Mark 9:42). He will not lead a person to create that which contradicts His nature. Artisans who create idols may be skillful (Isaiah 40:19), but they’re using their skill to pervert God’s glory, not honor it. This doesn’t mean that all art has to be like the Sistine Chapel, however, or that it can only depict biblical subjects like Jesus on the cross or the disciples in a boat. God dwells in “the perfection of beauty” (Psalm 50:2), and His holiness is beautiful (1 Chronicles 16:29 and Psalm 29:2). In creating God-glorifying art, the artist’s goal should be to lift the soul of man towards heaven and to illumine in new ways the multi-faceted beauty of God’s holiness, power, and grace. Goodnews Art
See what kind of love the Father has given to us, that we should be called children of God; and so we are. The reason why the world does not know us is that it did not know him. Beloved, we are God's children now, and what we will be has not yet appeared; but we know that when he appears we shall be like him, because we shall see him as he is. And everyone who thus hopes in him purifies himself as he is pure. Christian Art Print
Each lesson includes a video and blog post, which combines a devotional (aka Bible study) with a creative tutorial. They center around a particular section of scripture, finishing with a challenge for you to join me creating on/about that same section of scripture and to then share the experience with our growing and very lovely community. Start today and come on a life changing journey!
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Answer: The first mention of art in the Bible is in Exodus 31. God is instructing Moses to create a tent for the ark of the covenant, and God mentions several artisans whom He has chosen to create “artistic designs” to beautify the tent. God says, “In the hearts of all who are skillful I have put skill.” We learn two things about God’s view of art in this passage: He likes it, and He is the source of it. He wants man to create beautiful things, and their skill in doing so is from Him. Christian Art Print
God will not put in an artist’s heart to make things that will elicit sinful responses in others (Mark 9:42). He will not lead a person to create that which contradicts His nature. Artisans who create idols may be skillful (Isaiah 40:19), but they’re using their skill to pervert God’s glory, not honor it. This doesn’t mean that all art has to be like the Sistine Chapel, however, or that it can only depict biblical subjects like Jesus on the cross or the disciples in a boat. God dwells in “the perfection of beauty” (Psalm 50:2), and His holiness is beautiful (1 Chronicles 16:29 and Psalm 29:2). In creating God-glorifying art, the artist’s goal should be to lift the soul of man towards heaven and to illumine in new ways the multi-faceted beauty of God’s holiness, power, and grace. Christian Art Print
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