1.17.2014

January 17,18th Facebook Special

Until tomorrow, you can receive any of these four framed prints at HALF MY REGULAR PRICE and have FREE SHIPPING.  I only advertise this to my Facebook followers and I will personally sign each one.   I try to make different images available each week as I build up inventory and I find that not everyone can afford the larger custom framed pieces, so these "specials" are usually very popular.  Feel free to ask me questions here on my blog and again, thank you for your interest in my work.

Here are the four framed images available this week:


http://www.jonmcnaughton.com/demise-of-america-facebook-special-p13/

http://www.jonmcnaughton.com/the-arrival-facebook-special-p13/

http://www.jonmcnaughton.com/loving-savior-facebook-special-p13/

103 comments:

  1. Evil comes and goes, is never the same face or form, so that's why the Obama "The demise of America" is not relevant in the long term. "The arrival" is the destination, not the Journey, we like to get there, just not yet. "Loving Savior" reflects serenity and peace, is what we look for in our times of need. But My favorite is "Ye Are Not Forgotten" give me hope and certainty during this trying times. It reminds me that no matter how many Obamas comes our way, we still have the protection of our Lord, what he is keeping is not our physical but spiritual safety, is what he embraces on this paintintg. Absolut safety for our soul here and after our deaths.

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  2. My favorite of the four is "The Arrival," because it reminds me of my mother, who passed away two years ago. I still miss her.

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    1. yes I agree with this, it reminds me of my mother also. What a wonderful greeting this lady has in the picture, makes me smile.

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  3. My favorite painting here is The Arrival - I can't imagine that day and look so forward to it! What a blessing and what a wonderful day to think about. I can't wait and the painting reminds me of what is ahead. Thanks so much, Jon.

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  4. Ye Are Not Forgotten would be my choice. Love that he is our loving Shepherd & will not let us be lost or forgotten.

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  5. My favorite is the first one. I love how Jesus is holding the little black lamb. To me it shows that Jesus loves every person no matter what. It also reminds me that if that little lamb were to get lost he would go find him no matter what. It is a beautiful painting.

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  6. My favorite is "Loving Savior." Through all of my trials, or downfalls, I know that my savior has remained patient and is always ready for me to go back to Him. I am happy to say I am on the right path now, but I also know that troubles always lie ahead in the right path. With Him as my guide, as my Shepherd, I know I can get through those trials. He patiently waits for me to follow Him.

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  7. My favorite is "Ye Are Not Forgotten" This picture is similar to one I grew up seeing in my church's nursery room as a toddler. The image has always stuck with me. He is our ultimate shepherd and will always care for us. All your paintings are amazing.

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  8. I truly love all your work but of these 4 I like "Loving Savior". Many people have let me down in life. Ones that were supposed to have your back, never did and would even be the ones to stab me in my back. I look to Christ our Savior for comfort as he has never abandoned me or let me down. I long for the day when I can once again live in his presence.

    God Bless you,

    Angelique Vantoux

    I recently purchased the "Ye Are Not Forgotten" from you and eagerly anticipate it's arrival. So excited to own one of your fabulous pieces of art.

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  9. #1 Ye are not forgotten. Have some "lost" grandchildren I would like to share this painting with. I continue to pray for them and this painting is my favorite.

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    1. I love "Ye Are Not Forgotten". My three daughters have walked away from our Lord and hence, my four grandchildren are "lost" as well. It breaks my heart that they are not being raised to love our Lord. I pray for all of my children and grandchildren, as well as other family members who are not saved. I pray this being seen on my wall would remind them that He loves them even when they are "lost". Thank you and God bless you.

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  10. my favorite is The Demise of America because it is where we stand right now and what is happening to America. Its takes a lot of words but only one picture to say it all

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  11. "Ye Are Not Forgotten" is my favorite among the four that are presented. Reason why A. I love your painting style..attention to detail and the emotion that comes from it. B. This particular painting shows the love the good Lord has for us all. Though we are all different, are all sinners and all have struggles, He's always there. His love is so strong and abundant that he's able to love all of us..all we need to do is come to him. Your paintings have strong emotion and meaning..like them all!

