Beauty of Grace
As I began to paint the sky I felt there was a spiritual battle going on in the spiritual realm, the brushstrokes were agitated. I started to play the song “I raise a Hallelujah”, The Helsers, and I felt to pick up a brush that softens the brushstrokes and there was calm over the clouds in the sky. I always had the vision of a flower receiving from the heavens and this is what eventuated. I wondered why a flower but I felt this represents God’s children, standing tall and receiving Gods downpour of His light and love, saturating our being, filling us up. The heavenly drips (Gods tears) were overflowing onto the leaves, this is new life, rejuvenation. The flower is standing tall and strong.
The rainbow shows so much hope. God’s promises are reflecting in our life. There is His love of the past, the present and the future. I painted the wave pink (Healing and joy). I felt this was surging up, this was the future and this is where God showed me to continue the colours of the rainbow, full circle. He has you, He always has. The softness of the clouds billowing in from the right are the purple of his righteousness and royalty, His covering over our situation.
I felt this was strongly representing the “Flood” of the Old Testament. God’s covenant to us, the rainbow. From raindrops to the flood, he washes away all the ashes and only beauty remains.
The small branch at the bottom is what is to come; there is another chapter to our story.
Jeremiah. 29:11 For I know the plans I have for you," declares the LORD, "plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.
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