God's child in Christ adopted,—Christ my all,—/What that earth boasts were not lost cheaply, rather/Than forfeit that blest name, ../.. henceforth I fear not death:/In Christ I live! in Christ I draw the breath/Of the true life!—Let then earth, sea, and sky/Make war against me! On my heart I show/Their mighty master's seal. In vain they try/To end my life, that can but end its woe.—/Is that a death-bed where a Christian lies?—/Yes! but not his—'tis Death itself there dies.// -Samuel T…

God's child in Christ adopted,—Christ my all,—/What that earth boasts were not lost cheaply, rather/Than forfeit that blest name, ../.. henceforth I fear not death:/In Christ I live! in Christ I draw the breath/Of the true life!—Let then earth, sea, and sky/Make war against me! On my heart I show/Their mighty master's seal. In vain they try/To end my life, that can but end its woe.—/Is that a death-bed where a Christian lies?—/Yes! but not his—'tis Death itself there dies.// -Samuel T…

William Blake --   Epitome of James Hervey's 'Meditations among the Tombs' circa 1820-5

William Blake -- Epitome of James Hervey's 'Meditations among the Tombs' circa 1820-5

Christ In The Sepulcher Guarded by Angels.... William Blake. Exodus 25:22, "And there I will meet with you; and from above the Mercy Seat, from between the two cherubim which are upon the ark of the testimony, I will speak to you about all that I will give you in commandment for the sons of Israel." God's Word is fulfilled in Christ.

Christ In The Sepulcher Guarded by Angels.... William Blake. Exodus 25:22, "And there I will meet with you; and from above the Mercy Seat, from between the two cherubim which are upon the ark of the testimony, I will speak to you about all that I will give you in commandment for the sons of Israel." God's Word is fulfilled in Christ.

William Blake, The Ghost of a Flea  Blake was dismissed as mad throughout his life, because he claimed to be directed to art as a spiritual calling, and believed he could see into the spiritual realm.  “I am under the direction of Messengers from Heaven Daily & Nightly.”

William Blake, The Ghost of a Flea Blake was dismissed as mad throughout his life, because he claimed to be directed to art as a spiritual calling, and believed he could see into the spiritual realm. “I am under the direction of Messengers from Heaven Daily & Nightly.”

Sleep and Death Carrying the Body of Sarpedon into Lycia by Sir William Blake Richmond

Sleep and Death Carrying the Body of Sarpedon into Lycia by Sir William Blake Richmond

"Oberon, Titania and Puck with Fairies Dancing," William Blake, ca.1786, watercolor and graphite on paper, 18.7 x 26.6", Tate Britain.

"Oberon, Titania and Puck with Fairies Dancing," William Blake, ca.1786, watercolor and graphite on paper, 18.7 x 26.6", Tate Britain.

William Blake Paintings | William Blake Paintings, Drawings, Graphics, Art Printing Gallery

William Blake Paintings | William Blake Paintings, Drawings, Graphics, Art Printing Gallery

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