You know, I hate it when people read over my shoulder while I’m studying. Even when it’s Jesus. Or maybe, especially when it’s Jesus.
Really, the whole web site is focused around two pages (one and two) of bizarre images of Jesus peering over people as they go about their professions. Oddly, this trucker seems a bit perturbed by Jesus’ embrace. And I’d be a bit worried about Jesus contaminating the sterile field, if I were a surgeon.
Oh, but don’t miss the story of how these images came to be:
The enclosed images are from 11×14 pencil drawings that are the result of an undertaking that began on Thanksgiving Day, 1987. I was awakened in the middle of the night with a clear, vivid impression that the Lord wanted me to do some special drawings — drawings depicting ordinary people in their everyday environment . . . . with one important addition: the presence of Jesus Christ and His involvement in those routine activities.
It was also clear that the task would be allotted ten years to produce results — an important consideration, considering the fact that I had never drawn anything before, had no training in drawing, and had never really been interested in drawing.
Truly, I’m speechless.