Field of Rest


Field of Rest

Consider how the wild flowers grow. They do not labor or spin. Yet I tell you, not even Solomon in all his splendor was dressed like one of these. If that is how God clothes the grass of the field, which is here today, and tomorrow is thrown into the fire, how much more will he clothe you… But seek first his kingdom and his righteousness, and all these things will be given to you as well. Therefore, do not worry about tomorrow.’ Luke 12:27-34

Putting the Kingdom first, the wheat tips ready for harvest painted in the right corner represent evangelism; and ‘seated at the right hand’ represents authority. Your gift for evangelism operates when you speak from the authority gained through your triumphant life experiences.

The single shade tree is not alone, as with God we are never alone; it is not lonely, but alone with God the tree flourishes and drips with anointing. The more time you spend resting in alliance with God, the more He becomes your essence. Resting is not sleeping, but rejuvenating.

Around the tree, a field of wildflowers include Muscari Grape Hyacinths. These flowers reseed into bulbs and multiply easily. They represent consistency. They are Spring’s early bloomers, heralding the new season and the hope-filled new beginnings. In harsh winters, the sight of the hyacinths means “you can go outside again”. This painting carries the word that not only can you ‘go outside’ meaning your winter has past, but ‘going outside’ meaning the ability to go outside of the church walls and carry your anointing to the fields. Where once finding mutual support may have been confined to within the church, there is now a freedom to find support from one another outside the church.

In your alone-times with the Lord, He is giving you a grace and ease to not worry, and to bring others into a field of rest, especially in the area of provision. When you rest, you are a symbol of hope within chaos.

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Giclee Reproductions are printed with a 3cm white border.

‘Field of Rest’ has been selected from the book 40 Days hath November to be reproduced as Giclee prints. Technically speaking, our prints are not prints at all, not in the common use of the term, but are fine art reproductions of original works. The quality is so high that it is difficult to tell between the reproduction and the original. Giclee Reproductions are premium high-resolution digital images produced on museum quality, Canson 300-320gsm Cotton Rag (fine cotton fibres woven into a paper-like product) printed with archival Canon Lucia EX 12-colour pigment high-performance inks. Canon Lucia EX pigment inks achieve an “under glass” permanence of 95 years for colour images.

Giclee can be confusing, as many may incorrectly assume that all digital printing is equal. Essentially Giclee (pronounced ‘zhee-clay’) is an invented name from the French word ‘le gicleur’ meaning ‘to squirt’. Originally coined in 1991 to distinguish between common digital prints and the highest quality form of art reproductions using wide-format inkjet printing technology. In 30 years, this technology has advanced enormously, giving an even wider distinction between Giclee reproductions and digital prints. However, we still use the word ‘print’ so that we are easily understood.

Fine Art Giclee Reproductions should be framed behind glass, using a matte to separate them from the glass. Consult your local framer for the best way to frame your reproduction and ensure your artwork still looks amazing for 3 – 4 generations.

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20 x 27cm, 30 x 40cm