TIME vs. THE BEAUTY OF MAJESTY
The flower in the picture represents the “Rose of Sharon,” Yahweh Yeshua. Although it is drawn wonderfully, it is sort of bland because it is drawn in gray pencil. Just like the scripture about Yeshua found in Isaiah:
For he shall grow up before him as a tender plant, and as a root out of a dry ground: he hath no form nor comeliness; and when we shall see him, there is no beauty that we should desire him. Isaiah 53:2
But just like Yeshua Ha Mashiach, it affects everything that comes around it. The flower is dictating the behavior of everything else in the picture.
The clock has some very interesting features. It is tilted on roughly a forty five degree angle thus making it off kilter, or better put, it is straight up and down, or it is off the mark, which is what the word “sin” means.
The time on the clock is interesting and taking into account that this is a pocket watch then the time reads 5:40. The fact that there is activity going on in the picture tells us that it is the evening rather than the morning. There are only two books in the Bible that have a fortieth verse in a fifth chapter. The verse in the book of John is the only one that is applicable, and it reads:
And ye will not come to me, that ye might have life. John 5:40
The clock appears to be melting which signifies that time itself cannot stand up against Yahweh, who is the one who created time. The melting clock symbolizes that time has reached its apex and that it is starting to be dissolved as affirmed in Revelation:
And the angel which I saw stand upon the sea and upon the earth lifted up his hand to heaven, And sware by him that liveth for ever and ever, who created heaven, and the things that therein are, and the earth, and the things that therein are, and the sea, and the things which are therein, that there should be time no longer:
The eye in the clock symbolizes mankind and its focus on time. Mankind has made time into somewhat of a God and has worshipped time. When time is dissolved mankind will be thrown into a disarray because everything that is done is based on time.
This brings us to the key on the clock. The key is affixed to the clock and its position there makes it absolutely worthless. Although mankind thinks that it possesses the key to time, he will never really be able to use the knowledge that he has. As the key melts along with the clock time will suddenly come to an end, catching mankind unaware.
THE LOCK, THE HANGER WITH WINGS:
People always tend to put things off, thinking that they have more time to do things. Most people use this false perception as a sort of security blanket, using the expression, “well, tomorrow’s another day.” This security blanket for them is a sort of pressure valve, so to speak. The hanger represents this notion, sort of like things that we hang in a closet because we don’t want to wear them anymore. This relates to the instinctive need that all people have in their innermost being, the need for salvation and acknowledging the Savior that just sort of gets put aside because of ignorance, or because the cares of everyday life make us forget. The lock on the hanger represents this false security notion. The fact that it is on the hanger and that the hanger has wings means that Yahweh is removing this security blanket. He’s trying to express that time is short and that putting important things on the back burner is no longer acceptable.