Prophetic Paintings

Our Prophetic Arts team’s passion is to use the arts as a supernatural way to open the doors to the miraculous love and power of God that brings healing and transformation.

Hope Conference (May 2021)

Title: Broken Vessel
Artist: Katherine Chuaheyia

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‭‭‬‬I saw a vision of Jesus on a boat cleansing and soaking a broken vessel. The vessel is gold, but it is broken & dirty. Jesus on a boat means that He brings us out in the deep. The deep, crystal clear water is the Holy Spirit. Jesus is willing to use us (church) however broken or dirty we are. He sees us as valuable, and He washes us clean. 

Let Jesus bring us to a place of cleansing and soaking. He is more than willing to heal us of any brokenness and make us whole.

Title: Choose God Always
Artist:
Janice Chen

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Though the fig tree does not bud and there are no grapes on the vines, though the olive crop fails and the fields produce no food, though there are no sheep in the pen and no cattle in the stalls, yet I will rejoice in the Lord, I will be joyful in God my Savior.” (Habakkuk 3:17 – 18, NIV)

 During these challenging times we live in, let us make the intentional choice to turn to God and praise Him with whatever little we may have. As we do so, we shall experience His joy and strength.

Title: Like A Child
Artist:
Fenny Luwis

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“And he said: “Truly I tell you, unless you change and become like little children, you will never enter the kingdom of heaven.” (Matthew 18:3, NIV) 

As grown-ups/adults, we can unknowingly go through life with jadedness, bearing grudges, harbouring fears, unforgiveness, and losing hope because of our past failures. The Lord reminds us to be childlike in our faith – to always live in awe: of God, of life, of humanity; to run to our Father’s arms confidently knowing that He will keep us safe. Remember to have fun. Laugh. Play. Imagine. Sing. Dance. Hope. Dream. Forgive. Create. Trust. Live life to the full. Be excited. Be adventurous. Be tender of heart. Be like a child to enter His Presence.

Title: Look Up, Child!
Artist: Maria Gwendolen S. Goloso

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“Lift up your eyes and look to the heavens…” (Isaiah 40:26, NIV)

I saw a vision of a woman looking up to the sky, with different races and colours in her eyes. She’s a fighter with beauty and compassion. There was compassion in her eyes as her tears were pouring out. In her silence, she locked the door and prayed to God, “Father, Your children are mourning; they are in pain!”

Look up, child! Our Father hears us. He sees every drop of your tears. He feels your pain. You’re not alone. When you look up, you will see hope that is holding on. When you look up, you will see unending light. When you look up, you will see the beautiful eyes of Jesus and His love. God is in control. Just look up, and you will see Him.

Title: Lost and Found
Artist:
Eva Wong Alindayu

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I saw a vision of a woman with silent screams, in constant fear and kept on falling as she was being snatched by a hand with claws. Like a sheep who has wandered away, she needs Jesus to bring her to safety and fill the void in her life.

She represents many in our midst who don’t have Christ – our family members, friends, colleagues, acquaintances. We were once lost like them, but Jesus found us. 1 Peter 2:25 says, “For you were like sheep going astray, but now you have returned to the Shepherd and Overseer of your souls.” We are now part of the Shepherd’s flock because Jesus had compassion on us. Likewise, let us seek and save those who are lost.

Title: The Lighthouse
Artist:
Grace Chew

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“The Lord is my light and my salvation— whom shall I fear? The Lord is the stronghold of my life— of whom shall I be afraid?” (Psalm 27:1, NIV) ‭

The lighthouse provides guidance and helps seamen caught in a storm to lead them to safety. Likewise, in the storm of our lives, God is our light and salvation. His light will shine in the darkness. Be strong and take heart as we wait upon God. He will lead us through this stormy season of life.

Title: Intimately Beautiful
Artist: Wong Ding Chuen
Medium: Digital Art

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“For you created my inmost being; you knit me together in my mother’s womb. I praise you because I am fearfully and wonderfully made; your works are wonderful, I know that full well.” (Psalm 139:13-14, NIV)

We are intimately created by God and is precious to Him. Our identity is not defined by our success but by how God view us. We are precious and beautiful in His eyes.

