Throughout history and scattered all over the globe, we have seen many “physical manifestations” of God leading the headlines. Thousands flock to see the face of the Virgin Mary in a tortilla, an image of Jesus in the clouds and so on and so forth. But these manifestations vanish as quickly as they appear as they are fleeting images that fade away and are eventually a forgotten piece of history.Today we have an artist claiming to have a lasting, tangible manifestation of God with a message for all of humanity hidden and scattered inside an abstract painting that she now refers to as “The Revelation.” The message, in its simplest form, is to bring people to Jesus Christ before it’s too late.
Today’s skeptics would dismiss this notion in a heartbeat but there are several aspects to consider that make this painting incredibly unbelievable and unforgettable, yet very credible.
First, the hidden images that are embedded throughout the painting can only be seen from certain angles and only in certain lighting, overcast being the optimal viewing choice. In fact, when looking at the two views side by side it is difficult to fathom that they are one and the same painting. “The Revelation” view is reminiscent of a stained glass window in a historic cathedral; whereas, the head-on view resembles a leaf or an eye. Second, there is not just one image in this painting that would warrant the claim of a “physical manifestation.” There are many images that are dispersed throughout the painting that appear to transform when viewed from different positions. Yes, the painting is also multidimensional. Images of Jesus carrying people, God’s face in the clouds, the Holy Spirit and a protective hand keeping evil spirits away are just some of the images that can be seen from one dimension. From another slant, a frightening image of a beast (representative of Satan) devouring a human head suddenly appears with an overarching angel and blood stained sickle. The artist claims that God spoke to her and explained the meaning of each of these images and views. In a YouTube video she explains each of the images as related to different events written of in the New Testament. Her story of “The Revelation” painting starts with the Crucifixion of Christ to the Ascension to the Rapture to the Tribulation and finally ends with the Harvest of the world.
If this wasn’t enough persuasive evidence, there is also an inscription in the face of Jesus. The letters PS 512 are written vertically in the “crucified” image of Christ. According to the artist, this represents Psalm 51:2 which states “Wash away all my iniquity and cleanse me from my sins.” This is the heart of God’s message in “The Revelation,” the call to come to Christ for salvation.
The detail and imagery of “The Revelation” are astonishing and compelling. The transformation is extraordinary. If this is indeed a message from God almighty, it begs the question of why now and what is to come.