Posted on May 8th, 2015 4 comments
Life is not just what we see and experience with our five senses: sight, sound, touch, taste, and smell. Why do we turn around to see who is looking at us? We felt that stare. Dreams bring to life our inner thoughts to unveil mysteries from our unconscious mind, other times predict the future, and at times warn us of impending danger. There is the wonder of life and the beauty of creation, along with the ugliness of disease and the devastation of a violent storm to ponder. Why? What is life really about? What are the answers to all our questions?
My art shows an angel lighting the way in the darkness, through all the mysteries in life to reveal the wisdom of Jesus and unveil the resurrection power that He released when He rose from the dead. The torch the angel is holding represents Holy Spirit, who reveals the truth about God. The cross is the focus that represents the resurrection power of Jesus. This power is available to anyone who comes and is willing to surrender everything for the everlasting life found in Jesus.
Jesus said, “I am the resurrection and the life. Those who believe in me will live, even though they die; and those who live and believe in me will never die.” (John 11:26 GNT).
Jesus also said, “ I am telling you the truth: whoever obeys my teaching will never die.” (John 8:51 GNT).
I experienced an open vision of Jesus, saw the nail prints in his hands, and felt His love. This felt love was more powerful and more astounding than anything I could imagine. This experience transcended the natural world of the five senses; it came from the heavens clothed in the glory of God.
Jesus is God’s hidden mystery and the answer to all wisdom.
He (Jesus) is the key that opens all the hidden treasures of God’s wisdom and knowledge (Colossians 2:3 GNT).
Open up your heart to Jesus. Ask and you will receive the answer that will transform your life.
Posted on February 3rd, 2013 6 comments
Whisper the wild golden song
To the bright noon day glow.
See the quivering branches
Dancing to twinkling Dew.
If ever there was a feast
To eyes full of longing,
I dare to find You there
Among the quaking aspens.
Gather the violets,
The wild rose
But look for me not today,
For I have gone a’Dancing
In the light of the noonday song.
By Lula Adams
Posted on November 29th, 2011 4 comments
This young foal was responding to the lead stallion who signaled to his herd that it was time to move on. Racing to keep up with the herd, he seemed to forget for a moment why he ran. The sheer pleasure of feeling the wind in his hair seemed to take over. Suspended in the air between here and there, his destination no longer was as important as running. Free from the restriction of gravity, for a moment of time, he flies.
As I make the transition from married to single in my heart, sometimes I want to be healed already and more actively doing His work. I want to catch up, like this foal. But, this picture reminds me that where I am now, in the loving arms of Jesus, is so good, so very sweet and intimate. I am flying at this moment, enjoying my rest in Jesus and discovering how much He loves me. I am gaining strength. I am following and I will arrive. The stallion will not leave the foal behind. His main job is to protect and guard the herd, especially the young foals. I know Jesus is with me in transition. Never will I leave you or forsake you, He promises in the Bible. I trust this word written for me. Leaps of faith…
If you look closely at the picture, you can see a little bird in front of the foal’s legs. The bird seems to be leading the way. Jesus promised that Holy Spirit will guide us. How did this little bird show up in my picture?
A prophetic word for us in transition, Find the joy in transition. I am with you to lead you and protect you. Yes, you can fly!