Title: Choose God Always
Artist:
Janice Chen

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Though the fig tree does not bud and there are no grapes on the vines, though the olive crop fails and the fields produce no food, though there are no sheep in the pen and no cattle in the stalls, yet I will rejoice in the Lord, I will be joyful in God my Savior.” (Habakkuk 3:17 – 18, NIV) During these challenging times we live in, let us make the intentional choice to turn to God and praise Him with whatever little we may have. As we do so, we shall experience His joy and strength.

Title: Like A Child
Artist:
Fenny Luwis

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“And he said: “Truly I tell you, unless you change and become like little children, you will never enter the kingdom of heaven.” (Matthew 18:3, NIV) As grown-ups/adults, we can unknowingly go through life with jadedness, bearing grudges, harbouring fears, unforgiveness, and losing hope because of our past failures. The Lord reminds us to be childlike in our faith – to always live in awe: of God, of life, of humanity; to run to our Father’s arms confidently knowing that He will keep us safe. Remember to have fun. Laugh. Play. Imagine. Sing. Dance. Hope. Dream. Forgive. Create. Trust. Live life to the full. Be excited. Be adventurous. Be tender of heart. Be like a child to enter His Presence.

Encounter Room (April 2021)

Title: Like A Feather
Artist: Fenny Luwis

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“Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest. Take my yoke upon you and learn from me, for I am gentle and humble in heart, and you will find rest for your souls. For my yoke is easy and my burden is light.”

(Matthew 11: 28 – 30, KIV)

Jesus can replace your yoke with His peace and gentleness upon your soul. Let go of your burdens and surrender them to Him.

Title: God with Me
Artist:
Jaslin Amedee Goh

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Be still and know that He is God.

He has never left you, even when you do not feel Him.

Be assured of His Presence with you and in you, in all seasons of life.

Title: God Shows Up!
Artist:
Eva Wong Alindayu

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Yes, it may be tough now, but remember those days when you were desperate, and God showed up in your midst. You may not see it, but God is just waiting for the perfect opportunity to flow with you. God will show up again like He has done many times before. He comes to you not only in your loud encounters but in your cries, in your silence of prayer, in your whisper of faith.  He is never caught off guard by your circumstances. He knows your inner struggles whether we are going through an emotional, spiritual, financial crisis and mental battles. God assures us not to be afraid for He is in control. In 2 Thessalonians 3:3, He assures us that “The Lord is faithful; He will strengthen you and guard you from the evil one.”

Encounter Room (Feb & Mar 2021)

Title: Healing Water
Artist: Katherine Chuaheyia
Medium: Watercolor

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For those praying for healing (physical/inner):

“They were waiting for the water to be stirred, because an angel from the Lord would sometimes come down and stir it. The first person to get into the pool after that would be healed.” (John 5:4)

Title: As The Deer
Artist:
Koh En Xuan

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As I was praying, I felt like there was someone here feeling drained and dry. A deer panting for water in the desert.

The Lord is asking this person to draw closer to Him and He would give them water that will quench more than thirst. The Lord would be their comfort and rest.

Title: Filled
Artist:
Katherine Chuaheyia
Medium:
Watercolor

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“You anoint my head with oil; my cup overflows.”‭‭(Psalms‬ ‭23:5‬b, NIV)

I felt that there are those who came to seek the Lord and were filled to overflowing by His Presence.

Title: Willow Tree
Artist:
Fenny Luwis
Medium:
Watercolor on cold pressed paper

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As I was praying just now, I saw a huge willow tree. Willow trees are strong, adaptable and flexible. Their branches can bend into many areas and poses without breaking and snapping.

This picture and message are for someone who is having an internal struggle – whether in your spiritual life (relationship with God) or some other aspects of life. You are striving as you try to make sense of what your situation is and trying your best to achieve what you think it should be. Yet, you don’t see the fruits. You don’t find satisfaction. You are struggling so much to the point of almost giving up. Ecclesiastes 3:11 says, “He has made everything beautiful in its time. He has also set eternity in the human heart, yet no one can fathom what God has done from beginning to end”. Like the willow tree, the message for you today is to surrender to Him completely. Do not fight. Cease striving on your own. God sees your heart and knows what you are going through. He has made you strong and given you the inner strength to overcome and to grow. Be adaptable and flexible – not to the ways of the world, but His word and principles, and advice of the spiritual mentors in your life. When you hear His voice, simply obey and surrender. You are an overcomer, and you will overcome in His strength!

