Religious Paintings — Figurative Art | Dramatic Realist Artist Eric Armusik
Religious paintings and Catholic art commissions by the contemporary master of liturgical painting, Eric Armusik. Original oil paintings and figurative drawings available for sale or commission. Eric is one of today’s prominent Catholic artists and paints for churches and cathedrals as well as private commissions for priests and clergy members.
Lord, please release my son from the angers that dwell inside of him. Father, take him in your hands and guide him to better choices, for a life without the need for drugs or alcohol. That the trouble that he is now facing, is left behind him.Give him the courage and the faith to believe in himself,& realize how much he is loved & cherished. Father, hear my prayers for him and all others that are living the same kind of life. Heal them Lord, let them rejoice in a life of self respect love
When Jesus taught in Capernaum, some men wanted Him to heal their paralytic friend. Being crowded, they climbed on the roof, and lowered the friend's bed before Christ. Seeing their faith, Jesus forgave the man's sins. The Pharisees and scribes then thought He blasphemed, since only God can forgive sins. Sensing their thoughts, Jesus replied "Why are you reasoning in your hearts? Which is easier, to say, 'Your sins are forgiven you,' or to say, 'Rise up and walk?" The man was immediately…
Traditional Catholic View of Movie “Despicable Me” and Satan and His Minions.
Today I was asking the children in catechism classes about "Minions". Most of them have seen the movie "Despicable Me, Minion Mayhem". This promotion poster says: "When the World Needed a Hero, They Called a Villain." I have always heard about the saying from the Bible; "the devil and his minions". So when, at another earlier event, some children asked me if "minions" were bad, I assumed they were talking about the devils helpers. But no, they were talking about the little yellow minions…
John 2: 1-12 Water to Wine by Morgan Weistling “Imagine the sense of awe at being present at one of Jesus’ miracles! The transformation of water into wine by Christ is the first miracle in the Gospel of John, revealing his glory to his disciples. When wine ran out at a wedding, Christ asked the urns to be filled with water, which then became the very finest wine. The Biblical story also can be read as a metaphor for the blessing of Christ’s arrival and for his teachings.”