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Steadfast Love

Steadfast Love depicts the refreshing, restorative nature of our relationship with the Lord and the love and strength found there.

“O my Strength, I will sing praises to You, for You, O God, are my fortress, the God who shows me steadfast love.” Psalm 59:17

Here we see a worshiper atop a fortress pouring herself out before the One she adores. Spinning above her is a voi called Healing Flow. The colors in it are turquoise representing healing, royal blue representing the truth of God’s Word, and emerald green representing restoration.

In response to her worship, a River of Life is pouring down from His throne and encompassing her. The colors in it are turquoise representing river of God, emerald green representing healing, white representing joy, and silver shimmer representing light of Christ. The verse that goes with it is from Revelation 22:1, “Then He showed me the river whose waters give life, sparkling like crystal, flowing out from the throne of God and of the Lamb…”

This silk is simply a reminder that as we press in to the Lord with our joy and praise – that is where life is found, where healing is found.

I pray that you would press in through worship and let His waters rush over you renewing and restoring every facet of your heart and life, and that you would dance and rejoice – delight in our King – lavishing your love on the One who is worthy.

[This silk is also used in River of Life]


  1. :*-) Beautiful!

  2. I love that when you put the cursor over the image it says enraptured–great description for this artwork. Enraptured by His steadfast love! SO glad He is steadfast and does not change!!

  3. Another Beautiful artwork!! Thank you Papa for your unduring love. I will sing out to you, I will Praise your Holy name. I will worship you my LORD!! May your name be GLORIFIED!!!!!!

  4. Yet again, beautiful. Keep ’em comin’ Holy Spirit.

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