Title: Cast Out Fear
Artist:
Maria Gwendolen S. Goloso

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I saw this young man with much fear and disappointment. I can sense that someone is having this bondage of fear.

“I sought the Lord, and he answered me and delivered me from all my fears. Those who look to him are radiant, and their faces shall never be ashamed.” (Psalm 34: 4–5)

Title: God’s Signature
Artist:
Eva Wong Alindayu
Medium:
Acrylic on canvas

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This season is chaotic, stressful and uncertain. The news reported many tragic things happening all over the world.

Yet, every day God signs off the day with His signature sunset – the sky painted with beautiful colours across the water.  “The whole earth is filled with awe at Your wonders; where morning dawns, where evening fades, you call forth songs of joy.” (Psalm 65:8).

Life may be challenging in this season, but there are great things we can give thanks for. Our hearts may be weary from unfulfilled longings, but God has a plan that far exceeds what we can hope for. He has prepared a boat for us to sail off. “Then Jesus told them, “You are going to have the light just a little while longer. Walk while you have the light, before darkness overtakes you. Whoever walks in the dark does not know where they are going. Believe in the light while you have the light, so that you may become children of light.” (John 12:35-36). Jesus promises us light. Those who walk with Him will be delivered from the shadows of fears, doubts and uncertainties.

Title: Beauty in Scars
Artist:
Eva Wong Alindayu
Medium:
Acrylic on canvas

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When Jesus first appeared to His disciples, “they were startled and frightened and thought they saw a spirit”. Then he showed them His scars, and said, “See my hands and my feet, that it is I myself. Touch me, and see. For a spirit does not have flesh and bones as you see that I have.” And when he had said this, he showed them his hands and his feet. (Luke 24:37, 39–40)

Some of us may be caught in an overwhelming loss, pain & suffering in these unprecedented times. No matter how difficult it may be, the message of love and hope through Jesus is all we need. God wants us to remember the beauty of His scars. Jesus’ scars remind us that He knows our pain. He became fully human, as one of us, so He could suffer with us and for us, carrying our sins to die in our place. His scars remind us that He loves us, that in His blood we have been washed.

Title: Irregardless
Artist: Fenny Luwis

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This word suddenly flashed through my mind on my way to a meeting, and during the meeting, a colleague used it unintentionally. It has the same meaning as “regardless”, but the two negations in it often make its usage an insult to people passionate about English vocabulary. Hence, it is termed by many dictionaries as a “nonstandard” or “unusual” word.

In our life difficulties, we can be mired by doubts and hopelessness when we look at ourselves and the circumstances around us. We need to look up to God and heed His word: ‘Not by might nor by power, but by my Spirit,’ says the Lord Almighty. (Zechariah 4:6, NIV).

Irregardless of who you are, what you see, what you think, what you have done or did not do; know that it is God, not your own abilities, that can deliver you from your troubles. His love is “unusual”. His ways are “nonstandard”. His grace covers a multitude of sins. Irregardless, He is able. 

Title: Look Up
Artist:
Eva Wong Alindayu
Medium:
Watercolor

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These days, I’d always find myself looking up at the canvas of God’s painting, be it in the morning, during sunsets or at night. And the more I stare at it, the greater I feel God’s love for me. No matter how tough my days would be, I’d just look up, then I get overwhelmed by what I see. I’d always be reminded of His love and faithfulness in my life whenever I stare at His creation’s beauty.

‘For great is Your love, higher than the heavens; Your faithfulness reaches to the skies.’ (Psalm 108:3-4).

Look up, too. All will be well.

Power Encounter (Jan 2021)

Title: To Desire Again!
Artist: Arnold Bartolome de la Cruz
Medium: Acrylic on canvas

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“And the Spirit and the bride say, “Come!” And let him who hears say, “Come!” And let him who thirsts come. Whoever desires, let him take the water of life freely.” Revelation‬ ‭22:17‬ (‭NKJV)

The search for the meaning of life has intensified due to the pandemic. Amidst life uncertainties, many are lost. Some have even fallen out of love with God. They have forgotten the taste of their First Love.

