#Worship in progress – Let there be light – #wip 12


This was yet another strange situation in which it seemed that my loving Father moved me to apply lines on paper during a gathering that would appear to represent an event … before it happened!

After I began my mark making the event began to unfold during a time of sharing – mainly about the birth of Yeshua. Basically speaking a slight disharmony manifested itself during our time together … and it took the whole of the ‘service’ with some prayer, counselling and discussion afterwards to resolve it … which we did – with some truly wonderful interventions from the Ruah ha’Qodesh (Holy Spirit).

Later, as I began to work into the drawing I found myself revelling in the words of YHWH “Let there be light!” (Genesis 1:3) and Yeshua’s words “I am the Light of the world!” (John 8:12). This excited me so much – but it also seemed to somehow be relevant to the struggle we just experienced … not that we know if our Elohim struggled to produce light … but the drawing began to illustrate 1. The abstract/supernatural/perhaps explosive obedience of light coming into being – at YHWH’s command 2. The struggle to find ‘light’ (eventually with success) in our various arguments 3. Weirdly, the drawing also seemed to speak to me of the cataclysmic nature of the experimental work at CERN … which I really think boils down to humans unsuccessful attempts at emulating God.

The beauty of all this is that our beautiful Creator is keeping His promise of leading everything to perfection – which is seen in Yeshua … the Light of the World!


About touchdry

Seeing Jesus Christ and illustrating this phenomenal supernatural demonstrative love
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