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by Nathan Rhoads
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Painted live at Harvest Revival, Vancouver, WA... more
1.80" W x 3.875" H x 0.90" D
1 - 2 business days
Painted live at Harvest Revival, Vancouver, WA May 20, 2017 I saw a picture of a tsunami warning sign and a huge wave crashing on a city. The warning sign is symbolic of the Holy Spirit, the deposit guaranteeing our inheritance (Eph. 1:14). The sign highlights what is coming - it’s not a suggestion, it’s a promise. The huge wave represents the overwhelming love of God. The wave is coming, it is inescapable. There is no getting away from it. God’s love is represented as water because Jesus gives us living water that gushes of endless life. (John 4:14). God in this hour is releasing His love like a tidal wave. And we get to play a part in it. It’s powerful, overwhelming, it crushes fear, it’s unavoidable. It is also refreshing and nourishing. God is pouring out His love through believers to a thirsty world. Are you willing to touch people with the Love of God? To let the world experience the extravagant dimensions of Jesus’ love? We are to live full lives in the fullness...
Nathan Rhoads is an versatile artist working in Portland, Oregon. He earned his BFA in 1998 from Point Loma Nazarene University. His primary medium of choice is oil. Nathan's work ranges from abstract to representational. He takes on a lot of commissioned projects, both abstract and representational. The spirit realm is his muse. Most of his work deals with the spirit realm whether it be representational or abstract in nature. Nathan works as a graphic designer. When not painting, he spends time with his 2 boys and dog exploring the beautiful Pacific Northwest.
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