And thou shalt make holy garments for Aaron thy brother for glory
and for beauty. And thou shalt speak unto all that are wise hearted, whom I have
filled with the spirit of wisdom, that they may make Aaron's garments to consecrate
him, that he may minister unto me in the priest's office. ...
And they shall make the ephod of gold, of blue, and of
purple, of scarlet,
and fine twined linen, with cunning work.
When my fiance Rose pondered what to give me for Christmas 2002, she was inspired of God to have a
stained glass version of the Canon Wheel made.
Initially, she thought she
would hire a professional glass artist, but then realized that she really wouldn't be able to give
adequate instructions to someone not familiar with the Wheel. This inspired her to learn the art of
stained glass and produce the work herself. In the process of designing the Wheel, she knew that
the colors I had been using would be inadequate (as in this
image of my original Canon Wheel).
This led her to search Scripture, and she rested upon the colors God had instructed for the design
of the Priestly Garments. Her work led me to redesign the colors of the Canon Wheel.
This is an excellent example of how God uses all of us to bring forth the glory and beauty of His everlasting
Word. It also gives insight into one of the common questions: "Why did God design the Bible in the form of the Wheel?"
As you gaze at the images below, it is very important to remember that the Canon Wheel is nothing but
a two dimensional representation of what has always been implicit in the structure of the Holy Word.
This structure reveals the
glorious unity and unparalleled beauty of Holy Scripture that God had kept hidden until the end of the