The Plain of Sharon

My new project is to paint the seven places of spiritual abundance, (this is the first), and to pen a verse about each painting as I feel God has spoken to me. I love that this has been revealed to me!

In the Old Testament God made all of his blessing available to His people, so they in turn could bless the surrounding nations and all who saw how they lived would know there was a true and living God. There were seven places where the abundance of heaven flowed down to the earth. The seven spiritual places are still active in the spiritual realm. Prayer and confession can begin to release the spirit of abundance that inhabited these places into your life. ~ John Eckhardt.

THE PLAIN OF SHARON. 

(The first spiritual place of abundance.) 

The fruitfulness of the kingdom. 




Behold the Plain of Sharon!

A grazers heaven, 

Where the young frolic and leap

In pastures lush and deep. 

Blossoming flowers blossom alongside

Green herbage spread far and wide.    

Boundless fruit springs forth from rich soil - 

In this realm there is no toil. 

Blessings descend when God amends,  

In great measure and without end. 


~Caroline Street. 

And Sharon shall be a field of flocks, and the valley of Achor a place for the herds to lie down in, for my people that have sought me. Isaiah 65.10.


ยฉ Copyright Caroline Street Art/Poetry/Photography

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  1. I love the way some sheep look at the viewer, with a strong and wise gaze. I also appreciate the vivid colors, the greens, yellow, and blues. I love how the whites and grays mirror each other in the the sheep and clouds. The Plane of Sharon looks like a very peaceful place. You did an excellent job with connecting both your painting and poem. Some of my fav lines, “In this realm there is no toil. / Blessings descend when God amends, / In great measure and without end.” ๐Ÿ•Š๏ธ

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    1. Thank you very much! I found your comment inspiring. The lines you like are the crux of the poem and this grace is available to us today. Have a restful Sunday. ๐ŸŒณโ˜˜๏ธ๐ŸŒฟ๐ŸŒฑ๐Ÿ€

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