Oil Painting by Pat Mercer Hutchens from the series Auschwitz Album Revisited. The Jerusalem Connection is offering archival prints (giclées) of these original paintings for a suggested donation of $75. One hundred percent of your donation goes to help support the work of The Jerusalem Connection. Measure of all artwork in this series is 10″x 10″.
From the artist:
These two moms and six children wear the yellow stars they were forced to wear back in the ghetto. All are huddled together, after being ordered into the “not fit for work” line. From man’s point of view, they were despised and rejected. They had no worth. They had not a shred of anything valuable to bargain with for their lives. They had nothing to bring to the table. Just so, man always looks on the outward, but God looks on the heart. From God’s stand point “they were and are beloved for the sake of the father’s” (Romans 11:28). Do not think Yahweh Jireh did not see nor does not remember. “The ONE who formed the eye, does He not see?”(Psalm94:9) (Isa.53) God will have the last word on all this evil!