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  13. I hope this is where we are supposed to post what our favorite is of the four posted paintings. I really love all that you do, but today I pick the Arrival, This week we laid to rest my 56 year old friend. As our Priest said at her funeral she Lived the Gospel each and every day. This painting is a comforting image of Christ greeting those entering heaven. I picture Michelle having stood before Jesus this way this week.

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  14. I like them all, but my very favorite one is "Loving Savior". So much love and thoughtfulness in His expression! i KNOW hat I am on His mind! :)

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  15. I chose The Arrival....as I am getting on in years and am a chronic pain sufferer the thought of going Home is not something I fear in the least. I actually look forward to that day to be reunited with loved ones who have gone before. This painting depicts the scene exactly as I imagine it to be. I get such peach and comfort knowing that when God chooses this life to be over for me I will walk into the arms of Jesus. You do such a wonderful job of depicting things just as they really are....such insight.

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  16. My favorite of the 4 is Ye are not forgotten. God even loves the black sheep of his flock. It reminds me that he loves us all equally and forgives our mistakes when we come to him.
    I love ALL your paintings. Thank you for your God given talent and for sharing it with us.

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  17. I like "Ye are not forgotten" because it holds a double message. Firstly it sends a clear message that even if people think the Lord has forsaken them, He most surely hasn't and secondly, those who see themselves as "the black sheep", or are made to feel that way by family or others, Jesus can and does still love them, and they are surely not forgotten.

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  18. My favorite is "Ye are not forgotten". It reminds me of the Lord's amazing grace for those like myself, who have wandered away to go down our own selfish path, only to find out that it was leading us to a "dead" end. It illustrates that He never gives up on us, and will always forgive and welcome us back into His blessed herd when we come back to His loving arms.

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  19. I love all your paintings
    But my favorite out of these 4
    is "The Arrival" My mother taught me
    that this is the way you arrive in heaven.
    And this is the way I have always imagined it
    as I did for her when she passed in 86
    28 yrs and I miss her everyday.

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  20. I love the Loving Savior one. It is so great to know that there is one who looks at us and always smiles at us with true love I find it fantastic.

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  21. I love all of your work! Of the 4 I would have to pick "Loving Savior". He has guided me through my life. Even when I took my eyes off him, when I finally looked for him, he was there patiently waiting for me to guide me through the rest of my life.

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  22. "Ye are not forgotten". So true we are the lambs of God and if you've ever raised sheep and held a little lamb so close to your heart and feel their heartbeat, we are just that close to God. Plus the little black one is the one Jesus is holding. There's always that special one. Love our paintings, they say soooooo much more than just a picture.

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  23. I love "The Arrival" I've lost many loved ones and this makes me feel good about where they have gone :)

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  24. My Favorite is "Ye are not forgotten " I LOVE it because it shows our Jesus LOVES us ALL,Doesn't matter the color of our skin <3

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  25. I like all of them but of the four I would pick Ye Are Not Forgotten. It is comforting to know that our Savior is always mindful of us and there to help us when we need it.

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  26. I like "Ye Are Not Forgotten". I was considered the black sheep in my family yet I persevered and succeeded with God's help. It's a reminder to me that everyone is loved no matter the circumstances.

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  27. Ye Are Not Forgotten is my favorite.Though others have turned their back on me I know without a doubt that Jesus is always there when I need a someone to comfort me.

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  28. Such beautiful and poignant work! My favorite is Ye Are Not Forgotten. It seems to show that even if you are the so called "black sheep" who isn't quite as pure as snow as everyone else, Jesus still loves us and accepts us exactly as we are, that we truly have not been forgotten by our savior! What a wonderful representation of His love for us all!

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  29. Definitely the first one, "Ye Are Not Forgotten". I was trying to order it, but need an American address. We raise sheep and they have taught us some much. My husband has always felt like the black sheep of his family and I think this would mean so much to us to know that each lamb is valuable to Jesus, the Great Shepherd.

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  30. i have just recently found your site and seen some of your work and it is inspired

    i like that we are not alone even in the demise and sin all around us, we have a hope of His love but right now He is still watching and still waiting and there is still time to share in His love and to share His love...i like the "Loving Savior" if i had to show just one of your pieces i would choose this

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  31. John, I like "Loving Savior" the best of the four though they are all superb. I was in the Air Force (Special Ops) for over 30 years and I have some of your military-theme prints already and love them. The "Loving Savior" print reminds me of the time I held a friend in my arms as he was dying. He was mortally wounded fighting for our country and his last words to me were "I see him Chief. He's with me." I'll never forget those words or the peace a wild man like "Cowboy" had on his face during his last moments. Thanks for sharing your talent with the world my friend.

