This drawing took a while to create but is approximately 20″ x 20″ in size.
On the way home, had the chance to stop and talk with Jimmy Lee, an amazing Christperson. He walks in Frisco holding signs of encouragement.
Update: Little Elm, Texas declared October 24, 2015 to be Jimmy Lee Robinson Day. Plus, there is a fan page on Facebook.
Something that happens to me often, but especially in public places is that I will feel pains on my body. It could be a little zap of pain or something more. My only understanding is that these are “words of knowledge” for issues that The Lord wants to heal, or is healing, in the people nearby.
In little Post-It Notes, I was documenting what was felt today.
This is a large acrylic painting on canvas called “Into the Silence.” Down at the bottom of this page, you can see the ink drawing that inspired the elements: vibrations, toothpaste, rotating eyeballs, vibrating lights, and DNA strands. The small ink drawing was a small portion of a larger one.
A photo of the canvas propped up on a tree outside:
Some painting supplies:
Originally based on this drawing (shown below) which is a fragment of a bigger drawing:
Mostly around Psalms 84, plus some other bits. Translations include NIV, NLT, and “Psalms: Poetry on Fire” by Dr. Brian Simmons – amzn.to/V6MgBy. Ink on paper, 18″ x 24″.