Perceiving two images in one image from one painting, in two views for one explanation.
The horizontal position of the painting speaks of weariness. Observe, the individual is lying down. Tired, but still is holding on to the Word of God. The left leg in idleness became like a mountain in the background, a dark shadow, but the Word of God is still above it all.
And now unto the vertical position, we perceive a whole new painting. The individual is no longer lying down, but they are now standing, which indicates readiness and a waiting position of anticipation. The same leg, which was once a mountain of obstacles and of shadow, now thereon they stand as a pillar of establishment, and the Word of God is now in a forward position. So are those who have awakened from their slumber. In readiness and anticipation, they stand.
Due to the unique style and the method of this painting, it became one of the only paintings that is intentionally without the PSW signature. (So that it could be view in both horizontal and a vertical position.) Congratulations to the few who spotted the distinction and earn the site's badge for participating. And the other details, like that of the paint strokes which gives a proportion to the vertical and horizontal views.