But God is persistent in His love. He’s inviting all to the banquet He has prepared and to come and taste the water of life, the Living Water. The love of Christ is here, gently drawing every heart to desire to come back to Him. Jesus said, “whoever drinks the water I give them will never thirst. Indeed, the water I give them will become in them a spring of water welling up to eternal life” (John 4:14). So, come!

Artist: Fenny Luwis
Medium: Watercolor on cold pressed paper

 

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“I’ve got your back” 
  – Jesus

I had a dream two nights ago of my back supported by a very sturdy right hand. As I prayed about it, it became clear that the message is for His people going through tough times. In rain or shine, in good times or bad, know that Jesus has got your back. Lean on Him and know that God’s got you covered.

Title: Receive
Artist:
Mary Ariane Jhunes Coloma Bio
Medium:
Watercolor

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“But forget all that— it is nothing compared to what I am going to do. For I am about to do something new. See, I have already begun! Do you not see it? I will make a pathway through the wilderness. I will create rivers in the dry wasteland.” ‭‭Isaiah‬ ‭43:18-19‬ (‭NLT‬‬)

God is doing something new in our midst – new encounters, new revelations, new anointing, new perspectives. In this season of uncertainties, we need to reach out to God and worship Him, for our help comes from Him alone. He will make a way when there seems to be no way. He will bring the breakthroughs we’ve been praying for. Reach out to God and receive His love, peace and the new things He’s going to do in your life!

Christmas with Hope 2020

Title: Christmas with Hope
Artist: Fenny Luwis
Medium: Acrylic on canvas (50 x 70cm)

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The days may be long
The nights, stormy… 
But God! 
He came to be with us 
Immanuel, God with us! 
to be our Shelter & Refuge 
in our days of trouble
to be our Hope & Peace
this world can never give
Take heart, my friends
Immanuel, God with us!
Embrace Hope
Jesus is here!

Title: A Renewed Hope
Artist: Koh Enxuan
Medium: Watercolor

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A child spots a flower from afar, the only one amidst a sea of grass. He bends down and picks it up – a gesture representing our future, and how it finds new hope and beginning.

Title: Perspectives (In My Eyes)
Artist: Eva Wong Alindayu 
Medium: Watercolour, Acrylic on canvas

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I come across a video with 2 perspectives- partial (in my eyes), full (in His eyes). The 2 photos below are of the same painting, yet different perspectives. The message of Christmas and Hope is revealed in the bigger perspective – in His eyes!

As we journey along the winding road of this challenging season, our view is partial. We tend to pick up and hang on to many burdens not meant for us to carry. Being human, we can end up passively capitulate to it. We become weary as we are caught up in it, being repressed, or get so used to it that it may even be tough to get rid of even when the pandemic is over. By our human understanding and strength, we do not know how long we can last, but God says in Matthew 11:28-30, “Are you weary, carrying a heavy burden? Then come to me. I will refresh your life, for I am your oasis. Simply join your life with mine. Learn my ways and you’ll discover that I’m gentle, humble, easy to please. You will find refreshment and rest in me. For all that I require of you will be pleasant and easy to bear.”

Title: Perspectives (In His Eyes)
Artist: Eva Wong Alindayu 
Medium: Watercolour, Acrylic on canvas

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I come across a video with 2 perspectives- partial (in my eyes), full (in His eyes). The 2 photos below are of the same painting, yet different perspectives. The message of Christmas and Hope is revealed in the bigger perspective – in His eyes!

God assures us that our labour is not in vain, for He sees the bigger picture. He sees our beginning, and He knows our ending in Him. Right there at the end lies the powerful strength of Hope that is in JESUS! It may be hard to see what God is doing in our lives throughout the year, yet this Christmas, Jesus cheers for us. He says, “Don’t give up! Keep going! Take Heart! I have overcome the World!”

The heart of Christmas is the message of hope articulated beautifully when things seem dark. Jesus shows the way to light, guiding us towards His love.

