Adon Olam (Master of the Universe) with Jeremiah 32:17 in Hebrew – Dyed4you Art

Adon Olam (Master of the Universe) reminds us that God is bigger than we know – more vast, fathomless – and yet His heart is for us, eyes are on us, and angels surround us. As the age-old question goes, “Is anything too hard for our God?” We immediately know with unfailing certainty: no, absolutely not. There is nothing too hard for Him. 

  • Jeremiah 32:17 (VOICE) Eternal Lord, with Your outstretched arm and Your enormous power You created the heavens and the earth. Nothing is too difficult for You.
  • Psalms 145:3 (AMP) Great is the LORD, and highly to be praised, And His greatness is [so vast and profound as to be] unsearchable [incomprehensible to man].

{Hearing} Paul Wilbur singing “asher hayah v’hoveh v’yavo” (from His song “Kadosh”), which means, “Who was and who is and who is to come.” This song garners a feeling of the grandeur of God’s nature. It’s a reminder of God’s presence and sovereignty encompassing every point in time.

A Prophetic Nugget from “Daily Downloads from Heaven” by Meghan Williams is connected to this. It’s called “I AM the Living God.”

Luke 24:5 (TPT) Terrified, the women fell to the ground on their faces. The men in white said to them, “Why would you look for the living One in a tomb? He is not here, for he has risen!

Beloved, too often people are tempted to look for Me in the wrong places. They forget the full majesty of My glory and the awesome authority of My sovereignty. I AM bigger than most can begin to understand.  Resist the urge to fall into that trap. See Me as I AM: the King of Glory, Lord of all, the Living God. 

I AM high and lifted up – holy and worthy of all honor and praise. See Me, beloved, and understand that with all that I AM, you are the apple of My eye. Despite the greatness of My majesty and the weight of My authority, I know your every need, count your every hair, and catch your every tear. You are My beloved, and I AM the Living God.

A post by Meghan Williams from is connected to this. It’s called “The Power of a Name.”

…God has been highlighting to me the power a name holds. Each time someone says a name, they are declaring something over that person. Though we may not recognize that culturally, it doesn’t make the principle any less true. 

Years ago, Papa transitioned me from the regular use of a nickname (“Meg” meaning “a crash, brash woman”) to my full given name (“Meghan” meaning “great mighty one”). He used this change to close a door on a season of my life that was past and to reemphasize the true call He has for me (I share the story in my post “Meghan vs Meg: What’s in a name?”). This was a powerful reminder to me that I am different than I was. It drew a line that marked the old season passed, and none of the baggage need be dragged on. 

In scripture we see this same principle in action. To name a few, Abram was changed to Abraham (Genesis 17:5), Sarai was changed to Sarah (Genesis 17:15), and Jacob was renamed Israel (Genesis 32:28). In each of these instances, God is declaring something new over these individuals. And He does the same with us today if we’ll listen.

In addition to names reminding their bearer about the inherent truth, they also remind those using the name of those truths. This is one of the reasons why knowing the various Names of God is a blessing for us and draws us into deeper intimacy with Him. Our understanding and use of each name helps us better understand who He is and what He’s like. 

For example, if I know His name is Elohim Yakol (God most able), I don’t need to wonder if He will do what He says because I know He’s fully able, and if I know His name is El Aman (Faithful God), I know He keeps His word. And if I find myself in trouble I know I can look to YHVH Misgab (the Lord my strong tower) and find comfort from Olam Zerowa (the Everlasting Arms). Each of His names reveals a facet of who He is.

Knowing God’s names helps me know Him. It gives me a firm foundation. It helps strengthen my faith. And in moments that faith is tested, I call upon His name knowing He is faithful to respond. Thus is the power of a name. So I encourage you to take the time to learn His names. Learn the nuances of each one and how they apply to your relationship with Him. He’s worth the time and worthy of the pursuit.

A portion of a post by Meghan Williams from is connected to this. It’s called “Gelah Raz (Revealer of Mysteries).”

The purpose of Dyed4you is to facilitate an encounter with the living God. Our silk is intended to begin a conversation with God, not be a whole conversation….Sometimes people are frustrated or disappointed by what God doesn’t share. But what I’ve learned is that often He has “not shared” intentionally – so that the recipient will SEEK.  We have to remember that God is all about relationship. Even the words He gives through the scarves are a portion of that relationship, a way to touch you – to comfort, encourage or exhort you (1 Corinthians 14:3).

One of the names of God is Gelah Raz, which means Revealer of Mysteries.  God loves to go treasure hunting with us (where revelation and knowledge of-or-from Him is the treasure).  Kirk Bennett (from IHOP Kansas City and founder of ZHOP) shared a word picture that gave me such insight into this name that I want to share it with you as I paraphrased it on my blog at the time as well as my personal response to it. [This is from my post “Our Father.”]

