In “Seer,” artist Lily Camille Howell illustrates how God qualifies those He calls. In gold reminiscent of the gold plates translated into the Book of Mormon, Howell’s poem tells Joseph Smith’s story of being called a young, poorly educated boy to be a revelator and prophet. It’s God’s transformative power, not our own skills or background, that prepare us for His work. “Seer” reminds us to look at our callings and ourselves with spiritual eyes and the faith that God will make us equal to every task.
Here's the text of the poem:
God said my name was
and I could see.
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