Daniel in the Lion's Den Jigsaw Puzzle
- 500 Piece Jigsaw Puzzle
- Measures 18x24 inches when complete.
- Religious Theme. Inspired by the biblical story of Daniel in the Lion's Den
- Features the artwork of Keith Conner
- High quality jigsaw puzzle crafted out of recyced cardboard material
"Then Daniel said to the king, 'O king, live forever! My God sent His angel and shut the lions’ mouths, so that they have not hurt me, because I was found innocent before Him; and also, O king, I have done no wrong before you.'"
The story of Daniel in the Lion's Den is a powerful one that has captivated audiences for centuries. According to the biblical scriptures, Daniel was a faithful servant of God who was thrown into a den of lions as punishment for his refusal to worship a pagan idol. Despite the odds stacked against him, Daniel's faith remained unwavering, and he was ultimately saved from the lions by an angel sent from God.
This story represents the triumph of faith and the power of God's protection over his faithful servants. It is a timeless message that inspires and uplifts people of all ages and backgrounds.
Now, you can bring the story of Daniel in the Lion's Den to life with this stunning 500-piece puzzle featuring the art of African American artist Keith Conner. Measuring 18x24 inches when complete, this puzzle showcases Conner's incredible attention to detail and stunning use of color to capture the drama and intensity of this iconic scene.
Crafted from thick cardboard material, this puzzle is built to last and provides hours of entertainment and relaxation as you piece together each individual piece. As you work to bring the puzzle to life, take a moment to reflect on the inspiring story of Daniel and the powerful message it represents.
Keith ConnerJust like his dad CL and mom Eleanor taught him, Keith David Conner knows he can be whatever he sets his mind to. But instead of following in the footsteps of many young people from his community by working in engineering at General Motors, Keith chose a different path: art. He went to the Flint Institute of Art as a child. In 1971, he was accepted into the "Gifted Artist" program at Genesee Area Skill Center. He attended both high school and the Skill Center before moving on to the American Academy of Art in Chicago. There, he graduated in 1976 with a degree specializing in design and illustration.
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