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    1. Thank you Danny for your service! I am sorry for the loss of your friend, but am honored that he, and you, were willing to die to protect not only my freedom, but the freedom of those who you disagree with, and those who are hostile to you! It takes a special person to do that!

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  32. Loving Savior is my favorite. When I first saw this painting it touched my heart. I have other depictions of Jesus that I like but this one instantly became one of my favorites. :-)

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  33. I love all your work, You put so much into each painting. The Nativity is on my list to purchase at some time in the future, but of the 4 beautiful paintings here, I think that Loving Savior would be a beautiful addition to my home.

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  34. I love all of your work; out of this collection I would pick Obama, the destruction of America because I think that's how he and his wife really feel.

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  35. With a 90 year old Mom and a 96 year old Father-In-Law, this painting, The Arrival, is so very touching and so very poignant for me. A phone call could happen at any time now to tell us of their "arrival". I do have my faith, but this painting certainly does reassure me of the next step in "life".

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  36. They are all so amazing & I could look at each one over & over & find new things to capture my attention. Thank You Abba for this wonderful gift You have given Jon! I like "Ye Are Not Forgotten" because I love the image of the caring attention Yeshua gives to His sheep - & how they love to be around Him!

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  37. Yow. Toss up, but I'll have to pick one. I choose Loving Savior.

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  38. While the first respondent is correct that evil comes and goes and always changes faces, I still vote for "The Demise of America" as my favorite. My reasons being, that if you don't learn from the evil of the past, then how can you avoid it in the future. This painting plays well off of the well known "Nero fiddled while Rome Burned". It is my hope that by studying the past and learning, from it we can change and shape the future for our children. As Mark Twain said " History does not repeat itself, but it rhymes" And the fall of a great nation is not a rhyme I want to hear, not when it comes to the United States!

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  39. Loving Savior...."And the greatest of these is LOVE"

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  40. I love them all, each one has so many special messages. Selecting one over the others would be like a Mother picking her favorite child.
    I however did buy "The Forgotten Man" that I love.

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  41. I enjoy all of your paintings with the intense detail & meanings behind the piece. My all time favorite is One Nation Under God which I have hanging in my living room. This country was founded by the Puritans that wanted to worship God in their own way instead of being told how to by the king. We Christians may not agree on doctrine but, we all share the love for our Creator & the love he has for us. Every time I see the picture & hear the phrase "One Nation Under God" it reminds me that this nation is a creation of God much like the Constitution that The Great I Am holds in his hand.

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  42. My favorite is Ye are Not Forgotten. I have a daughter that is away from the Lord and pray for her and know that God has not forgotten her and will bring her back.

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  43. I think all of the pictures are Awesome, but my favorite would have to be the "Loving Savior". When I get really down and don't think there is any hope I have found your website and seem to always go toward this picture. It has helped and saved me before.

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  44. My favorite is "Loving savior". His face is really kind, calm.

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  45. I love "The Arrival". To look upon that picture everyday would be a sweet and gentle reminder that if one is obedient to our heavenly Father's commandments we will be richly rewarded on Judgement day.

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  46. Ye Are Not Forgotten - just because

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  47. It is hard to pick a favorite as all of your prints are absolutely beautiful. But if I had to pick one, it would be The Arrival. That is the way we were brought up to imagine how heaven would be when we passed away, be young or old. That print would have to be the one that would bring hopes of the way it is and hope that all that went before me has had the chance to already experience.

