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For a number of days now I have sensed a kind of ‘movement’ around me, a bit like someone waving a flag in front of me. This has been more acute when I am on my own. This drawing was … Continue reading
Even though all the images I draw are responses to Elohim’s outpouring of love, I tend to make abstract marks on the paper … I cannot explain what I ‘sense’ other than something ‘electric’ happens within me, caressing me, and … Continue reading
“I, John, your brother and companion in the suffering and kingdom and patient endurance that are ours in Jesus …” Revelation 1:9 NIV. There is a word here that can be read from our, and the Fathers, point of view. … Continue reading
I could not resist giving a sneak preview expressionist drawing of the Paleo Hebrew study of the word Savar – translated in English as “patience”, which is found in John’s opening statement in Revelation 1:9
During the deep conversations with the Father regarding the paleo-Hebrew interpretation of some of His words, enigmatic images and forms flash through my mind – sometimes slowly, gently … other times with dizzying lightning speed. Like a sea of abstract … Continue reading
I am fascinated by the idea of interpreting Hebrew/Aramaic words from their constituent letterforms. Each of the original Hebrew characters are pictographs each carrying its own distinct meaning – which in each case is the function of the character, not … Continue reading