Romans 4: Christ, Righteousness, & Faith Chair
By Savanah Love
Savanah is student at Wesley College. She is a 22-year-old, Environmental Major and Art Minor. As a Christian writer and artist, her favorite mediums include; ink, pencil, and acrylic.
“I am inspired by God, music, and animation. I love to draw animated subjects, and paint landscape and scenery. I sign my art work under a pen name, “Secret Saturn” because I am fascinated by and drawn to the beauty of space. To me the stars and galaxies show us the Glory of God.
This chair in particular, is inspired by Romans 4. I chose the words “faith,” “righteousness,” and “Christ” to sum up the chapter. The Apostle Paul starts off using Abraham as an example of how he was justified by faith alone, not by his works or any of his deeds (v 3-5, 16-17). This faith is only made possible by Christ’s crucifixion and resurrection, in which we are counted as righteous (v 23-25).”