Grow in Fruitfulness – Dyed4you Art

The name of this collection is Grow in Fruitfulness. It is comprised of a combination of Dyed4you Art images, the words of which are shared below as well as the download He shared concerning their combined meaning. The images included in this collection are:

The scripture that goes with this collection (or multi-art set) is Galatians 5:22-23 (AMP) “But the fruit of the Spirit [the result of His presence within us] is love [unselfish concern for others], joy, [inner] peace, patience [not the ability to wait, but how we act while waiting], kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, self-control. Against such things there is no law.”

{Artist note} This set began with a Prophetic “Portrait” (Grow in Joy). I had no intention of doing all the fruits, but God had other plans. The series was birthed over a nine-month period (again, unplanned), and it came during a time of great personal challenge. Part of the overarching message throughout these is the reminder that our true character shines forth in times of trial, just as integrity is exposed in the moments no one is looking. These pieces are not intended to imply we lack fruit but rather encourage us to always strive to bear more. 

At Dyed4you Ministries, we have a team of people (as well as guest contributors) who are always open and listening for prophetic downloads. These downloads get added to our collection and shared on our blog so all can be blessed by them. When we birth the words that go with our pieces, the downloads in that collection act as ingredients to a greater whole. Much like how cake and bread have similar ingredients but yield unique final results, so the combination of these downloads paints different pictures for each, although some ingredients may be used more than once.

As you read the words for this fruits of the Spirit collection, you’ll find some overlap in ingredients. I encourage you to view those as an emphasis on certain points. Similar to how words will be repeated for emphasis in Scripture (e.g., “holy, holy, holy,” which is loosely the equivalent of an all-cap, bolded “HOLY!” in today’s usage).

May you be blessed by what Spirit has birthed, and may you be encouraged to grow even more in fruitfulness!