Carpe Diem (seize the day–while it lasts!)

Artist: Larry James
Year: 2013
Title: Carpe Diem
Media: Collage consisting of acrylic paint, laminates, textured paper, a brilliant streak of madness, glitter, etc

Synopsis: Man, created in the image of God, sinned against his Maker by eating the forbidden fruit. All of God’s plan to redeem mankind from the scourge of sin pointed to Christ Jesus and his complete work of salvation through His crucifixion, death and resurrection. Man, on the whole, has however rejected the Messiah which is altogether antichrist¾captured by the peace symbol of the 1970’s. So ‘carpe Diem’ or seize the day¾while it lasts! Should one convey a literal approach to eschatology, the day is coming when the Lord will unleash His judgments upon an unsuspecting world enmeshed in sin. The four horsemen with Hades in tow shall sift a generation that will eventually ‘separate the sheep from the goats.’ Why the Maserati logo hints at the fact that the end times shall witness a revived Roman empire. There will be blood and some will burn!

Descend ye horses from heaven’s gate and sift the world asunder till Armageddon’s wake! ~ L.J

(Synopsis in a nutshell: Seize the day–while it lasts! Recommended Reading: Genesis 3; Revelation 6-13; Matthew 24; 16:26; Daniel 7-12; Proverbs 6:6; [Carpe diem is a phrase from a Latin poem by Quintus Horatius Flaccus (65 BC – 8 BC), more widely known as Horace, that has become an aphorism. It is popularly translated as “seize the day”.])


2 thoughts on “Carpe Diem (seize the day–while it lasts!)

  1. Francis lau

    Hi Larry good to see you here. How hv you been?
    I read your comments on one of the sites
    about prosperity gospel and some of what you
    said resonated with me. Been searching for the
    truth as well and the Lord has opened my eyes to doctrinal falsities. Been wanting to get in touch with you. You could write to me to catch up. Cheers

    1. LJ STEWARD Post author

      Thanks bro, the road is long. John Bunyan has some excellent allegory in his masterpiece the Pilgrim’s Progress but The Hollies sang it better — He aint heavy, he’s my brother.’


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