“When I play hide and seek with my two-year-old son, it is not hard for me to hide.  If I wanted to I could get in my car and drive off 5 miles… what’s the likelihood he’d find me then?  But instead, I hide behind a curtain with the toe of one shoe sticking out… the point is I want to be found… but I want to be sought out.”

Suddenly I loved Him even more because He has these mysteries for us because we like it! We like the chase, we like the hunt… it engages us and makes us think… and He loves to watch us work… see how we work through things… He loves us. He’s a good Daddy. He’s not hiding things to be mean, but He knows how much more we will value what is found if we’ve had to work for it a bit.

And frankly, it’s all about the relationship we build along the way… the time spent together is a FAR greater treasure than the mysteries being revealed… because He is the greatest mystery. And the greatest treasure.

All this to say, I encourage you to take the words you receive through this ministry and seek the Lord for more.  What you get from Dyed4you is only a starting point or a mid-point. So jump into the depths of what He wants to share and may God bless you richly as you seek Him with your whole heart!

Another Prophetic Nugget from Daily Downloads from Heaven by Meghan Williams is connected to this. It’s called “Seek to Fathom Me.”

Job 11:7 (NIV) Can you fathom the mysteries of God? Can you probe the limits of the Almighty?

Beloved, I AM fathomless, yet I AM worth the effort to try. The depths of My mysteries have no end. The stretch of My hand goes beyond comprehension. And yet, those who seek Me are blessed, and those who hunger and thirst for Me are filled. 

So though My ways may defy understanding, still you should seek to understand. And though My thoughts are higher than your thoughts, seek to raise yours to Mine. I AM fathomless, beloved, and yet seek to fathom Me.

A Prophetic Nugget from Daily Downloads from Heaven by Meghan Williams is connected to this. It’s called “Take My Hand and Come Explore.”

Ecclesiastes 7:24-25 (VOICE) True wisdom remains elusive; its profound mysteries are remote. Who can discover it? So I turned and dedicated my heart to knowing more, to digging deeper, to searching harder for wisdom and the reasons things are as they are…

Beloved, take My hand and come explore. There are mysteries to ferret out and wild depths to plumb. The journey is worth the effort – so much to investigate and learn. Allow the draw of new adventures to beckon you in.

Resist the urge to assuage the yearnings within by placating yourself with worldly entertainments. Nothing is a substitute for divine revelation and the wisdom that is its companion. So hunger and thirst for more of Me, beloved. My fathomless depths are ours to explore. 

A prophetic download from Annette Fleenor is connected to this. It’s called “You Are.

You are Hope to those who have lost all hope.
You are the Healer to the sick of body and soul.
You are Light to those surrounded by darkness, bringing light to any situation.

You are Love to all who think no one could possibly love them.
You are the Father to the orphan, who believes they have no one.
You are the Lifeline to all who are hanging onto the last thread.
You are Deliverance for all who are bound.

You are Peace in the midst of raging storms of life.
You are the Wonder of each new discovery we make.
You are Righteous King who sits on the throne.
You are the Rescuer when we have gotten in over our heads.
You are our Kinsman Redeemer, who buys us back with Your very life.

You are Joy Unspeakable, never-ending joy
You are Living Water, that produces life and never runs dry, flowing through us.
You are Creator of all things.
You are the Good Shepherd, who leads the way for the sheep.
You are Life and the Giver of Life.

You are a Fortress that protects and shield us.
You are the Servant who leads by example.
You are Alpha and Omega, the very essence of the beginning and the end.

You are Chief Cornerstone, necessary for building a sure foundation.
You are Savior to all who call upon your name.
You are the Bright and Morning Star, leading us in the direction we need to go.
You are the Rock upon which I stand.

There are many words to describe who You are, too many to put down. I’m overwhelmed just by Who You are and how you know which one of those I need at the right time. May I just take a moment to thank you for Who You are, to bask in Your great love for me. 

You are so vast to comprehend with my brain and yet so personal to know and care about every detail of my life. What love you have awaiting me and everyone willing to just come. You Are truly all I need. You Are….

A final Prophetic Nugget from “Daily Downloads from Heaven” by Meghan Williams is connected to this. It’s called “El Olam (The Everlasting God).”

Psalm 23:6 (VOICE) Certainly Your faithful protection and loving provision will pursue me where I go, always, everywhere. I will always be with the Eternal, in Your house forever.

Beloved, I AM faithful from generation to generation. I AM El Olam – the everlasting God, and I AM. Before the beginning and beyond the end, I AM. I do not forget My promises, nor do I neglect My children. I AM steadfast and true. 