2020

Title: – 
Artist: Arnold

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The time has come when everything will be restored by the Blood of the Lamb. The last drops will come as a symbol of Hope to all humanity; a time where heaven shall embrace the earth and everything on it shall be purified, redeemed and healed.

Revelation 12:11
They triumphed over him by the blood of the Lamb and by the word of their testimony; they did not love their lives so much as to shrink from death.

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Artist: Arnold


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God is asking us to collect all the empty vessels in our lives (areas in which we are losing hope) for Him to fill them up with oil. In Him, by Him and through Him, all our debts are paid in full and we can live life to the full.

 (2 Kings 4:3-7 NIV)

Title:  – 
Artist: Maria Gwendolen S. Galoso

 

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The Great Harvest is here! God is calling us to move forward into the new season of our lives as we partner with Him to reach out to people! He has given us the authority to do so and assures us that our efforts are not in vain!

Ecclesiastes 11:6 AMP
2 Corinthians 9:10
Mathew 28:18 ESV

Title: Find Freedom in the Spirit of God
Artist: Eleanor Tan

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I saw a vision of a white horse galloping in the wind, signifying that as people enter into the presence of God and flow with the Spirit within them, they’ll experience freedom and an acceleration in their personal spiritual growth and ministries.

Title: Come and sit with Me
Artist: Maria Gwendolen S. Galoso

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God impressed upon me that He has prepared a table and chair for us, to ignore what the enemy is doing and simply focus on Him. He assures us that there is something on the table for us, all we have to do is to seek Him, and ask Him.

Psalm 23:5 
You Prepare a table before me in the presence of my enemies. You anoint my Head with oil, my cup overflows.

Title: Jars of Clay
Artist: Wong Ding Chuen

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Power Encounter (21 Feb 2020)

Title: Look Up 仰望 
Artist: Katherine Chuaheyia

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Look up and set your sights on Me. Look beyond your mountains, valleys and everything that is happening. Do not be fearful, do not be overwhelmed. See that I am great and mighty. I am the Lord, your God.

Psalm 71:3; Psalm 40:2

Title: Called For Such A Time Like This 为今日之时而被召 
Artist: Koh En Xuan

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The darker the night, the brighter the light. It is a privilege for us to live in such a time like this, when we can shine brightly in the darkness, giving hope to those in need. Take courage, for we have the peace of Jesus.

Title: My Strong Tower 我坚固的高台
Artist: Fenny Luwis 

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Life is a journey with ups and downs. When the path ahead is treacherous, fear not – run to the Father. He is our Refuge and Fortress.  

Psalm 18:2 

Title: Exalt Jesus! 高举耶稣!
Artist: Arnold Bartolome dela Cruz

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I saw people of different ages, gender and races exalting the name of Jesus! The Holy Spirit touched them, and they began to sing a new song:

“He is the light that holds me, He is the love that keeps me! Holy Spirit touch me, burn from within me!”
1 Hosea 10:12, NLT

Title: Psalm 63 诗篇63 (Part 1)
Artist: Grace Chew

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From Psalm 63 – Those who seek Him in this period will receive living water to nourish their soul.

Psalm 63

Title: Psalm 63 诗篇63 (Part 2)
Artist: Grace Chew

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From Psalm 63 – Those who seek Him in this period will receive living water to nourish their soul.

Psalm 63

Title: Relay Race 接力赛
Artist: Wong Ding Chuen

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Just like a relay race, a victorious Christian life is not a solo act, but one that is in partnership with God and His people.  Unity, trust and mutual support are key essentials that will unlock the church full potential.

Title: Psalm 63 诗篇63 (Part 1)
Artist: Grace Chew

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Title: Psalm 63 诗篇63 (Part 2)
Artist: Grace Chew

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Let The World See Conference (2019)

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Title: Renewal
Artist: Koh En Xuan
Medium: Oil on Canvas

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This painting is a call to people to receive Jesus’ spring of water, to be renewed and refreshed.

John 4:14, NLT
14 But those who drink the water I give will never be thirsty again. It becomes a fresh, bubbling spring within them, giving them eternal life.