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  48. Out of all four of the paintings, my attention and heart was drawn expressly to "Ye Are Not Forgotten". For without the love of the Great Shepherd none of the rest would have been possible to overcome or experience. Why you may ask. Because I was lost and different from all others that were in his flock. I heard Him call to me and I approached the place where he was seated. With kindness in His voice and gentleness He picked me up and held me close to his breast. With His tender arms he drew me close to where I could hear His heart beating a rhythmic I love you, I love you, I love you, over and over again. He spoke to me quietly reassuring me that I was His and that He would be with me forever. He sang this song to David as that once great king of Israel was just a shepherd, inspiring what we know today as Psalm 23. "The Lord is my shepherd, I shall not want...." And despite all of mankind's failings as depicted in "The Demise of America", He is there as a refuge. And even though I should walk through the valley of death, He is there. Whispering assurances as the echoes of his heart beat of "I love you" beats as strong as ever. His voice will cry out in victory as he shouts, "Arise, come forth!", as I enter into His presence. And then as in the final painting, "Loving Savior", I shall meet him face to face and fall before the One who loved me from the beginning, the Shepherd who loved me first when I was different and alone.

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  49. "Ye Are Not Forgotten" makes me realize we are all the black sheep being held by the Savior at various points in our life. He caresses us with unconditional love.

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  50. My favorite is the Arrival, I think of going home every day & the idea of being greeted by by my family members long gone just makes my eyes leak.

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  51. They are all gorgeous, but my favorite is "Ye Are Not Forgotten." To me, this image reminds me that we all come to Jesus dirty because of our sins (the black lamb), but his blood cleans us and makes us white as snow (the white lambs). It also says that we may be a "black sheep," but nothing we have ever done will separate us from the love of God. This painting is absolutely breathtaking! I love it!

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  52. I like "Ye Are Not Forgotten" because I am a little strange and sometimes feel like a black sheep. I'm glad the Lord loves me despite my quirks. Thank you for all your work, Jon! Bless you.

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  53. Love the first one "Ye are not forgotten"- It is a great reminder that our Lord loves all of us and I really love how the other lambs seem so happy to be surrounding him together!

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  54. Ye Are Not Forgotten is my favorite, because of it's serene, calming colors. The environment is so welcoming it makes you want to forget the troubles of the world which is what we can do in the everlasting arms of the Lord. The depiction of the lambs reminds me of my frailty and need for His protection. The lush grasses reminds me that God has promised he would make sure my needs will be taken care of (Psalm 23). That's why it's my favorite.

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  55. The Arrival...I can see my mom and our lord like that...I miss her:(

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  56. Each of these depicts a different statement. By all means the one that impressed me the most is "The Demise of America" It depicts exactly how I feel about our Presient. Reminds me of Nero's Fire or the Fall of the Roman Empire. Here you have our Obama just fiddling away like there is no tomorrow. Our country will have no tomrrow because of how Obama has begun to destroy the moral fiber of our country with forced Obamacare, Gay Marriage, Pro-Abortion, Legalized marijuana and who knows what is next. Mr. Naughton does an excellent job making a statement of truth. Many may not agree with his art, but he is doing the Lord's work. We must Stand Our Ground and remain deeply rooted in our faith to avoid the demise of evil. It comes in all forms. Are only salvation is Christ.

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  57. They are all amazing pictures but Ye Are Not Forgotten is my favorite. The Lord our shepherd with some of his flock always speaks to me.

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  58. I like the arrival. I would like Jesus and my relatives there
    to greet me when I die and it just touches your heart and 'soul
    that he could be there to greet you when you pass.

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  59. I love "You Are Not Forgotten." It shows that Jesus loves ALL of us. It also shows that Jesus cares enough for his "lambs" that he takes time out to sit and hold us individually.

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  60. Hello, your painting of Christ reassures me of in soon coming. My favorite is My Savior, Christ stands holding his staff, Our Shepard who stands and watches over his flock. Our protector, comforter, our King. Your use of soft pastel suplitable colors great the mood of the soft sweet heart that Christ has for us. I love this painting!

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  61. hands down, "ye are not forgotten"! I <3 that painting!

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  62. I love all of these, but "Loving Savior" is my favorite. Thank you for sharing your talent in being able to portray His soul in such a loving way. Just looking into His eyes bring a sense of peace and serenity to me. Thank you for sharing your beautiful talent.

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  63. It would have to be "The Arrival" It is a reminder of when we go home, how everyone will be there to meet us! The first one willl be "JESUS!" And our loved ones gone before us will be there waiting for us also! Amen.

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  64. Your work is fabulous, all of it. Of these four, the most meaningful to me is "The Arrival." That sweet, little old lady could easily pass for my mom, who died in September. My dad died 9 years ago, and I felt he has missed her and was ready for her to come home and be with him. The setting is different than I imagine it to be, but I like your setting a lot. It makes more sense to me than what I saw in my imagination.