I AM your rock – a solid foundation on which you can rest. I never change. Rest in My loving arms, for I AM Olam Zerowa – the everlasting arms, and My love will sustain and embrace you for eternity. Yield to Me.

A prophetic download from Becky Eddy is connected to this. It’s called “His Greatest Craftsmanship.”

Space – the heavens – speak and declare His story and craftsmanship, and they bear witness of His testament. Yet, they have no actual, physical/audible voice. Their declaration of Who is the One and only true Creator and Sovereign Ruler is not in words, but in action. It is being and doing what God created them to do. They know their identity, they know their purpose, and they know Who gave them this. There is no question or doubt in them and all they can do is simply be what they were created to be and do what they were created to do. 

The simplicity and beauty of this leaves others (outsiders) who gaze on them in awe. These outsiders may question how it was created, Who created it, why it was created. And they may have their doubts and theories, but they can exhaust all possibilities and theories, yet they will never have it all figured out. This displays the sheer unfathomable magnitude of who God is – His undeniable authority and power, and it leaves one in awe of His mysteries and mysterious ways.

Even though the heavens display and declare who He is (and as mysterious and as awesome as they are), they are not His greatest and crowning creation or achievement. We tend to see the heavens and this world that way, but truly His greatest craftsmanship and most magnificent display of His glory is us. We marvel at everything else that He has created and find Him in those things. Yet, we miss – or even dismiss, that we are the crowning achievement.

Listen closely, and let this sink deep, deep within you. Close your eyes, take a deep breath, and let it out slowly. Tonight when you go outside for a prayer walk, look up at the stars and marvel at the mere sight of what you can see – knowing how great, infinite, vast, awesome, mysterious, and mind blowing it all is; and remember this: NONE of that adds up and compares to YOU. 

He’s whispering, “I made all of it for YOU. I knew long before you were born that you would love to go on walks, hold My hand, and enjoy the beauty of it all. So, I made them just for you. Some like bouquets of flowers. But, I know you, and knew how you liked this so much more than that. And, I knew when we would walk together, how much the two of us would enjoy it together; how I could point each of them out and tell you about them personally. I knew how you would giggle with delight, smile so brightly; your eyes wide with wonder and how the sight of them takes your breath away…just like you do to Me. I love you, little fawn.”

The Hillsong’s song called “Love You So Much” is connected to this. The lyrics reflect a heart cry of one who is overcome with adoration of the King of Kings. A portion of the words come straight from Psalm 84:11, declaring He is our sun and shield, and singing of His awesome power and majesty. As we right-size Him in our view, we cannot help but feel safe. He is bigger than we know and cares for us more deeply than we can imagine, which is why we sing that we love Him so much. 

A prophetic download from Christine Pearce is connected to this. It is called “Bounty of the Child of God.”

You are a child of God, a joint heir with Christ, one who is welcomed into the royal court. You are surrounded by God’s love, abundance, and His desire to reveal Himself to and show Himself mighty in the life of one surrendered to His Lordship—one who has relinquished and fully committed their heart to Him.

His love flows freely. It is as vast as the ocean. Walk into the fullness that is available now. Grasp His love for you.  Experience it. Savor it. Abide in it. Be amazed and surprised by it.  Rejoice as He continuously reveals Himself to you in new ways. His treasury is being opened to you!

{Artist note} As I began creating this, I heard the word “vast.” As I created it, I just kept hearing over and over, “He’s bigger than you know,” as if no matter how big we can imagine God, He is far greater still. Bigger than any trial or challenge. Bigger than any fear or obstacle. And more miraculous than that is that His love is greater still, and His heart is fixed on us. 

Written on this in Hebrew is Jeremiah 32:17, which in the NIV reads, “Ah, Sovereign LORD, you have made the heavens and the earth by your great power and outstretched arm. Nothing is too hard for you.”

The name of the silk hidden in this image is In Your Presence is Freedom. The colors in it are candy apple green representing praise, raven representing shadow of the Almighty, electric blue representing intensity, sky blue representing heavenly flow, brandy representing joy of the Lord, pale pink representing innocence, indigo representing songs of deliverance, pearl shimmer representing angelic presence, gold shimmer representing glory, and green halo shimmer representing double portion. 

Father, thank You for loving us. Thank You for even being mindful of us. May we walk in the confidence that Your love brings, may it strengthen us, and may it richly sustain us. And in it all, may Your glory be seen and known. 

And closing with the traditional prayer, “Baruch ata Adonai, Eloheynu Melek haOlam” (translated: “blessed are you oh Lord, our God, King of the Universe”).

Adon Olam (Master of the Universe) “no text” version (available by request)