These offset prints are from the 80's and 90's from very large pencil drawings.
Isaiah 52 says "Awake! Awake! Clothe yourself in your strength O Zion." The wall of Jerusalem is draped with the prayer shawl; prayer is Zion's strength- the tower of David can be seen; this is Yeshua.
Sh'mor means observe or "do" judaism; Zakor means to remember or be reminded. When we do the Sabbath or Shabbat; we are acting out a Picture of the Kingdom.
Exhuberant dancers praise God - Yah. The fringes represent the maleness of God and the ribbons represent the femaleness of God. Both were made in God's image and likeness.
From Psalm 3:3. The shield in Hebrew is "magen" a small round shield; not much protection. What if it goes around us like a surround? And around that angels; and around that, the wings of God.
1 Peter 2 says that we are Living stones built together into a Temple of God. Each person has a gift, a job; a giver, a warrior; a praiser; a studier; an oil bearer.
At the bottom, Joshua helps carry the fruit from the land of Israel; he is frightened. "Chazak v'amatz" appears "be strong and courageous". The divided land on the right and on the top he is old and strong and brave.
In the Kingdom or "Last Day" all the nations will flow to Jerusalem to the Temple to see the King and to be taught of God.
John 1:14 says that the "Word" or Word of God became a human being -- a Jew. The Old Testament or "Tenakh" was the only Word of God at the time. It was that which became a man. The scrolls with prophesies in Hebrew become skin, muscle and bone.
At the bottom a man is constrained by ropes among dead tree branches. Above a man and woman dance together; a living tree flourishing, the sap flowing through their veins. Shackles shatter around them.
When Elijah was taken up in a whirlwind to heaven (2 Kings 2) he was taken by the "merkevah' or chariot of God. It appeared as horses and a chariot of fire. It was the very presence of God's Spirit - seen in Ezekiel 1 as the "Keruvim" .
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