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  65. The Arrival is my favorite.... I have lost many that I love and most recently, the love of my life, Richie. I hope and pray that when my time comes, all those that I love and miss so dearly, are there to meet me.

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  66. My favorite is The Arrival, because I felt like I was part of a homecoming as soon as I looked at the picture. I could feel the joy of not only the person arriving, but of all who were waiting for her arrival & are there to give her a loving & happy homecoming. It is definitely a beautiful work of art.

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  67. "The Arrival" is my favorite...this is the vision Jesus let me have of Him when I was at a really bad time in my life...He came to let me know that He still wanted me to live my life with Him...He invited me to let Him hold my hand through life...and He let me have a vision so that I would no longer have doubts that he is real...and no matter what wrong decisions I have made in my life...He is there and loves me anyway. My life has been amazing ever since that day. And the second reason is that the lady depicted in the painting reminds me so much of my Mother...Grandmother...and Aunt...it seems that if I could see the face on this lady...it would be one of my loved ones that has passed.

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  68. "Ye are not forgotten" Having loved ones that have lost their way, it is of great comfort to have a loving Savior who will never, never give up...

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  69. My favorite is "Ye are not forgotten" I think the need to draw attention to the pitiful state that the government is in should be shared with as many people as possible, when I see your artwork in family owned businesses, I spread the word. Buy American & if they put McNaughton on the wall buy double! I do not want to sully my home with the images of ugly people, this is why I would pick "Ye are not forgotten" to put on my wall. I can share the most important message with total beauty.

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  70. I would like to begin by saying, that I think you are one of the most talented painters of all times. I just love your work! I like all four of these paintings,and it is really had to choose between them, but the one I have decided upon is, 'Loving Savior'. I can just imagine standing there with Him, and looking into His kind and loving face. One day I will know just what a wonderful and glorious privledge that is.

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  71. "Loving Savior", is one of my favorites on this page. I really stress out due to all the bad issues in this world,happening to anyone and everyone. Whenever I pray to our Lord Jesus, it calms me. When I continue most of the day posting and sharing his love for all I feel more at ease for I give it to the Lord and its like a burden is lifted from my shoulders and heart. I want everyone to feel what the Lord will do for them. Praise God. I thank God for your amazing art work. He has surely Blessed you as he works through your hands as an instrument tp express his love and what is happening in our Country. I call you my Online Artist. May God continue to Bless you.

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  72. I love "Ye are not forgotten" it reminds me of all the times Christ has carried me in my life. When my own family rejected me Jesus picked me up, cleaned me off and loved me in way no one could ever possibly do. I'm alive today because Jesus Christ saw worth in me and saved me.

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  73. The Demise of America I find this painting tells the whole world what is happening to the greatest, blessed nation the world has ever known. It tells of the power that one man has been given, the power that he abused to bring down a light unto the world.

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  74. "Ye are not forgotten" is my favorite with "Loving Savior" a close second. The care expressed on the Savior's face is the greatest feature of the picture. The Good Shepherd loves all His sheep and will (did) lay down His life for them.

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  75. "Ye are not forgotten" is my favorite of these 4 pictures. I love the thought of being content with Jesus as the sheep are with Jesus. It is a peaceful and comforting picture.

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  76. Of course it's easy to like the peaceful prints but I'd choose The Demise of America. I'd love to see the faces of the people who come over when they see that hanging on the wall. I've got the perfect spot - over the fireplace.

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  77. My favorite is "The Arrival". It makes me cry. I long to see my Savior waiting for me with outstretched arms. Full of love. I'm feeling old. I miss my mother and my father. I want to see them so bad. I sense we are living in the end times. Oh my Savior Jesus come quickly.

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  78. Jon, it's tough to pick one because they all have a great meaning and are done so well but if I had to pick it would be Loving Savior. He is as I would imagine Him. The look of love and forgiveness comes through his smile and eyes. One day soon I will have another of your paintings in my home one way or another.

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  79. My favorite painting is The Loving Savior. This is how I picture the Savior... so serene and loving. It comforts me and gives me hope not only for myself, but for the world and the country that I love.

