Divine Knowledge

The following image and interpretation were produced by eleven year old Akiane Kramarik.

...Only from the deep coal tunnels White diamonds come. But only by the light They are recognized...

This is the painting about search for divine knowledge…

The young sculptor represents our civilization mostly ruled by the male. His youth shows that our civilization is still immature. The sculptor is chiseling a huge heap of coal in order to find the diamond representing divine knowledge.

The sculptor ignores the pain, strain, hardship and temptation of everything surrounding him. All he focuses on is on finding this particular diamond, and he knows that if he chisels long enough through the black coal layers, representing human knowledge, he will finally see the diamond of the Supreme Knowledge.

In the background of a cave the contrast of ice and hot rocks represent the world of contrasts we live in.

The melted ice that formed a narrow stream flowing through, symbolizes humanity's thirst for knowledge that can be quenched only by the light of love.

You achieve a finish line, but realize that each step and each stroke to get there was in error.

Any great power that cannot define its strength coming from the right source is not that great, mature or just.

Our human strength has also unlimited weaknesses.

The world has too much of its own knowledge to acknowledge divine wisdom, just like hues trying to escape the royalty of the colors.

To learn what is divinely forbidden stunts growth.

We require signs from wisdom but end up holding them ourselves.

Let us agree that eleven year old girls do not produce works like this without direct influence and inspiration of God. Akiane's works are a modern miracle.  May we continue to be blessed by the Holy Spirit of the Living God - Jesus Christ.  Amen.

Follow these links to learn more of the living miracle Akiane:

Akiane's first painting of Jesus Christ:

Akiane's Gallery: http://www.akiane.com/store/

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