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Pop Isaiah Art Contest Top 10

After months of receiving beautiful artwork submissions for Pop Isaiah’s “Does Good Communicate with Man through Nature” competition we’re excited to highlight the top contenders!

The Pop Isaiah team is going to have a very difficult time choosing a winner since so many inspiring pieces were submitted. We want to thank everyone for participating and taking the time to share how God communicates with man through nature. We’ve had a great time viewing each and every one of them! Now for the top ten:

Josh Krogue:

“The grass withereth, the flower fadeth: but the word of our God shall stand for ever.” -Isaiah 40:8

Brady Moon:

“All beauty in the Earth bears the fingerprint of the Master Creator.” -Gordon B. Hinkley

Snježana Crnogorac:

Snjezana Crnogorac Photo
Sunsets almost seem as if we were looking through the gates of Heaven.

Emily Tueller:

Emily Tueller
The Symbolic God Tree. 2 Eden trees ~ Mother Eloh (Tree of Knowledge), representing journey from Heaven>Earth.)+ Father El (Tree of Life) representing journey from Earth > Heaven. Plan of Salvation). Together, AS ONE, they are Elohim=GOD.

Cassidy Freeman:

“Then shall thy light break forth as the morning, and thine health shall spring forth speedily: and thy righteousness shall go before thee; the glory of the Lord shall be thy reward.” -Isaiah 58:8

Fay Fisher:

Fay Fisher Painting
Sunset Over the Marshes

Daren Wilding:

Daren Wilding Painting
And hear the brook and feel the gentle breeze. Then sings my soul, My Savior God to Thee, How great Thou Art, How great Thou Art!

Ashley Cain Cole:

Ashley Cain Cole
Sometimes you just have to go somewhere quiet and listen. “Consider the lilies of the field… if God so clothe the grass of the field… will he not much more clothe you?” – Matthew 6:28,30

Nick Verbelchuck:

As a young adult, life is hectic, busy, distracting. Many in good ways but also in bad ways. Feels like life gets out of control & I get wrapped up in my daily duties. But it’s amazing to see the Lord work inside of me & lead me to the end of the light.

Adam Davis:

Adam Davis Photo
The Dunes at Night.

Thanks again to everyone that participated in the Pop Isaiah photography, painting and prose competition. If you’d like to check out the rest of the submitted pieces, be sure to visit Pop Isaiah on Facebook. Also make sure to follow us via the links below for new and exciting promotions in the future!

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  1. It’s easier to be aware of God’s love and presence when enjoying nature. The mountains, trees, lakes and weather are all the more precious because God has given me eyes and a mind to experience and perceive them.

  2. These submissions really illustrate the power of using art to visualize ideas and/or messages. My personal favorite is Ashley Cain Cole’s piece.


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