Ten Commandment Visual Aid

The large visual aid illustrating the ten commandment law is in itself an impressive-symbol of the declaration of Revelation 14:12: "Here are they that keep the commandments of God.

By RICHARD E. HARRIS, Director, Visual Aids Department, Washington Missionary College

The large visual aid illustrating the ten commandment law is in itself an impressive-symbol of the declaration of Revelation 14:12: "Here are they that keep the commandments of God." But Elder Fearing has originated an idea, described herewith, which makes this de­vice even more impressive for a specific application—showing wherein the apostate church has sought to disannul God's seal by thinking-to change times and laws.

These commandments form an impressive-background, as they are eight or ten feet high,, overtowering the speaker. The tables are each four feet wide, with a dimensional trim which-gives depth to the simulated stone tablets. They are painted on one-fourth-inch plywood in washable oil paint.

The tables are hinged in the center so that They will stand alone on the platform. Remov­able pin hinges are used, making the tables easily detachable. Each of the tables is then segmented in the center to make the whole symbol smaller for packing and shipping.

The fourth-commandment section, made of plywood, slides from its place in a groove and reveals the bold letters S-U-N-D-A-Y behind God's true pronouncement. These letters, painted white on a jet black background, give maximum contrast to the whited stone of the true fourth commandment. From a distance this groove is not noticeable by the audience.

Outstanding in significance, yet simple in -design, this device is inexpensive in cost com­pared to the appeal it makes when it is dis­played.

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By RICHARD E. HARRIS, Director, Visual Aids Department, Washington Missionary College

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