When I was in tenth grade my art class took a field trip to Denver to see student art work selected for display at the May D&F Department store. Afterward, we visited the Denver Art Museum, the largest of its kind between the West Coast and Chicago.
I was awestruck by the distinctive masterpieces in each exhibit, and noticed the artist's signatures, as unique and diverse as their paintings.
Impressed by what I saw, I imagined what it might be like to travel globally to personally view the most famous masterpieces—Da Vinci's Mona Lisa at The Louvre, or The Last Supper, housed at the Convent of Santa Maria delle Grazie in Milan. Many others would await.
Then, most certainly not to be missed, would be the world renowned work of Michelangelo, particularly scenes from The Creation of Adam painted on the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel in Rome.
My imagination touched back to reality as we boarded the bus to go home. I thought of the magnificent paintings I had seen. Staring out of the window, I watched as a pearlescent sunset illuminated the horizon, brilliant hues of blue, coral, and rose-colored clouds dispersed in swirling wisps across the sky. Then, an opening in the clouds spread diamond-bright beams of light onto the landscape.
The Master Artist, God Himself, at work, His glory was exemplified in one grand "signature" that spread across the sky. There was nothing on the earthly realm that could ever compare.
God's Omnipotence and Power is revealed in His Name: the "Alpha and the Omega" (Revelation 22: 13), the Word (John 1:1), and "I Am" (Exodus 3:14).
God's Handiwork is revealed throughout His Creation. The Master's Signature touches all that He has made—and that includes you and me!
Isaiah 52:6, "My people will know My name; therefore in that day they will know that it is I who foretold it."
*According to Wikipedia, the "I Am" reference appears in the Bible more than 300 times.
The Hebrew word, "Ehyeh," translates to "I Am."
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