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Last Supper of a Blessed Nation - 30x45 Giclee Canvas Print, Limited Edition Signed (200)

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    Last Supper of a Blessed Nation

    by Jon McNaughton

    Two millennia ago, Jesus Christ gathered the Apostles for His Last Supper to offer them a New Covenant, to bring His Gospel and Light to a world that desperately needed it.

    In my painting I used the “Da Vinci - Last Supper” to represent the Covenant our Lord has made with the people of this land. Christ lays His hand upon the hourglass of time and sits in judgement upon this nation.

    Twelve Presidents represent the rise and fall of American culture, the great demise of our nation’s honor and virtue, as this country’s destiny is laid in the balance. On the table are laid various symbols that describe what is, what was, and what shall be. Each American President has a story to tell, a truth to be revealed, and has played a part in our country’s blessing or destruction.

    Today, America is divided and broken, both politically, and spiritually. What will be the fate of our generation? Consider your place at the table and discover the deeper meaning within the painting “Last Supper of a Blessed Nation.”

    Figures from left to right: Abraham Lincoln, John F. Kennedy, Donald Trump, Barack Obama, Joe Biden, James Madison, Jesus Christ, Thomas Jefferson, George Washington, Ronald Reagan, George W. Bush, Bill Clinton, Franklin D. Roosevelt

    Table from left to right: chains of slavery, three gold coins, scale weighing the heart against a feather, spilled wine, US Constitution, hourglass, court gavel, Holy Bible, keys, American Flag, silver platter of money, weapons, hand mirror

    Scripture noted on wall behind Christ:

    Psalm 33:12: “Blessed is the nation whose God is the Lord.”

    2 Chronicles 7:14: “If my people, which are called by my name, shall humble themselves, and pray, and seek my face, and turn from their wicked ways; then will I hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin, and will heal their land.”

    Latin words on front monument: AD FINEM TEMPORUM (To the End of Time)

    Tapestries on walls left to right:

    1.   “Out of Many, One”, Ben Franklin Design

    2.   “United States Seal”, E Pluribus Unum (Out of many, one) over head is a glory with 13 stars, eagle’s head turned toward an olive branch for its preference for peace, arrow of war in its other tallon.

    3.   South Carolinian flag during Revolutionary War. A golden sheaf on a blue field surrounded by 13 silver stars.

    4.   1775 An Appeal to Heaven

    5.   Bundle of Arrows, united colonies seal.

    6.   Seal created by Ben Franklin in 1775, “No one will provoke me.”

    Triumphant arch, to hail the return of the King of Heaven