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Friendship with God     Brie Dodson, Curator           presented June 16, 2006



The Name of the Lord is a Strong Tower
by Veryle Lynn Cox
(Oil and gold leaf, 2002, 36" x 26")

Church of the Transfiguration - Bat Cave, NC


Proverbs 18:10
Musty, dusty, littered with ladybugs, the dark corners and brilliant light of the bell tower at the Church of the Transfiguration, Bat Cave, North Carolina both hide and reveal images of God’s love and growth.
Untwist the rope reaching up three stories to the bell—three strands working together as one. The Trinity is One God. Hopeful new growth fingers of rhododendron reach upwards to the Light. Travel through the trap door of this earthly life. Tread the ladder carefully. Seek His sustenance from the chalice on the steps, where gold leaf and vermilion dots of holiness bubble towards the Light.
Know that as we travel this tower of our earthly existence, we will not be alone. God will help us up the stairs.
Proverbs 18:10 is written on the edge of the frame.


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