New artwork: Prodigal Son.
New artwork: Mine Angels Round About You.
New artwork: Light of Truth and Love.
New artwork: Families Can Be Together Forever.
Another new painting based on a hymn: When Our Heavenly Parents We Meet.
A reference to Francis Webster’s testimony about his experience in the Martin Handcart Company (as quoted in Gerald Lund’s book Divine Signatures, p. 90–91):
I have pulled my handcart when I was so weak and weary from illness and lack of food that I could hardly put one foot ahead of the other. I have looked ahead and seen a patch of sand or a hill slope and I have said, I can go only that far and there I must give up, for I cannot pull the load through it… I have gone on to that sand and when I reached it, the cart began pushing me. I have looked back many times to see who was pushing my cart, but my eyes saw no one. And I knew then that the angels of God were there.
The two triangles represent Heavenly Father (left) and Heavenly Mother (right). The brown circle represents the earth, and the smaller triangles represent us, their children.
A reference to Matthew 20:19. The light circles represent the stone in front of the tomb, and the dark rectangle represents the empty tomb.
A reference to Acts 10:34–35, and a denunciation of racism in any form. The systemic racism has got to go. The police brutality, too.
A reference to Job 19:26. The red triangle at left represents the mortal body. The white and grey triangles represent the separated spirit and body after death. The red and yellow triangle at right represents the resurrected body in the presence of God. The other two triangles are decorative.