Friday, 9 November 2018

HADASSAH

“HADASSAH”
Pam Finlay 
Acrylic on canvas
November 2018

Hadassah and those Myrtle blossoms.  

She is a picture of the bride of Christ in all their splendour, highly anticipating the arrival of their King.  The fragrance that emanates from them when the crushing takes place is divine.  Behold the door has been opened for them to enter in.   Jesus is the open door.  He is doing a work in their flesh so that they can radiate and manifest the glory of Yahwah.  

Hadassah speaks of union in marriage as does the Myrtle flower which is the Hebrew emblem for marriage.  

Hadassah was the original name of Esther in the bible.  She is an emblem of victory.  

This is the poem on the painting 

Feeling those butterflies
fluttering in my heart.
Daydreaming came at the beginning 
and gave me quite a start.
Something special is happening,
a change is taking place.
Falling so deep in love with you,
and I see to see Your face 
                       Pam Finlay 

Lord, help me to emanate you and radiate your presence as the season of marriage approaches.  Prepare me as a bride for your glory.  
Blessings 
Pam 


Monday, 5 November 2018

THE ROSE OF HIS HEART

“The Rose of His Heart”
Pam Finlay 
Acrylic on Paper
November 2018 

Innocent and Blameless is the Rose of His Heart.  She has a heart of faith and is like a flaming sword, on fire for the Word of God.  

The two words - “Innocent and Blameless” were given to me in worship, to confirm God’s word a day after I started this painting.  When I started painting the Holy Spirit brought me the word “innocence” when I looked at the young lady’s face that I was painting.  The word innocent also means pure.  

The other phrase he placed in my spirit was “the Rose of His Heart”.  His eternally young bride is His rose.  She is both innocent and blameless because of Christ.  He has made a way for her to have both of these traits, to be without blemish in the world she lives in.  He’s calling her to be separate.  
2 Corinthians 6:17 
“So come out from among unbelievers and be separate,” says the Lord, “And do not touch what is unclean; And I will graciously receive you and welcome you(with favor)”.   AMP

The bible speaks of the two words, innocent and blameless, together in two scriptures and He took me there. 

Psalms 19:13 “Keep back Your servant also from presumptuous sins; Let them not have dominion over me. Then I shall be blameless, And I shall be innocent of great transgression.”
NKJV

Philippians 2:15 “so that you may prove yourselves to be blameless and guileless, innocent and uncontaminated, children of God without blemish in the midst of a [morally] crooked and [spiritually] perverted generation, among whom you are seen as bright lights [beacons shining out clearly] in the world [of darkness].       AMP

Blessings
Pam