Selah Gallery

You are the light of the world

You are the Light of the world. The following are the verses that inspired and informed this visual.My(your) lamp which you will see in the mid lower section of the visual represents my(your) light which is basically shining Bright because of the Holy Spirit (the 3 paisleys -sign of life) and whatever way we shine … Continue reading You are the light of the world

Color and Pray

Here is a doodle that was birthed as a prayer over India. The peacock is India's national bird. Peacock motifs are widespread in Indian temple architecture, old coinage, textiles and continue to be used in many modern items of art and utility. (Nair, P. Thankappan (1974). "The Peacock Cult in Asia" (PDF). Asian Folklore Studies. … Continue reading Color and Pray

..according to God’s Steadfast love

I recently visited Chennai, India the land where I grew up. One evening while sharing dinner with some friends we laughed over our goofiness and gave thanks to our God for His faithfulness. That day I had been contemplating over Psalm 51: Have mercy on me O God according to your steadfast love, according to … Continue reading ..according to God’s Steadfast love

The estuary

Estuary, the place where the river meets the sea. The river waters entering the sea through riverlets forms small islands between its streams before flowing into the sea. These marsh lands are fertile grounds for diverse trees that bear fruit and are lush with life. The river water mixes with the sea water and creates … Continue reading The estuary

start the conversation

Every lent we sow a seed. The seed is observed through a glass jar. Each child gets to pick her own seed and care for it, that usually means enough sunlight and water. For this experiment we use paper towels or cotton instead of soil. We watch the seed every day and make observations. Every … Continue reading start the conversation

St Patrick’s day

St. Patrick was English. Abducted by the Irish, he was then thrown into slavery, escaped, entered the priesthood and felt called to go back to the very people that wronged him. He went back and spread the Christian faith of forgiveness, grace, and Trinity. It seems he has been adopted by the Irish through living … Continue reading St Patrick’s day

reflection

John 5: 19 - 21 "Truly, truly, I say to you, the Son can do nothing of Himself, unless it is something He sees the Father doing; for whatever the Father does, these things the Son also does in like manner. 20"For the Father loves the Son, and shows Him all things that He Himself … Continue reading reflection

Happy pongal! South India celebrates a harvest festival every January.The festival includes celebrations and prayers. I thank my Almighty God for His hand of provision. I am in awe of my Creator God who made the sun to help the crops grow, the maker of the animals who helped in the farming process and provides … Continue reading