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  80. This is a tough choice. I have "Ye Are Not Forgotten" It is on my bedroom wall and I look at it several times a day. So that is obviously my very favorite. That painting reminds me that no matter what others think of me... He will always love me; no matter what. If I had to choose from the other three - it would be "The Arrival" - so comforting when you think of lost loved ones. My Mother died 5 years ago and next month will be the first anniversary of my Father's passing. This beautiful painting is a reminder to not be afraid of death; but to embrace and welcome it; for our loved ones and ourselves.
    Thank you for all you do and teach us with!

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  81. I love all of these, however, Loving Savior touches my heart, makes me peaceful, makes me want to be more like my Savior. I just love this one Jon, and all of yours are amazing. God bless you for what you are doing for our Savior, in all areas of our lives.

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  82. I love all 4 for different reasons. But if I had to pick, it would be "Ye are not forgotten". This painting truly shows the sincere, unconditional love that God has for each one of us. Lovingly holding the little black sheep shows no matter where we are or what we have done, God still loves us and gently holds us safe in his arms. While the rest of the little sheep rest in his love and comfort all around him. Lovely painting!

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  83. I love the first one!! I was the black sheep for many years of my adult life and I am here to say that because of Jesus' love for us, there is always a way back into the fold!! I LOVE Jesus for what He has done for me!

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  84. They all are beautiful Jon. My favorite although from these 4 is "The Demise of America" This one is the exact reason I admire your work so much. You are not afraid to capture your feelings and translate them to canvas. While so many are saying mum to the change, you are reflecting in your work what so many of are feeling but can't say because of ridicule. You are an inspiration. Please keep that passion alive in the works of art you create.

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  85. My favorite is "Ye Are Not Forgotten." I reminds me that as one of his flock we are never forgotten. He is always with us. It's are beautiful painting and you are a blessing to God.

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  86. Ye are not forgotten, as it reminds me that God loves even us black sheep.

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  87. I love all of these, but my favorite is Loving Savior. In the midst of all the evil out there and all of the suffering, He is constant. He watches over us, He loves us, He died for us. Because of Him, we have the Atonement. We have a chance to be with our heavenly father again. No matter what happens in life, He was our perfect example. He lives!

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  88. Not sure what happened, but my comment disappeared!

    Once again... my favorite is 'Loving Savior'.
    Your painting shows the peace and love He has for us all. Beautiful. :)

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  89. I love You Are Not Forgotten. There are so many times in my life where I have felt like "the black sheep" of the family or different from others in life. Through God's grace and mercy and Jesus Christ's atonement for my sins I have been able to rejoin "the flock" and become one with all my other brothers and sisters who love the Lord. This picture is incredible and gives me hope for the future, peace for my present and love and forgiveness of my past. God bless you always Jon and thank you for sharing your great gift with us all!

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  90. My favorite is 4 'Loving Savior' always watching over & protecting! I would follow him always in awe! LaDonna

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  91. Ye are not forgotten truly my favorite. With 3 of my 4 children who have taken a different path in life it is a reminder that the Shepard never gives up. It truly brings peace and hope to my soul. So grateful for the Atonement

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  92. "Ye Are Not Forgotten" is my favorite. Christ as the Good Shepherd is such strong symbolism of what he offers to each one of us - including the smallest and even the "black sheep." The Lord is my Shepherd and I shall not want for rest, for refreshment, for restoration, for guidance, for courage, for comfort, for supply, for protection, for power, for mercy, Forever. Praise be to Him.

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  93. A very difficult choice, because I liked them all. Ye Are Not Forgotten gets my vote, though, because it shows the timeless message that He is always with us, no matter what or where.

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  94. All four are fabulous, however, Ye Are Not Forgotten is my favorite, because we are not forgotten by Him. The Demise of America is great and he will have to answer to Him.

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  95. I love The Arrival, it reminds me of my mom & how much she misses her grandparents. She cries still about them & tells such wonderful stories about them.

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  96. My favorite of today's specials is The Arrival, because the woman looks like my mother and because I am close to taking my own trip home.

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  97. I love all of your paintings
    Simply beautiful, My favorite painting is Loving Savior. I recently rededicated my life to Jesus and would love to have in my home to show everyone who visits the beginning of my new life through your painting.

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