“A Case For Something Eternal” was an assignment in an art class at the University of Utah. I created a wooden case with plexiglass panels to protect and display that which is of most value. It contained Hoffman’s portrait of Jesus Christ, a statue of Christ and children, an olive branch representing peace and a platinum-colored frame with the following scripture,
“I am the first and the last,
I am He who liveth,
I am He who was slain,
I am your advocate with the Father.”
Although the case was meant to protect, I realized that I am the one protected by my Savior.