Thursday, January 15, 2009


The Painter, who embodies creative and artistic ability, paints the portrait of his beloved.

And yet, it is more than just a painting of a young beautiful woman; it is the study of who she is, how she feels, what she thinks, what motivates her, or even how she motivates others who take notice.

The Painter studies his subject with intense desire, as to know every detail in order to properly uphold her true beauty.

Then finally, the moment of truth has come, the portrait is complete, revealing all as she receives Him, and He her. They are espoused, holding one another. Ladies and gentlemen, God has done another miracle.

And in their intimacy, all is released and open, discovering each others sense of humor (that most inward part of our thoughts that privately make us laugh), leaving the feeling of being completely unashamed, whole, and strengthened by each others love to face the world head-on, hand-in-hand, side by side.

Life accerlerates, and the beginning has ultimately begun--bringing glory to our wonderful creator.

1 comment:

  1. The painter who paints the portrait of his beloved must look in to a reflective pool of desire in order to capture his muse. What is her name Calliope, Clio, Erato, Euterpe, Melpomene, Polyhymnia, Terpsichore, Thalia, or Urania. All of the above are responsible for epic poetry.

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