Title: Broken Vessels
Artist: Marinelle Nagrampa
Medium: Oil on Canvas

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I was reminded of broken people who allowed God to work through them. Though we are broken, but His love and grace makes us whole again to carry His light to be a vessel of blessings and love to others.

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Title: A Shepherd’s Embrace
Artist: Eva Wong Alindayu
Medium: Acrylic on Canvas

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There are multitudes of lost sheep who have been waiting for a Shepherd’s embrace – to cuddle them, take care of them and carry their burdens. Only Jesus can carry us in His arms with such peace, security, love and strength.

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Title: Anointing Through Crushing
Artist: Belda Mervina Rasidi
Medium: Acrylic on Canvas

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Many of us seek out God’s calling for our lives, but forget about the process of crushing to prepare and strengthen us. In God’s hands, our mess is a message, our pain a platform, and our trial a testimony.

2 Corinthians 4:7-10, TPT

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Title: Hope of Restoration
Artist: Maria Gwendolen S. Goloso
Medium: Acrylic on Canvas

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I saw a vision of a fire formed like a bird. Now He covered the earth spreading His wings with fire. It’s unmeasurable fire as He stretches it.

Then, I saw a jar of oil with honey, washing the earth and transforming it into water. I heard an angel singing together with us, saying “Holy, Holy is the One!” Then I heard the voice of God saying, “I will make everything new, from North to South, East to West. I will send every generation to restore their land. I will wash away their inequities, free the captives, wipe every tear, turn their faces to Me, and plant seed of every land they will possess.”

Isaiah 65:17-21

Title: Reason for Praise
Artist: Grace Chew
Medium:
Oil on Canvas

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No king is saved by the size of his army. A horse is a vain hope for deliverance; despite all its great strength it cannot save. The Lord gathers the waters of the sea into jar, giving us the living water to nourish our soul. We shall always praise the Lord with the harp as we wait in hope for Him. He, is our help and our shield.

Psalm 33

Title: In The Eyes of Jesus
Artist: Eva Wong Alindayu
Medium: Mixed Media

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The compassionate eyes of Jesus are drawn to the invisible parts of our society – the hurting, outcasts, neglects, the poor in spirit, the desperate and the needy. Let God’s compassion stir up within us and compel us to action!

Title: S H A L O M
Artist: Fenny Luwis
Medium: Acrylic on Canvas

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True biblical shalom is not just about the absence of war and conflicts, but it is an inward sense of completeness and wholeness. It transcends the situations and flaws of our personal lives and can only come from God.
Isaiah 26:3, NIV; John 14:27, TPT

Title: ELOHIM
Artist: Mary Ariane Jhunes Coloma Bio 
Medium:
Acrylic on Canvas

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Do not be afraid to go into the deepest and darkest valleys, for God says “I am with you always”. He is working in and through us to let the world see His words come alive, and His love in action.

Matthew 28:18-20, NLT

Title: Bearers Of God’s Light
Artist: Mary Ariane Jhunes Coloma Bio
Medium: Acrylic on Canvas

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Through the blood of Jesus we are cleansed, by His grace we are called righteous. But just like those who have come before us, it is our duty to be bearers of God’s light so that all will experience His goodness and believe in Him.

Matthew 5:16, NIV

Title: Flagship
Artist: Marinelle Nagrampa
Medium: Oil on Canvas

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The flagship that stands out and shines bright in a dark night is the flagship that we carry in our journey. Visible to others, it lets them know that we are carriers of the presence of God. Let the people see and journey with us.

Title: Catching Wind
Artist: Wong Ding Chuen
Medium:
Digital Art

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So he said to me, “This is the word of the Lord to Zerubbabel: ‘Not by might nor by power, but by my Spirit,’ says the Lord Almighty.
Zechariah 4:6, NIV

Catch the wind of the Holy Spirit! As the Lord directs, He will also empower!

Title: The Great Eagle
Artist: Katherine Chuaheyia
Medium: Acrylic on Canvas

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“You are one with Me. Soar high like an eagle. Let no one and nothing stop you from soaring.”
Deuteronomy 32:8-11, NIV

Title: Flagship
Artist: Marinelle Nagrampa
Medium: Oil on Canvas

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Title: Catching Wind
Artist: Wong Ding Chuen
Medium:
Digital Art

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